These Christmas gifts a foodie will love are perfect for the person who loves food. They are ideal for special treats to nibble on over the Christmas.
Do you have a foodie in your life? Someone who loves cooking and trying out new food products? Maybe you just like to try different food products over Christmas. I always have plates of nibbles out on Christmas day and Christmas Eve. It makes the day feel more special. I have put together a list of Christmas gifts a foodie will love so you can spoil that special person in your life.
Don’t forget you can also read my gift guides for Christmas gifts she will love, Christmas gifts he will love and Christmas gifts for the dog in your life to get other ideas for things to buy this Christmas.
Christmas gifts a foodie will love
Jujube Fruits and hickory nuts
If you are looking for a unique snack this Christmas jujube fruits and hickory nuts could be just the thing. Jujube fruit is a red coloured berry which comes from the buckthorn family. It is often known as the red date. While it is new to the UK people in the Far East have been using it for thousands of years to promote health and well being. It tastes very similar to a date and is quite delicious. They are available as whole fruit, stuffed with almonds, walnuts or cashew or sliced into crisps.
Hickory nuts come from the hickory tree which is found in North America and South-East Asia. They have a lovely rich taste which is similar to butterscotch. They also won the Great Taste Award. As well as being tasty they are a good source of manganese. This helps form connective tissues, maintains strong bones and helps protect cells from antioxidants.
These products are available in gift jars (£12.99) from www.abakusfoods.com. You can also buy the smaller packs at Ocado, Grape Tree, Wholefoods and Revital.
No Christmas would be complete without chocolate. Cadbury’s have a range of chocolates that make great stocking fillers. What Christmas stocking would be complete without a selection box? The Cadbury Medium selection box has a great mix of favourites including the Cadbury Double Decker, Crunchie and Dairy Milk Buttons (RRP £2.99)
Some of the treats include Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Jolly Santa’s which come in packs of five. Each Santa has his own special look with seven different looks in all. (RRP £2.99) A tube of Cadbury Dairy Milk buttons would also be a welcome gift (RRP £1.42). Cadbury Snow Bites are incredibly addictive and a bag of these is always welcome. The milk chocolate balls encased in crisp sugar shells would also look brilliant decorating a Christmas cake. (RRP £1.15)
Don’t forget to add the chocolate decorations on the Christmas tree. A packet of Cadbury Dairy Milk Tree Decorations is RRP £2.13. They might not last until Christmas though.
Shortbread and mince pies from Walkers
Christmas is a time for sweet treats. There is nothing nicer than sitting down with a cup of tea, a slice of Christmas case and a selection of biscuits. One of the biscuits I always love at Christmas is shortbread. This year Walkers have come up with a range of festive shortbread treats and mince pies that are perfect for the season.
These are delicious all butter pastry tarts with a filling of sultanas, cherries, almonds, citrus fruit and a little mixed spice. They are made from a traditional Scottish recipe and the name comes from the town of Ecclefechan. This is in the Scottish borders. They are a lovely variation on mince pies which are sure to delight. (RRO £2.80)
Shortbread Christmas Trees
What could be nicer than shortbread Christmas trees? Choose between a red and white Christmas tree tin (£9.35) or mini shortbread Christmas tress (£2.65) which come in a lovely green box. Both would make a lovely festive gift.
Wobbly Rockin Robin Tin
This Rockin Robin tin actually rocks. It is a gift that would put a smile on the receivers face. The tin contains pure butter Walkers shortbread mini stars which are perfect with a cup of tea. RRP £8.40
Walkers luxury orange royals shortbread
What could be nicer than a chocolate biscuits? How about a chocolate coated orange shortbread biscuit? Walkers luxury orange royals shortbread make the ideal gift for a Christmas party host. RRP £3.30
The full Walkers Shortbread festive range is available to buy online at www.walkersshortbread.com
Do you know someone who is always cooking in a slow cooker? They may well love a wonderbag. This is a revolutionary new method of slow cooking food without using fuel. All you do is heat your food up to a boil then place the covered dish into the wonderbag. It will continue cooking the food and keeping it warm for up to twelve hours. It is a great way to save energy.
The wonderbag is lightweight and portable so it would be perfect for taking camping or on other outdoor adventures. It is also very good at keeping drinks cool. I think any foodie would love to try one of these.
Wonderbag is available on http://www.wonderbagworld.com/ RRP £35
Jelly Bean Factory Jelly Beans
The Jelly Bean Factory make scrumptious jelly beans using real fruit juice. These are jelly beans that any jelly bean lover will love. Choose from their range of personalised gifts and Christmas gourmet jelly beans. For a real treat you can even get a jelly bean machine.
Available on-line at https://www.jellybeanfactory.com/our-favourites
Divine chocolate is 100% Fairtrade chocolate company which is co-owned by cocoa farmers. They make delicious chocolate and have a wide range of hampers, chocolate gifts and treats available which make perfect gifts. I love these Divine 70% dark chocolate coins (RRP £2.40) and the milk chocolate reindeer and white chocolate snowman lollies. These come in a pack of two for RRP £2.40. They are perfect stocking fillers.
You can get them online on https://ukshop.divinechocolate.com/uk
Would you get any of these for the foodie in your life? Which of these would you get for yourself? Let me know below.