Win a gorgeous Shavuot gift hamper! Plus discount codes for everyone!

This gorgeous Shavuot gift hamper contains treats for all the family – fruits, nuts, chocolates, cake, honey & even a bottle of grape juice for Kiddush. Read on to see how you can win it or get 10% discount if you treat yourself or a friend!

Let’s face it, the first half of the year is a schlep. We finally make it through the bitter end of winter, only to be faced by the hard work of making Pesach! By the time Spring finally rolls around, we could all do with a treat to lift our spirits.

Fortunately, now the days are getting longer and warmer, the flowers are blooming, and Shavuot is on the horizon promising two days of cheesecake-stuffed loveliness to herald the start of Summer!

And as if that wasn’t enough, I’ve teamed up with Ripe Gifts to offer a lucky reader of Family Friends Food this absolutely stunning Shavuot gift hamper.

Shavuot gift hamper.

The sun even came out for me so I could photograph it in our garden!

Gorgeous foodie gifts

Packed to the gills with delicious gourmet treats, there really is something for everyone in this Shavuot gift hamper. Feeling virtuous? Go for the Nims fruit crisps or the beautiful trays of dried fruits and nuts from Walnut Tree. Feeling indulgent? Tear into the Guylian sea shells or Kennards artisan chocolate Neopolitans. Breakfast time? Hilltop acacia honey with cut comb is wonderful as a spread or drizzled onto your porridge. Need a snack? Dolce la Dolce coated nuts are a delicious little bite. And it’s up to you whether or not to share the Achva chocolate loaf cake or keep it all to yourself!

nuts and fruit crips.

There’s even a bottle of Kedem organic grape juice for your Yomtov kiddush. L’Chaim!

Everything in the box is kosher certified or approved, and many of the items are also vegan and/or gluten-free. 

honey, nuts, dried fruit

Beautifully packaged

The gift hamper is valued at £70 and comes packaged in a stylish and sturdy grey box with magnetic closure, tied with a smart satin ribbon. The full contents are as follows:

  • Jar of Hilltop acacia honey with cut comb
  • Achva chocolate loaf cake
  • Kennards Neopolitan chocolates
  • Guylian chocolate sea shells
  • Tray of exotic dried fruits by Walnut Tree
  • Tray of natural mixed nuts by Walnut Tree
  • 4 packets of Dolce la Dolce glazed nuts in different flavours – cashews with cocoa nibs; cashews with cranberries; almond with cherry; cashews with coconut
  • 2 packets Nims fruit crisps – 1 x apple; 1 x pineapple
  • Bottle Kedem organic grape juice

But how do they taste?

The Hilltop honey is light and floral and perfect for drizzling. I love honey on my toast but it would also be great on porridge or as a sweetener in herbal tea. The cut comb makes it look extra special too.

I’ve tried Kennards chocolate before but never had the Neapolitans. What a terrific little box! 10 different flavours to choose from and they are all fabulous. Hard to pick a favourite but I’d probably go for chilli and cardamom or roasted almond if pushed. Yum.

Kennards neopolitan chocolates on a plate.

Guylian seashells have been popular for years for good reason – the irresistible combination of creamy milk and white chocolate on the outside, and delicious melting praline inside. Impossible to eat just one – my daughter Kipper agreed!

The fruits and nuts by Walnut Tree are always reliably good and great for snacking. They also make an effortless and healthy after-dinner nibble with coffee – simply unwrap the stylish bamboo tray and put it on the table. Ta-da!

I hadn’t come across Dolce la Dolce glazed nuts before but they are fantastic and I’ll be keeping an eye out for them now! The almond with cherry mix was my favourite – the cherry flavour was pretty subtle but every so often there would be a burst of natural cherry flavour which was totally delicious. Shame the bags aren’t a bit bigger (or maybe it’s just as well…)

Dolce la Dolce glazed almonds in a bowl.

Kipper claimed the fruit crisps – she loves a healthy snack! The pineapple ones were especially good, slightly tart as well as sweet and with a delicious fruity flavour.

Finally, the Achva chocolate cake is moist and delicious. Great to have on standby for unexpected guests or just to treat yourself with a cuppa! I think it would also make a lovely easy dessert with some ice-cream and a few summer berries.

Treat yourself or a friend

Sadly I can’t give one of these fabulous Shavuot gift hampers to every one of my readers, but I CAN offer everyone a discount code worth 10% off anything from the Ripe Gifts website. Simply use code FFF001 at checkout to get 10% discount on your order. They have a tremendous selection of kosher gift hampers and also cater for vegan, gluten-free and other special diets. And delivery is FREE within the UK. 

 
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Shavuot gift hamper.

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This giveaway is sponsored by Ripe Gifts. I was provided with samples of all the products mentioned above, but I was not compelled to write good reviews and all opinions are my own. Using the discount code FFF001 will earn me a small commission, helping me go on blogging at no cost to my readers! Thank you for supporting the brands that support Family-Friends-Food.com!

58 Comments:

  1. Tracey Hallmark

    I’d share with my lovely mum and 2 sisters when we have a girlie catch up

  2. Would share with my family 🙂

  3. I’d feel guilt unless I shared it with my family

  4. I would share this with my partner. Thanks for the competition.

  5. Rena Plumridge

    I’d share with my family

  6. I would share this with my parents.

  7. Shannon Mostert

    Sharing is caring, so I would probably share.

  8. i would share it with my family except the Acacia Honey – that would be far too special to share

  9. Hi Helen
    Of course I’m going to share when and if I win – except for the chocolate!
    Thanks for inspiring recipes
    A

  10. Sandra Fortune

    I’d share it with my daughter

  11. Nice chocxx

  12. Amanda Gregory

    I would share with my daughter, Emma.

  13. I would share this with my best friend and his family. Sounds delicious and wonderful for Shavuot.

  14. I would share this hamper with my family so we can all enjoy it together.

  15. Helena Gilbert

    would share with my family and friends x

  16. I’d share with my family x

  17. It would be a real mitzvah to share this with my family

  18. Anthea Holloway

    I would share this super hamper with my family.

  19. I would share with my husband and son and also my neighbour who comes over for tea and a chat.

  20. I think I would struggle to share, but I would if anyone turned up in time while there was still some left!

  21. I’d share it with my family

  22. I’d happily share with my hubby and two boys

  23. I’d have to share with my boys unless I could find a place to hide it.

  24. Victoria Prince

    I confess I would eat most of it myself. But I would share a few bits with my family!

  25. I would share it with my family although I might have to keep the Guylian seashells to myself.

  26. Nadia Josephine

    I would share this with my family! My mum would love the choccies but I would love the fruit crisps!

  27. I would share it with my lovely wife and her best friend!

  28. Melanie Pennie

    I’d have to share it with my partner . . . would feel so guilty if I didn’t!!

  29. I would share with my husband

  30. I would share with my wife

  31. Christine Caple

    I would share it with my husband, he would probably eat most of it!

  32. Dominique Ralf

    I would look forward to sharing it with my family and friends.

  33. Annabel Greaves

    I would love to share this delicious hamper with my family

  34. I’d share this with my fiance,as it’s his birthday soon x

  35. What a lovely hamper would be great to share with my family to make our Shavuot extra special

  36. Looks delicious!

  37. Sally Collingwood

    I would share this with my hubby!!

  38. Although I would like to eat it all myself I would share it with my family.

  39. I’d share the hamper contents with my grandchildren.

  40. I would share.

  41. Michelle Watson

    Great prize. If my family are lucky, I might share 🙂

  42. I would share with my husband, my Mum and my grandchildren

  43. Margaret Clarkson

    I would share it with my family.

  44. I’d share with my family x

  45. I would share it with my family.

  46. I would share

  47. I`d share this with my parents and sister – I`m sure they would equally love it – thanks

  48. John Prendergast

    I would share it with my wife

  49. I would share it with my family

  50. Looks a fabulous hamper, so depending who is around on the day, i would share

  51. fiona waterworth

    I would share with the family as we all love trying different things

  52. Martina Pichova

    I would share it with my partner and kids.

  53. would share with my family

  54. ELANA HEITLINGER

    This is a lovely gift. Thank you for offering one as gift to us and for the discount. I would bring to shul to share with my community.

  55. Indeed gorgeous! I love Shavuot and we would love to share this with my family at a picnic!

  56. Dear Helen,

    If I win this gorgeus Shavuot Gift Hamper I will share with my family and friends, to celebrate Shavuot! Everything looks delicious!

    Shalom ubrajah!

  57. These treats sound delicious! I would share most of it, but who knows?

  58. Always up for free food, so will try my luck. Looks lovely!

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