Four Moms- Food for Gift Giving

 

Homemade noodles would make A very frugal but quite delicious home-made gift of food. My step-grandmama used to make home-made egg noodles, and they were greatly valued by all her relations. All you need is flour, water, salt, possibly but not necessarily an egg and occasionally a small bit of oil- and time. You can find recipes all over the internet. Roll your dough thin, slice into strips, hang the strips over a broomhandle you’ve placed across the backs of two chairs to let them air dry, then package prettily in a nice jar or sealed tin.

Home-made crackers are also a frugal gift- you can add a cheese ball.

You can give a home-made certificate for a ______ of the month club membership- sandwich? Soup? Cookie? Bread? Thereafter, each month, make up a batch of whatever it was, and share with your recipient.

Home-made brownie mix in a jar is nice.

Share your own instant hot cocoa mix.

Pick up some pretty mugs at a thrift shop and share the chocolate cake in a mug recipe and ingredients.

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We four moms also wrote a book together, and you can buy the Four Moms parenting book, which you can get as a Kindle or as an e-book document:

Here’s where to get more information on how to buy our parenting ebook or become an affiliate, which is another way of making some extra income.

 

See my other Kindle books, too:

101 Answers to the Summertime, “Mom, I’m Bored” Blues; help your kids use their free time creatively and productively. Give them ideas that will help them use their time and energy to create, to learn, to grow- to contribute. This is not your average ‘keep the kids out of your hair’ book.

Required Poems for Reading and Memorizing (annotated); Charming collection of older poems that you and the kids just might love.

Ten Low-Carb Snacks and Quick Meals Okay, actually, there’s a little more than ten, and they aren’t merely low-carb, they are also sugar-free, grain-free, gluten free. NOT dairy-free.

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