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Mother's Day Gift Guide


Theres just over two weeks to go until Mothers Day, and Ive put together a helpful gift guide that foodie mums will love!

If you’re looking for the best foodie gifts this Mother’s Day, check out my selection below.

Featuring afternoon tea, a sushi making set, and some award-winning sauces… there’s something for everyone!

Kelly Loves Ultimate Sushi Kit £29.99

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Kelly Loves Ultimate sushi making kit would make a great gift and experience for Mother’s Day - the kit has everything you need to make your own sushi at home, and it would be nice to spend time making the sushi together.

The kit includes a bento box, sushi mat, nori, sushi rice, wasabi, ginger, fried onions, spicy mayo and rice vinegar. There’s a lot in there! All you need to add is the fresh ingredients to create your own sushi rolls and maki.

Fortnum & Mason celebration cream tea selection £120

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Fortnum’s Celebratory Cream Tea is a twist on their classic selection, and is a double win because it's a gift that any recipient would love, and there’s enough for two so you could enjoy it too!

This selection comes packed into one of Fortnum’s eau de nil cool bags, and it is full of goodies. It includes scones, almond brownies, chocolate truffles, afternoon blend tea, and a bottle of rosé champagne.

Sarah Gordon glass pitcher at Anthropologie £56


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If you’re looking for a gift for someone who loves kitchenware and tableware, this glass pitcher from Anthropologie would be perfect. The Sarah Gordon range is exclusive to Anthropologie, and this jug is my favourite piece in the collection.

Sarah Gordon’s work comprises modern designs with contrasting colours, and the designs are inspired by seaweed, coral, botanicals, insects and birds.

Anya’s Tea Cakes £30

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Anya Hindmarch’s tea cakes are perfect for anyone with a sweet tooth, and these are such a nostalgic gift for anyone who used to enjoy (or still does!) a Tunnock’s tea cake.

These are made with a buttery biscuit topped with a fluffy marshmallow, and then hand coated in a delicious milk chocolate. Luckily you get 6 of these in a tin because one just wouldn’t be enough! And I love the Anya Cafe design tin that these come in.

Liberty Ianthe blossom Mother’s Day suitcase hamper £115

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The suitcase hamper from Liberty makes this a really unique gift, a real change from the usual wicker hampers you often get for food gifting. The case is wrapped in Liberty fabric’s Ianthe Blossom print which has a classic design inspired by Art Nouveau icon, Ianthe.

This hamper contains four tasty treats… a tin of English breakfast tea, all butter shortbread, pink marc de champagne truffles, and a miniature bottle of sloe gin.

Sauce by The Langham Bread Making Course £150


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Gifting an experience is always a nice treat, and The Langham’s cookery school has a range of different courses available including the bread making course.

On this course you’ll learn about the four pillars of bread making, and be guided by The Langham’s expert chefs on how to make a selection of different breads from a classic white loaf to enriched doughs.

A light lunch is also included, and you’ll be given a recipe pack from the day to take home.

Our place Always Pan £125

A pan might not seem like the most exciting gift, but I absolutely love my always pan and think it would be a welcome gift for anyone who does a lot of cooking.

This is called the always pan because it's designed to do it all, and since I’ve had mine I’ve hardly used any other pans. It braises, steams, sears, strains, sautes, fries, boils… and is made with a toxin-free non-stick ceramic. It comes in some really nice colour options, and there are accessories you can add to it as well like the spruce steamer and fry deck.

Honeywell Mum watercolour biscuits £20


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These delicious vanilla biscuits spell either Mum or Mums, and are hand painted to create a beautiful watercolour design. Honeywell bake all their biscuits using locally sourced ingredients where possible, and are committed to reducing waste. They recycle and reuse everything they can, and any food waste is either composted or used as animal feed!

The biscuits come in a sturdy box to ensure they travel well with no breakages so ideal if you need to send a gift in the post, and all their packaging is eco-friendly too.

Farmison cooked free range whole chicken roast £27.95

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Why not give mum a break from cooking on Mother’s Day, and make a delicious roast chicken dinner.

Farmison’s new sous vide range has made preparing a roast dinner a lot easier, and quicker! This free range chicken has already been slow-cooked for ultimate tenderness, and is ready to eat after a quick 40 minute roast at home.

Make sure you order their yorkshire pudding mix too, and the chicken schmaltz to use for making the best roasties.

Nojo taster pack £13.95

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If you’ve not heard of Nojo, they make a range of award-winning sauces. They use the best quality ingredients to make their different sauces, and they are all planted base. Nojo are a certified B-corp too so you know they’re doing good things!

This taster pack is a great way to try three of their best sauces, and comes in a box making this very giftable. The pack includes their traditional sauces… teriyaki, sesame and white miso.