Make the foodie in your life happy this holiday season with ideas from this Kitchen Holiday Gift Guide!
Updated for the 2022 Holiday Season!
I always have so much fun putting together gift guides! Especially when I find a product that I love and want to share with you. And since so much of my focus over here is on the kitchen, I thought it would be fun to share a Kitchen Gift Guide, so you can find some great things for the foodie in your family! I’ve got something for everyone…everything from my favourite dish cloths, to my dream mixer to things I can’t live without! I hope you leave inspired to get your holiday shopping done!
Kitchen Holiday Gift Guide
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Special Rolling Pins
These are the most fun find I have come across this year! These are rolling pins made out of recycled hardwoods and skateboards. They are made locally here in Calgary by Martinus & Adrian Pool, but you can also purchase them online, along with a number of other items such as serving bowls. What a fun and unique gift idea! And they’re handmade. I love local, handmade gifts. I would LOVE to find one of these under the tree this year!
If you have someone who loves to make bread on your Christmas list this year, give them a handcrafted bread lame! This gorgeous bread lame is from LameWay, a Canadian company based in Nelson, BC. I was gifted this beautiful hand forged twisted bread lame and I love it!
I received these loaf pans as Christmas gift, and I absolutely love them…in fact I tell anyone I can that if they like to bake, these Williams Sonoma Traditional Finish Loaf Pans are a kitchen must! I’ve never had loaves bake as even or as perfect as I have since I started using them. They’re not that expensive either, so they’d make a great gift.
Joy of Cooking Cookbook
I love receiving cookbooks at Christmas! There’s just something so nice about flipping through a cookbook and marking pages of things you want to make. My most favourite cookbook of all time is the Joy of Cooking! I love this book.
I live in my pinafores. Truly. There is not a day that goes by when I don’t wear it in the kitchen or to clean. I LOVE them. This pinafore (in slate) from Vermont Linen Company is my favourite.
I hope you found some gift inspiration for your own holiday shopping! What’s on your wish list this year?