An impressive cookie box made up of delicious vegan biscuits, cookies and sweets: Gingerbread Biscuits, White Chocolate Macadamia and Cranberry Snickerdoodles, Chocolate Pecan Biscotti and Festive Chocolate Bark.
This year, I wanted to take my love for cookies to the next level and make a cookie box. It was a lot easier said than done. The actual cookie making, and baking was the relatively easy part of this process compared to the physical cookie box. I had seen so many pretty cookie boxes online with neat wooden sections in rustic old frames… but I didn’t have anything like that at home. So, instead of buying one I thought I would try it DIY-style and make my own. Through trial and error (and “help” from my eager kitten) I created my own cookie box from a lid box and a few other bits lying around.
Here’s what you need for the Homemade Vegan Cookie Box:
The cookies that I shared in my cookie are all available online and I have the latest Festive Chocolate Bark recipe below. You can fill the Homemade Vegan Cookie Box with any cookies/biscuits/sweets you like but these are some of my festive favourites:
The Homemade Vegan Festive Chocolate Bark is a really simple 10-minute and 4-ingredient recipe, but it is a really delicious one. You can make this with children, too, as it’s really fun to decorate the bark before letting it set. All you need is:
That’s all there is to this Homemade Vegan Cookie Box and Festive Chocolate Bark. It makes a really impressive centrepiece to bring out to friends and family with a cup of tea or coffee. There are no strict rules about what you can put inside your cookie box, but these are firm favourites in my household!
If you are looking for more vegan festive inspiration, how about my:
Rich and chocolatey bark made with only a few ingredients: dairy-free chocolate, peanut butter, mixed dried fruits and nuts and extra toppings like pretzels and festive sprinkles. An easy, fun and delicious snack.
Let me know what you think of this Homemade Vegan Cookie Box and Festive Chocolate Bark and how you fill your cookie box in the comments below. Tag me in your bakes, too, I love seeing them – I’m @nourishing.amy on Instagram and use the hashtag #nourishingamy. I’m also on Twitter, Facebook and Pinterest – please say hello!
With homemade cookie box love x