Whether you’ve got a college kid who loves to cook food or just eat it, we think this list of food-centric gifts will appeal to all the gastronomy fans on your holiday list this year.
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Brew coffee or tea and take it on-the-go in the same container. Simply put in the ground coffee, add hot water and press the fine mesh filter to brew fresh coffee.
Don’t count on finding apple pie or burgers here, but if you know a kid with a very sophisticated palate who loves trying authentic gourmet foods from other countries, this will keep them well-fed.
Worried your kid is in too much of a rush to get a wholesome breakfast in the morning? This sandwich maker does the work in five minutes, so the doughnuts and muffins can stay where they belong…out of sight, out of mind.
If breakfast sandwiches are not your kid’s thing, shakes and green smoothies just might be. This high speed blender whirrs up fruits and veggies in minutes for some delicious liquid nutrition.
The sound of your hard-earned cash being plucked down at Starbuck’s can now be silenced by the delivery of gourmet coffee for your java-loving kid. Every bean box has a half-pound of coffee blends for your java-loving kid. There’s even a strong blend for midterm and final time.
Graze proves snack foods don’t have to be junk food. They use high-quality, nutritionist-approved ingredients and mix them in unique ways to create delicious and wholesome combos.
Because not all kids are coffee drinkers… Every month members receive a curated collection of four of the world’s best loose leaf teas, along with tasting notes and brewing instructions. Each box contains enough tea for 30-50 cups.
Indoor smore’s…what could be better? This kit combines hot cocoa mix with everyone’s favorite cookie and everyone’s favorite campfire treat. Perfect for a cold night when no one wants to leave their dorm.
When pizza and taco charges are showing up more often than you like on your kid’s credit card statement, this book will be a subtle nudge that their diet needs a revamp. Lots of creative recipes, even for beginning cooks.
Whimsical gift for the inveterate pizza lover. Eight slices that can be shared with friends, and no one will have to worry about gaining an ounce.
This subscription box offers a range of options, from healthy to indulgent. No artificial colors, flavors or sweeteners. No high fructose corn syrup. And, less than 200 calories per serving.
As far as bars go, we think these are some of the very best. Why? Because all the ingredients (and there aren’t very many) are right there for you to see on the package front. Send them to your kids…they’ll thank you!