10 Gifts for Food Lovers

10 Gift Ideas for Foodies

From kitchen tools to aprons to oils, we’ve got your complete Christmas shopping list for all the food lovers on your list.

1.  Oil Mister

For fans of clean eating, this kitchen tool is an essential. Skip the additives and propellants found in commercial cooking sprays and use this pump bottle to spray the oil of your choice.

2.  Slow cooker

For the busy mom on your list, a slow cooker is a hard-working gift that’s sure to be appreciated. Choose a brightly colored slow cooker for a gift that’s as fun as it is functional.

3.  Cookbook stand

For the cookbook junkie, opt for a stand to facilitate kitchen adventures for many meals to come. Choose one with a plastic cover for splatter protection.

4.  Milk frother

Coffee addicts will love a handheld milk frother for making lattes and more at home.

5.  Silicone baking mat

Home bakers will find plenty of uses for a silicone baking mat, from rolling out dough to lining cookie sheets.

6.  Stylish Apron

Hostesses and savvy cooks will appreciate a gift that is both functional and stylish.

7.  Reusable shopping bag

The ultimate eco-friendly gift, these green bags are perfect for toting the haul from the local market or bakery.

8.  Silicone spatulas

For the new cook, give an indispensible kitchen tool that can be used for everything from stirring hot soups and sauces to baking brownies.

9.   Set of flavored oil or vinegar

Gourmets will enjoy these flavored oils and vinegars for culinary exploration.

10. eMeals subscription

Simplify meal planning for your loved one for the next year by giving a 12-month subscription to eMeals.

What’s the best food-related gift you ever gave or received? Let us know by leaving a comment, or connect with us on Twitter or Facebook.

 

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