I have a confession to make. I haven't even started Christmas shopping. To be honest, I hate shopping, and so therefore I put it off until the very. last. minute. Maybe I'm the only procrastinator out there, but I'm guessing (hoping!) I'm not, so I've put together a little "Last-Minute Gift Guide" for all of your favorite foodies. Hey, if nothing else, now I know what I want for Christmas!

(FYI: The grid starts with #1 on the upper left and goes clockwise. Also, I am not getting paid to promote any of these brands - they are all just products that I genuinely love!)

1) The Little Paris Kitchen ($25.44)

For the francophile: This gorgeous book (full of dreamy pictures of Paris) has 120 simple French recipes created in Rachel Khoo's tiny Paris kitchen. I'm obsessed.

2) Clyde Oak's Urban Farm Seed Kit ($34)

For the urban farmer: This little tin contains an entire garden, with seeds for lettuces, beets, canteloupe, summer squashes, radishes, herbs, watermelon, peppers, tomatoes, and much more! Sealed in a mylar bag, the seeds are individually packaged, non-hybrid, non-GMO, open-pollinating, American-grown – and ideal for small spaces and raised-bed gardening.

3) Bon Appetit Apron ($68)

For the cook: I love Anthropologie's vintage-inspired aprons, but this one caught my eye because it's so simple and so chic –what's not to love?

4) Mast Brothers Origin Collection ($40)

For the chocoholic: This collection of 5 beautifully-wrapped dark chocolate bars from Brooklyn's Mast Brothers contains four single-origin bars (Belize, Dominican Republic, Madagascar, and Papua New Guinea), plus their signature Brooklyn Blend bar.

5) Four & Twenty Blackbirds Pie Book ($18.98)

For the baker: The Elsen sisters make the best pies in Brooklyn, but now – with the help of their beautiful new book and step-by-step tutorials – you can make their show-stopping pies at home. The Maple Buttermilk Custard Pie and the Salted Caramel Apple Pie are both to die for.

6) Nonstick Madeleine Pan ($25)

Also for the baker: Ever baker needs a madeleine pan – this nonstick one from Williams-Sonoma is super-durable and turns out perfect madeleines every time.

7) White Whale "House Guest" Cocktail Mixers Set ($29.95)

For the mixologist: A must for the at-home bar, these amazing organic, botanically-inspired mixers allow you to make craft cocktails simply with the addition of vodka, bourbon, or gin. Simply mix, stir, strain, garnish, and enjoy!

8) Vika Sky Salad Set ($28)

For the hostess: I love the simple design on this wooden salad spoon and fork from Anthropologie. This would make a perfect gift for a home-entertaining enthusiast.

Other fabulous gift ideas...

- For the curator: A subscription to the ever-stylish and inspirational Anthology magazine (4 issues = $38).

- For the aesthete: Aesop's aromatic Tactility Gift Kit includes a Geranium Leaf cleanser, scrub, and body balm, and will leave your skin as smooth (and sweet-smelling) as a baby's ($85).

- For the locavore: A weekly subscription to Quinciple, my favorite farm-to-apartment delivery service (1 week = $49.90 in Manhattan; $37.90 in Brooklyn).

- For the foodie traveler: Where Chef's Eat, a brand new international restaurant guide written by 400 of the world's top chefs ($19.95).

- For the coffee geek: Counter Culture's Holiday Blend Coffee ($14.25) + a Melitta Pour-Over One-Cup Brew Cone ($2.99) - this combo is guaranteed to make a delicious cup of coffee every morning!

If homemade gifts are more your speed, check out some ideas + recipes here!