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Christmas Gift Guide: Food Ideas To Eat, Gift And Make

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Christmas Gift Guide

Christmas Gift Guide

Christmas food is another reason to get excited for the impending festive season. Food shopping is proving a great temptation at the moment; with so many mouthwatering, seasonal delights on offer currently, it really would be rude not to indulge… or at least recommend some treats for either yourself or to gift to others! Check out the latest post in the Christmas Gift Guide… this one is all about food!

Christmas Gift Guide

Haribo
We love Haribo and what a fabulous treat when you need a break from all the Christmas chocolate on offer. The range includes Christmas related sweets in the form of Giant trees which are squidgy and very moreish – perfect for children… and adults too! The Haribo tub contains 28 packs which is fantastic to have if you are expecting family and friends with children… or perfect if you are planning to make your own advent calendar, with a few spares to enjoy too!

The Haribo range is available from retailers such as Tesco, Sainsburys, Asda and the Coop.

Christmas Gift Guide

Lily O’Brien’s Chocolate Collection

We all love chocolate at Christmas and what better way to indulge than with this amazing selection of chocolates from Lily O’Brien’s. The Petit Indulgence Collection comes in a super cute box, complete with bow… and a selection of 18 chocolates insides ranging from Sticky Toffee to Praline Perfection. The perfect box to have by your side whilst watching Christmas films. The Desserts Collection also contains 18 chocolates featuring the world’s best loved desserts recipes in scrumptious mouthfuls of chocolate deliciousness… ranging from Banoffee Pie and my absolute favourite Creme Brulee. This is a wonderful box of chocolates to gift someone special this Christmas!

There is currently 30% off items on the Lily O’Brien’s site for Black Friday week – simply use code BLACK30 when checking out. The code is valid until Sunday 26th November.

Christmas Gift Guide

Choc On Choc Chocolate Spouts

Ho! Ho! Ho! How cute are these Brussel Sprout chocolates? The easiest way to trick someone this Christmas, but leave them with a lovely surprised as the sprouts are actually luxurious white Belgian chocolate! Sit back, have your camera ready and watch the delight as it is realised the sprouts are actually chocolates. Packaged in a cute little basket, these are a fantastic novelty gift to give.

Priced at £9.99 for a box of 8 chocolates, you can find the Chocolate Sprouts on the Find Me A Gift site, alongside some other fantastic food related novelty gift ideas.

Christmas Gift Guide

Peter’s Yard Crispbread Cracker’s
A fantastic selection pack of crispbreads, perfect for cheese which is a lovely gift to give but also makes a fantastic treat. Featuring Spelt & Poppy Seed, Charcoal & Rye and Original Sourdough Crispbread’s the selection is a cheese and cracker lovers dream and the crackers are suitable for vegetarians! You can currently buy a pack – there are at least 50-60 crackers- and you can purchase them over at Amazon

Christmas Gift Guide

IKEA Gingerbread House

Priced at £2.50, the Vintersaga is available throughout IKEA store’s, just make sure you keep it safe until you check out! I am hoping it shall be easy enough to build, feel free to decorate further with icing and sprinkles to make it even more Christmassy! A wonderful crafting activity for you to complete with children in the run up to Christmas… made all the better for the fact the finished article is edible!

Stag-Bakeries

Stag Bakeries

I am a huge fan of Stag Bakeries as their product range is especially awesome for Christmas. The straws are some of my favourite products; each bite of the crispy outer layer brings a smile to your face, but be warned, you cannot just have one! The cheese straws are perfect alongside dips, although I do have a Camembert lined up for dipping the sticks into on Christmas Day. The fruit cake is beautifully presented and the perfect accompaniment for a cheese selection. Stag have a wonderful selection of crackers too, the list is endless really so head on over to their site to check out all their amazing products! The range is available to buy from Marks & Spencer.

Mary-Berry-Condiments

Mary Berry Condiments

There is no denying Mary Berry knows how to cook and bake tremendous cakes, so it’s only fitting that she has her own line of amazing food products, ranging from salad dressings, chutneys and sauces and condiments. The new range of condiments has just launched in time for Christmas and includes Redcurrant & Mint Jelly, Horseradish Sauce and Hollandaise Sauce, perfect to have to hand to complement Christmas food. Check out the full range here  and purchase the range from the following shops: Tesco, Waitrose, Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons.

Don’t forget to check out other posts in the Sim’s Life 2017 Christmas Gift Guide!

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9 comments

RawMum November 24, 2017 - 9:36 am

Some nice but rather pricey ideas. Hoping that my in-laws remember in dairy intolerant this year or hubby gets double presents!. #pocolo

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Kim Carberry November 24, 2017 - 7:16 pm

Ohh! Yum! I love the look of everything. Those chocolate sprouts look like fun! hehehe #PoCoLo

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S1m November 28, 2017 - 11:13 am

I know – some fantastic foodie gifts for Christmas, nom nom nom xx

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Mother of 3 November 27, 2017 - 8:37 pm

I love those chocolates that look like sprouts! What a fun gift idea.

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S1m November 28, 2017 - 11:12 am

They are super cute and funny – a fantastic novelty gift!

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Stephanie November 28, 2017 - 10:05 pm

Selection boxes have come a long way haven’t they? Chocolate sprouts – the best sort! Thanks for sharing with #PoCoLo

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S1m November 29, 2017 - 1:30 pm

They have indeed – there is so much to choose from to tickle any tastebuds! 🙂 x

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Helena November 30, 2017 - 2:54 pm

Thjese would go down well with any foodie#PoCoLo

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Morgan Prince December 12, 2017 - 9:43 am

What a great list – I particularly like the idea of those Lily O’Brien’s chocolates, they sound lovely!
Thanks for linking to #pocolo

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