Whether you’re looking for the perfect holiday gift for that New Orleans food lover, or shopping for a neighbor that is homesick from moving away from Louisiana, a gift basket set would have so much value to them that it would almost be a priceless gift.
Receiving a basket with cookbooks, hot sauces, seasoning mixes, dinner mixes, sweets, and red beans and rice would not only bring much-needed comfort to the homesick, but it would also help spread the joy to those that simply love the food of New Orleans and beyond.
Here is a list that offers a variety of options, all from Louisiana, and all are great choices that offer plenty of options. If you click the basket, it’ll take you right to that companies page. There you’ll find other options, more basket ideas, and how to order. Keep in mind that the prices listed below don’t always include the shipping costs. Though most do, you’ll have to check with the seller to see if they can send to your state.
So order a gift basket set and ‘Laissez les bon temps roulez!’
This basket includes 2 packages of their signature red beans, a red beans dinner mix, a cookbook, apron, mug, and wooden spoon. Now this is #RedBeansDoneRight!
This gift basket includes 2 Crystal’s koozies, 1 mug, key chain, hot sauce, Buffalo sauce, steak sauce, and Figaro Hickory liquid smoke marinade.
This basket includes A savory selection of authentic Louisiana seasonings, condiments and seafood boil and dinner mixes fill this reusable wicker basket, which includes a sweet ending to any Louisiana meal, pralines.
This basket includes everything you’ll need to make a Monday special: Treebeard’s red beans seasoning with cooking instructions, Camellia red beans, white rice, and Treebeard’s hot sauce.
In this basket, you’ll receive 6 Aunt Sally’s Creamy Pralines, 1 package Cajun Roasted Pecans, 1 package Pralines & Cream Coffee, 1 canister Louisiana Cajun Seasoning, 1 bottle of Pat O’Brien’s Hurricane Mix, 1 bottle Louisiana Hot Sauce, 1 box Tony Chachere’s Red Beans & Rice, 1 bag Zapp’s Voodoo Potato Chips and you’ll even find a little lagniappe: 1 Jester Doll, to bring back good memories of Mardi Gras past.
Included in this basket is a 1lb. bag of New Orleans famous Camellia red beans, 1 1Lb. bag of Zatarain’s long grain rice, 1 12 oz. bottle of Chrystal Hot Sauce, 1 Red Bean n Rice Recipe Pot Holder, 1 Dat Little Cajun Cookbook by Chef Remy and an 18 in. replica of a Louisiana Cajun Pirogue.
This attractive gift basket includes one CREOLE CAJUN Hot Nuts, LOUISIANA Red Beans and Rice Mix, WOW WEE Dipping Sauce (SPICY), CREOLE DELICACIES Praline, Slap Ya MaMa Creole Seasoning 8oz., LACABOOSE Crawfish Jelly, Cajun Chef Louisiana Hot Sauce, Gator Blood and Steen’s Syrup.
This basket comes with a cookbook, Camellia red beans, bean mixes, seasonings, hot sauces, Jazzman rice, and a recipe pot holder.
This care package includes 8 oz. Mild Cajun Seasoning, 8 oz. Spicy Cajun Seasoning, 8 oz. Jambalaya Dinner, 8 oz. Seasoned Fish Fry, 16 oz. Seasoned Red Beans, 16 oz. 10 Bean Soup, 16 oz. Seasoned Black Eyed Peas, 12 oz. Crawfish Boil
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Eric Olsson is the food blogger of RedBeansAndEric.com. He publishes new recipes and interviews weekly. He has developed recipes and written articles for the famous Camellia brand in New Orleans, Louisiana. He has been mentioned in Louisiana Cookin‘ magazine and has had recipes featured in Taste of Home magazine – with his Creole Turkey recipe being runner up in their annual Thanksgiving recipe contest. He lives outside of Detroit, Michigan, with his wife and four children.