This article is part of my 2020 Holiday Gift Guide Series. Click here for my previous article, “Holiday Gift Guide for Dog Lovers.”
If you agree that cheese is the most versatile (and delicious) food item, this article is for you! For my cheesiest post yet I’ve curated a list of gifts from various stores and price points to help you stay away from boring gift cards and inspire you to give thoughtful presents to your loved ones.
Below is my 2020 Holiday Gift Guide for Cheese Lovers … Enjoy!
- Hickory Farms Hearty Bites Gift Box, $37.99
Cheese baskets are such a fun, elegant gift, and Hickory Farms has absolutely nailed it with this gorgeous curation. With everything from turkey sausage to Sweet Hot Mustard, this gift will earn you 5 stars and bring a huge smile to the recipient’s face.
- Anthropologie Agate Cheese Board, $78
One of my favorite things about cheese boards is how beautiful and fancy they look, but this board simply knocked it out of the park. You can use it for cheeses, meats, desserts, and even as home decor. Wayfair carries a similar platter for only $33.
- Williams Sonoma Cheese and Salami Selection, $59.99
I could spend hours and hours looking at expensive items at Williams Sonoma, yet this one is surprisingly affordable for what it is! Show up to your next holiday gathering with this assortment from Utah’s Beehive Cheese Company and you’ll be the center of attention.
- Crate and Barrel Walnut Cheese Knives, $16.95
Thanks to quarantine I have nearly perfected the science of charcuterie boards, but something I’m always missing are cheese knives to go along with my creation. This affordable trio from Crate and Barrel will become an every-day item for those who love cheese.
- Amazon Cheese Board Sticky Notes, $8.99
These are perfect for students and office workers. I can’t wait to write myself daily reminders … like to buy more cheese.
- Etsy Schitt’s Creek Spoons, $18.95
This gift brings the sense of humor of 2020’s favorite show and a practical, yet fun gift for those who cook. If you’re shopping for someone who loves Schitt’s Creek, don’t think twice!
- Anthropologie Cheese Ornament, $28
I have never been a huge fan of Anthropologie, but this year they have truly stepped it up with their cheese items. This cheese ornament is perfectly seasonal and will look great hanging on anyone’s tree!
- Walmart Cheese Mug, $17.99
If you’re shopping for someone who loves coffee as much as they love cheese, you’ve got yourself a winner with this cheese mug from Walmart.
- Barnes and Noble Stunning Spreads Book, $24.99
I have been slowly growing my cookbook collection and this Barnes and Noble Stunning Spreads Book will definitely be a part of it soon. The book offers recipes like pimento cheese deviled eggs and grilled brie with blackberry balsamic glaze.
- Home Depot Ceramic Fondue, $31.06
I love this fondue set as a housewarming gift or as a treat for the holidays! Pair it with this Swiss Castle Fondue ($8.99) from World Market.
- Total Wine Taste of Italy Basket, $59.99
Total Wine never disappoints. In addition to bottles of Chianti, Pinot Grigio, and Prosecco, this basket contains the perfect wine parings: sea salt cracker crisps, tiramisu truffles, mixed olives, organic spaghetti, and tomato basil pasta sauce.
- Rockemsocks Mac & Cheese Socks, $14
You can never have enough socks, and these mac & cheese ones are just too cute.
P.S. I’m tempted to try Snoop Dogg’s Mack n Cheese recipe this year. What are your thoughts?
- Anthropologie Cheese Markers, $28
If you’re shopping for someone who loves to entertain, these are a must-have! Pair these cheese markers with the Stunning Spreads Book and you’ll hit a home run.
- Urban Outfitters Cat Cheese Board, $18
I’ve been saving my “Holiday Gift Guide for Cat Lovers” article for later, but I had to include this adorable cat cheese board on my cheese list. Don’t be surprised if you see it come up on upcoming articles … or at my table every single day.
What would you like to see next? Leave a comment below and help me come up with the next Holiday Gift Guide!