From good-for-you to decadent, these delectable items will delight any recipient.
By Megan Bingham, Caren Oppenheim and Regina Ragone
A drizzle instantly turns veggies or fish into something indulgent. The selection, which comes in a keepsake tin, includes 3.4 ounces each of their Premium Select EVOO plus four fantastic infused versions: Delicate Lemon, Tuscan Basil, Robust Garlic and Fiery Chili.
"Chestnuts roasting on an open fire..." Now you can have that quintessential holiday aroma minus the flames. Melissa's Chestnut Roasting Kit contains everything you need to make these healthy but rich-tasting nuts—an 11-inch blue steel French chestnut roasting pan and two pounds of fresh chestnuts, as well as detailed roasting instructions.
Our food department put a lot of heart and soul into creating these quick, delicious, nutritious recipes.
This one hails from America's largest weight-loss website. Resident healthy cook Meg Galvin is a Le Cordon Bleu-trained World Master Chef and mom of three teen boys. She knows all kinds of ways to boost flavor while cutting extra calories, fat and salt, and she shares them in more than 200 recipes and meal ideas.
Fresh, fantastically flavorful produce becomes something to look forward to every month. The website has lots of luscious combos to choose from.
Made from use local, genuine ingredients—which means no cloying artificial smells. Scents like pumpkin and caramel-nutmeg are amazingly satisfying to the senses and make for a luxurious-looking present that doesn't cost a lot.
Gifting tea is a way of giving a reminder to take a break during this hectic holiday season—or anytime. Numi's Tea Chest, filled with an assortment of 18 organic tea bags—golden chai, black vanilla, chamomile lemon—hits the spot.
Chocolate cookies with white-chocolate mint chips and red and green sprinkles—and sugar ones topped with vanilla icing and peppermint candy pieces—are a guaranteed sweet treat.
Grow herbs like basil, chive or mint in repurposed wine bottles—perfect to add to any of your home-cooked meals.
No more jockeying for counter space. Thanks to Mastrad's microwavable hot plate, you can keep sides warm for up to an hour anywhere—no plug required.
A low-fat version with 60% fewer calories per serving than the original.
Cold and creamy with just a hint of nutmeg.
Velvety candy in a charmingly old-fashioned package.
Completely dairy-free so everyone can enjoy.
All hail Bakerella for creating the hottest trend in baking. The woman who started it all has a nifty cake-pop kit that includes bags, sticks, tags, ribbon and easy DIY instructions for eight classic designs, plus two all-new ones.
Bakes up four little pies—savory or sweet—in minutes. Easy as, well, you know.
Artfully sketched labels with QR codes that the recipient can scan to access style tips—even a party soundtrack.
One clever multitool, many uses: A no-tugging-required corkscrew, foil cutter, pour spout and tight-sealing stopper.
Vino in plastic cups no longer feels first-apartment-y—these are shatterproof, washable and affordable. Bottoms up.
Wine and cheese can feel a little been-there, ate that. But an assortment of sweet and savory cookies to pair with red, white or sparkling wine? That works.
The sweet-salty combo—potato chips, pretzels and caramel corn, mixed with three kinds of chocolate and drizzled with caramel—is tempting with a capital T. To go minty for the holidays, try the candy cane version.
Simply the most buttery-tasting, amazing (all natural!) caramels ever. An uplifting quotation on each label is a nice touch.
Cupcakes in decadent flavors like strawberry milkshake and peanut butter burst, dipped in chocolate and stuck on a pretzel rod—hard to go wrong here.