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Christmas Gift Guide for Foodies

16/12/2014
christmas gift guide for foodies

foodie gift guides

1. Stamp Cookie Cutter, £4.95 – The Little Picture Company at notonthehighstreet
2. Personalised Baking Stamp, £15.50 – This is Pretty at notonthehighstreet
3. ‘Home is where the gin is’ print, £18 – Lovely Cuppa at notonthehighstreet
4. Mushroom Mug, £10 – Topshop
5. Fox Salt and Pepper Shakers, £22 – Urban Outfitters
6. Bialetti Mukka Express 1-Cup Cappuccino Maker, £65 – Urban Outfitters
7. Indulgent Family Hamper, £100 £50BHS
8. Swan Retro Stand Mixer, £179.99 – Robert Dyas
9. Mix Master Cocktail Shaker, £15 – Topshop
10. Ice Cream Scoop, £15 – Urban Outfitters

Gifts for Bakers:

We all have that one friend who spends every available minute baking up a storm in the kitchen. I saw these stamp cookie cutters (1) and personalised baking stamps (2) and was immediately racking my mind for someone I could buy these for – they’d make amazing little gifts or stocking fillers for the baker in your life. Or if you’re looking for  something a little special, then this Swan Retro Stand Mixer (8) is so dreamy – I think I know a baker or three (myself included) who’d love to see this one under the tree come Christmas Day!

Kitsch Kitchen Stocking Fillers:

The ‘kitsch’ is all the rage at the moment, and I’ve seen so many cute kitcheny bits and pieces that your kitsch-loving friends would adore. I loved these Fox Salt and Pepper Shakers (5) as soon as I saw them, and can completely imagine these in the homes of some of my friends. They’re possibly a little pricey for what they are, but as something a bit different, I think they’re worth it. Something that would look great alongside the Foxes is these Mushroom Mugs (4) from Topshop – I saw these a few weeks ago and thought they were so cute – they also come in a really lovely range of colours. A great little stocking filler. Finally, I loved this Ice-cream Scooper (10), in the shape of an Ice-cream of course! I thought this was really different and a lovely little addition to any kitchen.

Gifts for Drinks-Lovers:

Do you have a friend who loves a drink or two? I know I do! So when I saw this Gin Print (3), I immediately thought of several of my friends for whom this would suit perfectly! I love the vintage style print too. Something I’ve grown to love even more as I’ve grown up is nights in with the girls, and some cocktails – I actually think I prefer a night in with cocktails to going out! This Cocktail Shaker (9) is perfect for those occasions, and a great gift for the hostess in your group of friends – it also gives you an excuse for a cocktail night with your girls!

Looking for gifts for your favourite coffee-addict? This Cow-print Cappuccino Maker (6) is super cute, and a great gifts that will let your coffee-fan create their own coffee masterpieces at home!

Gifts for families:

Buying gifts for families can be really tricky – and can end up pretty expensive if you buy for each person individually! I personally love buying larger gifts that families can share – it’s easier and means that there will usually be something that everyone will love. Hampers are a grat way to do this, and also gives those loved ones some extra treats for over the festive period! BHS do some really good hampers, and at the moment they have some great offers on – this indulgent hamper (7) is only £50 from £100, which I think is such a good deal!

I hope you’ve liked my picks! What gifts have you found for the foodie in your life?

Leah x

Journalism Graduate, Fashion/Lifestyle Blogger and Crafting Enthusiast. Bristol, UK.

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