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Chances are, you have a foodie friend or two that you need to pick out a gift for this holiday season. Whether you're shopping for a budding chef or for someone who already knows their way around the kitchen, there are plenty of well-designed tools and smart gadgets — from beautifully crafted wooden spoons and stunning saucepans to devices that help you get dinner on the table quicker, like the Instant Pot — that can enhance their skills and inspire them to get creative when cooking and baking.
Below, the best gifts for the food-obsessed:
This clean, minimal kitchen apron is anything but basic. Not only is it cute, but it's also designed with built-in potholders at the bottom corners, so you can easily remove steaming lids and transfer hot dishes to the table.
Your food-prepping friend will love these lightweight bowls, perfect for taking lunch to the office. Plus, they have a lid with a secure, snap-tight silicone strap that makes taking your meals on the go totally mess-free.
Perfect for trips to the farmer's market, this eco-friendly, French-inspired shopping bag comes in eight cheerful shades that make even running errands très chic.
Whether you're a cooking newbie or seasoned chef, every kitchen should be stocked with an Instant Pot. Serving as seven different appliances — including a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, steamer, warmer, and more — it gives you a consistently delicious meal every single time with hardly any effort.
Pop your cookbook, tablet, or iPad onto this stand to follow your recipe, so you don't miss any steps. The wood and white metal frame is versatile enough to match your current kitchen or home decor.
When in doubt, order the onion rings! Designed by foodie Katie Kimmel, this cheeky cotton-cashmere blend sweater will get all the compliments, along with a few LOLs.
Great as a holiday, wedding, or housewarming gift, this 12-piece cookware set has everything you need to stock your kitchen properly. Also great? The whimsical sage green adds an organic touch to your kitchen.
Starting as a wedge (for easy storage), this cheese board transforms into a tiered server, perfect for curating your next appetizer spread. Bonus: It includes a cheese knives, which can be stowed in a discreet drawer inside the board.
With almost 7,000 five-star reviews on Amazon, this mixer is a no-brainer for the baker in your life. And the bold colorways add a pop to any countertop. (Shopper tip: It's currently $120 off right now!)
Your ramen-loving friend will appreciate this cute puzzle, which offers a break from screen time and only takes about 20 minutes to complete.
This seasoning — made with blue poppy seeds, black and sesame seeds, caraway seeds, minced garlic, and salt — gives you everything but the bagel, and can be sprinkled over tuna steaks, chicken, or roasted veggies for an extra kick.
These beautiful, sustainable teak spoons are almost too pretty to use. Choose one or gift the entire five-piece set, which includes the Mix Master, 2-in-1, Big Dipper, Corn Getter, and Flip and Scrape.
Dessert lovers, rejoice — dip everything from fresh fruit to marshmallows to cookies in decadent, gooey chocolate, thanks to this adorable fondue maker.
Brunch enthusiasts (whether they're early-risers or love breakfast for dinner) will enjoy this mini waffle iron, which heats up quickly, is easy to clean, and saves counter space, making it great for city-dwellers.
Any chef will be pleased with these bright, enameled carbon steel butter warmers and saucepans, perfect for whipping up sauces. They can also be set on the dining table, by using the matching lid as a trivet — genius!
The ultimate stocking stuffer, these silly hot sauce socks look great peeking out from the hems of a pair of office pants. You can also snap up other fun patterns, including pizza, bacon, and doughnuts.
If they like food even a little bit, the sous vide is a kitchen must-have. (Just make sure they invite you over once they've perfected the craft.)