Who wouldn’t want a stack of chocolate peanut butter chip cookies from Solomon’s Gourmet Cookies? Click here to send someone two dozen of these jumbo beauties for $24.95. Certified kosher (dairy) by the Chicago Rabbinical Council.
We’re always mindful of foodies who keep kosher and looking for the best kosher products. Here are some that make great gifts.
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Numi Tea Flowering Tea Gift Set
Numi’s Flowering Teas are an exquisite gift for tea lovers. White tea buds, green tea leaves and golden-tipped black tea are sewn into flowering bundles. When boiling water is added, the tea blossom blooms into a flavorful pot of tea. The Flowering Tea Gift Set is packaged in a dark mahogany bamboo case and includes a custom-made glass teapot that allows everyone to watch the tea flower expand into a beautiful shape. Nine blossoms of different teas are included. Certified kosher by Natural Food Certifiers.
Make delicious all-natural sodas—regular, diet, and caffeine-free—and seltzer, carbonated exactly as you like it, with this wonderful machine—a pump action that uses no electricity. Of all the appliances we tested all year, this is one of the handful we are happy to keep: no more schlepping heavy soda bottles from the store or recycling empties. It’s fun for kids and grown-ups alike; and the handsome carafe looks great on the dining table or the bar. Soda mixes are certified kosher by The Union of Orthodox Congregations. Click here for our review.
Dancing Deer has a fresh take on cookies, with flavors like Cherry Almond Ginger, Chocolate Tangerine, Mango Coconut Macadamia, Molasses Clove and Sugar Cane Lime—all woven into homestyle goodness. The same goes for their cakes, in yummy seasonal flavors; and we admit a certain weakness for their caramel brownies. The best gift of all may be their Cookie of the Month Club—what greater delight can any food-lover have than to receive a different flavor each month, thanks to you. Certified kosher by Star-D.
Cookie of the Month Club
3 Months, $49.95
6 Months, $89.95
12 Months, $169.95
For kids and those who like things sweet, Fairytale Brownies’ brownies have packaging for every occasion—an attractively designed sleeve that slips over the box to precisely express your sentiment: Thank You (shown), Thinking of You, Happy Birthday, Congratulations, et al. While these brownies are on the sweet side, they are crowd-pleasers and go great with ice cream. Certified kosher dairy by the Vaad Hakashruth of Greater Phoenix.
A Dozen Brownies
Includes one each of all 12 Fairytale flavors, wrapped with a the band of your choice (shown)
My Mother’s Delicacies makes rugalach “just like grandma used to make”—in this case, it’s like our grandma’s, which means it’s excellent. Choose from crescent or square-cut and your favorite flavor: apricot, chocolate, cinnamon-nut, raspberry, or our favorite, assorted. There are also sugar-free rugalach. Certified kosher dairy by the Orthodox Union of Rabbis. Click here for our review.
Small Gift Tin
Contains approximately 17 pieces
Medium Gift Tin
Contains approximately 24 pieces
Large Gift Tin
Contains approximately 51 pieces
Medium Gift Basket
Contains approximately 34 pieces
Made of all-natural ingredients from grandma Frieda Solomon’s recipes, you can enjoy just looking at the gorgeous cookies from this company. Certified Kosher Dairy by the Chicago Rabbinical Council. Click here for our review.
French-born François Payard is one of America’s premier patissiers. He has been named Pastry Chef of the Year by both Bon Appétit magazine and the International Pastry Competition Committee-Beaver Creek. Last year, he created a kosher line, certified kosher by Organized Kashrus Laboratories—perhaps the most famous chocolatier in the world to make kosher chocolates.