Still not sure what to get someone on your Christmas list? We suggest considering a food gift. These work well whether or not you have a close relationship with the recipient, as most food gifts appeal to a wide audience. If you do know exactly what types of foods the recipient likes, you can tailor the gift even more specifically.
Below you'll find 12 options for our gift idea #12 this holiday season: Food Gifts. These options are available from various retailers in the United States and Europe.
Top row (l to r): Brandini Toffee small gift basket with assorted sweet and salty treats ($49 Nordstrom), The Popcorn Factory Frosty Friends decorated tin filled with a variety of covered popcorn ($45.99 Macys), Floric Organic vintage cheddar cheese and chutney platter (£37 House of Fraser), Liberty luxury Christmas crackers in nutcracker-print wrap (£45 Liberty London),
Second row (l to r): Savory by Bloomingdales chocolate and nut variety gift pack ($35 Bloomingdales), Mrs. Fields Happy Holidays chocoate chip cookie cake ($37.99 Mrs. Fields), Alder Creek Godiva signature tower holiday gift set ($39.99 Kohls), New English Teas London decorated gift tin with 100 assorted flavour tea bags (£7.99 British Corner Shop)
Bottom row (l to r): Harry London tin house collection with assorted choclates inside ($29 each but check current sale price Macys), Mrs. Fields holiday print tin filled with chocolate peppermint bark ($19.99 Mrs. Fields), Mrs. Prindables chocolate covered apple with nutcraker figurine ornament ($29.99 Bloomingdales), Asbach liquor bottle-shaped container filled with assorted foil-wrapped pralines (€25.99 Amazon Germany)