Gifts To Encourage Good Health
Foodie or not, these are awesome gifts to encourage good health. The idea behind them is to inspire anyone in your life to enjoy the daily choice of eating Real Food.
Can you think of someone in your life who can benefit from this?
My list ranges from stocking stuffers to extravagant giftware, but hopefully has something that everyone can use in their kitchen!
What's the best Foodie gift you've ever received (or given)? Let me know in the comments below.
1. Slow Cooker
The slow cooker (aka crockpot) is an amazing tool for what I like to call “dump & go” meals. Put all the ingredients in the slow cooker, press a button, walk away for 7 hours and voila- a hot meal awaits you. Plus, it makes your house smell ah-maz-ing.
(and this is an awesome E-Recipe book to go with it!)
2. Lemon Juicer (stocking stuffer)
Freshly squeezed lemon in a glass of water is an amazing way to start your day. Although you don’t technically need this gadget, it certainly squeezes every last bit out of your lemon and makes a great gift! Yum.
3. Butter Bell
Soft butter always. This is the magic of the butter bell that any foodie would appreciate. (Please note- I encourage eating high quality butter, which means that it comes from a cow that was ideally grass-fed (and no hormones/antibiotics- aka organic).
4. Le Creuset Cookware (Dream Gift!)
There's nothing like good quality cookware to make you feel like a modern day Julia Child. Personally, I would love to have a whole collection of Le Creuset cookware (but I'd be totally happy with even one piece. (*HINT* Stephen if you see this *HINT*)
This is what I dream of (in Caribbean blue please!)
5. Real Plans
This is truly giving the gift of health to someone for an entire year (for only $72). It's an online tool that helps you plan your meals every single week. It provides a shopping list and directions (for example if you need to thaw meat the night before or something). Then it’s up to you to make the delicious meals! I’ve been using this for the past few months and it has been a game-changer for me. I have absolutely zero stress around the dreaded thought of “what’s for dinner?” and think it would make a pretty awesome gift!
Looking forward to reading in the comments the best Foodie gift you've ever given or recieved.
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