Christmas is always a stressful time, from present shopping through to cooking for Christmas day. Check out our 7 hacks to make Christmas easy!
1. ORDER A WOOP CHRISTMAS BOX
We have created two stunning three course Christmas menus for you to choose from! Effortlessly host Christmas this year with family and friends. We will do all the hard work so you don’t have to. It will be the easiest and most delicious Christmas ever!
Make Christmas extra special this year for your family and friends. Choose from a selection of delicious & festive add-ons to be included with your Woop Christmas Box delivery. Add-ons include:
Christmas Baking Box
Black Forest Cheesecake
Puhoi Valley Cheese Platter
Festive Antipasti Platter
Blackcurrant & Juniper Ham
Gin, Honey & Marmalade Salmon
3. WINEFRIEND WINE PAIRING
We’ve partnered with the team at WineFriend and arranged an amazing selection of wines to pair perfectly with your Traditional or Modern Christmas menu. View and purchase directly on the WineFriend website.
Make a game plan for your gift shopping, plan presents ahead of time, shop late at night or early in the morning, memorise the mall layout so you can quickly get in and out – or better yet, order online well ahead of time and avoid the long queues!
5. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF FREE GIFT WRAPPING
Take advantage of free gift wrapping in your local mall. If you’re wrapping presents yourself make sure to stock up on wrapping paper well ahead of time – you don’t want to run out at the last minute!
6. PREPARE SOME DISHES AHEAD OF TIME
Prepare Christmas day dishes ahead of time, whether that be prepping and freezing cookies in a log ready to thaw and bake, pre-making chutneys for the Christmas table, or making mince for Christmas pies and refrigerating until the big day.
7. GIFT FAMILY AND FRIENDS A WEEK OF EASY AND DELICIOUS DINNERS
Unsure what to give family and friends? Why not order a Woop gift card and give the gift of food! Choose the box type that suits them and order a gift card today! We will send you the physical gift card in the post in time for Christmas.