I asked all my foodie friends what they want for Christmas and what kitchen tools they love! There is something for any hard core or weekend cook! I really put a lot of thought into what I have in my own kitchen that I love and what I would love to have! Hope you enjoy this post and feel free to link in the comments if you have anything you would like to add! I know I’m a terrible gift giver so I can ALWAYS use ideas! Share the idea/gift love!
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Babycakes Donut Maker, Mini
I used this to make my wild blueberry mini donuts with a peanut butter glaze which were delicious, I wish I bought one of these decades ago!
All-Clad Stainless Steel Immersion Blender with Detachable Shaft and Variable Speed Control Dial
I totally wish I had this in my blending arsenal to make salsa, whip cream, sauces, hot chocolate, anything I don’t want to whip out the blender or food processor for! I know one of my readers uses it to make their single serving high protein pumpkin pancake!
Le Creuset Signature Enameled Cast-Iron
Le Creuset Signature Enameled Cast-Iron
Lodge Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven
So many of my food blog/dietitian friends recommended or said they wanted a dutch oven. I don’t own one or know what to do with it so I’d say if you are like me you may want this cookbook too!
Instant Pot 7-in-1 Multi-Functional Pressure Cooker
Okay this just looks like something everyone could find a use for! I love equipment that does multiple things cutting down how many appliances cover my counter!
7-in-1 Multi-Functional Cooker–Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Saute/Browning, Yogurt Maker, Steamer & Warmer.
Love my Vitamix forever and always, especially in the summer when it heats up soup for me!
Vitamix S30 Black Personal Blender with 1 Compact and 2 Portable To-Go Containers
A portable style Vitamix, now that is pretty freaking awesome!
Cuisinart 14-Cup Food Processor, Brushed Stainless Steel
This isn’t exactly the one I have, I couldn’t find the one I have from Costco. However any food processor is a great gift, by far my most used kitchen appliance.
Wisco Pizza Oven
Pizza ovens use wood, coal or gas to cook pizza, allowing them to get hotter faster. This allows them to use less electric and in some cases gives a deeper rich flavor. The biggest benefit, pizza in 2-5 minutes!
Presto Pizzazz Plus Rotating Oven
Pizzacraft Pizza Oven Accessories/Folding Peel & Stone Brush
NutriChef Kitchen Electric Countertop Food Dehydrator, Food Preserver, White
I think the best part about dehydrators are easy snacks and saving things from going bad!
5 L K&K Keramik German Made Fermenting Crock Pot Kerazo
To be honest, I have no desire to make my own kombucha or yogurt, but some people do! Extreme foodies may be totally into culturing their own yogurt. It could also be fun to do with kids to show them how yogurt is made!
KitchenAid Piece Pasta Roller & Cutter Attachment Set, Silver
One of my dietitian blog friends recommended this and seemed super excited about it. Of course you would have to have a KitchenAid first. If you know someone who has one they might enjoy some fun accessories for it! I never even knew they had accessories!
KitchenAid Spiralizer Attachment with Peel, Core and Slice
This woul dbe the attahement I would want!
KitchenAid KSM1APC Spiralizer Attachment with Peel, Core and Slice
Cuisinart Frozen Yogurt, Ice Cream & Sorbet Maker, Red
This was a recommendation, I think anything dessert related is always a win!
Yonanas Healthy Ice Cream Maker
Over the summer I got the chance to review the Yonanas machine and loved it! You can read my review here!
Yonanans Nice Cream Maker
Totally Bamboo Malibu Groove Cutting Board with Snowflake Design
Nice cutting boars are always appreciated! They should be purchased and replaced somewhat frequently to keep up with sanitation so they are a nice gift!
Mrs. Anderson Nonstick Baking Mat
Random but so helpful, then again parchment paper seems to do the trick for me! Do you guys have things you love your baking mats for? If so tell us below!
John Boos Au Jus Maple Cutting/Carving Board with Hand Grips and Sloping Juice Groove
For fun, for those who can’t decide what to make for dinner!
I need a rolling pin, currently I use a wine bottle. #priorities
GreenLife Non-Stick Ceramic Gourmet Fry Pan Set
According to my MIL these are the best skillets EVER! Nothing sticks to them, nothing burns, cooks evenly and super easy to clean! I included Amazon link below but she got hers from Costco.
This one would be big enough for a whole spaghetti squash!
Seasoned Cast Iron
Like my sister in law said, just one good one will last you the rest of your life!
Food Network Mandolin
My MIL swears by this mandolin she got at Kohls! I got a similar one at Target and love it as well! I think it is a great small gift for anyone!
This is my juicer and I love it! We juice up a storm in the winter when dessert is plentiful and veggies aren’t as much so!
Breville JE98XL Juice Fountain Plus 850-Watt Juice Extractor
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What do you want this holiday season?
I need a ton of cooking gear, but I usually just count that as a Food Blog expense. I’ll probably purchase Hungry Hobby a spiralizer this year so I can have zucchini and sweet potato noodles FOREVER!
For me, I want all the workout, fashion, clothes stuff I can get my hands on. More on that soon!