I can hear the sleigh bells jingling, ring-ting-tingling, now. Before you know it, Christmas will be here, and I know plenty of you (yes, I’m looking at you) still have family and friends to shop for. If they’re into food (who isn’t?), here are a few of the items gracing my culinary Christmas list. Enjoy!
The Winter Collection, $60. www.charleschocolates.com. This festive collection not only has tasty winter-inspired chocolates inside, but the box itself makes for a delicious treat (it’s really chocolate!)
Tea Code, $27. www.charlesandmarie.com. I’m a sucker for a handle-less mug. I’m also a sucker for buttons, large, colorful buttons. So, to me, this mug is pretty darn perfect. Plus, you can attach your tea bag to the button. So clever.
Godiva Ultimate Collection, $130. www.godiva.com. If you picked up the December issue of Arizona Foothills Magazine, you’ll recognize this beauty. This magical gold box houses 36 assorted chocolates, 20 chocolate truffles and 23 assorted chocolate biscuits.
Christmas Blessings Box, $45. www.wolfermans.com. Every Christmas morning, my mom and dad cook us kids a breakfast feast. I wouldn’t mind adding some more carbs into the mix with delectable English muffins and cinnamon rolls.
Carton Vase, $7. www.cb2.com. Milk’s kinda awesome–it’s full of calcium and is cereal’s best friend. And now, its carton makes the most adorable flower vase.
Plus, here’s a sweet deal if you’re planning on going the gift card route (www.foxrc.com):