HAPPY FRI-YAY! Next week is Thanksgiving and the kick off to Holiday shopping season.
If you’re anything like me, I’ve already been shopping for the people in my life. My family and friends are a melting pot from all walks of life. In my endless searches, I’ve come across some pretty good gift ideas, and I wanted to share them with you.
Since we start our blogging week featuring recipes in our Foodie Monday, we’ll go ahead and start with gift ideas for Foodies.
Granted, most Foodies want a chef’s kitchen, but that’s way out of budget and a ton messy. So if you’re still with me, Ready? Set? Go!
SUBSCRIPTION TO FOODSTIRS
Foodstirs is a monthly food subscription. Each month you receive a themed package that contains everything you need to create delicious treats. Their products are made with premium and real ingredients, free of artificial preservatives, dyes and flavors. They strive to source organic and non-GMO ingredients when available. Their mixes and kits are manufactured in the U.S. and placed in recyclable boxes.
They also give back. Each month they give a portion of their sales to a deserving charity, for November they partnered with No Kid Hungry.
MAKE THEM THEIR OWN COOKBOOK
Does the Foodie in your life have boxes and notebooks filled with recipes? Why not create a book for them instead? Something they could always keep and show off.
I read a ton of reviews and everyone seems to say the website is easy to use and simple. So why not give it a try?
These actually made me smile. What a fun and silly idea to give a Foodie. Especially for those occasions that they can’t think of a thing to make. Yes even they get stuck at times. A quick toss around with these dices and maybe it’ll inspire something fun, new, and delectable.
Sure you you could always get your Foodie a gift card to that one restaurant they’ve been dying to go to. The first edition of the cookbook they live by. Or that set of knives they have to have, or they’ll die. Just remember to put some thought into the gift giving.
The Holidays have become very commercialized and about people outdoing others with their gift giving. That’s not what this season is about. Not even a little bit. Not even close. Give from the heart, it’s so much more rewarding and worth it.
Hopefully this small gift guide helps you bring a smile to your foodies face. Fingers crossed.