Gift Idea For The German Food Lover: GermanFoodBox

Super excited to bring you a fun gift idea for someone who loves German food. There are so many amazing foods available in these GermanFoodBoxes which can be  delivered to their doorstep each month. I am thinking of sending one to my aunt or my dad - they both really have a real fondness for German Food and they're sort of hard to buy for. Get Free Shipping and $10 off with code: SAVE10A. 

I created this fun collage, below, that you can also share on Pinterest, if you love the idea, too! 

Their November Boxes sold out, so you may want to act pretty quickly on a gift like this. And, this is one thing you don't even have to leave your house to buy, how great!!!!

This post was inspired by some of my newest partners, ShareASale and


The traditional Munich Weisswurst is made from herbs and spices using minced calf. Warmed in hot water and served with a sweet mustard.

Schwarzwaelder Kirschtorte BlackForest Gateau

Typically, Black Forest gateau consists of several layers of chocolate sponge cake sandwiched with whipped cream and cherries.

Deutscher Honig German Honey

Golden clear bee honey from lush blooming natural landscapes blessed by the sun. 100% natural.

Kartoffelpuffer German Potato Fritters

Kartoffelpuffer are German potato fritters, also known as Reibekuchen. They are common in many areas of Germany, may be served with apple sauce.

Schaumkuesse Chocolate-Coated Marshmallow

Traditional german treat, wafer on the bottom, inside is a fluffy eggwhite foam with different natural flavors. These look absolutely delicious!

Weizenmischbrot Mixed Wheat Bread

Mixed wheat bread rolled in rye flower and baked to achieve a strong crust. What a rustic and tasty looking treat. 

Stollen Fruit Bread

Stollen is a fruit bread containing dried fruit and often covered with powdered sugar or icing sugar.

Bratwurst German Sausage

Bratwurst is a type of German sausage made from veal, pork or beef.