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Holiday Gift Guide: Donuts & Coffee

If you have a pal who's all about that donut life, this is the list for her—with a side of java, of course.

LOL…she’ll get it. (Available in runner guy too.) $18, sarahmariedesignstudio.com

Part French press, part thermos, this new bottle brews coffee to-go in only three minutes. The best part: it makes 13 ounces so your buddy will be able to share. $30, waterbobble.com

She’ll lose her rainbow sprinkles over this cute tank. Burnout fabric makes it as comfortable for bed as it is for a run. $28, sparkleathletic.com

Save that iced-coffee junkie some money—and the earth some plastic waste—with this lovely mason jar that provides everything you need to brew a batch in your own home. $36, uncommongoods.com

Because you can’t eat doughnuts while running, but you can stick little plastic ones in your ears. $16, urbanoutfitters.com

For the runner who loves java but can’t stomach the brew before a workout, these little chews pack 50 mg of caffeine per cube. $35 for 20 four-packs, nootrobox.com

Former professional surfer and obstacle-racing enthusiast Laird Hamilton has developed a healthier way to cut your coffee. Instead of spiking the brew with corn syrup and soybean oil, this uses coconut milk powder, sea algae and red palm oil. $17, lairdsuperfood.com

Let her keep breakfast on the brain (literally) with this no-slip headband designed for runners. $12, oneupbands.com

A rich taste, pretty packaging…what could be missing? The high-acid content found in most beans. This brand is committed to serving up coffee that goes down easy. $10.50 for 12 oz., trucup.com