The Big Foodies Christmas Gift Guide 2017

Looking for the perfect Christmas gift for a foodie? Read the Domestic Gothess 2017 foodies Christmas gift guide for inspiration and enter the giveaway for a chance to win prizes!

2017 foodies Christmas gift guide

It is that time of year when I start to panic about not having bought any Christmas presents for anyone yet and wrack my brains trying to think what to get for people. I am not great at finding the perfect gift, except when it comes to foodies! If you are struggling to find a gift for the foodie in your life then read on as I’ve got loads of inspiration for you here!

Foodie hamper from Belazu

You can’t go wrong with a hamper and this one from Belazu is perfect for the passionate foodie. It contains eleven of the finest ingredients which have won 17 great taste stars between them, and are trusted and loved by chefs in some of the world’s most highly acclaimed restaurants. The selection of ingredients is sure to inspire both amateur and professional cooks to get creative in the kitchen (with the help of the enclosed recipe booklet). It contains premium extra virgin olive oils and balsamic vinegar as well as preserved lemons, spice pastes, rose harissa, black olive tapenade and balsamic pearls, all wrapped up in a lovely wicker basket.The hamper retails at £52 with free UK delivery.

Bradfords Christmas party parcels hamper

Bradfords Bakers has a huge range of different hampers available so there is sure to be something to suit everyone. This Christmas Party Parcels hamper comes in three attractive gift boxes with hinged lids that would look lovely under a Christmas tree. It would be perfect for small families and contains a variety of Christmassy goodies including mince pies, shortbread, Christmas pudding, chocolate brownie biscuits, jams, tea, coffee, wine, farmhouse sultana cake, chocolate umbrella, hot chocolate drinking stick and a chocolate fudge cake. The hamper retails at £54.90 and you can choose what date you would like it to be delivered.

baking books 2017

Christmas is the best time for new cookbooks and there are some really lovely ones out this year. Clockwise from top left:

  1. Handmade Gifts From The Kitchen by Alison Walker – A beautifully photographed selection of edible gifts ranging from confectionery, to biscuits, to spice mixes, to jams, to infused spirits. Whether as a Christmas gift, or for yourself in order to make your own Christmas gifts, this book is sure to be invaluable.
  2. Veggie Desserts + Cakes by Kate Hackworthy – Written by fellow food blogger Kate of the blog Veggie Desserts; this book is a celebration of vegetables as a tasty ingredient in cakes and desserts. With innovative, healthier recipes such as vegetable-dyed rainbow cake with coconut confetti, sweet potato and salted hazelnut cookies and beetroot and vanilla sorbet, this is unlike any other cookbook!
  3. Soulful Baker by Julie Jones – Baking became a form of therapy for Julie when her mother was diagnosed with dementia and she recorded the results on Instagram which led to the publication of this beautiful book. There are a lot of baking books out there and to be honest, a lot of them, whilst very attractive and full of lovely recipes, are not particularly original. Or worse still, the recipes don’t work! This book is special because it has loads of lovely recipes that I actually want to make as well as having lots of stunning, innovative decoration ideas.
  4. Sally’s Cookie Addiction by Sally McKenney – Another food blogger turned cookbook author. Sally writes the wildly successful American food blog Sally’s Baking Addiction and this book is a celebration of all things cookie. Including recipes for just about every kind of biscuit and cookie you can imagine, this is the only cookie baking book you will ever need. I have used Sally’s recipes multiple times and they have always worked perfectly. (Just in case you are worried – all the measurements are provided in metric as well as American).
  5. Sweet by Yotam Ottolenghi and Helen Goh – I am a big fan of Ottolenghi’s recipes; they are both innovative and delicious! Sweet (as I’m sure you can tell from the title) is a celebration of all things sugar. The recipes are all incredibly tempting and include such treats as custard yo-yos with roasted rhubarb icing, saffron, orange and honey madeleines, lemon and blackcurrant stripe cake, rolled pavlova with peaches and blackberries and chocolate, rose and walnut ice cream.

cookbooks 2017

Clockwise from top left:

  1. Wild Honey and Rye by Ren Behan – Yet another blogger turned author; Ren is a friend of mine and her lovely book is all about modern Polish recipes. A largely unexplored cuisine in the UK, Ren aims to bring it up to date with modern twists on classic recipes. You can read my full review of the book here.
  2. The Flexible Vegetarian by Jo Pratt – This is a book both for vegetarians and people who are looking to cut down on their meat consumption. It is filled with fully vegetarian recipes that are balanced and delicious in their own right, but also include easy tips and adaptations for adding meat or fish to each one. This is a really good idea and makes it easy to cater for both meat eaters and vegetarians at the same time. I think this is going to become one of my most used recipe books!
  3. North: How To Live Scandinavian by Bronte Aurell – not so much a recipe book per se, though it does contain a few. Rather, this is a tongue-in-cheek guide to scandi living, covering everything from how to dress like a Scandinavian, to how to drink aquavit, to how to correctly slice cheese (yes really!). This book is a joy to read and is both incredibly funny and informative.
  4. Cook Yourself Happy The Danish Way by Caroline Fleming – a book of comforting Danish recipes, each accompanied by a little story behind the dish. This book oozes cosiness (hygge) and focuses on seasonal eating and wholesome, balanced recipes – yes that does include dessert!

christmas treats and sweets

Obviously you can’t have Christmas without some edible goodies so here is a selection of great smaller gifts and stocking fillers. Clockwise from top left:

  1. Mr Stanley’s make a lovely selection of sweets and chocolates in attractive vintage style seaside striped packaging; sure to delight both children and adults alike.
  2. The Biscuiteers make beautifully hand decorated biscuits, chocolates and cakes in all kinds of different designs like this cute Ginger Santa. You can buy selection tins, individual biscuits or biscuit cards.
  3. {GIVEAWAY!} Bakerdays make personalised cakes and cupcakes for all occasions; they have a huge range of different designs to choose from and you can even have your own photos and messages printed on a cake. They have a range of different cake flavours and sizes and also have gluten/wheat and dairy free options so that everyone can enjoy a piece. Their letterbox cakes are sized and packaged so that they can be delivered through a standard letterbox (so they don’t require a signature) and survive the drop to the floor in perfect condition. If you would like to win one for yourself in your choice of design then enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post.
  4. Based in the stunning Cornish town of St Ives, Copperpot Originals is an international confectionery business that has been serving up sweet treats since 1978. They make the most delicious fudge and honeycomb; the apple and cinnamon butter fudge is particularly good!
  5. Elizabeth D Bakes makes a range of gluten free cakes and goodies, including vegan, dairy-free and low sugar options. The gluten free stollen means that even those with an intolerance can enjoy my favourite festive treat!
  6. Did you know that the milkman doesn’t just deliver milk?! With Milk & More you can get all sorts of groceries delivered to your door, including lovely Christmas hampers gifts like these Cartwright & Butler goodies.

christmas chocolates

Clockwise from top left:

  1. If all else fails then a box of chocolates is always a safe bet and Hotel Chocolat has something for everyone. The Classic Christmas Chocolate Sleekster (£22.50) includes a delicious range of festive inspired chocolate truffles, caramels and pralines.
  2. Find Me A Gift has all kinds of quirky and unusual gifts for everyone, like this Mini Chocolate Cheese Board (£14.99). Three different kinds of chocolate ‘cheese’, naturally dyed chocolate grapes and a little white chocolate mouse sit on top of a solid Belgian milk chocolate board.
  3. Swiss Kiss have come up with an alternative to the usual advent calendars – a Twelvetide calendar (£10). Twelvetide is an alternative name for the twelve Days of Christmas and starts on Christmas Day. The Twelvetide calendars have designs based on the well-known song On the First Day of Christmas and contain delicious pink champagne truffles; there are also a range of lovely cards.
  4. The Grown Up Chocolate Company make chocolates that are reminiscent of the bars we ate as children, but re-imagined for Grown Ups only. Their festive flavours include delicious Festive Fig And Port and Magnificent Mince Pie (£2.95 each).
  5. If you fancy making your own natural organic chocolates (or know someone else who does), then a Chocolate Kit from Indigo Herbs is just the thing. It includes everything that you need to make delicious, healthier chocolates. (£12.99 – £23.99)

Vonshef cheeseboard

You can’t have Christmas without cheese and this VonShef square bamboo cheese board set (£22.99) is just the thing to serve it on. It is a hardwearing 100% natural bamboo wood board with large cracker serving border and concealed slide out storage tray which includes a stilton knife, cheddar knife, hard cheese knife and cheese fork – all with strong stainless steel blades and smooth bamboo handles. If this one doesn’t suit then VonShef has loads of other serving set options!

For a change to the usual crackers, give these sourdough crispbreads from Peter’s Yard a try. In Spelt & Poppy Seed, Charcoal & Rye and Original flavours, they are designed to complement the perfect cheese board (£6.95).

Gift ideas for a baker

If you are looking for ideas for someone who is a keen baker then look no further! Left photo, clockwise from top left:

  1. OXO bakeware is incredibly good quality – commercial grade heavy-gauge aluminised steel provides fast, even heat distribution and lasting durability and stability, it is non-stick and is scratch, stain, corrosion and abrasion resistant and the micro-textured pattern ensures even baking. I use my OXO pans more often than I do any others! (£18 – £28).
  2. I also love my OXO Bakers Dusting Wand (£10) which is perfect for sprinkling decorative icing sugar or cocoa powder.
  3. I don’t know of any baker who wouldn’t love a Nordic Ware bundt tin. They are a bit pricy but you can sometimes find deals on Amazon or in TK Maxx/HomeSense.
  4. Joseph Joseph have got loads of innovative, well-made kitchen and homeware. This 2-in-1 Measuring Jug has two chambers; a mini one for measuring liquids from as little as 5ml, and the larger one which measures up to 1 litre (£14).
  5. The Joseph Joseph TriScale Folding Digital Scale is very clever – it folds down to an extremely compact size so that it can easily be stored in a drawer. It  has an easy-to-read LCD display, touch-sensitive buttons, an auto power-off feature and a convenient ‘add and weigh’ function and measures in gms, lbs, ozs, fl.ozs and mls. (£35)
  6. Squires Kitchen has everything you need for cake making and decorating. You can combine both art and baking with this set of edible cake paints which are perfect for painting onto sugarpaste (rolled fondant), modelling paste, Sugar Florist Paste (gum paste) and marzipan. (£16.50).

Right Hand Picture:

{GIVEAWAY!} Ragged Rose provide a wide range of cotton products including this festive Betty Retro Style Silver Grey Christmas Apron which is a lovely seasonal silver grey cotton apron scattered with white Christmas stars, reindeer and Christmas trees. (£20). If you fancy winning one for yourself then you can enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post.

Breville stand and hand mixer

The Breville Compact Twin Motor Hand And Stand Food Mixer combines two types of mixer into one – the hand mixer detaches from the stand for if you are just whipping up something small, or it can be used on the stand like a classic stand mixer. With two types of beaters, ten different mixer speeds, two bowl speeds and a large, 3.2 litre stainless steel mixing bowl this mixer is great for mixing, whipping, creaming, mashing and kneading; the perfect gift for an aspiring baker. (rrp £57.98).

gift ideas for the cook

Ideas for the cook:

  1. The Bamix (rrp £99) is a powerful immersion blender that can be used for a great range of tasks. It has interchangeable heads (multipurpose, whisk and beater attachments) to allow it to perform different functions such as chopping, puréeing, beating, blending, frothing, stirring and emulsifying. You can also get various accessories to use with it such as a wet and dry mill (£26.99) that enables you to use it like a mini food processor – it can grind coffee beans, be used to turn regular sugar into icing sugar, make condiments and dips, and grind spices. The Bamix is a kitchen powerhouse that is sure to become indispensable.
  2. ProCook have a huge range of cookware at affordable prices; from saucepans to knife sets. This lovely 15cm Granite Pestle and Mortar is reassuringly solid and heavy, perfect for grinding herbs and spices, and looks great out on the countertop too. (£19)
  3. They may look small and unassuming, but these paring knives by Victorinox are mighty sharp and incredibly useful; I use mine almost daily and wouldn’t want to be without them.
  4. This Complete Grate And Slice Set by OXO contains coarse and medium grating and straight and julienne slicing surfaces. Each can be used over bowls or plates or placed on top of the lid, which doubles as a container for collecting and measuring. Non-slip feet keep the lid steady while grating or slicing. It all packs up neatly in it’s own little case so is easy and compact to store. (£31)
  5. Fissler make high quality pans and pressure cookers; the SensoRed 20cm frying pan is special in that the thermo-sensitive coating changes colour when the pan is up to temperature so you don’t put the food in too early. It is non-stick and suitable for induction cookers as well as regular ones. (£77.32)
  6. Ross & Ross make a range of quality foodie gifts, including Christmas hampers and home-curing kits. This Salmon Curing Kit contains everything you need to make your own smoky beetroot and gin cured salmon, you just need to provide the salmon yourself. (£21)

Salter air fryer

The Salter 4.5 Litre Digital Hot Air Fryer is a great gift for someone who is trying to eat more healthily. It enables you to cook delicious fried foods with only a very light coating of oil (or even none at all) meaning that you can have your chips and eat them too! Not just chips however, the air fryer can also be used to cook things like breaded chicken or fish, roasted vegetables, meat, spring rolls and even quiche as well as loads of other things (doughnuts are on my list of things to try cooking in it!). The air fryer is really easy to use and clean (I HATE cleaning my deep fat fryer, but this was a breeze), and these potato wedges came out perfectly crispy on the outside and soft in the middle and took around 20 minutes to cook. I can see this thing getting a lot of use in my kitchen! (rrp £199.99).

American Originals snow cone maker

The American Originals Snow Cone Maker shaves ice cubes into ‘snow’, and you then pour over flavoured syrups or fruit juices to make tasty snow cones. It is a great one for kids (I have fond memories of eating snow cones as a child); but it is not just for children! – Cocktail snow cones anyone?! (£38.49)

Ahmad teas Buckingham tea party hamper

I drink a lot (a LOT) of tea and I’ve got some great gift ideas for tea lovers. First up is this Buckingham Tea Party Hamper from Ahmad Tea. Filled with a huge selection of teas including Green Selection, Classic Selection, Fruit Selection, Vanilla Tranquility (which I have become slightly addicted to!), English Afternoon, Cinnamon Haze, Raspberry & Pomegranate Green Tea, Peppermint & Lemon, Lemon & Ginger and Detox Infusion, along with two mugs; this hamper would make a lovely gift for someone who really likes their tea! (£40).

gift ideas for the tea lover

  1. As well as hampers, Ahmad Tea have some really lovely Christmas themed gifts such as these cute Tea Baubles (£4 each) filled with English Breakfast, Earl Grey and English Tea No. 1, a Musical Tea Caddy (£8) that plays Jingle Bells filled with Earl Grey, Christmas Tree Caddies (£6 each) filled with loose leaf English Breakfast tea and Magic Tea (£8) and London Christmas (£5) tea collections.
  2. Maid In China Design make beautiful, quirky products such as these Circus Stack Mugs (£60) which sit on top of each other to make up a tower of balancing circus performers. With performing animals printed on both sides, the mugs can be stacked in a number of ways, or stand on their podium individually. The fine bone china cups bring a little bit of fun and magic to tea time and because they stack they also store away neatly in the cupboard. They are part of a wider circus-themed tea time range which includes a Carousel Tea Set and Tiger Toast Rack.
  3. Jing Tea sell exceptional quality teas and beautiful teaware like this lovely glass One Cup Tea-iere  (£20). Like a cafetiere without the plunger, the Tea-iere brews exactly the right amount of loose leaf tea for one cup, making drinking loose leaf easy. You can also get a glass Tea Timer (£12) to help you to brew your tea to perfection.
  4. Hoogly Tea is based around the Danish concept of ‘Hygge’ – a feeling of warmth, wellbeing and cosiness. (Hoogly is the pronunciation of ‘hyggelig,’ the adjective of Hygge). They create a unique and healthy range of blends made with luxury natural ingredients, and have some really delicious, interesting flavour combinations, my favourites being Marzipan Rooibos (£5.25) and Chocolate Brownie Black Tea (£5.25).

where there's tea there's hope

  1. ​Adagio Teas have just about every flavour of tea that you could possibly want or dream of. My favourites are the flavoured black teas which come in such delicious flavours as Pumpkin Spice, Candy Apple and Apricot.
  2. I heartily agree with the sentiment of this ‘Where There’s Tea There’s Hope’ apron (£7.50) from U Studio and think it would make a great gift for someone who loves both tea and cooking.

blue coffee box

{GIVEAWAY} {Reader Discount} All this talk of tea, we can’t forget about the coffee fanatics! Blue Coffee Box sell top quality coffees and offer a subscription service where each month you receive three 135g bags of specialty coffee, ground and roasted to your specification. Each comes with origin and tasting notes and you can choose your roast, from light to dark (or surprise me!) and whether you would like whole beans, or ground for cafetiere, dripper or espresso. The coffees are all ethically sourced directly from farmers and local cooperatives from the 17 coffee producing countries around the world, and are then freshly roasted by the best of the UK’s 300+ expert roasters. Membership costs £17.99 per month (or less for 3, 6 or 12-month advanced payment). Members can cancel, pause, skip or upgrade any time.

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christmas drinks

Obviously drinks are always going to go down well at Christmas; clockwise from top left:

  1. Tipplesworth make cocktail mixers, kits and cases, bringing you better cocktails served in style. Founded by Lady Tipplesworth, they produce cocktail mixers such as Espresso Martini, Raspberry Mojito, Bramble and Mince Pie Syrup.
    Here are Lady Tipplesworth’s top 5 tips for making Christmas cocktails: 1. No Shaker No Problem – Misplaced your shaker? Fear not, even your humble jam-jar can act as a vessel for shaking. Cocktails are meant to be fun and messy, so don’t feel left out if you don’t have fancy barware. The Tipplesworth Mince Pie Martini just loves a jam jar! 2. Stick to Measures – Keeping the balance right and using a measure is key to a tasty cocktail. Once the basics are covered, you can tweak the recipe as you taste. 3. Festive Tweaks – Festive twists are fun at Christmas! Swap gin for sloe gin in a Negroni and add some cloves to your orange garnish to transform your tipple. Or give your Old Fashioned a new winter makeover, switching sugar syrup for maple syrup. Watch Lady Tipplesworth make one on her You Tube channel. 4. Savoury or Sweet – Salt or sugar rim? Make it stick by wetting the outer edge of your glass with water or citrus juice, then rolling this edge onto a plate of salt or sugar. When using salt, flaked is best. 5. Garnish is Good – Orange or lemon twist? Don’t let all of the delicious aromatic oils go to waste – twist peel over your glass to catch them in your cocktail.
  2. Glen Moray Classic Single Malt Scotch Whisky is aged for an average of seven years in entirely ex-bourbon casks. It is light, smooth and easy-drinking, with sweet,fruity and floral notes. (£21).
  3. The Dubliner Irish Whiskey is a blend of single malt and grain whiskeys; it has a smooth, mellow flavour with hints of honey sweetness and spice. Perfect either on the rocks or in a cocktail. Available to buy here. (£26.95).
  4. Aluna Coconut combines the delicious flavour of natural toasted coconut with fine rums from Guatemala and The Caribbean. It is naturally lower in sugar than other coconut rums, without sacrificing any of the flavour. Try it in a pina colada or a coconut milk hot chocolate! Available to buy here from 31Dover, my favourite online drinks retailer. (£24.95)

Christmas gins and drinks

Clockwise from top left:

  1. Demijohn create a range of delicious artisan liqueurs, gins and spirits; available as individual bottles or in elegant gift cases. You can even have them personalised with hand written messages on the bottle.
  2. Curio Rock Samphire Gin is made with hand foraged samphire from the Cornish cliff tops, blended with fragrant botanicals and distilled in small batches, for exceptional quality and a delicately smooth gin.
  3. Christmas means cocktails and cocktails means cocktail cherries – Opies is the brand to look for; available in all major supermarkets.
  4. Drinks21 has a huge range of interesting and unusual artisan drinks and spirits, such as this Blue Bottle Artisan Dry Gin. With a heady mix of botanicals, both floral and spice notes and a subtle nutmeg sweetness, this is a well rounded gin with plenty of flavour, without being overpowering; and the bottle is truly beautiful too! (£40)
  5. The Lakes Gin Filled Baubles Gift Set from Find Me A Gift is sure to go down well with a gin-lover! The Lakes Gin is a flavoursome speciality gin created in The Lake District, from locally sourced ingredients including Cumbrian Juniper, and a delicious myrias of 13 other native botanicals, including heather, meadowsweet and billberry; the end result boasts a distinctive wild botanical flavour. The set includes six gin filled baubles, two each of The Lakes Gin, The Lakes Sloe Gin Liqueur and The Lakes Damson Gin Liqueur.
  6. Luscombe make a range of delicious drinks and tonics which are great both as mixers, and for serving on their own as a non-alcoholic option. The elderflower tonic water makes a great G&T!
  7. Salcombe Gin is an exceptional London dry gin which is distilled and crafted in Salcombe, South Devon. It is distilled with 13 fine botanicals hand sourced from around the world, including Macedonian juniper, English coriander seed and fresh citrus.

geometrico coaster set

The Geometrico Star Coaster Set is a striking, modern coaster set made from precision cut natural wool felt which is resilient to staining, wicks away moisture from condensation and insulates against high temperatures. It looks great out on the coffee table and the individual diamonds can be re-arranged into different shapes for endless fun. (£18).

Disclaimer – I was sent some of these products for inclusion in this guide; all opinions are my own.

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57 Comments on The Big Foodies Christmas Gift Guide 2017

  1. Sj Dc
    December 5, 2017 at 11:13 am (1 week ago)

    for all my family to e able to be together

    Reply
  2. Suzanne
    December 5, 2017 at 11:44 am (1 week ago)

    Warm socks and coffee for total relaxation.

    Reply
  3. Michaela Smith
    December 5, 2017 at 2:32 pm (1 week ago)

    To be honest all I really want is a happy and healthy family Christmas and if Santa could see his way into dropping off a few lush bath bombs that would be much appreciated 🙂

    Reply
  4. Emma Jones
    December 5, 2017 at 3:19 pm (1 week ago)

    Would love a new pair of boots 😀

    Reply
  5. Tracey Peach
    December 5, 2017 at 3:51 pm (1 week ago)

    A hug is what I would love for Christmas it’s been a tough year xxx

    Reply
  6. Jules Eley
    December 5, 2017 at 5:08 pm (1 week ago)

    I want a hamper!

    Reply
  7. Rachel Craig
    December 5, 2017 at 6:22 pm (1 week ago)

    Peace, Happiness, to spend quality time with Loved Ones. A gift of a Spa Short Break would be welcome and appreciated.
    Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

    Reply
  8. laura banks
    December 5, 2017 at 7:04 pm (1 week ago)

    some dvds would be fab

    Reply
  9. Rebecca Brown
    December 5, 2017 at 9:00 pm (1 week ago)

    All I want for Christmas is a day off!

    Reply
  10. Kevin Honey
    December 5, 2017 at 10:50 pm (1 week ago)

    I’ll be greatful for whatever I am given

    Reply
  11. Solange
    December 6, 2017 at 1:10 am (1 week ago)

    A Fitbit, a new iPad, an Amazon Echo Dot and an exercise bike. So not much really!

    Reply
  12. Charlotte
    December 6, 2017 at 10:23 am (1 week ago)

    i dont really need anything for xmas so maybe just some perfume and pjs 😛

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  13. jo liddement
    December 6, 2017 at 11:29 am (1 week ago)

    I would love some books and some natural eco cosmetics.

    Reply
  14. Sheena Batey
    December 6, 2017 at 11:39 pm (1 week ago)

    Funnily enough a cross stitch kit

    Reply
  15. Lyla
    December 7, 2017 at 9:52 pm (1 week ago)

    I would love a coffee machine

    Reply
  16. Judy Kennedy
    December 8, 2017 at 12:34 pm (7 days ago)

    A ticket to see Mary J Blige live

    Reply
  17. Judith Allen
    December 8, 2017 at 3:44 pm (7 days ago)

    Kindle spends and mint chocolate please!

    Reply
  18. Sarah Ann
    December 9, 2017 at 3:47 pm (6 days ago)

    Some pampering goodies, face masks would be nice.

    Reply
  19. ADEINNE TONNER
    December 10, 2017 at 7:01 pm (4 days ago)

    I would love some new ugg boots for Christmas.

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  20. Carole Nott
    December 10, 2017 at 9:05 pm (4 days ago)

    i would like all the usual nice things including perfume and chocolate

    Reply
  21. Lisa Pond
    December 11, 2017 at 12:33 am (4 days ago)

    A coffee machine

    Reply
  22. Lucia Critchley
    December 12, 2017 at 11:39 am (3 days ago)

    I would like lots of cheese and wine!

    Reply
  23. Rachel White
    December 12, 2017 at 12:28 pm (3 days ago)

    I’d like to get some new hair straighteners

    Reply
  24. Alica
    December 12, 2017 at 2:24 pm (3 days ago)

    I have asked for an air fryer but will probably get a smelly set! lol

    Reply
  25. Stevie
    December 12, 2017 at 5:09 pm (3 days ago)

    I would like a mechanical pencil this year.

    Reply
  26. olivia Kirby
    December 12, 2017 at 8:17 pm (2 days ago)

    A new handbag as I’ve had mine for ages

    Reply
  27. Mary H
    December 12, 2017 at 8:23 pm (2 days ago)

    I’d love a brand new winter coat. I usually buy second hand so it would be a treat.

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  28. Lauren Main
    December 12, 2017 at 11:17 pm (2 days ago)

    Some new dr martens!

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  29. Alexandra A
    December 13, 2017 at 12:10 am (2 days ago)

    I honestly just want a delicious christmas dinner, that is enough to make me happy!

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  30. Julie Ward
    December 13, 2017 at 12:48 pm (2 days ago)

    A new kitchen, I doubt that santa got my letter though

    Reply
  31. Allan Wilson
    December 13, 2017 at 3:02 pm (2 days ago)

    I’m happy if I get a big box of Liquorice Allsorts

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  32. clara b
    December 13, 2017 at 9:50 pm (1 day ago)

    a blender

    Reply
  33. Natalie Gillham
    December 14, 2017 at 12:58 am (1 day ago)

    Just to spend some arare quality time with my amily!

    Reply

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