Lockdown 2.0 is officially here and whilst you are spending more time at home during these winter months, we know you will be missing travel. Although you're unable to see the world, you can still bring the world's culinary delights to your home with DIY home kits.

The DIY kits usually have almost everything you need to create a culinary masterpiece which you can make from home. The fun part is, you get to eat your creation afterwards too!

DIY home food kits lockdown

Here are 5 of our favourite DIY home kits:

Breakfast en Bread

From the Barge House in London, comes Breakfast en Bread a chance to create your brunch at home. Known as @alldaybrunchers on Instagram you can order their breakfast bread rolls at to be delivered to your home. We ordered these during the first lockdown and they were our first a home kit.

Breakfast en bread at home kit

We ordered the original and the Smokey Salmon, all you have to do is bake and add the egg. We followed the instructions and they came out perfectly. You don't have to enjoy them for brunch only, their website encourages you to make them at any time of the day!

Breakfast en bread brunch at home kit

Find out more here.

Spicely Does It

Spicely Does It were creating their DIY kits before anyone could have ever considered a lockdown. Their kits are a chance to create your charcuterie & deli meats. You can make treats such as pepperoni, chorizo and bacon to cure within your own home. All you need to add is the meat, we currently have the chorizo curing as we write this.

Spicely Does It home kit

Find out more here.

Patty and Bun

Everyone loves a burger, are we right?! Patty and Bun, based in London, will deliver you your burgers to your home with everything you need for restaurant-quality food - Just add lettuce, tomato and any sides.

Patty and Bun home kit

The burgers themselves are easy to cook and taste delicious. They deliver nationwide and you can also mix and match with vegan burgers if required.

Burger at home kit

Find out more here.


If you're not sure what you fancy to eat, then Plateaway has a selection of DIY home kits with food inspired from around the world. Some of the restaurants on there include Patty and Bun but they also have Mexican, Thai and Japanese to name a few of the different styles to bring the tastes of the world to your home.

Find out more here.


For a special night in, try Banquist. They are highly recommended if you want to learn to cook with some of the world's best chefs within your own home. There are different food experiences which are delivered to your door. When you're ready, follow along via their online videos and create your own culinary masterpiece!

Find out more here.

Time at home can be fun and delicious when you create your own food at home! The question is, which DIY food box will you try first?

About the Author:

Caroline Towers is the founder of Dreamers who Travel.  When not travelling, she is researching & dreaming of the next trip!


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