Free Printable Edible Gift Labels

December and the holidays make me happy. I love the festive decor, I love the spirit people are in, and I love to give. Truthfully I do. One thing I know for sure is that homemade gifts are always extra appreciated, and especially when it’s food (duh). Think about it: a gift of something special that you spent time making because you knew the recipient would love it. What is better than that?

Throughout the year I gift Nutella Jars, Granola (grandma), Apple Butter, Pancake Mix (mom), and so on. Everybody always goes nuts! The one thing that was missing all this time? Personalized labels.

I’m excited that this week for Healthy Food Friday with American Express I can bring you FREE printable labels that you can use on all of your edible gift giving this holiday season!
Free Printable Edible Gift Labels

Fill in your name, write in the ounces and there you have it! The perfect customizable gift.
Free Printable Edible Gift Labels


Labels: I use these!

A variety of mason jars or jars in general: I like these or these for smaller items, and varieties like these for larger ones.


Sea Salt Trail Mix Bark

Vanilla Maple Almond Sunbutter

Homemade Nutella


Gluten-Free Granola

Pancake Mix: 1/2 cup almond flour, 1/2 cup tapioca, 1 tsp baking powder, dash sea salt (the label has what they need)!



Free Printable Edible Gift LabelsFree Printable Edible Gift LabelsFree Printable Edible Gift Labels

I was selected by American Express to contribute to their Tumblr community. As such I was paid for my services, but all opinions in general and about American express are my own. 

What edible gifts will you be making this year?

December 5, 2014

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10 responses to “Free Printable Edible Gift Labels”

  1. These are so cute! Such a great idea for personalized and homemade gifts!

  2. Love these printables, thanks for sharing!

  3. I love these labels! I am totally planning to make homemade foodie gifts this year – so these are perfect 🙂

  4. These labels are adorable! Thank you for making them, I can’t wait to use them on my homemade gifts! 🙂

  5. Absolutely love these, Lexi – such a classy way to dress up homemade gifts!

  6. Judy says:

    you say that the label for the Pancake mix has what they need on it. but I can’t find it.

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