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Best novelty Christmas decorations and quirky baubles for foodies 2022


Looking for a fun way to decorate your Christmas tree? Choose from our best foodie baubles of 2022.

Put down that tinsel! The trend for novelty food- and drink-themed baubles shows no sign of slowing down – we're seeing more each year. From cheese and ketchup bottles, to vegetables and macarons, discover our favourite foodie baubles to deck the halls (and your tree) this Christmas.


For more festive inspiration, visit our reviews section to find over 400 buyer's guides, including extra-special gifts for foodies and our supermarket Christmas Taste Awards.

Garden vegetable ornaments (set of two)

Get your veg this Christmas with this elegant glass decoration duo finished with a hint of festive glitter.

Available from Petersham Nurseries, £27.50 for two

Gingerbread decoration

There are few things more festive than this adorable felt gingerbread man, brightening up your tree with a smile.

Available from Amazon, £12.12

Rainbow cake slice

More colourful than classic Christmas cake, embrace festive cheer with this rainbow cake slice. Plus, you can personalise the hanging ribbon for an extra touch if giving as a gift.

Available from Not on the High Street, £14.95

Negroni bottle decoration

Made by hand using traditional embroidery techniques, this elegant bauble mimics the Daylesford Organic bottled negroni.

Available from Daylesford Organic, £12

Tequila decorations (set of four)

For fans of a slightly stronger cocktail, go for this set of four fun tequila-themed decorations, with everything from the bottle to the salt shaker.

Available from Ella James, £16 for four

Asparagus decoration

Who says asparagus is just for spring? Look forward to sunnier months with this glass bauble tied with sparkly string.

Available from Sarah Raven, £11.95

Fungi wooden decoration

This mini work of art is hand-painted in watercolour, then digitally printed onto birchwood for a decoration built to last. There are plenty more mushroom styles to choose from, too.

Available from Also the Bison, £9

Ketchup bottle tree decoration

Ketchup bottle decoration

This glass decoration in festive red is a must-buy for any tomato ketchup lovers.

Available from Ella James (£16)

Mini junk food baubles (set of four)

This fun set of four baubles is sure to make you hungry with its indulgent selection for decorating your tree: will you crave the burger, hot dog, fries or fresh popcorn?

Available from Red Candy, £14 for four

Pastel glass macaron decorations

three pastel-coloured macaron decorations

Any star baker will love these gorgeous pastel-coloured macaron decorations, complete with glittery ‘filling’.

Available from The Contemporary Home (£3.25 each)

Christmas pudding decoration

One for the traditionalists, this holly-topped felt pud decoration is handmade and intricately embroidered with beads to sparkle under the Christmas lights.

Available from Amazon, £12

Sliced bread bauble

Get thinking about your leftovers Christmas sandwich with this oversized sliced bread bauble.

Available from Red Candy, £13

Festive sandwich decoration

Festive sandwich box bauble

Love a meal deal? Then this glass Christmas butty is a must. There's wonderful attention to detail, including the sandwich’s description: ‘turkey feast – ho ho hold the mayo’.

Available from Paperchase (£10)

Gisela Graham glass carrot decoration

Bunch of carrots bauble

Buying a bauble for a green-fingered friend or family member? They’ll love this bright bunch of carrots with sparkly green tops.

Available from Amazon (£6.98)

Fortnum & Mason cake stand decoration

A tier of iconic afternoon tea treats in bauble form. Treat yourself and get the tea tray bauble to match, too.

Available from Fortnum & Mason (£25)

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