14 days of Blogmas: Foodie’s Gift Guide

Ever year I get asked the same question “what do you want for Christmas?” But the last few years my Christmas list has changed from clothing and perfume to cheese boards and flavoured salts.

So, if like my family, you’ve got a foodie in your life that you’re struggling to buy for, here are some of my favourite gift ideas for this festive season.

Cakes for all occasions

Bakerdays, from £14.99

Who doesn’t love cake? So why not gift it this year. Bakerdays provide ideal letterbox cakes which are perfect for a little present for someone or even to treat yourself! I’d recommend the chocolate cake, it’s divine and so smooth.

 

 

 

 

This A/W Devonshire Rose print is my favourite range this season.

Cath Kidston, from £8.50

But what is a foodie without it’s tools? And where else to look for beautiful kitchen-wear than Cath Kidston? They’re spring/summer preview is perfect for the pet lover with sausage dogs and cats in two bold colours. Or maybe you want something more traditional? They’re festive patterns combine red and green to create some beautiful items.

 

 

 

This hazelnut spread is one of my favourite treats

Nut Kitchen, £17.85 

As soon as I tasted their hazelnut spread I fell in love. It tastes and smells exactly like Kinder Bueno, which is my favourite chocolate. For the price you get a set of three spreads all 200g a jar. They’re ideal for adding something special to your bakes.

 

This chocolate almonds are milk free, but I dare you to tell the difference

Arapina hampers and chocolates, from £6.50

Whether you want to splash out on beautifully crafted hampers or get that little something special. Arapina are ideal, they produce healthy treats which taste amazing. I’d highly recommend their vegan chocolate almonds or medium luxury hamper. Either end of the scale financially but both as good as the other.

BBB is the perfect way to kick start your New Year diet

Breakfast by Bella, from £3.95 

If it’s that healthy foodie you’re shopping for then BBB’s granola maybe the way to go, they contain no added sugar or gluten and come in three flavours. They’re great to add to smoothies, salads or even soups.

 

 

Salted caramel hot chocolate with too many marshmallows is my favourite

Whittards, from £6

If you want to get them something a bit less edible but still as tasty, then Whittards hot chocolate is a great way to go. With so many wonderful flavours from their traditional chocolate to peanut butter and salted caramel (my favourite).

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