Hiya guys! Today it’s time for my Holiday Gift Guide for Foodies! Since, this is a beauty and food blog, I always do specialised beauty and food gift guides.
I have everything from edible gifts to cookware, bakeware, gadgets and more! You are bound to find something for the foodie in your life in this gift guide, I’ve had such fun putting these guides together, but this is the penultimate one! It’s been a tonne of work, but we are nearly there. Tomorrow I’ll be sharing a bonus Gift Guide for the home.
As you know, we moved recently, so I’ve been super into looking for stuff for the home. This made me think that a gift guide for the home would be good too. I have found some STUNNING gift ideas, so be sure to check back tomorrow!
Without further ado, let’s get into my Holiday Gift Guide for Foodies!
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- Personalised Yorkshire Pudding Tin – £36 from Sophia Victoria Joy on Not on the High Street.
I just love this idea for a gift! I’m the Yorkshire pudding maker in our house and this would be such a great gift for someone who loves making roasts and Yorkshires! This is simple in design, but chic and a thoughtful gift.
- Charbonnel et Walker Billionaire Shortbread Truffles – £14.50 from Harvey Nichols.
These truffles look and sound DIVINE! I love a good box of truffles and these are indulgent and perfect for Christmas. I’ve tried Charbonnel et Walker chocolate before and it’s delicious. If there’s a chocolate lover in your life, then these would be just the gift!
- Melamine Cake Stands – from £20.95 from Berylune on Not on the High Street.
These cake stands are gorgeous! I love melamine because they look like they’re ceramic, but they’re much more sturdy and less likely to break. Or is that just me who is clumsy haha!? You can pick from a wide range of colours and sizes. These would look so gorgeous on your counter topped with a Christmas cake or cookies!
- Personalised Baking Journal – £29.95 from letteroom on Etsy.
As soon as I saw this recipe book, I knew it had to make it into my Holiday Gift Guide for Foodies! I have so many notebooks filled with recipes I’ve written over the years and I would love to receive a personalised journal like this. The pages are laid out well, it looks cute. Such a good gift!
- Sophie Conran Mistletoe Heart Baking Dish – £43 from John Lewis.
This baking dish is gorgeous! I love the simple design, but the fact it’s quietly festive with some mistletoe on the base. It’s not the cheapest baking dish, but I have seen much more expensive ones that aren’t as cute as this!
- Coffee Subscription – around £9 per week from Ozone Coffee.
Do you have someone who is obsessed with good coffee in your life? I know I do! If so, a subscription to Ozone could be the perfect gift. It’s also a great gift for the person who likes coffee, but has everything else! You can get Espresso, filter, decaf, different blends. You can also just buy coffee blends from them without a subscription. Either way, I think it’s a great gift idea!
- Pork Crackling Jar Bundle – £21.95 from Snaffling Pig on Not on the High Street.
My husband adores pork scratchings and loves trying new flavours. With this bundle you can pick from sweet and salty or spicy. It’s a great way to try different flavours, so you can see if you find a new favourite!
- Kilner Coffee Grinder – £32 from Harts of Stur.
This is a genius bit of kit that looks super traditional and great in your kitchen! It’s a coffee bean grinder, but you grind and it goes directly into a storage jar; brilliant! I know you can get electric grinders, but this is more fun haha!
- Stag and Mistletoe Oven Glove – £20 from Thornback and Peel.
I love a good oven mitt and this one is gorgeous!! I adore the print and think that the stags and mistletoe look amazing together! This would make a great gift for someone who loves cooking, however, it isn’t too pricey!
- Make Your Own Gin Kit – £29.50 from Kitchen Provisions on Not on the High Street.
For the gin lover in your life, how about this kit to make your own gin? It contains enough to make three different flavoured bottles of gin; from spicy to floral. I think it’s great value and is a unique gift for the person who has everything, but loves their gin!
- Personalised Wooden Recipe Box – £40 from Clouds and Currents on Not on the High Street.
I just love this recipe box! It’s something you could have for a lifetime and pass down through generations. It allows you to separate starters, mains, dessert etc. and looks beautifully made. You can add recipe cards for an extra cost, but you could buy them separately or make your own on Photoshop!
- The Original Collection Fudge Box – from £11 via SweetBoxStore on Etsy.
Who doesn’t love fudge? This selection box comes with 16 pieces of fudge, all of them being different flavours. There’s After Eight Mint, Jaffa Cake, Banoffee Pie. They sound and look incredible!
- Personalised Christmas Biscuit Gift Box – £35 from Thebakeonomist on Etsy.
How stunning are these biscuits?! Almost too gorgeous to eat, but they would still disappear in this house! They are decorated to perfection and I would love to receive these for Christmas. You’ll need to be quick ordering to ensure they get to you for Christmas, but boy what a gorgeous gift!
- Pimp Your Prosecco Non Alcoholic Gift Set – £19.50 from Oliver Bonas.
Know someone who loves Prosecco? Then this Pimp your Prosecco kit is perfect! It includes rose gold drink shimmer, strawberry bubbles and white peach and raspberry shimmer syrup. They all sound so lovely!
- I Bloody Love Baking Board £29.99 from Dust and Things on Not on the High Street.
How fun is this board? I love it and it would be perfect for the baker in your life! It can be used to chop ingredients or as a cake stand. You can also pick between wood and slate.
- Three Month Friday Night Curry Subscription – £26 from The Spicery on Not on the High Street.
We love a good curry in my house, so this subscription is such a fabulous idea to get you trying different curries! I also don’t think it’s very expensive considering you could easily spend more than £26 on one takeaway. You can choose from 7 different boxes and the curries come from all over the world. This would be great for keen cooks.
And there we have it, my Holiday Gift Guide for Foodies! I’ve tried to get a real selection of products, so I hope this was helpful! Come back tomorrow for my last Holiday Gift Guide – for the home!