Does your Mum love pottering in the kitchen and making meals and treats to spoil everyone else?   If so, here are some awesome gifts that can help make her cooking and eating experience even better (and you may even benefit from some of them).

1. FLAVOURED OLIVE OILS

Everyone who loves cooking knows how useful olive oil can be in the kitchen. It can be used for cooking, dipping and even for making delicious sauces and dressings.

We are spoilt for choice of infused olive oils that are flavoured with different spices or ingredients, such as basil, jalapeño peppers or even truffles.  You can even find homemade gourmet style oils at markets. 

2. COOKBOOK KIT

If your Mum loves devising new recipes and cooking old family ones, a great gift for her is a make-your-own cookbook kit.  These are available online from many retailers, cookbook kits allow mothers to type, print and insert their own recipes into the book.  Some kits also allow Mum to create a digital archive of the recipes and burn them onto a CD to share with family and friends.

3. CHEESE OF THE MONTH CLUB MEMBERSHIP

Mums who like to eat nice food will love a membership to a cheese of the month club.  These clubs allow you or Mum in this case to receive monthly deliveries of specific cheeses, and they include wide varieties of cheese, from hard to soft to crumbly.  We found a couple of Australian family businesses that offer this sort of membership –

4. A MARKET SHOPPING BAG

If your Mum enjoys the farmers market or grocery store, get her a nice, large bag to carry her groceries. There is a choice of bags that are waterproof or insulated inside but fashionable on the outside and ones that can fold up and be kept in your normal handbag.  There are a few on https://www.hardtofind.com.au/search/elastic?q=shopping+bags – some can even be personalised.

5. GOOD OLE’ BREAKFAST IN BED

You can never go wrong with Breakfast in Bed for Mum.  There’s nothing better than a delicious home-cooked meal.  Find out her favourite and serve with freshly brewed coffee and flowers.

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