Like I did the last time I thought I’d compile a list of products that I’ve found and love to share with my readers. This gift guide is meant to offer you some inspiration and hopefully take the guess work out of those last minute gifts you may still need to buy.
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This Eco-friendly Honey Jar and Honey Stick are made of Acacia and Teak wood from managed forests. The rope handle in the center of the jar’s lid pops out the center lid off to place the honey stick inside. A really beautiful way to store your honey.
(4) TCHO-A-DAY 30
As some of you may know, I’m addicted to my daily dose of chocolate. But, it turns out, this is a good thing. You see, a growing body of scientific research has shown dark chocolate has a wide range of health benefits. Luckily the people at TCHO are paying attention and have created a perfect way for you to get your daily does of chocolate with these 8 gram “doses,” to take as needed, at home or at work or wherever.
This beautiful 3-tier cake stand would be great for serving cookies or hors d’oeuvres. It’s made of Acacia wood and the producer Chabatree makes all their kitchenware from wood of managed forests and uses no chemical finishes on their products, to create less impact on the environment.
Start some engaging conversation at your next party with these 135 question cards that will get your guests talking and discover something new about your family and friends!
Like many of you I have my concerns about chemicals leaching into my water since we’ve learned that polycarbonate bottles release the chemical BPA into our drinks. That’s where these Lifefactory glass bottles come in; a sturdy glass bottle with a screw top lid, housed in a protective silicone sleeve these bottles hold a lot of water and the entire thing is dishwasher safe.
The Norm Glass Kettle Teapot is a beautiful merge of Asian philosophy and modern Scandinavian design. A special feature that I liked is the how the tea egg is placed in the centre of the pot and easily raised by pulling the attached string when the tea is ready for serving.
Some of you may recognize that stack of cookies on the bottom right, those are the über light and crispy chocolate chip cookies from Tate’s Bakeshop.
Kathleen King has built her reputation and successful bakery business on those famous chocolate chip cookies, a longtime favorite of cookie lovers everywhere. In her cookbook, she shares even more recipes for delicious cookies, muffins, pies, cakes, scones and brownies. The recipes are easy to make even for beginning bakers and deliver each time. I know I’ll be making those old-fashioned soft sugar cookies again many times!
HINT: stayed tuned because tomorrow I have a great Tate’s Bakeshop giveaway for you!
Do you have any favorite gift ideas either store bought or homemade? If so please share them below so that everyone can see.