The gift guide for the foodies, bakers and home chefs in your life!
Some of my kitchen favorites here as well as items any foodie, baker or home chef would love to have in their kitchen.
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THE INSTANT POT. I honestly didn’t know I needed one until we got one. Mr. FMK loves it too – mainly because he doesn’t have to do much but throw stuff in the pot then walk away until it’s cooked. It also makes quinoa in about 5 minutes, chicken in 10 and so many other things. This one linked is the 10-in-1!
2. Ceramic Knives – $60
I recently got a set of ceramic knives and they’re pretty awesome! They’re super lightweight and very sharp.
3. Bakers Gonna Bake Sweatshirt – $40
Need I say more?
4. 10″ Cast Iron Pan – $15
A really versatile cast iron pan size – I make my favorite deep dish cookie in this. But also great for searing meat, and cooking crispy vegetables.
5. Textured Silicone Grip Whisk Set – $25
I love the Food52 site and their shop page is filled with tons of exclusive and unique pieces. These geometric whisks would be a great gift.
6. Marble Rolling Pin – $18
I’m always a sucker for these beautifully colored dutch ovens! You too? Definitely an amazing gift for your cook.
8. Breville Sous Chef Food Processor – $399
If you’re looking to splurge on your home chef this year and they need a food processor, I cannot recommend Breville enough. This one is their newer model and comes with a nice little case to hold the attachments. I have this one and still use it on a regular basis if looking for something a little less expensive.
9. Half Baked Harvest Cookbook – $12
Everyone could use a new cookbook in their lives, right? Half Baked Harvest has always been one of my personal favorites (her recipes and photography are just stunning) and I am sure her first cookbook is nothing short of amazing. Definitely a great gift for the foodie.
10. NordicWare Gold Anniversary Bundt Pan – $29
I have this bundt pan and it is SO pretty. If you or your baker doesn’t have a bundt pan yet, get them one. They make cakes look effortlessly beautiful.
11. The Inspiralizer – $34
A must for the kitchen. Spiralizing zucchini for paleo stir fry noodles and sweet potatoes for super quick cooking are just a couple of ways I use this tool on an almost weekly basis.
12. KitchenAid Ceramic Tilt Head Mixing Bowl – $69
How pretty would this look on the KitchenAid mixer? Especially if the stand mixer is kept on the countertop. Love the black version too.