Sugarfina’s signature Champagne gummy bears are dipped in 64% Parisian dark chocolate to make a candy match made in heaven.
Dark Chocolate Champagne Bears, Sugarfina, $36.95
For the one who doesn't want to waste time over the stove
The long, cold winter months are perfect for hearty foods made in a slow cooker, so give a gift you know will be truly appreciated. It’s also a great gift for the entertainer who wants dinner to cook all on its own while they claim their spot as hostess and life of the party!
The perfect gift for the real foodie on your shopping list: Five laser engraved wood dice that feature protein, grain and herb options as well as cooking methods and bonus ingredients. They’ll simply roll the dice to see what they’re cooking that night!
Foodie Dice, Uncommon Goods, $30.58.
For the pasta lover
Give the gift of delicious Italian food with a beautiful cookbook that offers up contemporary Italian recipes. Created in collaboration with Eataly, this is a must-have addition to a foodie’s library.
Eataly: Contemporary Italian Cooking, Amazon, $38.82.
For the chocolate connoisseur
Mix milk chocolate with pieces of English toffee, Himalayan pink salt and French feuilletine pastry flakes, and you get Purdys impossible-to-resist Salted Hazelnut Flakes.
Solid Gold Gift Box, 16pc, Purdys, $20.
For the java junkie
Know a java junkie who just can't start their day without a cup o' joe? Their eyes will pop to find this beautiful coffee machine under the tree. It not only makes fresh coffee and authentic espresso but will look cool and sleek on the countertop, too.
Nespresso Vertuo Coffee Machine, The Bay, $169.99.
For the beauty-obsessed
These beauty chocolates are made with raw, organic dark cacao and coconut sugar and are said to visibly improve skin’s elasticity and hydration within two weeks.
Beauty Chocolates, Sakara, $45 US.
For the one who likes things salty
Featuring an assortment of hand-harvested salts, this world salt tower is like a tour around the world. Included are salts from Bali, Australia, Maine, Hawaii, Cyprus and the Himalayas.
World Salt Tower, Food 52, $19 US.
For the health-conscious French fry lover
This cute little countertop appliance takes the fear right out of fried foods. It’s perfect for the at-home chef who wants to enjoy crispy fried foods with a clear conscience. This compact air fryer crisps food with 80% less oil making it a healthy mealtime alternative.
Compact Air Fryer, Indigo, $75.
For the standout baker
The baker on your shopping list will absolutely adore this pretty pedestal cake stand and will love to use it to display their homemade masterpieces.
Pedestal Cake Stand, Rosanna, US $120.
For the hostess with the cutest serveware
These charming appetizer plates are made with the foodie in mind. Each stoneware plate in this set of four features a fun saying and will make entertaining more, well, entertaining!
Appetizer Plates (Set of 4), Pier 1, $19.95 US.
For the one who's always on the go
This collaboration between West Elm and Quaker is nothing short of perfection. A reusable glass jar with a copper-finished lid comes with Quaker’s overnight oats and a recipe to make the perfect breakfast.
Quaker Overnight Oats + Jar, West Elm, $12 US.
For the frequent flyer who loves their cocktails
For the frequent traveller on your list, their next flight won’t be boring – not with this cute little champagne cocktail kit tucked into their carry-on. It includes everything they’ll need to mix two mid-flight cocktails.
The Champagne Cocktail, W&P Design, $24 US.
For the classic hostess
This lovely gift is perfect for the consummate entertainer and can be beautifully monogrammed to make it extra special.
The polka dots on this stoneware utensil crock will add a touch of whimsy to any kitchen and the timeless black and white colour palette means it’ll fit into any style of kitchen.
Kate Spade Utensil Crock with 3 Utensils, Bed, Bath & Beyond, $49.99.
For the one who likes to look the part
You can’t help but feel like a professional when you’re wearing an apron so whether you’re shopping for a pro or amateur cook, give them a gift that’ll make them feel like they’re at the top of their game.
Wraparound Linen Apron, Summerill and Bishop, $143.42.
For the glitzy wine lover
Every day will feel like a celebration when drinking wine from these whimsical glasses. Sparkling metallic gold dots make these feel extra festive
MIKASA Lustre Dots Gold Wine Glasses (Set of 4), The Bay, $67.49.
For the one with kitchy edge
Liberty London is known for its eclectic patterns and this decidedly British brand brings its beautiful sensibilities to a decidedly British pastime: Tea time. Beautiful blooms and berry patterns in vibrant colourways add a dash of excitement to that afternoon cuppa.
Decaled Stoneware Mug, Anthropologie, $16 US.
For the flick (read: popcorn) fan
This is a gift any gourmand will appreciate! This popcorn gift set includes four tins of non-GMO popcorn kernels and four tins of seasonings. You can choose your four seasons from a selection of sweet, savoury and spicy, as well as consider gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan options.
Gourmet Popcorn and Seasoning Kit, Etsy, $46.21.
For the millennial hostess
These copper bottomed, ombre stemless wine glasses make the perfect hostess gift so pick up a set before you head out to your next Christmas party.