Everyone loves candied pecans! This simple recipe first coats pecan halves in whipped egg white, then coated with cinnamon and sugar. Just bake them slowly until browned and crispy. Sweet, salty and crunchy!
Plus, we like to give consumable gifts and these candied cinnamon pecans make a very fast and easy gift idea too!
Do you need a fast, simple but inexpensive gift idea? No worries, I’m sharing a fun list here. Everything from a cute Santa sleigh made completely with candy to a fun way to present cash, and everything in between. Great yet fast & inexpensive for gifts for children, neighbors, co-workers, groups and more.
Need a last-minute gift idea? I love these cute snowman gifts that include candy and a new pair of gloves. I like to use one-size-fits-all gloves and a box of candy or larger candy bar. And it’s a fun way to present a cash gift too!
I’ve been very pleased at how easy and inexpensive it is to make our own jerky at home. We use a mixture of ground meat, seasonings and ‘cure’. You can use either ground beef or strips of steak to make jerky. But we decided to make wild-game jerky using venison and elk.
What if I told you that you could not only save money on gift wrap, but your wrapping chores could be done in mere seconds as well? It’s simple enough for children to do and the results are beautiful and eco friendly too.
Homemade gifts are special. But how do you come up with homemade Christmas gift ideas for gifts they’ll actually LOVE? I’m sharing various gifts we’ve made over the years that were very well received. Come see!
Is your mom environmentally aware? Does she love being gentle with this gorgeous earth we call home? Well you’re in luck, I’ve assembled a quick list of inexpensive gift ideas to spoil your crunchy, eco-friendly mom this year. Gifts mom will love – c’mon & see!
Wax-dipped pinecone fire starters make starting a fire easy. They look pretty in a basket and make great gifts too. These are for our own use, but they make wonderful, inexpensive and very functional gifts.