Everyone has a food-driven loved one in their life. Whether it’s a parent, sibling, child, friend, or maybe it’s yourself (come on, you deserve a gift, too!), food-centric gifts are often some of the best. Check out these gastronomic goodies that are perfect for every foodie in your life this holiday season, as well as some non-edible gift ideas that’ll liven up any party.
1. Sweetheart Cake
You can never go wrong when giving the gift of deliciousness! Know anyone with a sweet tooth? Nothing says “Happy Holidays” to a dessert lover more than a Sweetheart Cake from Amy’s Cupcake Shoppe. Available in a variety of flavors and customizable decorations, these 4″ round cakes are a perfect way to send both a personalized message and a sweet treat.
Starts at $36
Amy’s Cupcake Shoppe
2. Set of 4 Double Old-Fashioned Glasses
We all have a favorite cocktail to get us in the holiday spirit. Give someone special in your life the gift of a classy, durable set of Old-Fashioned glasses. Perfect for holiday parties and other gatherings, these classic, mid-century modern glasses come in a set of four and feature 24k gold trim. Available in gold and black.
$50 per set
3. Viking Glass Covered Dishes
Also from MidModMen+friends are these vibrantly colored dishes that double as artwork. Available in bluenique, persimmon, and amber, these dishes were made in the 1960s with Viking glass. Use them as serving bowls or simply show them off as beautiful decor. Either way, they won’t disappoint.
4. Holiday Potica
If you want to give someone the taste of home baked goodies without actually going through the laborious process, Holiday Potica (po-TEE-tsa) is the gift for you. This European sweet bread is hand-rolled, made of paper-thin dough, and layered with a filling of pecan, poppy seed almond, walnut, walnut apple, or walnut raisin.
$18.99 each/ 3+ $16.99 each
5. Illuminidol Betty White Candle
Know a die-hard Betty White fan? Okay, so we all do. Well, get them this Illuminidol Betty White prayer candle so they can finally show their love and devotion to this Golden Girls star through a religious medium. Other popular celebrities and athletes are available (though I don’t know who you’d rather pray to than Betty White).