Does someone on your holiday shopping list love to cook (or just loves to eat?)? Check out A Savory Feast’s Foodie’s Holiday Gift Guide 2016 for lots of great gift ideas. Any of these suggestions will delight any foodie this Christmas season.
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How is your Christmas shopping going so far? If you are anything like me, you’ve barely begun! If you need to get some gifts for a foodie, I’ve got some great ideas for you.
Each year I round up a collection of gift ideas that are just what a foodie is wishing for. This is the third annual gift guide, and it’s packed with some pretty fun items!
#1: Mini Cast Iron Skillet
Skillet desserts are in right now! These cute 6-inch skillets are the perfect way for your favorite foodie to make their own little dessert for two.
#2: Mini Donut Maker
We all know that gourmet donuts are a foodie favorite. This gift is a great way to make customized donuts at home.
#3: Pastry Cutter
Every baker needs to own a pastry cutter! This is an inexpensive gift that makes a great stocking stuffer.
#4: Marble Rolling Pin
I just got a marble rolling pin a few week ago and I am in love! It is such a gorgeous piece. I can’t bear to hide it away, so it’s on display on my kitchen counter.
#5: Magazine Subscription
Give your foodie the gift of inspiration! Magazines like Rachael Ray Everyday, Food Network Magazine, or Food & Wine make great gifts. Plus most of these annual subscriptions are just $5 on Amazon!
#6: Colorful Cooking Utensils
Anyone who loves to cook knows you can never have too many utensils like these! I just love how colorful these are.
#7: Wine Stopper
Wine Stoppers are great for stocking stuffers. Aren’t these Little Bird Wine Stoppers adorable? They are under $10, too!
#8: Mason Jar Canisters
If your favorite foodie loves all things mason jars, they will love these canisters! Perfect for easy countertop access to flour, sugar, coffee and tea.
#9: Bento Lunch Box
This is a fun gift for the foodie who packs a lunch for work or school each day. The individual spaces allows them to pack several items like veggies, fruits, a protein and a carb.
#10: KitchenAid Flex Edge Beater
This one has been on my wish list for awhile! If your foodie loves to use their KitchenAid, this gift will make baking even easier.
As a self-proclaimed foodie, I approve this post 😛 All jokes aside, I think this would be a really wonderful set of gifts for anyone in your life that cooks or enjoys cooking. I’m definitely eying a few of these items on this list for a “treat yo’self” moment as well as potential gifts for peers. Thanks for sharing!
Jenna Owens (@aSavoryFeast) says
I’m glad you enjoyed it! It was a lot of fun to put this together and I’m thinking of treating myself as well!
Ooh yes yes yes. My mum has a marble rolling pin and it is the best!! I hate rolling out dough, but it makes it a breeze. I really want that doughnut maker but I definitely have enough random appliances cluttering my benchtop.
Jenna Owens (@aSavoryFeast) says
I just love my marble rolling pin! I have a donut pan but this maker is so fun. I agree that it would take up a lot of room, though!