We’ve all been there– it’s December 23rd and you realize that you forgot about that one family member (sorry Aunt Carol) or friend. No fear, it’s 2016 and you can practically buy anything online, even food in a box. It’s beginning to look a lot like stress-mas and instead of Winter Wonder-ing why you waited so long, try these gifts that you can buy with the click of a button.
Have your boo saying “you had me at cabernet,” with this gift of monthly wine deliveries from Cameron Hughes Wine.
Someone’s got a sweet tooth? Give the gift of desserts with Red Velvet. They can have their cake delivered to their door and eat it, too.
Give a meaningful gift with Heifer International. You can purchase an animal to sustain a family in Ghana, or help launch a small business for an aspiring business owner in India.
Give the gift of dinnertime with Home Chef. They will be able to get fresh, pre-portioned ingredients to their door. All you have to do is literally prep and cook. It’s. That. Easy.
Even if you can’t share a plate from your table, you can give the gift of a meal during the holidays with Midwest Foodbank.
There’s that one person that claims to be a “citizen of the world”, uses their passport as their ID and never seems to be in the country. When they are in the country again, give them wanderlust again with Try the World. It will make them feel at home with snacks and food from all over the world.
Don’t forget about that person who treats their dog like their own family member. You know the one. With the “I ❤️ Goldens” bumper sticker, and includes their dog on their holiday card. Get them the gift of dog food delivered to them with Ollie.
Give the gift of dinnertime with Home Chef. Better yet? You will get your gift card delivered instantly.