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10 Festive Packaging Ideas for Your Food Gifts

Baked, sealed, delivered! Your holiday goodies become that much better when they're gifted in these boxes, bags and more.

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Traditional autumn winter drinks and treats. Cup of hot chocolate with marshmallow and ginger biscuit stars, in gift box, old rustic wooden table. Person takes cookies from box, top view copy space; Shutterstock ID 694951078; Job (TFH, TOH, RD, BNB, CWM, CM): Taste of HomeRimma Bondarenko/shutterstock

The best gifts are baked gifts, especially during the cozy Christmas season. Make your made-with-love presents as pretty as the rest of ’em with these oh-so-merry boxes, bags and more.

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Paper Source Cellophane Bagsvia papersource.com

Cellophane Bags

Your cookies (we love these ones from Grandma!), candies and pastries deserve a package as gorgeous as they are, like this gold, dotted bag. Sold in a pack of 20, they’ll have you doling your delights out to all your loved ones.

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Christmas Treat & Cookie Gift Boxes (Set of 12) - For Gift Giving - For Treats, Containers & Tins, Pastry, Candy, Party Favors - Jumbo Vintage Kraftvia amazon.com

Cheery Window Boxes

Give folks a sneak peek at your delicacies (like homemade Christmas candy) with these decorative boxes. Thanks to the already adorable designs, they make gifting as easy as ever—just add your goodies and head out!

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loaf pan merry and brightvia bakerspartyshop.com

Loaf Pan Kit


Available in both paper and foil, these festive pans, complete with ribbons, labels and knives, are the whole package—quite literally. Psst! Did you know loaf pans aren’t only for breads? Check out all the possibilities.

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Berry Box With the Works

Hark back to warmer days with this whimsical berry basket, stuffed with your cozy confections, of course. Simply add a cute sticker and your favorite colorful wool yarn for a full-on farm-style gift.

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Oh-So-Jolly Weck Jars

An unassuming jar can be transformed into a Christmas-gift magic with a few festive touches, like customizable chalkboard labels, easy-to-use elastic ribbons and endearing reindeer tags.

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25 Individual White or Kraft Pie Boxes With Windows With 25 Wooden Forks / 6 3/8" x 4 1/4" x 2 1/2", pie boxesetsy.com/ButtercupSupply

Individual Pie Slice Packages

Need to feed (and wow) a crowd? Look no further than these convenient individual pie boxes. Thankfully, they come with wooden forks because, let’s be honest, folks will want to dig right in. (Be sure not to make these mistakes when baking up your beauties!)

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Paper Source Kraft Boxes

Home-baked goodness meets elegance with this elevated box. The scalloped edges and shimmery dots make for a presentation to remember. (Click here for other equally pretty packaging ideas.)

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Leveled-Up Disposable Loaf Pan

A little cellophane, some striped ribbon and a sentimental label can dress up even a paper loaf pan, especially if it’s as cute as this seasonal one. Fill it with breads, yes, but also cookies, muffins, brittles, etc.

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PieBox

Think outside the typical box with this sleek yet rustic wooden one. It might not scream “happy holidays” on the outside, but your delicious pumpkin, cranberry and eggnog pies on the inside sure will. (Find other Christmasy pies here.)

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Foil Pan, Plus Pizzazz

You can’t help but smile at this presentation, comprised of a colorful foil pan, old St. Nick label and a fluffy ball of fun. In fact, it’s almost as good as the treats tucked away inside…almost.

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Annamarie Higley
Annamarie Higley is an Associate Print Editor for Taste of Home magazine, as well as the brand's special issue publications. A midwestern transplant originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, she enjoys hiking, trivia-ing, and—you guessed it!—all things cooking and baking.

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