Welcome to my second gift guide this holiday season! This gift guide is perfect for anyone that has a kitchen, haha. Whether you’re looking for gift ideas for a mom with kids, a college student, or someone like me – a recent college graduate who knows that learning to cook is an important life skill but is currently too lazy to do so, then you’ve come to the right place.
Here are some gift ideas perfect for any beginner to advance chef in your life.
Holiday Gift Ideas for the Kitchen
Gift Ideas for the Kitchen Under $50
I never truly understood frothers until recently when I had my hot chocolate frothed. You can froth your coffee, milk, protein shakes, or matcha tea.
Regular Mouth Mason – $14.99
Mason jars are so cute and versatile. You can use it to drink, store sugar, salt, etc – basically anything! The lid is pretty sealed tight so this is perfect for anything and everything.
Sink Caddy with Suction Cup – $16.99
This is such a great idea and makes the sink look more organized and put together. The sink caddy has 2 slots for sponges and a sunken part for a scrubbing brush.
Powerful Magnetic Knife Strip – $42.95
If you have a fancy knife set, this knife strip is such a great way to show off your collection! The strip is super strong and durable so you’ll know that knives won’t be flying everywhere.
Gift Ideas for the Kitchen Under $100
Gibson Home Zen Buffet Dinnerware Set (30 pieces) – $54.99
These plates are simple and elegant, perfect for presenting home-cooked foods. White is the way to go, as it will match any home aesthetic. The dishes are a smooth glossy finish, making them easy to clean. Also, the high vertical walls of the bowls make them pretty compact.
Keurig K-Mini Coffee Maker – $69.99
Time to ditch your regular Keurig for a sleek, slim, and affordable model. Ideal for coffee addicts who just don’t have enough time in the mornings. It takes less than 5 min and you have a full cup of coffee ready to go. The bottom drip tray is removable, which allows for regular mugs and travel mugs!
Freshly grounded coffee in the morning is the best. Not only does grounded coffee smell so good, but it is also a natural odor absorbent. Why not turn your home into a roaster?
Gift Ideas for the Kitchen Under $200
It’s hard to make freshly baked cookies when you have a busy schedule and low motivation. There’s no better way to change all of that and up your baking game than a stand mixer.
The quality and performance of this stand mixer seem comparable to higher-priced brands. The motor is powered at 650 watts. Additionally, the bowl is big enough to handle virtually any task you throw at it.
A cutting board that is exactly what you’re looking for. It’s large enough to keep all of your preparations, durable, and has a juice groove for easy cleaning. The cutting board is 1-1/2″ thick, which isn’t too heavy and doesn’t add too much to the counter height.
Henckels TWIN Signature Knife Block Set – $149.95
This knife set adds a nice feature to your kitchen and is the perfect size for your counter. It contains all the pieces needed for daily use. The handle is comfortable and you get what you pay for!
Keurig K-Cafe Coffee Maker – $169.99
This machine is perfect for coffee lovers in your life. The Keurig K-Cafe Coffee Maker can be used to make espressos, coffee, cappuccino, lattes, and many more. It’s like having a coffee shop in your personal home.