“Food is symbolic of love when words are inadequate” – Alan D. Wolfelt
We don’t know who needs to hear this, but the food is one of the best gifts you can give! And when you have a foodie on your list… well then it’s just mandatory. But foodies don’t just want another basket of baked goods or jams. Instead, surprise them with something out-of-the-ordinary this year.
Read on to see some of our favorite food-focused gifts. Then get shopping!
Nut Butter Gift Box – $24
Send some love with this custom gift box with 3 jars of PB Love, a bamboo spoon, and a customized handwritten note all packaged with a little holiday flare!
Wood Carved Butter Knives – $12
Handmade cooking utensils with a shape and finish attuned to the individual tree or board from which each piece is repurposed. Plus, they look sweet.
LonoLife Bone Broth Sample Pack – $10
Maybe your loved one is already a bone broth fan and would love a little mixed, portable selection thrown in with their gift or perhaps you’re trying to introduce someone new to the joys of portable bone broth. Either way, this sample pack is an easy way to say “I care about your health and taste buds” without breaking the bank!
Cravebox Care Package – $29.95
This one will be hard to keep your hands off, but keep your hands off you must because this little box of goodies is for the foodie in your life!
Chemex Pour Over Glass Coffeemaker – $47
Probably the most aesthetically pleasing pour-over product on the market, the true coffee lover in your life will appreciate their very own Chemex.
LonoLife Bulk Container of Beef Bone Broth – $28
Want to give the gift of ready-to-go ultra nutrition in a scoop? Then this is it. Shelf-stable and ready to mix with hot water for a delicious drink or to use in recipes, you can’t go wrong with this big ol’ tub of LonoLife bone broth. Look out for the chicken version too!
Best of Porter Road Box – $100
Porter Road is the go-to for those looking for pasture-raised meat. Be warned: this “taster” box will most likely trigger a lifelong subscription addiction for the person you gift this to.
Truff Bestseller Pack – $77.99
If it’s good enough for Oprah, it’s good enough for us (and your foodie friend!) These decadent delights scream sophisticated and delicious, and we hear them loud and clear.
The Artist Capsule, Brightland – $150
We’d almost buy these for the bottles alone, but it appears the olive oil inside is something worth celebrating too!
Newhai Electric Family Pasta Maker –$149
If you suspect your foodie friend has a desire to show off and make their own pasta, then this will be the gift they talk about all year.
Click and Grow Smart Garden – $125
No green thumb is needed to grow perfect herbs and vegetables indoors with this little smart garden. But for home chefs, the ability to grab some basil from the kitchen counter will be a treat.