If you are done with your holiday shopping….SHHHHH! You are not my people. Well, you might be my people one day though today is not that day. Instead, I haven’t even started. If you haven’t either or if you are trying to buy something for that not so easy to buy for foodie, this post is for you. Check out these great gifts for foodies! Please note: The links below are affiliate links. If you buy through them, I will make a small percentage of the sale without it affecting the price you pay.
Great Gifts for Foodies
1000 Foods To Eat Before You Die – I love reading about foods that are considered iconic. I may or may not actually eat them, but I will definitely want to read about them.
Foodie Dice – Okay, I LOVE this idea. Use these dice to figure out what you are having for dinner. Over 186,000 meal combinations!
Personalized Wooden Spoons – How cute are these? I want them ALLLLLLL and your foodie friends will too. Don’t forget to order a few for yourself.
Cook’s Cuff Bracelet – It’s cute AND it’s functional. Never have to stop to look up a conversion again.
Fun & Flexible Cutting Mats – Plus you know they had me at the vintage trailer motif!
Hand Blended Popcorn Seasonings – Everyone loves popcorns and these hand blended seasonings make it even better. Plus they are packaged for giving!
Vintage Kitchen Decor – You need to know your foodie a bit better for this one but the payback could be HIGH. HometoHeather’s shop is FULL of great finds that foodies and vintage lovers alike will love.
Custom Salt and Pepper Mills – Pick two for a custom set. They can be alike or different…and who can’t use another awesome salt and pepper mill?
Deluxe DIY Cheese Kit, Make Mozzarella, Ricotta, Goat Cheese – I love this DIY cheese making kit. It offers a variety of cheeses you can make so it fits any taste.
Heat resistant gloves – Pot holders are so last year! Get these heat resistant gloves instead. You can protect your hands but still grip as well. Great for grilling!
Now I’m off to buy them ALL FOR MYSELF. Yeesh.
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