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If you are anything like me you are already starting your Christmas shopping now. If not I’m sure you will be thinking about what to buy everyone. I am a HUGE foodie so this festive season has to be one of my favourites. I love overindulging in naughty foods and working it all off again in the New Year. If you know a food and drink fan my foodie gift guide for Christmas is the perfect post for you.
Elizabeth D Bakes gluten free stollen bars are a great festive present for any foodies. As they are gluten free they are perfect for anyone with coeliac disease too. They are available individually or in a gift box. If you have coeliac disease or follow a gluten free diet make sure you check out A Balanced Belly.
This afternoon Christmas tea hamper from Booths is an amazing idea for any foodies. I would love to spend my boxing day having an afternoon tea with Ellie or a friend.
I am loving Sous Chef at the moment for luxury Christmas foodie goodies at the moment. This Flamigni Milano pannetone is a great gift or a fab party piece. This is still in its wrapper in my kitchen at the moment and still smells AH-mazing! I’m not sure it will last until Christmas.
Do you know a foodie who will be trying to get in shape or eat healthier in the New Year? Juicers by Panasonic are an excellent gift.
If you have a friend or family member who loves to cook a Simply Cook subscription is a great idea. They get the ingredients and recipe for 4 meals in a box. If you order through my referral code HC6282 you can get a box for just £1. So it is a great budget stocking filler.
The Spice Kitchen UK is the perfect stop for alternative foodie gifts. They have mulled wine spices (yum!), cookery books, spices, teas, pottery and gifts.
Do you know a foodie who also loves the outdoors? The Wonderbag is definitely for them. It keeps food hot all day, like a slow cooker with no electricity.
A jar of Lakrids salt caramel chocolate liquorice or ginger snowball liquorice makes a great foodie stocking filler. Both liquorices taste divine. I will definitely be restocking before Christmas.
A subscription for Degustabox has to be on my foodie gift guide. A big surprise box of food and drink every month is a perfect gift for anyone.
Ross and Ross food have some amazing hampers that are just perfect for any foodies. This is the Christmas roast dinner box which has oil and rubs especially for Christmas dinner. It can also be used for any special Sunday dinner too. They also have lots of other fantastic boxes and hampers for any occasion. I can’t wait to try the Ultimate bacon sandwich hamper next.
A Twinnings Tea and Treats gift box would be a lovely present for any tea fans. It includes a mug, teas and biscuits all inside a gorgeously festive box.
If you are looking for other festive posts you can read my stationery lovers gift guide here. If you are thinking of getting yourself an advent calendar soon check out my alternative advent calendars here.
What do you think of the items on my foodie gift guide for Christmas? Is there anything you would buy as a present or yourself?
*Some items have been sent to me for inclusion in this gift guide. This has not influenced my decision to include them and I only include products I recommend.