This holiday gift guide is for the foodies on your list! Foodie gifts, like kitchen tools, sweet and savory treats, and more top this guide. I hope it gives you some great ideas for foodie gifts for this holiday season.
My first item is a splurge gift items – or maybe you’ll even want to buy it for your own kitchen! The Hexclad Hybrid Nonstick Commercial Cookware 7-piece set includes 3 saute pans, a wok, and lids. Stainless steel and nonstick, this is the only set you’ll need.
Another great Amazon find is the Bartesian Premium Cocktail and Margarita Machine. This machine allows you to make mixologist cocktails at home. Cocktail capsules fit right into the machine, ensuring the perfect amount is poured for each drink. Available for $349.99.
Got a foodie AND Disney lover on your list? How about Le Crueset’s 5 piece Mickey Mouse Set. For $300 (on sale), this set includes a Mickey Mouse adorned Dutch Oven with two Mickey ear shaped ramekins. Imagine all the meals you can create with this adorable set!
But first, and always, coffee! Gift the caffeine lover in your life with this unique take on the beverage: Sugarfina x Alfred Bourbon Cold Brew Caffeinated Gummy Bears In Coffee (Nonalcoholic). For $14, you’ll get a taste of Alfred’s cold brew blend flavor plus a splash of real bourbon, in gummy form! Grab a bag at Neiman Marcus.
The Williams Sonoma Olive Crate that would make a wonderful holiday gift for a foodie or someone who enjoys entertaining. It is $99 and includes an olive tree, extra virgin olive oil, soap and lotion infused with olive oil. Grab your set from Williams Sonoma.
What foodie wouldn’t love a Harry & David Classic Christmas Gift Basket chock full of treats? Juicy pears, chocolate, popcorn and more fill this festive crate. Order one for all the foodies on your list for $79.99 at Harry & David.
The Ninja Foodi 5-in-1 Indoor Grill with Air Fry, Roast, Bake and Dehydrate features. Perfect for busy cooks; meat goes from frozen to chargrilled in only 25 minutes. Purchase from Kohls on sale for $169.99 and get dinner started!
The Duo Instant Pot 6qt 7-in-1 Multi Use Cooker is another kitchen must-have! This cooker is capable of speeding up your cooking whether you are sautéing, cooking chili, stews, and much more. Purchase on sale for $49 from Target.
Going to a party for the holidays? Bring your host these Blonde Tortoise Laser Cut Monogram Coasters from Paper Source. If they have a home bar, they’ll be sure to love these! Order from Paper Source for $49.95.
Got a meat lover in your life? Give them the gift of jerky! People’s Choice Jerky offers several jerky box boxes and gift basket options, including sweet beef jerky, spicy beef jerky, peppered beef jerky, and healthy beef jerky. Or let them try them all with the “One-of-Everything” Jerky Sampler box!
Newlyweds on your list? Give them the Material Kitchen Iconics Kitchen Set. For $245, they’ll receive a set of essential knives, wooden and stainless spoons, slotted spoon/colander, and whisk. This modern set features everything needed to set up a new kitchen.
The Joule Sous Vide is the smallest on the market. Anyone who enjoys food with love having this in their kitchen. The Joule allows food to cook to the perfect temperature using a water bath. Definitely a cool gift for the cook that has everything. It works with iPhone or android to monitor and set cooking times. Purchase for $249.95.
Two words: Peppermint Bark! Williams-Sonoma Original Peppermint Bark is only available during the holidays and it is not to be missed! This white chocolate peppermint bark with crushed candy canes is a foodie’s dream! Order directly from Williams-Sonoma for $29.99-$99.99 depending on size of box chosen.
Wine lovers will love the Merlot Wine Making Kit from Uncommon Goods. Everything needed to make a gallon of red wine from Merlot grapes from Chile is included. Order for your favorite foodie or wine connoisseur for $60 from Uncommon Goods.
At Sur La Table stores you can give the gift of cooking classes. With classes like Crepes 3 ways, Chocolate 101, and Date Night there is definitely something to interest everyone. Visit the Sur La Table website to see the dates and locations available in your area. Prices vary based on class chosen.
Have you tried a Mast Brothers Chocolate Bar? They are heavenly! Give the gift of dreamy creamy almond butter chocolate bars. Twelve bars are $72. Grab a case and throw them in all the stockings!
Foodies love spice and what better than the gift that keeps on giving like a Food52 Small-Batch Quarterly Hot Sauce Subscription. This subscription costs $120 and includes 4 shipments of obscure but amazing hot sauce. Heat up their whole year with this gift! Order from Food52
If you’re from New York, then you may already know about Duchess Cookies. They are gourmet filled cookies that look and taste amazing. Cookie Monster cookies are blue and stuffed with cookie dough; Unicorn cookies are pink sugar cookies stuffed with strawberry cheesecake and sprinkles. There are so many more to choose from. Head over to Duchess Cookies to ship a package of these amazing treats to that special foodie on your list. Price varies based on selection.
Any foodie knows Li-Lac Chocolates are a classic and they are also perfect to gift for the holidays. Want to make a statement? Check out their Spectacular Christmas Basket. At $290 it is the ultimate in chocolate gifts, boasting over 5 lbs of chocolate. Peppermint bark, chocolate novelties, butter crunch and more – all handmade in Brooklyn.
Goldbelly is home to every kind of foodie gift you can imagine. Whether you want crab legs or cake, you can send it! How about a nice gift of cheese this holiday season? Perfect for any gathering or pair with a bottle of wine for guests. The International Cheese Assortment from Ideal Cheese Shop is $89 for a choice of 3 cheeses and crackers. Order on Goldbelly.
Savannah Bee Company sells remarkable specialty honey. Their holiday set, the Seasons Best 12 oz gift set includes 3 choice honeys. It’s a perfect gift for anyone that enjoys tea! Grab this gift set for $57.
I hope this foodie gift guide gave you some great ideas for those foodies and your holiday gift list. Maybe you even found some goodies to add to your own kitchen or holiday celebration. Stay tuned for a few more gift guides coming your way!