Gift guide: For the foodiePosted on: 01 December 2017 by Eloise Craven-Todd
From sweet and floral honey to multi-award winning chocolate, treat your foodie friends this Christmas.
The affordable JML copper stone pans (£69.99) use cutting-edge ultra non-sticky technology and have a super hardwearing construction that keeps heat for longer.
Made from high-quality stainless steel these bottles (£29.95) are also built to last and have a detachable bottom for easy cleaning.
Buy a membership to the Honey Club (£10.95 per month) for 6 or 12 months and get a unique jar of honey – and the story behind it – delivered straight to your door.
The Winter Selection Box (£25) contains three different single origin coffee blends. The Bobolink from Brazil, The Maraba from Rwandan, and the Arabica sourced Yayu Forest.
Using organic ethically sourced ingredients, this delicious and hi-quality, award-winning chocolate is available is beautiful gift boxes.
The ultimate bubbly bake for Prosecco and cake lovers - this BakedIn kit (£20) creates a show-stopping naked layer cake all you need is some butter, eggs and a splash of milk.
Packed with health benefits, this cold pressed oil (£40) is extracted exclusively from the Koroneiki olive tree for an exceptional quality olive oil and arrives in a beautiful wooden crate.
These Crispbreads (£6.95) are the perfect host for cheese, as they don’t mask or overpower the flavours of the cheese. The selection box includes charcoal, spelt & poppy seed alongside the classic recipe.
Dark and milk chocolate Reindeer Bars (£7.50), which are flavoured with orange and mandarin essential oils for an elegant twist on your Christmas chocolate.
This delicious dark and milk chocolate truffle (£3.99) are made with made with Waitrose Champagne Brut N.V. and Marc de Champagne.
The Fizzi sparkling water maker (£99.99) turns water into sparkling water in seconds. Simply add some fresh grapefruit or cucumber for a refreshing treat.
Urging families to get back in the Kitchen together Caroline Fleming’s inspirational cookbook (£15.70) is filled with beautiful images and recipes of her Danish family favourite meals.
*Prices correct on publication
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