Holiday Gift Guide: For the Foodie

If you missed the first Holiday Gift Guide (For the Host[ess]), you can find it here!

Also, I have one special addition to yesterday’s gift compilation.

My friend, Emily, just started her own Etsy shop, so I have to give her a quick shout-out. I met Emily in college (at the University of Delaware) & we became friends after joining the same sorority freshman year! She was even a bridesmaid in my wedding this summer!

She is selling beautiful, handmade ribbon wreaths, which would be a perfect gift for the holiday season! Of course, like all of the wondrous products available on Etsy, everything is custom made. Click here to check out her shop! :-)


Next up on the gift list… the foodie! If you don’t consider yourself a foodie, I’m sure most of us know someone who loves anything & everything food-related, so these gifts would be a perfect match!

Salted Caramel Chocolate Peanut Bark

I love gifts like this! A quality piece of chocolate can go a long way. Similar to this, I think the “Christmas cookie in a jar”-type gifts are super cute too. These are great to have on hand as “just-in-case” gifts (if someone gets you something & you weren’t expecting it)!


Crate & Barrel, $16.95

The Fork Goes on the Left – Set of 3 Pillows

How adorable are these pillows?! I love that they are available in a variety of colors; you can match them to the recipient’s decor!


diffractionFIBER (an Etsy shop), $82.00

Carrots ‘N’ Cake (by Tina Haupert) and/or Peas and Thank You (by Sarah Matheny)

These books have been on my “to buy” list for a while, & I’d assume that even non-bloggers would really love these ladies!


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Barnes & Noble, $10.98 & $11.87, respectively (online price)

Wolferman’s Grand Christmas Tower Gift

Wolferman’s has tons of gift options for any food-lover! I first found out about them from my mom who received a gift herself, & I even order Chris’s parents a gift tower for Christmas last year. The food is tasty, plus, you can freeze any goodies that aren’t going to be eaten right away!

(source), $49.95

Fruit-of-the-Month Club

Any food item-of-the-month club subscription would be a fantastic gift for a foodie, but they can get a bit pricey. Luckily, most subscription services offer terms that are less than a year which helps to cut the cost!


Harry & David Fruit-of-the-Month Club Collections, from $69.95-$339.95

Do you have any good foodie gift ideas to share? Which of these gifts would YOU most like to receive?

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