They are so simple to make. I've used this recipe several times during the past few years. I usually double it, add a teaspoon of vanilla extract and some brown sugar to the mix. That recipe is pretty fool-proof, so don't worry about changing it up.
These yummy nuts make great gifts - especially when you package them in thrift store candy jars that you bought for fifty cents. These jars are everywhere - don't act like you don't have any. But in case you don't, you can also use a vintage canister or an old marmalade crock or a red transferware sugar bowl.
For this gift, I just added some old fabric and a big glass Christmas tree light bulb (which can also act as a temporary wine cork).
On this one, I used the same fabric, but added a vintage Christmas matchbox (attach it by punching a whole in the bottom and threading some twine). Take out the matches, and use it as a gift tag - put a little secret note inside for the recipient.
Don't forget to tie an EpiPen to the bow for that allergic friend. Resistance is futile.
Read the whole list of fresh gifts.