Wednesday, 10 December 2014

Christmas gift guide for foodies!

1. Not on the Highstreet - Personalised Serving Board £45: I'm a huge fan of Not on the Highstreet so I'm not surprised that one of their items has ended up on my Foodie Christmas Gift Guide. Growing up my parents would always have people over for dinner and our favourite course would be the cheese board. This would make such a great gift for any cheese lovers, plus at just £45 I think this is a really great personalised gift.

2. Hotel Chocolat - Rather Large Christmas Cracker £36: What more can I say other than.. it's a huge cracker filled with LOADS of chocolate...seriously. this is amazing! I absolutely love Hotel Chocolat so this would be the ideal gift for all those chocolate lovers out there. Alternatively you could always get this as a statement decoration for your Christmas table and then tuck into it for dessert!

3. Jamie's Comfort Food £9.99: Dan and I have so many Jamie Oliver books and when I heard he was releasing yet another one I just knew it would have to go onto my gift guide. If you want proper home made cooking then this man's books are for you!

4. Whittards - The Chocolate Indulgence Hamper £15: I was pottering around the Whittards website the other day and I spotted this lovely hot chocolate set that I just had to share with you. Dan is a massive hot chocolate fan so this would be great for him and at just £15 I think this would make a gorgeous gift without breaking the bank.

5. Le Creuset - 3 Petite Casseroles £48:  Now let's just take a moment to acknowledge how freaking cute these Le Creuset dishes are!!! Dan and I were very kindly given two Le Creuset saucepans a couple of years ago and I absolutely love them. Although they are a little pricey I think Le Creuset are well worth the money as the quality is fantastic.

6. Lakeland - Brie Baker Gift Set £19.99: There is nothing better on a cold winter evening than a bread board with a brie or camembert baked to go with it. Yet again another great gift for a foodie lover at a really reasonable price.

7. Next - Fondue for Two £16: You all know I love a good fondue. Mine and Dan's favourite dessert is a bowl of melted chocolate and loads of different fruits, biscuits and marshmellows so this would be a fun gift for a couple.

8. Not on the Highstreet - Nine Ct Blood Orange Vodka Liqeur Shimmer £22.95: I do love vodka so this immediately jumped off the page to me when I was looking at the Not on the Highstreet website. There are so many other different festive vodkas and drinks that you can buy. I remember last year M&S also did a vodka that had gold flakes in it!

9. Bettys Tea Room Gift Selection £40: Every year I drool over the Bettys Tea Room Hampers. Just look at them. These are so traditional and would make the perfect gift for anyone.

Did you know I am currently running a Christmas Giveaway. Head over here to enter! 

1 comment

  1. Oh wow! Everything looks and sounds so good! The Chocolate Indulgence Hamper looks fantastic! Such a great price too x


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