10 December, 2013
Top 5 Foodie GiftsComments : 9 Posted in : Food, Health on by : Reema Tags: biscuits, chocolate, curry, food, foodie, gifts, healthy, juicer
I braved the crowds at Harrods over the weekend and oh my goodness, what a nightmare!! There are way too many people out and about this time of year and I left Knightsbridge feeling extremely thankful for online shopping. 😉
My Top 5 Beauty Gifts blog last week was popular and I hope you all found it useful. Today, I am sharing some delicious foodie gift ideas. As you can imagine, it was quite a challenge to stick to a list of five as there are some fabulous options out there. I could have easily gone on and on and on…
Here are some of my favourites!
1. Belkin Chef Stand & Wand – £29.99
Who needs a conventional cookbook stand when you can go paperless? I came across the Belkin chef stand and think it would make such a cool and practical gift for anyone who enjoys cooking. Just secure your iPad in and use the stylish magnetic wand to follow recipes preventing messy fingerprints all over your precious screen. Love it!
Available at Apple, Belkin & Amazon
2. ‘Friday Night Curry’ Gift Subscription – £19.95 to £79.95
The ‘Friday Night Curry’ monthly spice box curated by The Spicery delivers spices and recipe cards needed to make a curry dinner for 4. The gift subscription is perfect for all the curry lovers and amateur cooks in your life. The ‘Friday Night Curry’ Gift Subscription is available for 3 months (£19.95), 6 months (£39.95) or a full year (£79.95). Also includes option for Vegetarian curries. What a brilliant idea!
Available at www.thespicery.com
3. Hotel Chocolat Beauty Box – £52
Who wouldn’t love a ‘beauty box’ filled with delicious chocolate for Christmas? Sadly, the chocolate runs out but the elegant box lives on to store all your beauty essentials. This is a perfect gift for the chocoholic beauty in your life!
Available at Hotel Chocolat
4. The East India Company Christmas Hampers – from £20-£200
The East India Company offer a range of specialty teas, coffees, chocolates and specialty foods inspired by travel, adventure and culture. I recently tried the delicious Cherry, Chocolate Chip and Chilli biscuits and there are so many other unique flavours to choose from. Their Christmas hampers will suit a variety of budgets from £20 to £200. All gorgeously packed and presented. Highly recommend them for Christmas gifts!
Available at www.eicfinefoods.com
The NutriBullet is not a juicer: It is a superfood nutrition extractor. Hmmm….they had me at superfood. The NutriBullet is compact, easy to manage and a healthier alternative to a juicer as it retains all the fiber and other nutrients that would otherwise be lost. This would make a fantastic gift for the healthy (or wannabe) superfoodie in your life. Definitely on my wish list for Christmas!
Available at Selfridges & Amazon.
Hope this gives you some fun, foodie gifting ideas and saves you the stress of dealing with manic Christmas shoppers!
Which one of these would you like for Christmas? Tell me!