Does your Christmas present list contain a gourmand or two? Is the answer is yes, this food-driven gift guide hopefully has something they’ll love. Whether you’re buying for a baking lover or a bbq lover, this roundup covers everything from stocking fillers to investment buys.
1 // Brass salad servers, £40
These beautiful Ferm Living brass salad servers will look perfect on any table.
2 // KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer, £404.10
The KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer is the ultimate kitchen gadget. It’s available in a variety of colours and comes with a whole host of accessories for whisking, beating and mixing. I recently won one in a facebook giveaway and I’ve been blown away by it! Despite the heavy price tag, it really is a must-have for all bakers and cooks and will get you some serious brownie points!
3 // Boxed heart shape vintage organic cheddar, £14.95
Christmas wouldn’t be christmas without cheese and this Godminster heart shaped cheese makes a perfect gift.
You can never have too many serving platters and this gorgeous Snowden Flood number will make a beautiful addition. Combining lots of London’s most notable buildings, it’s a work of art on a platter, but sticklers for detail beware, the buildings are drawn in a random order rather than their actual geographic location to each other!
5 // Personalised BBQ Tool Set, £44.95
This personalised barbecue tool set makes the perfect gift for those who enjoy cooking al fresco. Your choice of up to 26 characters can be engraved onto either the tongs, fork or spatula.
6 // Set of three herb pots, £12.95
These gorgeous Sophie Conran herb pots are a great gift for a cook or gardener and will instantly brighten up their kitchen.
7 // Montezuma Vegan Truffle Collection, £14.79
A beautiful box of organic truffles will always be a hit, and despite these being suitable for vegans (they contain no dairy ingredients), I’m pretty sure anyone would be happy receiving these beauties, whether they have dietary needs or not.
8 // Grow your own lemon tree plant kit, £9.95
The ideal present for those with a penchant for a G&T or two! All you need is a greenhouse or conservatory and this lemon tree kit contains all you need to grow your own lemons.
9 // Large ridged glass biscuit jar, £18
I adore these eye-catching, versatile jars. Not only do they look super pretty on kitchen worktops whilst keeping biscuits nice and fresh, they can also be used in bedrooms and bathrooms to store knick knacks or cotton wool.
10 // Kale sweater, £32
This Kale jumper is the ideal present for a real health goddess. They can show the world just how much they love that yummy green veggie!
11 // People who love to eat print, £6.73
This print will be gratefully received by all real foodies!
12 // Egg shovel and plant pot cup, £20
This is the perfect present for all ‘dippy egg and soldiers’ loving gardeners.
13 // Carving and Condiments set, £64.95
The perfect gift for anyone who loves to cook. Each set includes a carving knife, matching carving fork, meat spices, salt and pepper, black olive and rosemary ketchup, basil olive oil and a pure garlic paste.
14 // Bonne Maman Limited Edition Christmas Tin, £3.99
Who wouldn’t love a tin of Madeleines. These yummy, buttery French sponge cakes make an ideal snack or are often served at breakfast with a vat of coffee!
15 // Multi cooka, £69.99
This nifty machine looks like a slow-cooker but it’s so much more than that! It can slow cook, roast, stew, saute, steam and it has a stir function so you can easily make dishes such as risotto and porridge without slaving over the pan for ages. This is the perfect present for a time-strapped cook.
16 // Anorak kissing stags picnic blanket, £36
Anorak is one of my favourite brands and this kissing stags picnic blanket is not only pretty to look at (and sit on), it’s also incredibly practical. Waterproof backed, super lightweight and machine washable, this pretty picnic blanket rolls away into adjustable carry handles and is the perfect present for your picnic-loving buddy.
Do you have any other Christmas gift ideas for foodies you’d like to share?