Following on from our recent Drinks gift guide, it’s time to chow down on a new moveable feast of delicious treats. These include stocking fillers for £10 and under, and a few ideas for anyone who wants a larger helping.
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Foodie stocking fillers
Trying to find that little something for a certain person? Here’s some inspiration for the best bite-sized presents.
Indoor Flavours Trio Herb Set | £5.49
Pep up those meals and brighten up the kitchen windowsill with this Indoor Flavours Trio Herb Set. Contains pots, seed sachets, label chalk and growing medium – everything you need to get started growing your own parsley, chives and basil.
Mandira’s Kitchen Chutneys | £6.50 each
Top quality Indian style soft, syrupy chutneys that have garnered multiple Great Taste Awards, and a zingy, tangy Penny’s Pick award. Ideal for snacking, serving with Indian dishes, or pepping up festive cheese boards and buffets. They have a huge range of meals for home delivery too, all well worth a browse.
Fortnum’s Christmas Orange & Dark Chocolate Biscuits, 125g | £6.95
Buttery biscuits packed with dark chocolate chips, orange, cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg, in an attractive festive tin that’s perfect for gifting. If you’re feeling extra generous, throw in some of their beautiful teas and coffees, preserves or confectionery for a larger gift.
Montezuma’s Chocolate Caramel Snowballs 150g | £5.50
Salted caramel has taken over the world, and at this point resistance is probably futile, so we might as well suck on these chocolate salty snowballs from Montezuma’s. Tasty salted caramel filling inside a thick white chocolate shell, for a rich and indulgent treat.
Dunelm set of 8 Smokehouse Selection | £10.00
A selection of sauces, salts and rubs for home cooks and barbecue enthusiasts that add up to make a substantial stocking filler to fire up their grill. Would also be useful for anyone who’s recently bought an air fryer and isn’t afraid of a little spice.
Dolce Forneria Panettone Classic Tin 1kg | £6.50
A good sized classic panettone in a keepsake tin, this traditional Italian Christmas treat is made with all butter and no palm oil or other nasties – quite surprising and very welcome for the relatively low price. An ideal gift for any British fruitcake refuseniks.
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Selfridges Selection Festive Honeycomb Coal 150g | £8.99
If you’re looking for a comedy stocking filler that’s also guaranteed to be eaten, pick up a bag of these chocolate-coated honeycomb coals made by The Chocolate Society. Perfect for anyone who’s been extra naughty this year. For something more sophisticated, take a peek at their fancier boxed chocolates.
Foodie gifts over £10
Now for some gifts for those with larger appetites and a little more budget.
Dunelm Rainbow Cake Tins | £12.00
Note that the lids go on the bottom, making it easier to cut and serve your cakes.
India Express by Rukmini Iyer | Currently £12.00
Lots and lots of tasty, easy midweek meal ideas, plus ideas for snacks, brunches and parties.
Typhoon World Foods 16cm Noodle Bowl with Chopsticks | £12.00
A very attractive bowl with a built in chopstick rest, a pair of chopsticks and an attractive gift box.
Love Cocoa Festive Chocolate Selection Box, 220g | £23.50
(sorry, sold out)
Meat-free Mexican: Vibrant Vegetarian Recipes by Thomasina Miers | £16.49
Colourful, mouth-watering Mexican-inspired vegetarian and vegan recipes from Thomasina Miers, co-founder of Wahaca. The recipes cover everything from breakfasts and quick lunches right the way through to comfort food, dinner parties, desserts and drinks. Guaranteed to have you craving more than the standard five a day.
Some delicious and fun gifts there – hope that’s whetted your appetite!