4 Tasty Last Minute Holiday Gift Ideas - Food & Beverage Magazine

4 Tasty Last Minute Holiday Gift Ideas

Copyright Extravagonzo Gourmet Foods
Copyright Extravagonzo Gourmet Foods
Copyright Extravagonzo Gourmet Foods
Copyright Extravagonzo Gourmet Foods

Like untold millions of others, amid the rapidly approaching holiday you may be frantically trying to find that perfect gift for someone special but your mind is drawing a blank. This pressure is exponentially harder when shopping for that person who “has it all.” Keep calm and read on, as here are a few diverse gift ideas that, given easy online purchasing, can still swing the time crunch for the impending exchange.

extravaGONZO Culinary Oils (www.ExtravagonzoFoods.com) – $13.99 Oils/$15.49 Balsamics
Foodies, rejoice! extravaGONZO premium infused culinary oils will add the “hum” to your hummus. Make your deviled eggs more devilish. Add a people-pleasing punch to your pasta. They make that which is already good taste even better. Indeed, even just a drizzle can turn everyday fare into something special. Just in time for the holidays, extravaGONZO has expanded its gourmet line of infused olive oils to include Jalapeño Lime, Roasted Garlic, Blood Orange and Meyer Lemon. They’ve also added Creamy White and Red Balsamic vinegars from Modena, Italy to its collection. Cook, drizzle, splash and pour with reckless abandon these flavorsome chef-quality products! Through December 31, extravaGONZO is offering free ground shipping on orders of any size and an additional 20% discount on orders of 3 or more bottles.

BōKU Gift of Health (www.BokuSuperfood.com) – $25.99 – $149.95
With those New Year health resolutions well in mind, give the ultimate jump start this holiday season with a BōKU’s Gift of Health package—currently available for a limited time at discounted prices. The Santa Super Starter Kit, available for just $25.99, contains nutritious and delicious things like Cacao Nibs, Chocolate and Vanilla Essentials Super Protein and BōKU Organic Sweet Berries (an organically sweetened, powdered blend of goji berries, hawthorn berries, blackberries, tart cherries, pomegranate, blueberries, acai, strawberries, raspberries, cranberries). The various bountiful bundles from BōKU Superfood, a boutique online company specializing in the absolute highest quality certified organic, vegan and kosher super food products, are perfect for people of all ages and walks of life who are wellness-minded. Each gift is carefully crafted by hand and shipped in a festive woven basket or wooden crate to you or your loved ones, so there’s no wrapping required!

Tasty Mail Order Treats (www.Cheryls.com) / (www.ThePopcornFactory.com) – from $15 to $40
This season I’m mildly obsessed with Cheryl’s cookies, and a cute keepsake from the company is the Cheryl’s Collector’s Edition Gingerbread House Cookie Jar. Crafted from high quality ceramic and hand painted with a glossy finish, this keepsake jar arrives with ten to-die-for buttercream frosted Holiday cookies. This includes Cheryl’s chocolate peppermint, chocolate mint, devil’s food, gingerbread and Cheryl’s famous Holiday cut-out cookies.  Holiday Kettle Corn from ThePopcornFactory.com is also super yummy. All dressed up in cheery red and green colors, this is a salty-sweet, premium popcorn treat won’t disappoint. But it’s ThePopcornFactory.com’s Peppermint Bark Popcorn—premium popcorn drizzled in real white chocolate, then topped with crushed peppermint—that steals the show. It’s decadent and refreshing in every satisfying bite!

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“The Luxe List” Executive Editor Merilee Kern scours the luxury marketplace for exemplary travel experiences, extraordinary events, and notable products and services. Submissions are accepted at www.TheLuxeList.com. Follow her on Twitter here: www.Twitter.com/LuxeListEditor and Facebook here: www.Facebook.com/TheLuxeList.

***Some or all of the accommodations(s), experience(s), item(s) and/or service(s) detailed above were provided at no cost and/or sponsored to accommodate this review, but all opinions expressed are entirely those of Merilee Kern and have not been influenced in any way.***

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