Christmas Gift Guide 2016
If you’re a baker looking for a few ideas to add to your “Christmas Wish List” or your shopping for a baker, then I have a list of the best baking related gifts.
10. Not on the High Street- Personalised Whisk Set
“Not on the High Street” have some amazing gifts in for bakers. The site is super easy to navigate and have an entire section dedicated to baker themed gifts. I’ve selected this personalised whisk set as I thought it was perfect for any baker, whether they’re an amateur or a professional. And the fact that it came be personalised gives it that extra special touch.
9. Amazon- Great British Bake Off: Christmas
Now it wouldn’t be a baker’s gift guide without including a baking book. And what baking fanatic doesn’t love a bit of “The Great British Bake Off”. This Christmas edition should be on every bakers Christmas wish list.
8. Etsy- Personalised Cook Book Holder
This recipe book stand can be used for both books, iPad’s and tablets. For the more tech-y baker this would be perfect (especially if there a fan of this blog and want to use the recipes for “Life’s What You Bake It”) Again anything that can personalised always adds an extra thoughtful touch.
7. Baking Heaven Magazine Subscription
A magazine subscription is the gift that just keeps on giving. Even after the Christmas festivities are over there still receiving gifts! It’s also a great idea for the trendy baker who looks to keep on top of new trends in the baking world. I’ve opted for this one from Baking Heaven, however are so many to choose from on the market, that any baker would be thrilled with.
6. Amazon- The Great British Colouring Book
This is an absolute bargain, priced at only £4.99!! An amazing price point for a gift that any baker would love, or to have on their own list to Santa, a sure winner. Especially with the whole adult colouring phase now, this would make a great stocking filler or a secret Santa gift.
5. Boots- Rosie’s Pantry- 2 Tier Cake Stand
Every baker should have a tiered cake stand in their kitchen, however some of them can be quite pricey. But I’ve managed to find this on Boots by Rosie’s Pantry for only £16 and it has this lovely vintage design on it. There are other things in the Rosie’s Pantry collection that would equally make just as lovey gifts, better yet there all on 3 for 2!!! And they have matching designs on them. So if you know of someone who’s just started getting into to baking then this could be the perfect way to help them build their collection up.
4. Anthropologie- Macaroon Christmas Ornament Set
Any baker would love to have these on their Christmas tree. There probably the most Pinterest-y decorations I’ve seen this year. Christmas decorations make a nice present especially if their personal to the person you’re buying for. They will get them out every year and it adds a bit of personality to their Christmas tree.
3. Etsy- Yellowstone- Baking Tea Towel
This tea towel is super cute and would look amazing in any baker’s kitchen. The design of it super girly. Check out there Etsy page for more designs like this one.
2. Not on the High Street- Personalised Apron
An essential for every baker… an apron. Everyone who enjoys to bake will probably already own an apron, but the likelihood having on that they enjoy wearing and generally like is less likely. Getting them a practical gift that can also be fun is always a great idea.
1.Debenhams- Cupcake’s Baking Bowl
Debenhams have an amazing selection of bakeware and they also have an amazing home Christmas range. I’ve chosen this cupcake bowl but the pattern is adorable! Also it looks a lot more expensive than it actually is, making it great value for money.