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Kitchen Gifts That Can’t Be Beat

Thu, Dec 01, 2016 at 9:10AM

Kitchen Gifts That Can’t Be Beat

Are you struggling to find the perfect gift for the last person on your list? Check their kitchen—if they’re a culinary connoisseur, a gift for the space where they love to cook, bake and dine might be perfect!

In today’s blog, we will be sharing a few of our favorite kitchen-centric gift ideas. Give them to a loved one (or, if you’re a chef at heart yourself, save one for your own kitchen!).

Baker’s basket

For those who can’t seem to get out of the kitchen (or who never want to leave), consider curating a basket filled with goodies like ingredients or specialized tools that can help them along the way. If they love to bake, that might mean a new spatula, specialty chocolates, or a novelty set of measuring cups they’re sure to get lots of use out of.

Personalized gear

Whether it’s an apron, set of hand towels or even a bona fide chef’s hat, personalized gear is sure to make the chef on your list feel extra special as they whip together snacks, treats and holiday meals.

Mini appliances

While it might not be right to gift someone with a refrigerator or new stove, smaller appliances make for excellent gifts! A slow cooker can help you give the gift of warm, homecooked meals, for example, while a new blender might make breakfasts and refreshments a little easier.


The chef does all the cooking, but why not help them with the ingredients? For a small but supremely meaningful gift, a jar filled with neat, proportioned layers of dry ingredients (for treats like brownies or Christmas cookies) and wrapped up in a bow can mean a lot to the baked goods aficionado.

Helpful subscriptions

A subscription to a helpful cooking resource (whether it be a recipe delivery program or culinary magazine) might just turn out to be the gift that keeps on giving this year. The recipient will think of you every time they put together a new creation!

Meaningful décor pieces

Many at-home chefs spend more time than they’d care to admit in the kitchen—but they might be so busy putting together delicious meals, that they forget to decorate the kitchen space itself! You can help remedy this by gifting them with sweet, meaningful décor pieces, such as decorative cookie jars or a wall hanging with a special quote.

Which of these gifts is making your list this year? No matter what you choose, it’s sure to bring lots of warmth and delicious flavors to the kitchen of someone you care about.




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