I don’t mean to scare you, but it’s a week until Christmas! If you’ve left things a little until the last minute (like me) don’t worry, I’ve put together this list if you are buying for someone who is a little food obsessed. Or perhaps just send a link to this list if you want to drop a few hints for your own presents.
- Home made yoghurt kit. Get cultured with this make your own yoghurt kit. For the person who already makes their own jam go one step further and make some yoghurt. You can use it to make Greek yoghurt, non dairy yoghurt and even things like labneh $22.
- Hot chocolate pot. Worth buying as a gift just because of the cute shape and colour. The clever Scandi design lets you use the lid as a trivet on the table as well. Who wouldn’t love their own tiny hot chocolate pot for when Winter hits? $71.20.
- Blush and gold pretty tea cup. This is a tea cup fit for royalty but shhhh it’s as cheap as chips. I’ve got the platter from the same range and it’s just gorgeous. $9.95.
- The best ever non-stick pan. My expensive wedding present non-stick pan died this year and I replaced it with this brilliant one from Essential Ingredient. If you are looking to buy a practical present that will get used almost every day this is the one to get. $175
- Fixie pizza cutter. For the hipster in your life this pizza cutter shaped like a fixie is fun but also functional. Optional beard. $29.95
- Gold plated cutlery set. I’m loving all the gold and copper in homewares at the moment and this gold five piece cutlery set is oh so gorgeous. $49.
- Doggie food pins. How cute are these little pins which fellow blogger and food writer Sofia Levin is selling. I bought the sausage dog one and I think they’d make a super cute stocking filler. Plus $2 from every pin sold goes to a dog charity. $14.95.
- Dishes calendar. Everyone needs a calendar and even better if it contains some delicious recipes and dishy chefs. My only complaint is that all the chefs are male – would love to see some top female chefs featured as well. It’s all for a worthy cause with proceeds going to Restore One charity in Cambodia.
- A home made treat is always a winner – check out my recipes for gingerbread men and sticky caramel slice.
- What about buying a cook book? Here’s my list of my favourites for this year. Or for someone who already has a million cookbooks get an Eat Your Books subscription to help organise them.
- For more inspiration see my 2014 Christmas Gift Guide and 2013 Christmas Gift Guide.
This gift is compiled independently and I haven’t received payment for any of these listings. Some listings include review products I’ve received over the year but they’re only included them if I loved them.