The Chocolate Spoons are really super simple, but they make a cute addition to packages or gift baskets. I used some leftover melting chocolate and dipped some red spoons in it then sprinkled with crushed candy canes. These can be used to flavor coffee or hot chocolate, depending on the tastes of the recipient. The Fluffernutter Bars were a last minute invention when I needed to use leftover chocolate from an encore batch of Marshmallow Elf Pops. I spread some peanut butter and marshmallow fluff on seperate graham crackers, then put them together and dipped them in chocolate, then sprinkled with some festive jimmies.
When you are forcing someone to eat your candy, you should probably put it in attractive packaging. Every year I head to the dollar store in early November to stock up on baskets, treat bags, chenille stems (used to be called pipe cleaners) and any other inexpensive little festive boxes they might have. This year they had tiny Christmas boxes in the shape of chinese food takeout containers. We also make boxes out of scrabook paper. It would take too long for me to describe how to do this, but it is really easy, and here's a link: http://www.wikihow.com/Fold-a-Paper-Box.
One little tip though, cut a little strip off the paper on either side after step five for the bottom of the box so that it fits nicely inside the top nicely. I buy one of the big stacks of the scrapbook paper and it lasts us about 3 or 4 christmases. It makes a box about 4" square, and you can fit all kinds of goodies in there.
Arrange your homemade presents nicely in your dollar store basket or a bag and head off to distribute them. So far this year, we have given baskets to my work-study students, Rebecca's baton teachers, and at church, the Sunday school teacher, choir director, and pastor.