The Foodie Christmas Gift Guide 2015

Christmas is coming, the goose is getting fat…it’s time to get the Christmas shopping done and that is that!

With Christmas only a matter of days away online shopping is only viable if you’re choosing with express delivery or click and collect, but don’t fear nearly all of these ideas can be bought in store too! 

I’ve divided this post into a few sections, you can jump to a particular one using the links below or just have a good scroll and absorb all the inspiration.

Stocking Fillers
Recipe Books
Bakeware & Cookware
Food Subscriptions

Stocking fillers

Cute cupcake cases and exciting decorations are a great inexpensive option, and best of all they’re stocked in most supermarkets so they’re really easy to get your hands on. 

cake decorations

Popping Candy £3.05 from Waitrose

Bronze Crunch £2.05 from Waitrose

Cupcake Cases £6 from Cath Kidston (out of stock online, but available in stores)

Dr Oetker Zebra Chocolate Triangles £1.99 from Waitrose

Dr Oetker Shimmer Spray £3 from Tesco

Mason jar glasses have been everywhere this year and this set is such a nice gift option for £10.99 from John Lewis.

kilner set

Measuring cups may sound like a bit of a dull gift but trust me, they’re a kitchen necessity and a perfect stocking filler! Try this £14 set from John Lewis.

 measuring cups

Recipe Books

I feel like a recipe book is a Christmas classic that should never be overlooked! Opt for the latest books by their favourite chefs like Nigella (£9) or Jamie (£11.99)

simply nigella   jamie

or get them a book from one of their favourite eateries such as Wagamama (£11.19), Leon (£6.99), Itsu (£4.99) or The Hummingbird Bakery (£7).

wagamama

leon

itsu

hummingbird

Or help them kickstart their January detox with a little help from Deliciously Ella (£9) and Hemsley Hemsley (£12.49).

ella

hemsley

Bakeware & Cookware

Quite a practical gift but something that is guaranteed to be used and appreciated! I’ve personally asked for quite a lot this year – does it mean i’m getting older? Yes, but I realised that a while back when I actually hoped for socks as a Christmas present.

Silverwood Multisize Foldaway Cake Pan £29.99 – perfect for someone with limited kitchen storage space, this cake pan can be used for creations of all sizes.

foldaway pan

Camembert Baker £29 – first things first, yes I know this is not an essential item in anyones kitchen, but if you’re buying for a cheese lover you know this is going to be a well used gift! Upgrade the indulgence factor buy getting one from a top brand such as Le Creuset.

camenbert

 Spiralizer £24.77 – the gadget you just couldn’t get away from in 2015! The perfect gift for a healthy foodie.

spiralizer

Food subscriptions

The gift that keeps on giving! Nowadays you can get a subscription box of nearly anything, so find one that suits your foodies tastes and treat them to gifts all through the year! Here are 3 unusual ones i’ve found…

Cure and Simple – a bacon subscription box, yeah you read that right! Choose weekly, fortnightly or monthly from £5.95

cure and simple

Borough Market – a selection of handpicked delights from Borough Market delivered to you from £34.99boroughHot Sauce Club – for those who like it hot try this subscription box from £15hot sauce club

I hope this post has been helpful – best of luck with your shopping and Merry Christmas!

Zoe x