The foodie gift guide

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If you’re anything like us, you hang around with other people who love food! We looked through one of our favourite shopping sites, Not on the Highstreet to put together this foodie gift guide:

For your tea-a-holic friend

Got a friend who is never without a cup of tea? Give them this cute, personalised cracker with your choice of tea bag and a joke or special message. Tea flavours to choose from include: Christmas cake, gingerbread chai and mulled cider. A perfect stocking filler or Secret Santa gift.

For your vegan friend

A fun and vegan-friendly gift, we love this assortment of vegan truffles. Covered in dark chocolate, flavours include: rose, preserved lemon fondant, lime and basil and orange blossom. What better way to celebrate Christmas?

For your sober friend

If you have a friend who’s not drinking this Christmas, we love the idea of Seedlip’s distilled non-alcoholic spirit. Making a great alternative to a gin and tonic, your friend can enjoy it with their favourite tonic, plenty of ice and slice of lemon.  

For your gluten-free friend

Ideal for that friend who loves adventurous baking and happens to be gluten-free, this cake selection box could tick all the boxes. It includes: lime drizzle with courgette, chocolate sponge with butternut squash, chocolate torte with aubergine, apricot and almond with carrot and chocolate brownie with spinach (can we order one for ourselves too?).

For your spice-loving friend

For that friend who always goes for the spice, give them the gift that keeps on giving! This three-month spice-lovers subscription delivers savoury and spicy sprinkles to be used on top of salads, soups stir-frys… pretty much anywhere! Perfect for those who love to explore new flavours.

For your DIY friend

Got that one friend who loves having a go themselves? There are plenty of ‘make your own’ kits available out there, but we like the look of this kimchi making kit. The sweet, spicy Korean pickle can be easily made in a week and is a great addition to Asian dishes.

Do you have anything food-related on your Christmas wish-list? Let us know on Facebook!

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Katherine

Written by Katherine

Kat is a Content Producer for Memiah and writer for Nutritionist Resource and Happiful magazine.
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