The first time I told my sister I buy my coffee at Homegoods there was an audible gasp over the phone and 1800 miles. She never considered shopping for foodie finds at Homegoods. It was the perfect time to share 5 last-minute gifts at Homegoods for the foodie.
Oh, and the cute packaging and jars with these last-minute gifts are the same criteria I used to buy wine.
Here are 5 last-minute gifts at Homegoods for the foodie. I hope my sister reads this post!
Last-Minute Gifts at Homegoods for the Foodie
The packaging and flavors are fun to try. And, it saves me a trip to the grocery store if I can grab hand towels and coffee in one trip at Homegoods.
If only Homegoods sold milk and creamer?
2. Balsamic Vinegar & Olive Oil
I saw a few recipes over the summer that called for pomegranate balsamic vinegar. And, I was like, “never going to happen.” If you follow my recipes you KNOW I make substitutions on almost every recipe.
Anyway, I stopped by a Homegoods after a seller listing presentation and I found the cutest pomegranate balsamic vinegar. It is cute and petite.
I can’t say adorbs anymore, but if I could I would use it right here.
Side note: I instinctively spelled pomegranate like granite.
3. Sprinkles & Seasonal Treats
The holiday sprinkles and baking accessories are usually displayed in a center aisle. What I love is I find seasonal sprinkles for less money and rarely found at the grocery store or Hobby Lobby/Michaels.
The cute glass jars make for an easy gift basket! I am a sucker for an upcycled jar.
These chubby candy cane sticks were too cute to pass. I used them in my casual hot cocoa bar.
4. Dinner Starter Sauces
This is a new foodie find at Homegoods for me. I buy similar starter sauces at Williams-Sonoma. But the Artichoke Piccata Simmering Sauce at Homegoods was more than 1/2 the price of the William-Sonoma version. My son loved the taste of lightly breaded chicken breasts simmered in the artichoke sauce. And, I loved the price.
These sauces are perfect as I try new recipes in my new kitchen. If it’s a recipe fail; I am not throwing an $18.00 jar of sauce down the drain.
I love the variety of teas at Homegoods. I always forget to grab a box of tea at the grocery store. But the food section at Homegoods has become a go-to stop for me. I bought this fun blackberry tea on my last trip.
And, I snagged this mug for an early Christmas present to me.
And, the best part is the food section at Homegoods has new inventory all the time; seasonal and staple items. Here is a fun printable for fun family gatherings over the holidays!