4 Diwali Gift Hampers We Love | MF Guide
It’s that time of the year again! We can finally shove any diet for a toss in the name of celebrations, dress to the nines, party for a whole week, and tell the people we love what they mean to us by spoiling them silly with gifts. At Mumbai Foodie, we’ve gone through some brilliant Diwali gift hampers that we’re sure you’re going to love. Check out our Diwali Gifting Guide below to find the perfect gift for the foodie in your life!
This gourmet ice cream brand from Andheri sent us an adorable blue box filled with specially made treats like their salted caramel spread, a raspberry jam and a delicious vanilla and rose cake loaf. They also sent us a divine coffee cake that was super light and well balanced. All their products are homemade and made with the best quality of produce. They also have a Diwali special Jalebi Pretzel Ice Cream from the 7th to the 30th of November. Peko Peko’s festive hamper is a great option!
Toujours creates bespoke desserts and are a good choice for your more high-maintenance foodies. For Diwali, you can opt for their assorted bite-sized pastries that come in flavours like pistachio, red berry, orange and praline, hazelnut and coffee. You can purchase Diwali themed mini cupcakes which are decorated with edible handcrafted Diwali items like playing cards, firecrackers, and more. They also have a gorgeous firecracker themed cake which could be a great centrepiece at a Diwali party you might be hosting.
Looking for a breather from the constant sugar rushes? Gouri’s Goodies is a lovely brand making homemade healthy treats. Their hamper is filled with gluten and lactose free energy bars and laddoos. By ordering your Diwali gifts from Gouri’s goodies, you will also be donating to Robin Hood Army India, an organisation committed towards ending world hunger. With every order, you can choose to donate their energy bars to RHA to distribute amongst those who need it, too.
This one is a brilliant option for when you want to be that person who brings the most unique gift to the party. Mezaya bakes traditional Middle Eastern treats like freshly Baklava in different shapes, sizes and flavours. These Turkish and Lebanese treats are rich and full of flavour, and it’s a good choice if you, too, are tired of endless kaju katli and motichoor ladoo boxes piling up at home.
Apart from these four, we also loved The Parfait Co.’s parfait filled bon bons, a variety of sauces by Dulce De Mirchi, cheesecakes from Mom’s Cheesecakes, a bag full of Godrej Nature’s Basket’s best, bread and jams from Bombay Coffee House and a special dessert hamper from Sassy Teaspoon. There’s so many options this year, and we reckon this is the opportunity for you to shower the people you love with food, and become a legendary gifter in the process. Happy Diwali, folks! May you be blessed with lots of delish food this festive season!