Hiya everyone, today I’m sharing my last Gift Guide with one for foodies! I’ve tried to cover everyone in general with my gift guides, but for beauty and foodies I wanted to do specific gift guides, since this is a beauty and food website! This gift guide has lots of delicious edibles and some classic things for the kitchen.
I think food gifts are great for those people who have everything and you have no clue what to buy them, so let’s get into my picks!
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- The Bubble Sparkling Wine – £12.99 from Selfridges
How adorable is this bottle?! I love this concept, because you can save the bottle afterwards, but get to enjoy the wine inside. I think it’s the perfect gift for the wine lover in your life!
- Churros Making Gift Set – £15 from Debenhams
This is currently sold out, but here’s a set from Amazon that’s currently in stock. Keep an eye out at Debenhams though as these things go in and out of stock! I love homemade churros and I think this is a great, affordable gift set for someone who has everything! They get to have fun making churros and then at the end, eat warm, delicious churros with chocolate sauce!
- Buttermilk Luxury Fudge Selection – £8 from Debenhams
Fudge is one of my favourite things to make and eat, so I would love this gift! I think this particular selection is a great gift as it comes with three different types of fudge; caramel sea salt, vanilla and clotted cream.
- London Shortbread – £6.95 from Amazon
There are all kinds of shortbread selection boxes around Christmas; London buses, telephone boxes, santa tins, gingerbread house tins – go for your badge. Scottish Shortbread is a Christmas staple in our house and I know so many people who would love to receive a box/tin of shortbread, that’s why it’s on this list!
- BarCraft Cocktail Maker Set – £29.99 from Lakeland
The perfect gift for the person who adores cocktails! And this cocktail set is gorgeous to look at too, win win!
- Treats and Temptations Hat Box – £55 from John Lewis
This hamper is full of tempting treats! Truffles, shortbread, fudge, peanuts and more. I think hampers are great for people who have everything too as we all have to eat!
- Night Before Christmas Biscuit Tin – £10 from Debenhams
I adore this biscuit tin, it looks so festive and will make a great keepsake after you’ve eaten all the biscuits inside!
- Strawberry Gin Liqueur – £22 from Next
If I drank alcohol, I would definitely want to receive this as a gift as I love anything with strawberries! Gin is getting ever more popular and so are the flavour combinations, but I think strawberry is a safe bet for a Christmas gift!
- Caramel Milk Hot Chocolate – £10 from John Lewis
My husband is obsessed with hot chocolate right now, so I’ve got him some for his stocking. I love finding different hot chocolates than the bog standard flavour. Fudge, caramel, white chocolate, strawberry… you name it, I want to try it! I think this Caramel one sounds divine and comes in a nice tin!
- Christmas Pudding Oven Gloves – £8 from Next
Everyone needs oven gloves, so why not get cute festive ones?! I love the little Christmas pudding ones, but if you don’t want to get festive oven gloves, then use the drop down menu to select another design. There are loads and I think these oven gloves are a great price!
- Hotel Chocolate Christmas Chocolate Selection – £27.50 from John Lewis
There’s also a chocolate and fizz set here for the same price. These sets are great value for money and come with lots of different chocolate treats, so it’s perfect for anyone who is a chocoholic!
- Le Creuset Signature Cast Iron Round Casserole Pot – £129-£275 from John Lewis
The ultimate Christmas gift, a cast iron casserole pot from Le Creuset. This is the most expensive gift on this list, but it will last a lifetime. You can choose from 5 different sizes and numerous colours. This would be great for couples or that special someone who loves being in the kitchen!
And that finishes off my Christmas 2019 gift guides! I hope you’ve found some inspiration from these and that you have a wonderful Christmas!
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