These gift ideas for cooks list came about during my recent hunt for a fun, yet reasonably priced gift for someone that likes to cook.
Tips For Choosing Gifts For Cooking Enthusiasts:
- In conversation, determine if they need any cooking supplies or items.
- Pick a gift based upon their favorite foods. (e.g. do they love to bake or prepare casseroles?)
- Check reviews on any potential gifts for best functionality and quality.
A favorite must-have kitchen item!
Lodge Enameled Dutch Oven 6 quart.
Cuisinart Chef’s Classic 5 1/2 quart saute pan.
Very handy to have in a well-equipped kitchen.
Once I started using a microplane, I wondered how I ever did without it. Great for lemon zest, nutmeg.
So handy to have for grinding up the fresh herbs and spices!
A salt server makes a wonderful gift!
Oven Guard Pie Drip Pan – place under pie plate to keep oven clean!
Safety Grater – grate potatoes, carrots or your favorite veggies without scraping your knuckles!
Lilypad Silicone Bowl Covers – Great alternative to saran wrap.
Glass Syrup and Honey Dispenser.
A wood cutting board.
Coffee Scoop with clip!
Stainless Steel Tea Kettle.
Krups Electric Spice and Coffee Grinder.
Cuisinart 15 piece Stainless Block Set.
Gifts For Cooks Who Have Everything:
Several years ago, on a whim, I purchased a rechargeable wine opener. So handy and much easier to open the wine. Great for those with pain, joint or hand issues.
Great quality grill utensils are always appreciated.
There is no such thing as too many aprons. The bonus on this is the “cheat sheet” measurement conversions printed at the bottom of the apron!
Fun Gifts For Chefs:
Monkey Wine Bottle Cover
The ultimate Star Trek fan will appreciate this fun waffle maker!
Spatulas for the stocking!
A Healthy Meal For The Cooks and Foodies:
If your friend or family member loves to cook but doesn’t have time to shop, give them a subscription to Sun Basket.
Sunbasket delivers sustainable, organic ingredients and recipes. Their boxes are 100% recyclable and they offer menu options for paleo, vegetarian, gluten-free, and lean.
Give a gift card, or send a box during a week they’ll be extra busy. Even better, if they’re a foodie blogger it makes that next piece of content practically write itself. Come to think of it, you deserve to give yourself a Christmas gift this year…
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