Our Oregon holiday gift guide has unique gifts for your favorite foodie! Oregon made, sweet and savory and spicy and all the things to bring some cheer.
guide originally published December 12, 2013, updated December 12 2022
Oregon Holiday Gift Guide
For those of you who are looking for Oregon made gifts, I am sharing my unabashedly subjective gift guide. Nothing here is sponsored, they are simply my favorite local companies. My favorite food gifts from Oregon. I wish I could send every one of you a big gift basket of all the things!
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Oregon Gift Guide
Find many of our favorite things in this list of unique gift items from Portland and Oregon State.
These uniquely stunning skillets are launched and machined in the Portland area.
Our favorite coffee to gift to everyone!
Longtime spabettie readers will remember my Spirulina creations and love of Blue Majik! These incredible products are harvested from Kalamath Lake in Oregon.
Eliot's has so many great flavors, it is difficult to choose! This Spicy Thai is definitely a good choice.
Oregon has an olive mill! Red Ridge Farms produces Durant wines and olive oils, and if you get a chance to visit (and stay in one of their overnight accommodations), DO IT. This place is truly magical, because of the Durant family and the deliciousness they produce.
My ultimate afternoon pick me up, this delicious turmeric and maca chai from Eugene's Blue Lotus. dairy free, gluten free, sugar free and so SO good. Blue Lotus makes many flavors.
Locally made in Portland, Marshall's Haute Sauce has been a stocking stuffer at our house since this company began! Their sauces are spicy and super flavorful.
Chomp Chocolate is melt in your mouth GOOD. Located south of Portland, these people are super friendly and make super tasty treats!
Jacobsen Salt Co. is a Portland gem. Their unique creations infuse great flavor into anything you make! From ramen seasoning to all kinds of salts, to caramels and jams and peppercorns, there is something (or many things!) for everyone.
Yep, ketchup! This one truly is the best tasting!
and they make mustard, too!
A spabettie staple from the early days of our blog, Soy Curls are a versatile favorite from Grande Ronde, Oregon.
Did you know that 99% of the nation's hazelnuts come from Oregon? When I was living in Sunriver for a massive spa project, I learned so much working with hazelnut farmers!
This legendary tea is a favorite of so many! If you have a tea aficionado on your list, gift them some Smith.
We LOVE when we find Secret Aardvark on the table in restaurants, and around Portland it happens often! This beloved aardvark is a Portland staple, and they have many flavors to choose from.
Longtime readers may also recall my work with Oregon Specialty Fruit and my visits to the farms and production plant. Everything they produce is great!
An Oregon gift guide would not be complete without our beloved Bob's Red Mill! Their gluten free flours are excellent, and their mixes (like chocolate cake, cookies, and these pancakes) are easily made egg free!
Chef Gregory Gourdet's cookbook is a delight! We have been lucky to visit his highly esteemed restaurant and some of the incredible recipes can be found in this art piece of a book. This absolutely makes a great gift.
A spabettie gift guide would not be complete without something for our canine family. Dutch loves these pumpkin treats!
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Julie Hasson says
Thank you so much for including our mixes Kristina! I love your Oregon gift guide, with many of my faves, and some new must-tries too!
Cathy Pollak ~ Noble Pig says
Thank you, thank you to you and Jason for supporting our small business. Love you guys!! And I have to get that Podnah's sauce...OMG.
I'm so glad you mentioned Portland ketchup because it.is.my.favorite. Hands down. I get so sad when I see places that DON'T have it on their tables. Yum.
Yay, Portland food! I agree 100% on the beer (especially because there seems to be no good oatmeal stout in the SF Bay for some reason). I think my favorite Portland food gift is COFFEE. Such an amazing variety of great small-batch roasts!
Bianca- Vegan Crunk says
I had that Masala Pop when I was there for VCC! OMG!!! I ate it all on the plane ride home. And I immediately wanted more!
Also Soy Curls are amazing.
Ashley F. says
You can never have enough condiments. Especially mustard. I like to call it Nectar of the Gods, my husband likes to call me crazy. 🙂
Heather (Where's the Beach) says
Clearly I need to make a trip to Oregon ASAP!! I really want to try those soy curls every single time you post about soy curls!
Kristina Sloggett says
YES YOU DO!! and yes, you really do. XXO
Laura @ Sprint 2 the Table says
Boo! I didn't try any of these. How about that ardvark hot sauce? That stuff is good!
Kristina Sloggett says
that is so funny, I almost included the Aardvark, because we love it so much... then I thought this would be too condiment heavy... then I thought who cares, I love condiments! and Aarkvark! then I forgot, and didn't have one to take a photo of.
***added to the list! Aardvark hot Sauce!! Laura Approved!***