QUOTE (*Lib* @ 16/12/2012, 10:08 PM)
Shortbread is always a winner...but honestly, if I hadnt seen your kitchen....I probably wouldnt eat them....I can't eat stuff made in strangers kitchens.
If it was something I couldnt eat, I'd serve it to guests over christmas.
ROFL I'm the same and I bake a lot !!! I make cookies, cup cakes and cake pops for a lot of people but I couldn't ever buy off a stall or even eat stuff I don't know who made. I also let people know I use latex gloves when rolling and smooshing up my cake pops because I think it's more hygienic.
OP just make your speciality, it will be warmly received even if the person can't eat it I'm sure. I cater for gluten free for an adult but I wouldn't cater for a child unless that person asks me (and I've been asked from a parent of a child with T1 diabetes and celiac disease).