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Are you ready for Mother’s Day?

In Denmark, Mother’s Day is celebrated on Sunday 12th May. You can buy flowers or chocolate or find here a guide for Mother’s Day gift ideas for any foodie mums out there.

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Picture and text by Sehrish Haq

Since Mother’s Day is around the corner, we’ve searched far and wide to bring you some of the best gift ideas for all foodies out there, but don’t restrict yourself to just Mother’s Day, you can visit these places throughout the year with your friends and family.

Afternoon Tea at Radisson Collection Hotel, for 295kr per person, this gift is going to blow your taste buds away. Inspired by Arne Jacobsen designs, this delicious tea comes with smørrebrød instead of finger sandwiches, giving it a lovely Danish touch.

You can’t go wrong with spoiling yourself or a loved one with this perfect afternoon tea experience. (

Cooking class at Terrible, for 650kr per person, if you want to master making a macaron or a Danish pastry, this is the place to visit. Frédéric Terrible is the French pastry chef who opened this baking school in 2013.

You can either visit with a group of friends or by yourself. There are a lot of courses to choose from, check out the website for more details and how to book. (

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Personal shopping experience at Magasin followed by lunch at Winterspring Tea Salon. Tucked in a corner of the 2nd floor of Magasin du Nord this lovely tea bar offers delicious cakes and sandwiches and also wine. It’s a perfect gift idea if you love shopping and eating. (

Flødeboller course at Social Foodies, for 299kr, another one of our favourite courses, this takes up to an hour and a half and you take home 10 flødebollers that you make yourself.

Perfect gift for a rainy day or if you are looking for things to do with a group of friends.

Wishing everyone a Happy Mother’s Day.