Although turkey season has drawn to a close, there’s always room for cake. Especially when it’s something like the realistic version created by Sarah Hardy. Next year, consider carving up a few slices of the orange and rum spice cake. We’re sure it will be moister than your real bird.
Ah, the stocking stuffer… A holiday gift that won’t break the bank, requires very little thought, and are small enough to fit into a large sock. Fortunately, The Foodiggity Shop takes pride in some of our smaller and less thoughtful gifts.
So this year, please accept our humble list of stocking stuffer ideas, and fill those socks with a few things that your loved ones will dig. And, for gifts that might be a little more under-the-tree-worthy — be sure to check out everything else that The Foodiggity Shop has to offer.
This holiday, remind your loved ones that there was once something called ‘vinyl,’ with Record Coasters. Now, this antiquated medium will help protect your coffee table from drink stains. MP3s can’t do that. [$11.99]
M-Cups Measuring Cups
Give the gift of space-saving baking tools with M-Cups Measuring Cups. Inspired by Russian matryoshka nesting dolls, the measuring cups fit neatly into each other, to save counter space, and to help make cooking a little more adorable. [$11.99]
Beer Monster Bottle Opener
For your loved ones who don’t roll with twist-offs, there’s the Beer Monster Bottle Opener. The cute little orange guy will help open a bottle with his horrifying teeth, or pry open a can with his horns. [$9.99]
Tea Rex Tea Infuser
Tea Rex will fit nicely into any stocking this year. Firstly, he’s not actually size. Secondly, his comically short arms make him extra compact. The recipient will think of you every time they drink their newly-brewed dinosaur tea. [$11.99]
See a lot more stocking stuffer ideas over at The Foodiggity Shop… Happy Holidays, everyone.
Few things are more festive than a peppermint candy cane sticking out of your hot chocolate. But, what if that candy cane was a convenient scooping device? And, after rounding up all of the floating marshmallows, you could drink your peppermint-tinged hot chocolate, then eat the spoon.