These 13 Cooking Gifts Are So Useful, You'll Add Some to Your Wish List
We all know someone who has a newfound love for cooking and embracing their inner Food Network Star. Cooking is an essential skill that everyone should know, and this holiday season, giving versatile appliances and supplies can truly be the gift that keeps on giving! From pies to pasta, we've got you covered. No matter what creations your loved ones are concocting, these supplies will lend a helping hand during their kitchen adventures. From staple appliances like slow cookers to handy utensils like nonstick pans, we curated the most useful and chic gifts that all home cooks will appreciate endlessly.
For Baking Pros: Rachael Ray Cucina Nonstick Bakeware Set
If you're shopping for someone who loves to bake, get them this all-inclusive 10-piece Rachael Ray Cucina Nonstick Bakeware Set ($80, originally $100). It includes two cookie pans, two round cake pans, one square cake pan, two loaf pans, one rectangular cake pan with a lid, and a 12-cup muffin and cupcake pan.
For the Grill Masters: BBQ Accessories 16-Piece Grill Set
If they love all things barbecue, get them this incredible BBQ Accessories 16-Piece Grill Set ($32). It includes a Swiss knife, spatula, tongs, basting brush, cleaning brush, corn holders, and skewers.
A Cooking Must Have: Amazon Basics Enameled Cast Iron Covered Dutch Oven
For stews, soups, and more, every new chef dreams of having a good-quality cast-iron dutch oven. The Amazon Basics Enameled Cast Iron Covered Dutch Oven ($41) is perfect for the budding chef and comes in a variety of colors.
A High-Quality Air Fryer: Instant Vortex 4-in-1 Air Fryer
If they haven't jumped on the air-fryer train, now is your chance to gift them the Instant Vortex 4-in-1 Air Fryer ($100, originally $120). It has a digital touchscreen and customizable smart cooking programs, and it's super easy to maintain and clean. It can air fry, broil, roast, dehydrate, bake, and reheat. It's a kitchen tool that they'll use so often, their microwave might shed a tear.
A Kitchen Necessity: Instant Pot Duo Crisp 11-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker With Air Fryer Lid
Get them a gadget that does it all with the Instant Pot Duo Crisp 11-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker With Air Fryer Lid ($120, originally $200); it will be the only thing on their counter. It's the same beloved Instant Pot that can pressure cook, sauté, cook rice, steam veggies, and more, but now it can also air fry! How cool is that!?
For Meal Prepping: Prepdeck Recipe Preparation Kit and Storage
Help them meal prep like a pro with this Prepdeck Recipe Preparation Kit and Storage ($129). It's got everything they need to prep meals in one station. The space-saving design includes a large cutting board, 15 meal-prep containers of varying sizes, a removable trash bin, and a storage section for tools. It even comes with multiuse prepping tools like a grater, a zester, a juicer, a slicer, a garlic grater, a vegetable peeler, a bottle opener and more.
A Nonstick Set: T-fal Pure Cook Nonstick Aluminum 12-Piece Cookware Set
The new chef in your life will need a set of good cookware. The T-fal Pure Cook Nonstick Aluminum 12-Piece Cookware Set ($70) has all that they need to experiment with recipes, including a folding steam basket, fry pans, sauce pans, a stew pot, a griddle, and accompanying lids.
A Handy Food Processor: Cuisinart Elemental 8-Cup Food Processor
The Cuisinart Elemental 8-Cup Food Processor with 3-Cup Bowl in Gunmetal ($100) is a staple piece for any new cook. Instead of wasting so much time chopping and dicing, they can just throw everything in this gadget for finely diced veggies and herbs.
A Glam Utensil Set: Homestia 10-Piece Stainless Steel Utensil Set
There is nothing more gorgeous than the Homestia 10-Piece Stainless Steel Utensil Set ($26). It comes in black, rose gold, silver, and gold.