Mother’s Day Gift Guide: The Best Food Gifts Made By Women

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If mom’s a food lover, you need to gift her something food related this Mother’s Day. Whether it’s instantly edible, cookable, wearable, or just something to look forward to her in culinary future, a food-centric Mother’s Day gift always hits the spot. And because this day is celebrating women, opt for a women made or women founded gift. Here are the best food gifts made by women to share this Mother’s Day.

Maggie Cowles x DSNY Dinner Party Sweater

Gift mom the coziness of wearing a dinner party designed by a food-focused female artist, Maggie Cowles. Dinner Service NY’s newest collection includes this fun knit crewneck made from 100% organic cotton in Lahore, Pakistan. Sizes range from XXS-XXL. $105,

Confiture Parisienne

Founded and owned by moms Laura and Nadege, this gourmet preserves brand makes for the perfect Mother’s Day treat. Jars of specialty jams, such as champagne rosé jelly or carrot passionfruit vanilla, can be completely customized with your own message, and gift boxes offer a low-lift, beautifully packaged present. Starts at $20,


For the cool mom who want to add some flare to her pantry, Omsom’s sister-run business of “loud and proud Asian flavors” is the place to shop. Treat her to the Try ‘Em All set, which includes the entire collection of sauces (including yuzu miso glaze, lemongrass BBQ, spicy mala sauce and more), plus recently launched noodles, for an upcoming summer full of quick meals and lots of flavor. $100,

Food La La French Macaron Kit

A box of macarons lasts a few days (if you’re lucky), but the skill to make fresh macarons lasts forever (also if you’re lucky). This patisserie-style kit includes all the ingredients mom needs to make macarons from scratch (just add eggs and butter), plus a virtual masterclass led by expert Lindsay Kinder. $97,

Tagmo Mithai

Skip the box of chocolates and opt into these stunning handmade Indian sweets. Each bite-sized mithai is decorated with radiant colors and contains balanced flavors and is available in vegan, gluten-free and nut-free options. Start at $33,

The Dinner Party Project

For the hostess with the mostess, gift this new cookbook and entertaining guide by Natasha Feldman. Inside are dozens of recipes for all types of gatherings, perfect for busy moms who just want to get it done, entertain loved ones and have a good time. $40,

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