Food and drink gift ideas lemon and blueberry popaballs

Blueberry and lemon bursting bubbles for gin from Popaball. Add a spoonful of bubbles to your G&T, suck them and drink up through the straw provided and bite to release their fruity flavour. Different flavours also available for cider and prosecco. They are also gluten free, vegan and suitable for coeliacs.

Food and drink gift ideas the palazzo gift set

Award winning Paolozzi Lager. Voted Time Out Top 5 Craft Beers in Edinburgh after 10 days and UK’s Best Munich Style Lager two years running (World Beer Awards). Outstanding Munich style beer with beautiful balance. This gift pack includes 3 bottles of Paolozzi lager, a half pint Edinburgh Beer Factory glass, a set of 4 Paolozzi print beermats, Paolozzi magnetic bottle opener and a poster.

Food and drink gift ideas the Prosecco and food hamper

How incredible is this hamper from Blossoming Gifts?! A striking collection of products, beautifully presented in a black woven basket. Sparkling Prosecco will get the celebrations off to a great start and your recipient won’t be able to resist the delicious contents which include handmade chocolate covered marshmallows, Christmas spiced fudge, flavoursome mince pies and mixed flavoured nuts, biscuits, coffee and crisps just to name a few.

Food and gift ideas bottle of whiskey

The Summerton Club is a craft spirits members club. They curate and deliver only the finest aged alcohol from around the world (brandies, rums, whiskies and more) directly to your door. You choose the frequency for your premium spirits subscription box, then they do the searching so you relax and enjoy the drinking. This looks perfect for those who are difficult to buy for and like drinking spirits. They search for extra special bottles so they will be getting something that they wouldn’t be picking up with their weekly shop.


Wonderbag is a simple but revolutionary non-electric, portable slow cooker. It continues to cook food (which has been brought to a boil by conventional methods) for up to 8 hours without the use of additional electricity or fuel. It’s eco-friendly and sustainable. You can keep food cooking in a Wonderbag without the need for more oven space which is fab for Christmas Day! This is an absolutely genius idea and they are available in a wide range of sizes and colours.


Food and drink gift ideas a wooden bowl with nuts in

Beautiful high quality bespoke wooden items made from reclaimed wood from bowls, jigsaws, candle holders, garden dibbers and cufflink trays. Every item is crafted with love and carefully finished by hand. I love these bowls, perfect for festive nibbles

Often it’s hard to buy presents for zero waste friends because the eco-conscious people are often trying to cut down what they have, not accumulate more. That’s why we love this travel cutlery set from Bare Vida – it helps you cut down your use of plastic while you’re traveling. You can use while you’re in cafes, restaurants, and even on the plane! It includes a reusable bamboo knife, fork, spoon, chopsticks, and even a straw – so you can be prepared for any cuisine wherever you are! They are handmade in Bali, and are coated with a food-approved varnish which means they can be reused over and over again. The ultimate reusable, zero waste present!


A recipe book, whether someone is a big fan of BBQ’d food or they have a local chef they follow, there are plenty of cook books to suit all tastes. As a thank you for all your support this year, I am giving away two recipe books to one lucky winner. If you fancy winning a quick and easy recipe book and a cocktails recipe book, use the app below x

Recipe books


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71 Comments on Food and drink gift ideas

  1. Some fantastic food and drink gift ideas here as i never know really what to buy people for Christmas so thank you for the ideas.

  2. love discovering new recipes to try on my family – it gives us all some variety and helps me get the kids to eat some veg!!

  3. Blossoming gifts hamper looks amazing! I also fancy the whisky, the bubbles for gin and I love a great cook book! Nice list!

  4. I love books and recipe books are great as they inspire me to get a bit more creative with meals. The two prize books look interesting and it’s always nice to have quick & easy meals to prepare and cook; my better half, his business partner and my brother & sister would be willing guinea pigs for the cocktail recipes – fingers crossed.

  5. Quick and easy are my two favourite words when it comes to recipes!! Lovely giveaway and great post as always!

  6. I love anything that helps me make Quick and Easy meals and I’d love to be able to create delicious cocktails at home.

  7. Was luck enough to have a private tour of the Edinburgh Beer Factory (Paolozzi) and it is a fine beer indeed.

  8. wow, I would love these 2 wonderful books, always after new ideas for food and drink for my for my Friday night get together’s

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