Mother's Day shopping is a breeze if your mom is into food! Whether she's an avid baker, seasoned hostess, or simply an enthusiastic eater, we've got you covered with more than a dozen unique, thoughtful gifts.
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Ice Cream Pint Club
Ohio-based ice cream maker Jeni's now offers a subscription service that delivers three pints of their latest, greatest ice cream right to your door four times a year. Get Mom access to all kinds of inventive flavors that aren't available in the freezer section at the grocery store, like orange blossom buttermilk or genmaicha and marshmallows.
$200 for a 1-year subscription, jenis.com
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Heirloom Copper Tea Kettle
Copper might be the color of the moment, but this elegant teapot is built to stand the test of time. Present it to mom with a tin of Martha's Breakfast Blend tea, a richly flavored combo of organic Assam long leaf from India and Yunnan black tea from China.
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Extra-Virgin Chocolate Bars
Thomas Keller, the celebrated chef behind French Laundry, teamed up with Armando Manni, the Tuscan king of olive oil, for these next-level chocolate bars (hence the name, K+M). Their production method preserves the antioxidants in cocoa beans and adds a touch of extra-virgin olive oil for a bonus boost. The result? A better-tasting, better-for-Mom treat!
$14.95 for 1 bar, williams-sonoma.com
$120 for box of 8 single-origin bars, finessethestore.com
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Make Mom's windowsill herb garden way cuter with this elephant-shaped planter. It's super functional, too -- it's self-watering! Water goes down the elephant trunk into a reservoir that keeps whatever's growing hydrated all week.
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"The New Paris"
Whether your mom is planning a trip to Paris or simply a fan of armchair traveling, she's going to love this book. American journalist and longtime Paris resident Lindsey Tramuta covers the rising stars in food, fashion, and design that are currently defining the city and shares all kinds of insider tips.
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Blue Bottle's new dripper is just what Mom needs to make pour-over coffee like a pro. It's easy to use and turns out a reliably delicious cup in the morning. Don't forget to pick up some custom filters!
$25 for dripper and $5 for a box of 30 filters, bluebottlecoffee.com
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La Cocina Mother's Day Gift Box
Mom will go gaga for these sweet and savory snacks from La Cocina, a San Francisco-based nonprofit that helps low-income and immigrant women build their own food businesses. The treats are each made by a different food entrepreneur and run the gamut from Sabores del Sur's alfajores, South American chocolate-covered dulce de leche sandwich cookies, to Rasoi's boondi, a popular West Indian street food made from fried chickpea flour.
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Rosé Wine Pack
It's never too early to drink pink! Toast Mom with Martha's favorite rosés from France and Italy. Bonus: you can crack open a bottle at Mother's Day brunch.
$90 for 1 pack of 6 bottles, marthastewartwine.com
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Culinary Herb Braid
Talk about a beautiful way to store herbs! This bundle of oregano, savory, white statice, and rosemary tied with a ribbon can be as decorative or as practical as Mom wants. She can snip off some herbs to cook with or simply enjoy the aroma in the kitchen.
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Maman Je T'aime Tote + White Truffle Mustard
Say I love you Mom with a stylish canvas tote by one of our favorite designers, Clare V., who will donate all proceeds to Every Mother Counts, a nonprofit dedicated to making pregnancy and childbirth safe for every mother. Want something lovely to go in the bag? Tuck a sunny stoneware jar of Maille's just-released limited-edition mustard inside -- it combines fragrant white Alba truffle and fruity Chardonnay.
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Handmade in northwest Cameroon from local clay, this darling little pitcher is just one of the traditional handicrafts that help artisans support themselves. Pair it with a good-quality maple syrup -- our favorite is Doc's, which is produced on a family-run farm in upstate New York -- to sweeten Mom's pancake breakfast.
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Martha's latest book is all about using less-processed grains and natural sweeteners to make classic baked goods healthier (and even more delectable!). The apple-cider doughnut cake pictured on the cover is just one of the many better-for-you treats waiting inside -- Mom will adore them all, guaranteed.
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Greek Olive Oil and Vinegar Set
Mom deserves the best kitchen staples! Treat her to this duo of eye-catching hand-painted bottles that combines a single-varietal olive oil from Crete and a barrel-aged vinegar made from Assyrtiko grapes in Santorini.
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American Cheese Society Award-Winning Cheeses
The #1 Mom deserves some blue-ribbon cheeses to match. This quintet recognized by the American Cheese Society is a perfect mix of top-shelf cheeses from all over the country and includes Harbison, a funky cow's milk cheese bound in bark that's one of our test kitchen's hands-down favorites.
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FEED + Mouth We Heart Mom Gift Bag
Thank Mom for all those years of packing you snacks by surprising her with small-batch treats that range from brownies and raspberry hard candies to whole-grain granola and dried fruit. The best part? Everything is packed in a reusable FEED tote, which provides 25 school meals for children around the world.