I love food. I love cooking it, baking it, sharing it, eating it and there's no wondering why each year this Foodie Christmas Gift Guide happens to be my favourite. This year I've rounded up a bunch of fun gift ideas that even your seasoned foodie probably doesn't have.
Sure, you can buy your spatulas and mixers - but this gift guide has gift ideas that aren't already sitting in your recipient's cupboard - and they're ones that will certainly be used.
So let me share our Gift Ideas for Foodies with you! >>
How much? $119.95
The best bits? This wreath is absolutely gorgeous and the perfect for decor piece for any home year round. They will stay fresh for 12 months and only require a light spray of water once a month.
Available from? The Doors of Berry
How much? From $5.95 per box
The best bits? They're coeliac safe! Yup, if you're a coeliac, Cadbury Roses are one box of chocolates you can happily enjoy ;) Hint hint, friends and families of coeliacs... Cadbury Roses are always the best choice.
Available from? Most grocery stores and department stores.
How much? $6.95
The best bits? Pana Chocolate is not only ridiculously delicious, it's also raw, organic, vegan and gluten free. Our favourite flavour has to be the Mint - but be warned, you'll eat the whole thing in one go so be sure to buy a few ;)
Available from? Online at Biome Eco Stores
How much? $9.96 each
The best bits? These palm leaf placemats are a perfect stocking stuffer for your favourite foodie - and they look gorgeous on your table. Use them as a centrepiece or for individual place settings.
Available from? Online at Annabel Trends.
How much? From $17.95 - or $49.95 for all three!
The best bits? Rice Cube have the coolest little inventions ever! Not only do they have their original rice cube maker that allows you to make awesome sushi cubes without fuss, they also have a rice ball maker (perfect for protein balls) and a dumpling cube for making homemade dumplings. Definitely the perfect foodie gadget to put on your list this year!
Available from? Online at RiceCube.
How much? $22.95
The best bits? Perfect for any ice cream lover, this Glide a Scoop tub makes ice cream scooping a breeze and is double walled to stop your ice cream from icing up and going rock hard! I only ever put homemade ice cream in this tub as it keeps it perfectly scoopable!
How much? Currently on sale for $21.95
The best bits? The perfect funny stocking stuffer for the wine lover in your life, this wine bottle glass says "Finally! A glass that fits my needs!" 😜🍷
How much? From $12
The best bits? This is the perfect joke gift/stocking stuffer for the wine lover in your life. OzSale always have fun shirts but these ones are especially great. You do need to sign up to see sales and they are changing every day, however, that means you're always sure to find something you love!
Available from? Online at OzSale (you do need to sign up to see sales)
How much? $39.95
The best bits? Perfect for homemade granola or your favourite cereal, this dispenser makes your everyday breakfast feel a little bit fancier and looks great on your kitchen bench!
How much? $59
The best bits? Waffles are delicious on their own - but waffle BOWLS? This is Jesse's favourite cooking gadget of the year and it has to be mine too. Perfect for savoury waffle bowls (hello burrito bowls!), ice cream or breakfast creations - this is one fun gadget that everyone will love!
Available from? JB HiF, The Good Guys, Target, Harvey Norman and Kogan.
How much? $49.95
The best bits? Forget flipping pancakes, this pancake maker makes perfectly golden pancakes every time and we've even experimented with mini omelettes and crepes with huge success!
Available from? The Good Guys, Harvey Norman and Big W.
But tell me, what's one unusual kitchen gadget you love?
Or what's your most used kitchen gadget/appliance?
When I was little it was our "Apple Slinky" machine (kind of like a spiraliser) but now it's definitely my Cuisine Companion or my pizza stones!