A Play on Words:
Mishloach Manot can either be sweet and simple, grand and generous, or
cute and clever. A play on words can be all three: here we have a big
bag of raisons sitting atop a large chocolate bar. As we know, on
Purim everything seems upside down. This is a case of “raisin-covered
Color Me Purim:
A book of colors and some Hebrew stickers makes a delightfully colorful
basket that will keeps the kids entertained, both those who make it and
those who receive it.
Purim by the Sea: A plastic beach pail with a nice bottle of wine, some biscotti and some flip flop candles. Very grown up!
Practically Pesach Purim Tray:
Your friends will love this practical mishloach manot. A new food tray
that can be saved to use on Pesach, filled with those items that sell
out before you can say Purim!
Texas Purim: Give a little heat in your mishloach manot because it is still a little chilly at Purim time. Tortillas,
taco filling (pareve style holds up well during delivery), hot chilis,
green peppers and tomatos, spicy salsa. This is a full family dinner
for the night after the seuda.