Older kids will be delighted to find a box of these Willy Wonka-esque curious chocolate combinations stuffed in their stocking. Handmade and finished by Harrods’ expert team of chocolatiers, this is a seriously decadent way for kids to start Christmas Day.
£12.95, from, harrods.com
Let little breakfast lovers have their eggs served sunny-side up everyday with this super cute egg shaper. Bound to raise a smile in the morning, this makes a very nice adult stocking filler too. Simply pop the egg white into the cloud area and the yolk into the sun and you’ll have sunshine on a plate.
£7.95, from, follyhome.co.uk
Give cookies a life of their own with this fun 3D cookie cutter set, including a unicorn, dinosaur, dolphin, sailboat, airplane and teddy bear, there really is something for everyone. A sugar cookie recipe is included in the pack too.
£12.95, from, selfridges.com
Let young chefs exercise their ‘creative abilities’ at the same time as getting their five-a-day with these fun plates. From spaghetti haircuts to carrot moustaches and pea earrings, there is lots of fun to be had.
£17.99, from, fredandfriends.com
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A lovely present for children (and adults) as the colour in Christmas tablecloths will keep little hands happy for hours. From a flying Father Christmas to racing reindeer, there is plenty to keep everyone busy.
£4.50, from, follyhome.co.uk
Get some green stuff in your little ones (well, kind of), with these milk chocolate sprouts. They make a fun alternative to traditional gold coins and are perfect for bulking out a stocking.
£2 for 135g, from, marksandspencer.com
A great gift for any young and budding baker, the gift pack includes a rolling pin, stirring spoon, wooden spoon, brush, four cookie cutters, whisk, measuring spoons and spatula. Ready, steady, cook!
£10.95, from, grahamandgreen.co.uk
Do you know someone who doesn’t eat their crusts? Make their breakfast extra special with this funny and charming set. Boiled egg and soldiers will never be the same again, all that’s left to do is get dunking.
£7.99, from, iwantoneofthose.com
What’s the best present you got given as a child? Or do you have any amazing ideas on your Christmas shopping list?