In my ultimate Christmas Gifts for Foodies guide, you will find lots of delicious & useful ideas! Homemade or shop-bought, there is something for everyone!
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If you have food obsessed person in your life or perhaps enjoy all foodie related things yourself, then this guide with Christmas Gifts for Foodies is for you!
I share both delicious and useful ideas for foodies in your life, some of which I tried and tested, have used in my kitchen for a while or they appear on my own Christmas list! Soo, let us begin!
1. Gift Sets & Kits
This delicious kit from Ross & Ross Gifts contains rapeseed oil infused with smoke, rosemary and garlic (perfect for your roasties) and selection of three jars with delicious seasoning blends (Fragrant Umami; Sweet, Smoky & Spicy; Tandoori).
My opinion: Gorgeous oil perfect not only for roasties but also great as a dip for your bread. Sprinkle your veggies with one of the seasoning blends before roasting and you’ll be delighted.
They do have a varied selection of lovely foodie gifts on their website whether you’re plant based or not, so definitely do check them out!
This beautifully looking maple syrup gift box contains 3 certified organic bottles of maple syrup (Extra Rare Amber Rich Taste; Great Harvest Dark Medium Taste; Late Harvest Dark Robust Taste).
My opinion: The best maple syrup I’ve ever tasted! It will transform your breakfast into a very special affair. Pour it over pancakes or porridge and enjoy!
Great little kit for those wanting to brew their own kombucha for that extra gut TLC. It has everything you need to get you started including kombucha live culture (Scooby). Definitely a gift that keeps on giving! You can purchase it via Indigo Herbs and if you’re into your health foods & natural, quality ingredients, you’ll love them.
My opinion: Simple kit with everything you need that takes you step by step through making kombucha. I love it!
Something for vegans in your life! Make vegan cheese like mozzarella, halloumi, cream cheese, mascarpone, ricotta and feta in the comfort of your own kitchen!
If you found yourself getting a new cookbook only to realise you don’t have the right ingredients to cook with then welcome to my world! This fantastic set takes care of that as it comes with a bundle of essential ingredients you’ll need! All in one bag! Now, all you need to do is decide which recipe to make first!
My opinion: Great value cookbook set and one of many over at Souschef.com website so check it out and you can do a bulk of your Christmas online food shopping there too!
I had loved Montezuma for their chocolates way before going plant based but love them even more since! Their selection of vegan chocolates and truffles is just the best there is, with this lovely Vegan Chocolate Gift Box being perfect example. They offer beautiful selection of different gift sets whether you’re vegan or not so do check them out!
Something for tea lover in you life. This selection of herbal teas from Pukka will make run-up to Christmas so much more enjoyable!
If you know somebody who is into food & photography this fab set will make an awesome gift!
Pop up reflector, 8 cards with food photography tips & 4 beautiful photographic backdrops (my favourite bit), all in a large canvas bag! This set will have the lucky recipient shoot photos of their brekkie, lunch and dinner before you know it!
2. Something for Coffee Lovers
If you enjoy your coffee and like to support independent businesses, give HCR a go!
They have most amazing variety of coffee blends in recyclable packaging but most of all their company’s ethics and relationship with suppliers is what really stands out.
Whether you’re after one off beans or ground coffee order or would like to sign up for one of their subscriptions, you’ll love them!
3. Beautiful Ceramics
I would like to give lovely Angela and her gorgeous handcrafted ceramics a shout-out here!
Former food blogger, turned potter, Angela creates beautiful but functional everyday kitchen pieces you will fall in love with!
Another small business to support this Christmas!
4. Useful gadgets
Every keen cook out there needs this funky digital probe thermometer in their kitchen drawer. Whether yo are into jam making, baking, chocolate tempering or roasting this little gadget will have your back. No more guessing game in the kitchen.
This would make a great set with Thermapen Classic above! I wouldn’t be without it in my kitchen considering how inaccurate most of oven thermostats are. Baker in your life will thank you!
Simple, reliable set of digital kitchen scales is a must in any kitchen especially if you bake a lot. Grams, ounces and even millilitres this scale has got you covered.
Great gadget allowing you to chop your veggies and utilise hidden trays serving, organising or scraps.
Fab as a serving board for nibbles too!
5. Favourite Foodie Cookbooks
My very favourite cook book of 2020. Uncomplicated, delicious and perfect if you’re just starting on your plant based journey!
Niki’s recipes are truly inspirational. Proper whole foods, plant based, comforting, seasonal and delicious! Real gem!
6. Pricey Gifts
You know I’ve been using Froothie Evolve for a while now and pretty much every day too!
If you are looking for a powerful blender this one really is it! It’s not cheap but there is usually a deal available on Froothie website and with my affiliate link you’ll get extra 2 years warranty too which will take you from already very generous 5 to 7 years!
If you’d like to find out more about Froothie Evolve, make sure to read my comprehensive review.
Despite my husband’s predictions that it will only gather dust, I’ve used this beast almost every single day for the past 3 years!
Whether it’s for steaming veggies, cooking beans or rice, at this point I simply cannot imagine life without it!
This compact food processor will make fantastic addition to your kitchen and do all the chopping and slicing for your.
I use the smallest bowl most often for hummus and other dips but also to chop the onion and other veg for stews and curries.
It’s a great kitchen workhorse, I can’t recommend it enough!
This one is for all of you bread and cake bakers!
Quality piece of kit that will do all the hard work for you!
I got mine for Christmas 2010 and despite frequent use it is still going strong so am hoping to get at least another 10 years (if not more) out of it!
This machine was our Christmas present to ourselves 2 years ago. When our old and super simple De’longhi gave up the ghost after years of service we decided to go for the “bean to cup” machine.
I can wholeheartedly recommend it. It’s an investment but as long as you look after it it will be the one that lasts and if you’re a bit of a coffee snob like us, you’ll love it!
This one is on my own list this year! As much as I love my smoothies, I’d like to start juicing for that extra boost of nutrients and have been eyeing this one out for a while now.
With cold press/slow juicers yelding more juice with more nutrients and less noise in comparison to common centrifugal juicers, I think it is the way to go!
7. Christmas Gifts For Foodies – Homemade goodies
What would my Christmas gifts for foodies guide be without some homemade goodies!
You really cannot beat homemade gifts. Cookies, chocolates, preserves the list goes on and on!
Check out some delicious recipes from myself and other food bloggers which will hopefully inspire you to get in the kitchen and start making lots of edible gifts for your family and friends!
Cookies & Biscuits Galore
Pies & Cakes
Disclosure: Some of the items included in my Christmas Gifts for Foodies guide have been gifted to me, however, I was not expected to provide a positive review and all opinions are my own.