I’m back with the final post in the Reindeer Recipes holiday blog hop. A big thank you and hug goes out to Heather of Totally Tailgates for creating such a fun blog hop.
I hope you’ve enjoy the fabulous recipes, cocktail inspiration and beautiful holiday tablescapes as much as I have. Be sure to stop by and visit my fellow bloggers to see what fabulous inspiration they are sharing today–you’re going to love it! (links at the end of the post). If you’re coming over from Positively Southern, welcome. Isn’t Tamyra’s New Years tablescape just beautiful?
I mentioned in my first Reindeer Recipes post that unlike many of the other bloggers in the blog hop, I am not a cook. In fact, I can think of about 5,ooo other things I’d rather do than cook. So the cocktail recipe and the mini cheese boards I shared in previous posts have something in common with today post. They are all quick, easy holiday ideas that don’t involve cooking 🙂
If you’re in need of a last minute holiday gift, I’ve got a gift that anyone will love–Holiday Spiced Tea. Not only is this a super easy to make but it is sure to bring back lots of childhood memories at Christmas time.
p.s. depending on the gift recipient, you could also add a small bottle of Rum to make it a Holiday Spice & Spiked Tea!
Once you’ve made a batch of spiced tea, place it in an air tight jar and add a holiday tag to the front of the jar.
Don’t forget to pick up a pretty tea-cup to go along with your spiced tea gift and wrap it all up in a pretty box.
tip: Spiced Tea makes a great gift for teacher’s, co-workers and all your blog friends.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope today’s post helps you check one more thing off your holiday gift list.
The next stop on the Reindeer train is M. Jones Style. What a fun and easy recipe Marsha created.
Now it’s time to head over to see what the other Reindeer Recipe bloggers have to share…
Tamyra @ Positively Southern
Marsha @ M. Jones Style
Gwynn @Swirls Of Flavor
Lisa @Clutter Cafe
Brittany @Brittany’s Pantry
Heather @Totally Tailgates