Looking for Valentine’s Day gift ideas for your favourite foodie? Treat your partner, loved one or best friend to our pick of gifts, including romantic meal kits from our favourite chefs, edible treats and great-value gifts to give on the day. We have plenty of gifts to deliver to treat your valentines from afar.
Valentine’s Day 2021 falls on a Sunday (14 February for those of you who need reminding!), so a thoughtful gift idea is to spend the day preparing a special meal for you and your loved ones to enjoy. Check out our romantic meal ideas here.
Valentine’s Day gift ideas
Sprinkle a little seasoning over dinner for two with this cute pair of flamingos.
These light-as-air cake cubes, inspired by Australian coconut-laced lamingtons, come in a pretty pink box that can be delivered to your favourite person’s door. Delicate sponge cakes are layered with the likes of cream cheese frosting, chocolate ganache and homemade raspberry jam. Our favourite flavour was tiramisu, with a layer of mascarpone doused in Mr Black coffee liquor, covered in a decadent espresso and chocolate blanket. From £20 per box, radiolamington.com
Let your love scribble down their musings in this sweet hardback notebook.
Ravioli, but make it heart shaped.
Put together your own charcuterie board and choose a nice bottle of wine for a romantic evening in. Try this flavoured-packed charcuterie from Dorset. The punchy smoked sloe and garlic venison salami is a winner.
This satisfyingly chunky, amber-coloured bar is both sweet and salty, with caramelised, toffee notes.
Keep things sweet with this hamper brimming with sugary snacks, from classic lemon sherbets to boozy negroni spritz balls.
What says ‘I love you’ on Valentine’s Day more than a bottle of chocolate milk? We love this Estate Dairy one made with Pump Street bakery chocolate with it’s rich, creamy flavour and smell.
Add a touch of pink to your Valentine’s cocktails with intense Buckinghamshire-made rhubarb fruit syrup. Great with just water, it’s also delicious in a rhubarb gin sour, or drizzled over ice cream.
Want to celebrate Valentine’s Day with pink gin?
- Pinot noir gin
- Pink grapefruit gin
- Rhuabrb gin
Looking for a Valentines gift that lasts a bit longer than chocolate? What better way to symbolise your flourishing love than with a thriving young fig tree. The romantic shape of the fig adds a romantic touch, and the tree is delivered alongside a jar of the finest fig jam, perfect for breakfast in bed. Make a pretty fig tart with your figs.
Blended just for Valentine’s Day, this fragrant tea combines soft white tea buds, scented rose petals and sweet hibiscus. Best enjoyed à deux, this tea is perfect for those seeking a more subtle expression of their love.
Looking for a cheesy Valentine’s Day gift? This cute collection of heart-shaped cheeses is a little bit different and perfect for those without a sweet tooth. Why not end your Valentine’s dinner with a cheeseboard with a twist?
Words by Ellie Edwards, Alex Crossley and Rachel Dinsdale