Gift Guide: For The Foodie



You know that person, who will let their food get consistently colder and colder until they’ve taken the perf’ instagram #foodiegoals pic? It might even be you – I’ve definitely been known to not let the table eat until I’d reorganised every single piece of cutlery and gotten my desired shot (sorry, friends.) Well, this gift guide is for anybody who can relate to that; otherwise known as The Foodie. Whether they’re a master chef in the kitchen, a novice baker, or can barely make toast… there’s something for every level of foodie in this gift guide!

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  1. Globally Inspired Cooking Sauce Trio by Serious Foodie, $39.76 AUD.

Mirasol Mole, Roasted Hatch Chile, and Blood Orange & Aji Panca cooking sauces. These three sauces all sound absolutely delicious, and give your foodie friend the perfect opportunity to try something new, and create with flavours they hadn’t experimented with before.

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  1. House of Disaster Rabbit Egg Cup, $15.00 AUD.

I have been absolutely loving House of Disaster lately, and this egg cup seals the deal for me. No longer will your foodie friend’s soldiers* be boring, with this cute little bunny companion.
Side note: you all know what soldiers are, right? Pieces of toast dipped into runny egg? I just need to know for my own wellbeing, because nobody should experience life without eating soldiers.

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  1. Melts Cook Book by Fern Green, $26.00 AUD.

I don’t believe there’s a single person in the world who doesn’t like toasted sandwiches. Who sits there and thinks “hm, no – I don’t like crunchy, delicious bread with melted gooey cheese.” Even if you can’t eat dairy, or gluten, etc – there are alternatives! I just simply refuse to believe that there’s somebody out there who doesn’t enjoy them. With that being said, this book is the perfect addition to any foodie’s life! In fact, I bought it myself – and there are some fan-friggin-tastic grilled cheese combos in here.

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  1. Sugarfina Candy Trunk, $228.00 USD.

This is definitely an extravagant gift, and the most expensive item on this gift guide by far. But, I wanted to have a variety of things, so I just couldn’t pass this one up when I saw it! Believe me, if I had the money, I would have bought this weeks ago. It’s just too cute. There are 20 cubes of candy in the trunk, including watermelon slices, peach bellini, dark choc sea salt caramels, martini olive almonds (I really want to try them!) and more. Can you say, yum?!

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  1. Bees Knees Salted Honey, $18.56 AUD.

You can probably tell that I love my condiments. But this salted honey sounds particularly amazing; wildflower honey and sea salt combine to create an addictive blend of sweet and salt. I love sweet & salty things together (popcorn & chocolate together at the cinemas, anyone?) so this sounds like an absolute dream, and something any foodie will love.

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Marshmallows are already the perfect accompaniment to hot milk drinks – but combine them with hot cocoa or peppermint flavours? Yes please! Your foodie friend will happily celebrate christmas with a nice, hot cocoa after receiving these delicious treats.

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  1. Monki Forever Hungry Food Storage Box, $16.00 AUD.

I can almost guarantee you know somebody who needs this in their life. I’m probably a candidate myself. Second breakfast, anyone? It’s perfect for those of us who try and bring in home cooked lunch for school or work (though I am partial to a spontaneous kebab run), or maybe just to pack a small snack in.

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  1. Himalayan Salt BBQ Plank by uncommongoods, $39.59 AUD.

This Himalayan Salt BBQ Plank is one of the things on this list that I’m most intrigued by. I think it’s the perfect way to spice up a BBQ – and it also looks pretty cool! Now, I haven’t used one of these before, so I can’t tell you anything about it from experience; however, the description for this states that it holds temperature very well, so you can either use it as a serving platter to keep your food warm, or heat it over a grill or stove top to cook on, enhancing flavour. It also only needs a wipe with a damp cloth after use!

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  1. Salts of the World Test Tube Set by uncommon goods, $59.41 AUD.

Now, this gift is probably more for a foodie that likes to cook, and experiment in the kitchen – and I think it’s absolutely perfect for that! This test tube set comes with a variety of seven different flavoured salts, from all over the world. I think it would be really fun to experiment with these, and see how they change the flavour of certain meals!

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  1. Sugarfina Champagne Gummy Bears, $8.50 AUD.

For those of you who loved the idea of the Sugarfina Candy Trunk but felt it was too pricey, you’re in luck! You can also buy just small cubes of each candy for under $10.00 – definitely a good bargain that your foodie friend will love.

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What are some of your favourite foodie products?



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