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Best food gifts for Mother’s Day 2019

Need a present for your foodie mum? We've rounded up the best foodie Mother's Day gifts for 2019, from afternoon tea hampers to bottles of rhubarb gin

Looking for the best gifts for Mother’s Day? We’ve got present ideas to make sure that it’s a happy Mother’s Day this year. From afternoon tea hampers for a cream tea at home, to gin boxes with sloe gin and London dry gin.

If you’re going to be cooking a Mother’s Day brunch this year, check out our guide for the best breakfast recipes for Mother’s Day


Tony’s Chocolonely

We can’t get enough of these chunky Willy Wonka-style chocolate bars. With an aim of making 100% slave-free the norm, these bars are not only ethical but moreish too.

Choose between creamy dark milk with crunchy salty pretzels, caramel sea salt or hazelnut. £3.49/180g, Waitrose

A selection of colourful chocolate bars


Pink gin

Want to treat your mum to pink gin?

Click here for the results of our taste test

Flavours include:

  • Pinot noir gin
  • Pink grapefruit gin
  • Rhuabrb gin

Four bottles of pink gin lined up in a row


Brioche Pasquier macarons

It’s hard to find really good macarons on the high street, but French family bakery Brioche Pasquier has perfected their recipe to a tee. We love the crisp shell and just-right chewy centre, with natural-tasting fillings piped beautifully in the middle.


This new pâtisserie range, launched just in time for Mother’s Day, includes six flavours of macarons (raspberry, lemon, coffee, chocolate, vanilla and pistachio) and comes in a box of 36 – so plenty for both you and mum. £11.99, ocado.com


Old Curiosity Distillery gins

This quirky new range of Scottish gins have been distilled using floral botanicals. These tinge the spirits pretty pastel hues that, when you add tonic water to them, change colour again for a highly Instagrammable G&T. Smooth and fragrant, they come in three different flavours: apothecary rose, lavender and echinacea and chamomile and cornflower (our favourite). £42 each, or £23 for a gift set of three miniatures, harveynichols.com

Curiosity gin set of three gins


Milk chocolate oysters, Fortnum & Mason

What a beautiful box. And the chocolate’s great, too! Handmade with creamy milk chocolate blended by Fortnum’s, two of your eight shells house a surprise sugar pearl… £15.95, fortnumandmason.com


Sea salted caramel billionaire’s shortbread, Paul A Young

We’re big fans of Paul A Young’s chocolate and have never been disappointed by his bars. We think mothers all over the country will love his sea salted caramel billionaire’s shortbread, complete with award-winning sea salted caramel; dreamy, buttery chocolate shortbread; and a chunky layer of 70% dark chocolate on top. It’s a really pretty bar, too, with lovely gold speckles for decoration.£3.95, Paul A Young


Multi-coloured patterned jug

Fill this funky jug with flowers to brighten up your mum’s Sunday. We loved the hand-sponged design, too. £30, habitat

A cream jug with hand-sponged colourful print design in orange, yellow, black and blue


Le Creuset coffee pot

Is your mum a coffee lover? Let her brew in style with Le Creuset’s on-trend ultra violet coffee pot. £57, lecreuset.co.uk

A sleek ceramic coffee pot in an Ultra Violet colourway

Joe & Seph’s popcorn selection pack

Hands up who wants to share six packs of Joe & Seph’s popcorn with mum? Flavours include salted caramel; peanut butter; honey and hazelnut; and orange chocolate. £15, joeandsephs.co.uk

Joe and Sephs popcorn selection box

Teapigs tea pick ‘n’ mix

For any tea-loving mums out there, this gift offers them the chance to try a selection of the Teapigs flavours. Pick any 12 teas out of the 31 packs they have to choose from including Chilli Chai; Apple and Cinnamon and Fennel and Liquorice. The perfect Mother’s Day gift to say ‘Put your feet up with a cup of tea’. £17.99, teapigs.co.uk

A selection of Teapigs teas in a white cardboard box

Warner Edwards Victoria’s rhubarb gin

We love Warner Edwards gin, especially when it’s rhubarb flavoured. Cheers! £36.00, ocado.com

Artisan Coffee courses

These South West London coffee shops offer opportunities for keen (coffee) beans to learn the art of coffee brewing and preparing. Courses include Introduction to Coffee, Home Brewing and Latte Art, where you’ll master milk temperature, techniques and perfect your pattern.

Starting from £40, artisancoffeeschool.co.uk

Nothing take your fancy? Why not take your mother to a fancy afternoon tea destination in London instead. Click here to read our full guide