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I’ve got you covered with all the best gift ideas for friends, family, and more importantly foodies! From high ticket items to budget-friendly gifts, there’s a gift for everybody’s price points. And they’re allllllll worth the money!
*Since it’s the season of sales, these prices may actually be lower! I included the retail prices, so click through and see if you scored a sale. 🙂
Christmas Gift Ideas for $100 or less
If you want to cook the perfect steak every time, you need to grab this sous vide. This will cook everything to the temperature you select. And what’s even better is that it’s perfect for the ultimate lazy person. All you do is set up a water bath, add the sous vide, let it warm to the chosen temperature, add your food in a bag, wait till its done, and then sear it on the stove. You can even let your food sit in the water bath for hours before you need to take it out.
Want to jump on the bandwagon? Everybody has been wanting this for years. For a good reason too. With multiple purposes, you’ll find yourself using this almost every day.
Christmas Gift Ideas for $50 or less
If you can’t afford and Instant Pot, try opting for a pressure cooker instead. Pressure cookers save you loads of time by cooking stuff faster. And if you have a slow cooker already, then with a pressure cooker as well, you basically have the best parts of an Instant Pot.
If you’re looking to give a cookbook as a gift, this may be the safest choice. Chrissy Teigen may not be your typical chef, but she knows how to make good food. (I’ve already made several of her 100+ recipes.)
Bring out all my hot pot lovers! Perfect for Mongolian hot pot, this allows you to taste both nonspicy and spicy broths!
Everyone needs a wok… at least everyone who loves a stir fry. This wok is made to last and you’re going to need it for cooking on high heat.
Christmas Gift Ideas for $25 or less
A must-have for the kitchen for waffle lovers.
Every person needs this in their kitchen. And I’m pretty sure every person at least thought about. A kitchen scale will not only mean you won’t accidentally make too much food, but it’ll make sure you’ll make everything right (especially with baking). And it’s only about $15! I have this one at home. It’s simple but does the job.
Christmas Gift Ideas for $10 or less
This is another one that’ll just make life easier when you don’t want to take out a cutting board and knife. If all you need to cut up is garlic, you’ll WANT a garlic crusher.
This may seem silly. Herb scissors??? But do you know how annoying it is to have to get out a cutting board and knife just for this purpose? It’s faster than regular kitchen scissors and well… it’s on my wishlist at least.
AND THAT’S A WRAP! These are a perfect mix of practical and quirky that any foodie will love.
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