Last year this was one of my most popular posts, so I knew I needed to bring back the sweeter things gift guide for another year. This year it features even more goodness and I hope it inspires you with what to buy for your loved ones who love the sweeter things in life.
Hands down one of my favourite things on the list, for £40 the tin contains 16 hand-iced biscuits which are great for re-packing as little individual gifts or for a loved one who loves biscuits. Everything from the tin to the way each biscuit looks, it’s a must-have. There are a variety of other options on their site if you’re looking for something in a lower price range. I’ve recently finished off my biscuits and the tin is great for storing crackers in.
If you saw last years guide you will know I am a *little* obsessed with chocolate that looks like other items, last year I featured a biscuit tray where all of the biscuits looked amazing, and in the pictures even now I find it hard to figure out which are made of chocolate. Oh and some chocolate vegetables which looked scarily realistic. This year I’ve stepped it up and gone for a full cheese board made out of chocolate. The cheese looks so genuine and it’s amazing how much it actually looks like cheese, the stilton being my favourite. The board is also edible, making it even more of an experience.
For £20 this is one the most ‘worth it’ presents on the list. For the cost and the quality, it’s such a bargain. The hamper includes two pizza slices, one is salted caramel and the other is honeycomb. As well as chocolate popcorn and also a big box of chocolate gems. The gift is presented in a lovely hamper with a ribbon on, giving you the full hamper experience. For someone like me who is a HUGE pizza fan, this gift is ideal.
Finally, for the most colourful gift on the list is this personalised retro sweet hamper, full of your favourite childhood delights. This is a hamper not to be reckoned with, filled to the brim with 27 varieties of sweets! Great for sharing with friends or for a gift for a loved one, with a printed A5 card which allows you to personalise the hamper and give it that extra special touch. For £35 including the basket and tissue paper, I think it’s a great choice for a gift and also can be gifted for any age, also it lasts for ages as the sweets are individually wrapped. My favourite thing about this hamper is that it included a pack of candy sticks which I didn’t know were even a thing anymore! If this doesn’t float your boat, also on The Personalised Gift Shop, they offer a variety of other hampers including one for coffee lovers and fizzy sweets. P.s. I was giving to give this to Will at Christmas but the goodies were just too much to endure waiting for!
*This gift guide contains items which were kindly gifted to me, all of my opinions are my own as usual, although I cannot promise no pizza were harmed in the process of this gift guide, sorry.
Let me know in the comments which your favourite gift is.
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