Me, too. But for some reason this year I'm just not into food gifts at any price savings....at least not yet. Also, more and more of my friends really don't want sugar-laden foods for gifts anymore.
For years now ,they've been saying don't get them cakes, candies, etc. and I always did, and they ate them up with glee. But they really are getting more serious about not being interested in any sweet treats. They'd still appreciate them of course. But they really are trying to have fewer treats like that. And of course, the costs keep going up...which puts them closer to being out of my price range for just a friendly, token holiday gift.
Over the years, I've gifted -- and recommended -- Landies stuffed, chocolate coated pretzels, Giannios and Harry London chocolates, Mrs. Prinables apples, and Cheryl's- and Davids Cookies. And they've all been well received. I'd love to gift the Grandma's Coffee cake and the Tortuga Rum Cake...they look so good. And the the Germack, or Ferris mixes which look great. But the prices haven' "wowed" me this year. (And I have cheaper sources for great baked gifts. There are dozens of catalogs from which to order food gifts. Pittman and Davis (reasonable prices), Wolfermans $$$, Gethsemani Farms (best monastery fruitcake ever!, etc) I still might get something....we'll see. Maybe I'll order some Mrs. Prindables to take into work.