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You know what, Everyone Eats; therefore, everyone loves food, lol. Here are 13 Holiday Gifts for People Who Love Food, there is something for everyone! It’s that time of year where we attend more gatherings or have gift exchanges. It can be difficult to know what to get someone who is more of an acquaintance than a bestie. I don’t know about you, but I hate buying something that isn’t purposeful. I mean, how many holiday-themed oven mitts or kitchen towels does one need, um zero, lol.
13 Holiday Gifts for People Who Love Food
Now you might be wondering what I mean by Foodie Gifts. Well, it’s simple really. I’m not talking about the super fancy or expensive stuff because that’s just not me. I don’t mind spending money on good quality food, but everyone has a budget during the holidays so I don’t like to go crazy.
I have come up with 13 ideas, in varying price ranges as ideas. Any of these can be tweaked or used as just a launching point. I chose a few simple “props” that you can find anywhere you are to “complete” your gift.
$10 – $20 Range
Summer Berry Sweet Dip ($9) with a cute bowl (or no bowl) in some inexpensive packaging.
Sleeping Beauty Tea ($12.50) with a cute mug (great for someone you know who might need to relax).
Monday to Friday Dinner Collection ($17.50) – Includes 5 Meal Solutions (Veggie Burger, Mac & Cheese, Pulled Chicken, Beef Stroganoff, and Taco) plus 5 Seasoning Samplers (3 Onion Dip, 2 Balsalmic Vinaigrette, Guacamole, and Poca Picante)
Wing Night: Buffalo Wing Mix ($3*) and Creamy Ranch Dip Mix ($8), 4-in-1 spoon ($5)
$21 – $40 Range
Desert Kit: Perfect Petites Pan ($20), 4-in-1 spoon ($5), GF Chocolate Brownie Mix ($4.50 **), Chocolate Truffle Dip Mix ($9)
Chocolate Lovers: GF Chocolate Brownie Mix ($4.50**), Chocolate Velvet Cheesecake ($4.50**), Chocolate Pudding ($4.35***), Chocolate Fudge Sauce ($4.50**), Chocolate Truffle Sweet Dip ($9), Cocoa Crunch Whole Food Topper ($10.50)
Date night in: Multi Steamer ($44), popcorn, and a movie (or code for a Red Box Rental)
* All Meal Solutions come in packages of 3 which costs $9
**These deserts come in packages of 2 which costs $9
***This dessert comes in a package of 3 which costs $13
Hit up the Dollar Store, WalMart, Target, etc. and check for some cute inexpensive bowls, baskets, salad bowls, mugs, etc. to finish off your gift. If you know that the person loves owls, grab an owl mug. If you are unsure, white is a great neutral base.
You can also find great gift boxes, wrapping paper, gift bags, etc. out this time of year as well, so if you would rather put your budget to the foodie items instead of the extras, you can easily find those options for a couple of bucks as well.
Wondering if you should really give the gift of food? Then read 8 Reasons Why People Love Food Gifts.
These gifts are perfect for Hostesses, Gift Exchanges, Teachers, Besties, Hair Stylist, Mail Person, etc.
If you need help putting something together, I would love to help you find the perfect combination for you!