Mother’s Day is next weekend here in Australia, so you still have time to drop some serious hints, or buy the Mum in your life a lovely gift. Check out my recommendations for fabulous gifts for the whole-foodie.
I won this cookbook a couple of weeks ago and it arrived in the mail last week. I’ve already book marked so many recipes, have two recipes in this fortnights meal plan and have read the book countless times because it’s just so pretty. I love that it is divided into seasonal chapters and has entree, main and dessert recipes for each season. This is a must gift for anyone who loves a pretty cookbook.
I love the idea of making my own fresh cheese at home and have even attended a cheese making course. This gift is perfect for those who are keen on making cheese themselves but are just not quite sure where to start. This cheese starter kit includes top quality equipment and ingredients to get you started making delicious marinated feta & queso fresco at home.
This gift is a little pricey, but cold pressed juices are all the rage right now and super good for you, so why not give the gift of good health. Cold pressing fruits and vegetables for juice produces more yield and retains high amounts of healthy nutrients and living enzymes for maximum nutritional value. The juicer also transforms into a food processor to grind, puree, mince, make pasta & more. A must have for any health nut, or whole-foodie.
I genuinely love making and eating sourdough bread and with my sourdough starter and ebook pack you could share that passion with others. Making your own sourdough is cheap and easy and so wonderfully satisfying.
If you’re after something decadent but a little smaller this divine Alter Eco organic chocolate is the way to go. Perfect size to post if your Mum is far away and the perfect treat to enjoy with a cuppa at the end of the day.
I hope you loved all these gift ideas, keep your eyes peeled for the gifts for the gardener and papering you mum posts over this week.
Which gift would you pick?
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