12 June, 2020
If lockdown has left you feeling totally overwhelmed with how you are going to get gifts for the special men in your life, do not panic! We have put together a guide of some of the top foodie gifts around, all delivered, to help put a smile on their faces this Father’s Day.
Foodie inspired Father’s Day Gift Ideas
This vegan-friendly home bread baking kit includes easy instructions for Dad on how he can shape and bake the dough into inspiring creations.
The kit comes with a handy stencil to produce some brilliant Football Rolls or you can even make a ‘Footboule’ Loaf or do both. Just cut out the pattern, sieve over the flour and voila!
If pizza is your dads favourite, then he just just needs to add 300ml of his favourite beer to create a brilliantly boozy pizza base, laced with his best-loved toppings! Final orders must be placed by 3pm on Thursday 18th June for delivery in time for Sunday 21st June.
For a man who loves all things Heinz, you’ll be pleased to hear that Heinz have launched a personalisation service in time for Father’s Day. Be quick though, as you have to order by Friday 12th June to ensure delivery in time for Father’s Day (although if you’re not time sensitive, this is available throughout 2020). Available from https://heinztohome.co.uk, you can personalise his ketchup, mayo and even soup! All products cost £5.49 and delivery is £3.50. Click here to see the range.
If your dad loves meat, look no further than the Donald Russell DJ BBQ Selection Box (discounted from £79.80 to £39.90 + free delivery). Serving 4-6 people, the selection contains Beef Rump Cap ( 950g), 2 packs Minced Steak (440g per pack), 4 Steak & Mushroom Burgers (in packs of 2, 300g per pack), 4 Steak, Bacon and Gherkin Burgers (in packs of 2, 300g per pack), 8 Porchetta Pork Sausages (in packs of 4, 280g per pack), 1 pack Alpine Fries (200g), 4 Potato Rosti (200g).
If Dad is a chocolate lover, look no further than Love Cocoa. This luxury, ethical chocolate brand was created by James Cadbury (the great-great-great grandson of Mr John Cadbury). Handmade in Britain, the brand has just had a redesign and the bars now sport beautiful design-led packaging. From Gin & Tonic Bars through to Peruvian Dark Chocolate Bars, it’s all about chocolate with a contemporary twist.
There is also a red wine themed hamper and even letterbox sized chocolate treats. See the full range here.
If Dad loves nuts, then look no further than the Father’s Day Massive Nuts Gift Box(£25 with free national delivery), raising funds and awareness for testicular cancer(£2.50 per box).
Each gift wrapped box contains: 1kg Olly’s Nuts Bag (Choose from Chilli & Lime, Sweet & Spicy, Smokey or Salty Nuts), Hand-written Father’s Day Card with Personalised Message, a Pouch of Olly’s Olives, £5 No Heroes Beer Gift Card and a cool £2.50 Donation to The Oddballs Foundation. The Oddballs Foundation is raising awareness of testicular cancer, with a goal to make a different to male health around the world. Testicular cancer is around 95% curable so early diagnosis and regular checking is important – who better to chat this through with than dad?
See the full Olly’s Olives range on their website.
Butlers, the letterbox cheese shop have a super indulgent, cheesy gift box that is deliverable straight to dad’s door! Butlers Farmhouse Cheeses and their Letterbox Cheese parcels are here to help, delivering quality British cheeses directly to your loved ones. Available in two sizes, the perfect parcels contain a blue, a soft and a hard cheese, along with Peter’s Yard crackers and Wilkin & Sons Chutney. The star of each box is Butlers’ flagship cheese, Blacksticks Blue. A boundary-pushing cheese, Blacksticks Blue is the gold award-winning, orange-blue cheese with a creamy, indulgent texture and bright, irresistible blue bite. Find out more on their website.
Tracklements have a wonderful range of gifts that will please even the most discerning of tastes! With gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options, there is something to suit everyone. Head to their website for more information, where you can also find ideas of what to accompany particular food with.
Tracklements have a wonderful range of gifts that will please even the most discerning of tastes! With gluten free, vegan and vegetarian options, there is something to suit everyone. Head to their website for more information, where you can also find ideas of what to accompany particular food with. The 9 Jar Mini Gift Set is particularly enticing, and includes Strong English Mustard (25g), Robust Wholegrain Mustard (25g), Smooth Dijon Mustard (25g), Fresh Chilli Jam (28g), Original Onion Marmalade (28g), Sticky Fig Relish (28g), Apricot & Ginger Chutney (28g), Strong Horseradish Cream (25g) and Cranberry, Port & Orange Sauce (28g).
If Dad has a sweet tooth, why not treat him to some Buttermilk truffles from Sainsbury’s. With a deliciously indulgent new recipe, consumers did not realise they are ‘free-from’.
Choose from Dairy-Free Salted Caramel Cups, 100g pouch RRP £2.50; Dairy-Free Rocky Road Crunch, 100g pouch RRP £2.50; Dairy-free Chocolatey Truffles, 150g boxed chocolates £5.
All are dairy-free, vegan/vegetarian, gluten-free, Palm Oil free, 100% natural with no artificial colours or preservatives.
If Dad is on a health kick, then turn to The Skinny Food Co, a healthy food and drink brand. From guilt free pancake mixes through to delicious sauces, they have a fantastic range to suit all dietary requirements. We love the breakfast bundle. Have a look at the sauces too – there is even a chip shop curry sauce! Find out more on their website.