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The Holiday Gift Guide for Foodies


Happy Black Friday everyone! To celebrate the busiest shopping day of the year in America, I am sharing my picks for holiday gifts for foodies.


XO Marshmallows
These gourmet flavored marshmallows are made in Chicago and they would be a fun stocking stuffer. You can use them to make fancy s’mores, or add them to hot chocolate, or use them as an ingredient in a recipe (like Rice Krispie Treats or my Molten Chocolate S’mores Brownie Pie).

Varietal specific glasses from Riedel
Do you have a friend that always drinks the same type of wine? Get them the perfect glass for their drink. I went to a wine tasting featuring these glasses at Blogher Food and was seriously impressed, they are beautiful and they are made to enhance the tasting experience for the specific wine.

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Whiskey of the Month
My husband isn’t a foodie, but he loves the whiskey of the month membership that I gave him for his birthday in March.


NFL Homegating Products
If you have a football fan in your life I bet that they would appreciate products with their team logo from NFL’s Homegating collection.


Shirts, Tees, and Mugs from The Trendy Sparrow
I love the clever expressions that Lindzi comes up with for her sweatshirts. Who doesn’t need a cozy sweatshirt that says “Olympic Level Bruncher”, “Brunch So Hard Mimosa Wanna Find Me”, or “The Snuggle Is Real”?!


French Press
My sister has this darling little rose gold colored coffee press, and it’s the perfect size for one person who loves coffee, or two people who just need a cup. I feel like coffee presses and tea pots are the type of thing that are always sitting out on a counter in your kitchen, so you might as well get pretty ones.


Bon Aprontit Aprons
My blogging friend Megan just launched this company which makes aprons that protect your clothing without ruining your outfit.

Grandbaby Cakes Cookbook

The Grandbaby Cakes Cookbook
This is the type of cookbook that you pass down from generation to generation. Jocelyn’s book has vintage-inspired recipes


Simply Beautiful Homemade Cakes
This is the cookbook for someone who loves to bake cakes from scratch. Lindsay combines 65 cake recipes with tips for decorating them.


No-Bake Treats Cookbook
Julianne’s book is filled with brilliant no-bake recipes for cakes, pies, and other desserts. Even though the recipes are no-bake, the final products are incredibly impressive.


Buffalo Style
Know someone who is obsessed with Buffalo Sauce? Whitney’s cookbook would be the perfect gift – it has 50 recipes using the sauce. Fun fact – after following each other for years on social media, Whitney and I finally met in person in October!

Happy shopping!