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1. Make your cheese lover really happy with these adorable double-ply bags, which extend the life of their favorite fromage. $12, www.shopterrain.com






2. These happiness-inducing, sweet-and-salty pretzels come in flavors such as banana cream, toffee crunch and pumpkin pie. $7 for five, www.fattysundays.com






3. What happens when you mix delicious, all-natural confections with fun, graphic packaging from Mr. Boddington's Studio? A gift that won't make it to the recipient. Bonus: These incredible caramel treats swap in honey for corn syrup. Droga Put Your Money on Honey caramels, $17, www.drogachocolates.com






4. Cheese and honey are BFFs. Murray's Three Amigos gift set includes a handmade dipper to assist in getting this addictive combo into their mouths. $30, www.murrayscheese.com






5. Add some zest to their cookies and cakes. Nielsen Massey Pure Lemon Extract, $6, www.surlatable.com






6. This DIY chocolate tree lets your little artist decorate as they see fit. Lucas Candies Decorate Your Own Tree, $15, www.lucascandies.com






7. Of course they'll want some gourmet ketchup to go with those duck fat French fries. This artisan batch subs agave nectar, honey and brown sugar for high fructose corn syrup and uses puree from vine-ripened tomatoes. Sir Kensington's ketchup, $7, www.sirkensingtons.com






8. Classic Panettone in pretty packaging? That's a Christmas win. Nudo Olive Oil Panettone, $25, www.nudo-italia.com

 



9. Add a little crunch and punch to their sandwich, $9, www.lynnaesgourmetpickles.com