Gifts for your favourite cook { $10 or less }

Christmas is only one month away! Have you started your Christmas shopping yet? If not, don’t freak out! If you know someone that loves to spend time in the kitchen, then I have you covered with these cute gift ideas for your culinary-inclined friends.

I think some of these gifts would pair well with items you can easily pick up at the grocery store for a thoughtful gift that won’t break the bank.

Simply tie the ice cream scoops to a package of cookie dough. Or bundle the frother up with a bag of your favourite coffee beans. Know a serious garlic lover? I actually think it would be so cute to gift the stainless steel soap with a bunch of beautifully braided garlic.

What are you buying your favourite cooks?


gift guide - easy gift ideas for cooks (10 dollars or less)

A flour sack tea towel for wiping up spills, $8.50.

Ice cream scoops for dishing out cookie batter in 3 sizes, $9.90.

Stainless steel soap to rid hands of garlic smells, $7.93.

 A slim spatula for scraping down food processors while avoiding blades, $5.49.

An umbrella ring dish to keep jewels safe at the sink, $8.00.

spiralizer for carrot and zucchini noodles, $7.99.

A frother for almond milk lattes, $6.54.

Printable spice labels for a retro pantry, $6.00.

Add a scoop of love with this wooden heart spoon, $9.99.


    • Thanks, Amanda! I’m working on a gift guide for foodie friends with many more food ideas 😀

  1. That ring holder is perfect… I never think of it as something to have in the kitchen, but it makes so much sense! I also have yet to get a spiralizer. It’s been on my list of kitchent things to get for awhile now and will probably the first item on my Christmas list!

    • A cute ring holder like this one makes it extra great, right?
      Be good and I’m sure Santa will bring you that spiralizer! You’ll love it!

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