This Mother’s Day, give the foodie mom something to look forward to each month with a well-curated food subscription service. Whether your mom has a refined sweet tooth or a soft spot for savoury snacks, these days, there’s a subscription service to cater to every craving – including cocktails. So, let these nine foodie subscription services make your life – and your mom’s – a little easier this Mother’s Day and beyond (and serve as a monthly reminder of why you’re her “favourite” child).
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Cake of the Month Club from Le Dolci
Let the sweet-loving mom have her cake and eat it too each month with the Cake of the Month Club from Le Dolci. She’ll receive a different gorgeous cake delivered to her door every time, with each featuring a surprise design that often incorporates seasonal themes. The cakes serve 6-8 people and are delivered through the Greater Toronto Area (GTA) the second week of each month, Tuesday to Friday.
The Wine Collective
The wine-sipping mom with an accompanying thirst for knowledge will appreciate a membership to the expertly curated Wine Collective. The Calgary-based wine retailer provides discerning customers across the country wines from different regions, as well as educational background about their producers, an interactive tasting guide, and food pairing information.
Brighten your mom’s morning with a subscription to Oatbox. The Montreal-based company makes breakfast time simple for Canadians from coast to coast with its monthly delivery of granola, oatmeal, breakfast bars, and ready-to-mix oat-based beverages. Prettily packaged, the organic products cater to allergy restrictions and food intolerances.
The Spice Club from The Gorgeous Spice Company
Treat the home cook mom with easy-on-the-eyes spices she didn’t know she was missing in her kitchen. The Gorgeous Spice Company’s Spice Club Membership delivers a surprise pack of premium, ultra-fresh spices each month, along with useful information on uses and recipes delivered to their inbox. The Spice Club ships across Canada.
The Cheese Club from The Cheese Bar
For the cheese craving set, the only thing better than cheese is cheese delivered right to the doorstep. The Cheese Bar’s Cheese Club offers a variety of local artisanal cheese once a month; over a 12-month period, your mom will have sampled 36 different kinds of cheese from across Canada. Shipments and deliveries go out the first week of each month to homes throughout the country.
Subscription Kit from Reyna on the Rocks
The new(ish) bottle shop from the Reyna restaurant brand, Reyna on the Rocks, helps mom’s cocktail hour cause with their monthly delivery of cocktail kits. Each kit features enough ingredients for eight drinks, garnishes, and recipe cards for two craft cocktails. Boxes are curated with a choice of vodka, gin, bourbon, or rum and delivered within the GTA.
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General Assembly Pizza Subscription Service
Make pizza night simple for your mom with General Assembly Pizza’s much-buzzed-about monthly subscription service. The popular downtown Toronto pizza spot offers an assortment of naturally leavened frozen sourdough pizzas that feature premium ingredients and can be cooked at home in less than seven minutes. Right now, the service is Toronto-specific, but the company has plans to expand throughout Ontario.
The Carnivore Club
The meat-eating mom will enjoy elevated meals and snacks with a goodness-packed box delivered monthly from The Carnivore Club to carnivorous Canadians across the country. The box features unforgettable charcuterie from top producers. In the Classic Box, mom can expect cured meats like Italian salamis, Spanish Jamon, American bacon, jerky and more.
On the other end of the dietary spectrum, you can treat the vegan mom (or vegan mom in training) with a jam-packed snack box from Vegancuts. Each month, the box arrives with at least 10 sweet and savoury snacks that can range from vegan mac and cheese and vegan chocolate, to avocado chips, hummus crackers, and superfood smoothies. The company ships across Canada.
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