Need gift ideas for people who like to cook? Don’t despair; there are actually many different possibilities to choose from, from cookbooks to kitchen gadgets and everything in between. If you just do a little searching you’re sure to find something that will work. To help you out, here are 8 ideas that will enhance anyone’s kitchen:
Table of Contents
- 1 1. Aerolatte Milk Frother
- 2 2. Baker’s Edge Brownie Pan
- 3 3. Oster Myblend
- 4 4. Microplane zester
- 5 5. Idevices Igrill
- 6 6. Pure Komachi Ceramic Knives
- 7 7. KitchenAid Artisan 5-Qt Stand Mixer
- 8 8. Joseph Joseph Garlic Rocker
- 9 9. Online Cooking School
- 10 10. Cookbooks
1. Aerolatte Milk Frother
The perfect choice for the cook who likes to experiment with coffee drinks, this hand-held, battery-powered gadget will whip up delicious drinks from either hot or cold milk. It’s an inexpensive way to enjoy your favorite coffeehouse drinks at home!
2. Baker’s Edge Brownie Pan
An ingenious idea that was dreamed up when people began to realize that the edges of the brownies are the chewiest, most delicious part of any batch. With its unique serpentine shape, this pan produces only edge pieces, so everyone gets to have their fill. One of the better gift ideas for people who like to cook.
3. Oster Myblend
This is a handy gadget that the health-food lovers on your gift list will really enjoy. It’s an individual-sized blender that lets you create your own home blended sports drink directly in a portable sports bottle. So not only can you enjoy your own creation, but also there is no messy clean up afterward as you simply blend and go.
4. Microplane zester
This is a must-have for any good chef, which makes it one of the best gift ideas for people who like to cook. Zesting allows you to add a burst of flavor to any dish, whether it’s from citrus fruit, hard cheese, or spices. A good zester, with stainless-steel edges and a comfortable grip, makes the job that much easier.
5. Idevices Igrill
Taking grilling to the next level, this amazing piece of technology sends Bluetooth updates directly to your iOS device so that you can know exactly when your meat has reached the ideal temperature. Takes the guess work out of grilling and lets you visit with guests at the same time.
6. Pure Komachi Ceramic Knives
Every cook knows that a good set of knives is essential, but this set is truly one of the better gift ideas for people who like to cook. That’s because it combines razor sharp ceramic blades with the practicality of color coding so that you can avoid cross-contamination.
7. KitchenAid Artisan 5-Qt Stand Mixer
The must-have addition to any chef’s kitchen, this classic KitchenAid model comes with a 5-qt stainless bowl, two-piece pouring shield and flat beater, dough hook, and wire whip attachments so that it can handle just about any job effortlessly.
8. Joseph Joseph Garlic Rocker
Say goodbye to messy garlic presses with this sleek, attractive and extremely functional alternative. Made out of a single piece of stainless steel, when it comes to gift ideas for people who like to cook, this one stands out. All you do is push the rocker onto a clove of garlic to instantly crush and mince. And the stainless steel even serves to deodorize your hands!
9. Online Cooking School
These cooking classes are suitable not only for the beginner, but the advanced cook as well. Perfect your cooking skills and learn new techniques, all without leaving your home. Your favorite cook or foodie would be delighted when you gift them a subscription.
Panna – Learn to Cook Like a Chef
If the cooking enthusiast on your list is interested in cooking well and eating well, then they will absolutely love a subscription to Panna. For only $19.99 a year, they’ll get unlimited access to over 300+ step-by-step video recipes from master chefs. Learn all their secrets and techniques. There is even a 30-Day Free Trial to check out the recipes.
Smart Kitchen – Get all the flavor of culinary school at home
When you gift them a subscription to Smart Kitchen, your favorite cook will learn to cook better, faster and healthier at home. They’ll go beyond basic cooking skills and gain confidence in the kitchen with the most comprehensive online cooking school.
You can never have too many cookbooks! So whether your favorite cook is paleo, vegan, vegetarian or just like to cook, here are a few to add to their collection.
Danielle Walker’s Against All Grain Celebrations
This absolutely beautiful and practical cookbook comes with 125 recipes for grain-free, dairy-free, gluten-free comfort food dishes for holidays and special occasions. With easy to follow recipes using ingredients that can be found in any paleo pantry, this cookbook is a winner.
Paleo Soups & Stews
Features more than 105 nourishing recipes, from foundation broths to a wide variety of soups and stews that cater to every taste, season, occasion, and course.
Practical Paleo, 2nd Edition (Updated and Expanded)
One of the best cookbooks for going Paleo. This is a wonderful resource that provides comprehensive information on nutrition and health along with delicious recipes.
Small Victories: Recipes, Advice + Hundreds of Ideas for Home Cooking Triumphs
Perfect for the beginner and the experienced home cook alike, this book is packed with delicious and fun to make recipes, that’ll inspire your foodie to start cooking even more.
Again, this is just a small sampling of the many gift ideas for people who like to cook, but this list should give you a great place to start. Whether they’re accomplished chefs or novice home cooks, anyone’s kitchen can be enhanced with the addition of gifts like these.