Gift Guide for Foodies

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Food lovers, gather round for I have found the cutest bunch of gifts to adorn your, or your food loving nearest and dearest's present pile. Read on if you'd like to know my picks for the perfect foodie Christmas.


Every kitchen needs a good quality pestle and mortar, I've been struggling along with a crappy IKEA number I got in a kitchen starter set when I first moved in with Kris... 11 years ago! I think it's about time I upgraded and this beautiful pink salt number would look amazing in any ones kitchen.


Imagine this, the girls are round, the prosecco is flowing and the good times are being had. The cheese has came up to room temperature desperate to be cut and you bring out a butter knife. Oh the humanity! Good cheese deserves a good cheese knife and this with this feather handled knife you can be the smug hostess with the mostess. 


See above, you can have the lovely cheese knife of your dreams but if you've got your cheese arranged on a stained and scratched chopping board then you might as well be serving it on the bottom of a stinky shoe.  I honestly think if I don't own this stunning agate cheeseboard I will never be truly happy. My cheese and I deserve it.


I don't know how I'd function without my Kitchenaid Stand Mixer. Sure, they're a big investment but they'll last you a lifetime and you'll grow to love it more than your actual family. I'm not even kidding. I just adore this Candy Apple Red version, in fact it's sitting on my kitchen bench right now. The classic colour goes perfectly in any kitchen but if red's not your jam, they come in tonnes of different colours. This is one investment you won't regret.


I've fancied a set of stemless champagne glasses for a while now, I just think they're so stylish. Speaking of stylish, can you get better than these gold spotted Kate Spade numbers? 


I'm utterly enamoured with this glorious gift set from the Glutenous Gardener. This is one for the gin lover in your life (cough cough), the beautifully boxed set comes with a young Juniper berry plant bearing dark berries just dying to liven up your nightly g&t, not only that but you get some seeds to grow Angelica and Coriander, both perfect additions to your tipple. To get you started on your gin infusing adventures you get a bottle of SW1 gin included. Chin chin.


Are you even a blogger if you don't own a bar cart?! Extra kudos if it's covered in copper cocktail equipment. If, like me, you can't live without a shiny copper pineapple ice bucket then Oliver Bonas has us covered. It's sitting in my shopping basket right now (along with an actual shed load of other stuff, oops).


I've blogged about this book before and I can tell you, I still love it. I use it all the time, the recipes are just delicious and innovative. I love the little tips to alter the meals to your diet, be it vegetarian, flexitarian or meat eater, this one is perfect for all.


Are you even a blogger if you don't own a monogrammed mug from Anthropologie? This gold version with have you the envy of the blogosphere. What are you waiting for, sip your tea in style.


These little animal ceramics from Quail are darling. I love this little kitty egg cup, it looks just like Muffin cat. Too cute for words.


These stacked cactus glasses add an instant pop of green fingered style to your kitchen. Now you can sip your cactus water from your cactus glass while tending to your cactus garden. Ultimate hipster points.


Another staple of the well functioning kitchen, a marble rolling pin. These pins are super heavy meaning it makes light work of rolling that fresh from the fridge pastry, not only that but the marble stays super cold. We all know that the art of pastry is keeping the bugger nice and chilly, well this does most of the work for you. You'll notice an instant difference in your pastry making.


I have to admit, I like this one just because it looks awesome in photos. I have a large and a small version and they're the ultimate food styling prop. I do use them from time to time, they don't half keep your tea nice and warm. This version comes with a tea infuser right inside, perfect for the loose leaf lovers among us.

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  1. That’s tea pot is perfect for my sister in law!! Thanks for helping me pick my presents!

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  2. Now this is my kind of Gift Guide - the KitchenAid has been on my wish list for most of my adult life!

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  3. I am dying for a KitchenAid! We make loads of cakes at home and this would just be ideal. Ive got a swish new blender and a kitchen aid would just complete my home.

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  4. I have that anthopologie mug! I love all your other picks too! x

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  5. My mom has the Kitchenaid Mixer in the candy apple red as well and absolutely loves it! I think I may have to add the cheese board from Anthropologie to my wish list.

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  6. The marble rolling pin is stunning and Kate Spade glasses are so pretty as well. I don't drink wine but I'd happily drink fizzy drinks from them x

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  7. Yes, please! I would really like all of these, haha. Especially from Anthropologie I would take every piece in an instant!

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  8. This is my type of gift guide! I love every single item on here! I also have that Kitchenaid in red. It is brilliant for making cakes with and it felt like a big investment at the time but I now can't live without it! :)

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  9. What a great gift guide I have been on and hinting very heavily for a kitchenaid stand mixer x

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  10. There are some great gift ideas here. I have a friend who loves cheese boards so that's one in the bag already. Loving the stemless Champagne glasses as well.

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  11. Ooh I love a foodie gift! The stand mixer looks amazing, I really need one like that!

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  12. Wouldn't consider myself a MASSIVE foodie, but I'm in love with these bits! I've always wanted a little tea cup with the letter 'C' exactly like the one in this post!

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  13. Oh my goodness, what a fab list! I really love those gorgeous cactus glasses, and that agate board is to die for! I love getting kitchen gadgets/foodie gifts for Christmas! <3 xx

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  14. Hands up I am not much of a foodie but I am in love with that Anthropologie Agate Cheese Board I do need that in my life.

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  15. Love the cute cat face egg cup and those lovely Kate spade stemless champagne glasses x

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  16. Love this list! I’ve got a toaster on my Christmas wishlist this year, is this adulting enough? Haha!

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  17. What a super gift guide, and I love how you've laid it out! I need to try something similar with my (terribly overdue) one! I'd love a KitchenAid, but alas, too expensive!

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  18. Love all of these! I really like the cheese knife, have wanted a decent one for years! x

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  19. I have promised to start baking again if I get a kitchen aid mixer, not got much room for it though

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  20. This is my type of gift guide as I love baking and cooking! I would love to have the Stand Mixer as it would make my life so much more easier x

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  21. I am coveting this kitchenaid mixer for ages, i think it's not only a gift but a great investment for people who like being in the kitchen! And Anthropologie's Gold Monogram Mug is on my list as well. Gorgeous suggestions!

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  22. I love cheese so the feather knife and the cheeseboard would be a perfect gift. Add a decanter to that and you have the perfect set for a wine night :)

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  23. I love that pestle and mortar and I’m going to buy that nearly vegetarian cook book x

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  24. I love buying friends and family gifts from Anthropologie, althought they are quite pricey they really have such unique and quirky bits and pieces! I LOVE the mug!

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  25. I love all of these picks! Those champagne glasses are so pretty, and I love that rolling pin!

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  26. I always wanted that stand mixer, so hope that somebody will remember me this year.. A great cookbook is perfect gift for foodies xo

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  27. Oh my goodness, those stacked cactus glasses are amazing, I need those in my life.

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  28. Great list! I would love a kitchen aid.

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  29. Some fantastic ideas for gifts. I have been pondering what to get my grown up son, who is rather in to his cooking at the moment. You have given me lots of good ideas.

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  30. Some amazing gift ideas! I love those glasses and the mug.

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  31. This is a gorgeous gift guide - I am in LOVE with the cactus cups!!

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  32. The mug is so cute I want it!! :) Hope i get it haha x

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  33. Ooooh great choices. I love the mug too!

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  34. I really, really, really want a kitchen aid and I absolutely adore that cheese board too!!! x

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Katie xo

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