POPSUGAR Celebrity

Stuff Stockings With Delicious Artisan Nibbles

Dec 18 2012 - 4:25am

Pint-sized presents ready to be eaten or sipped are the best kind, if you ask us. The great part is that they're appropriate for just about everyone your list, whether it's your mom or your boss. Snap these up before it's too late, and be ready to stuff stockings with some deliciousness.

Chocolate-Covered Caramels

For the chocolate lover in your life (we all have one), indulge her with delectable dark-chocolate-covered honey caramels [1] ($9).


A deliciously healthy snack, nuts are a great gift option. This pack of almonds roasted with wild rosemary sprigs [2] ($7) promises plenty of flavor.

Wine Sampler

Any wine lover will appreciate tasting her way through a chardonnay wine sampler [3] ($31) that comes with six miniature bottles.


Blue Bottle Coffee has taken off in the Bay Area, but you can share its artisan goods no matter where you are by gifting this Finca El Injerto coffee [4] ($12), harvested in Guatemala.

Caramel Marshmallows

Bourbon vanilla bean marshmallows [5] ($13) and sweet caramel make for a treat that we bet won't stay in his stocking for very long.

Gourmet Salt

Luxe Himalayan pink salt [6] ($13) is the perfect gift for the cook who pays attention to the smallest of details.

Meat Sticks

Your meat-loving friend will be smitten with a meat sticks sampler [7] ($24). Flavors include chipotle, cracked pepper, and barbecue, and all are gluten-free.


Even if you don't have time to make your own, your friend will still appreciate the sentiment behind a good jam [8] ($12). While there are plenty of unique flavors to choose from, our top pick is Hot Fireman's Pear Jam.

Miniature Ketchup Jars

Anybody who adores fries (and really, who doesn't love fries?!) will appreciate the portability of mini gourmet ketchup jars [9] ($18 for 8).

Magic Dust

What home cook wouldn't love some Magic Dust to sprinkle atop favorite dishes? This seasoning [10] ($15 for 3 bottles) can be used on everything, from meats and poultry to soups and stews.

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