Dec 182014
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Gifts for the kitchen are some of my favorite gifts to receive.  Whether it’s appliances, gizmos, gadgets, new foods, cookbooks – it doesn’t matter.  If it’s related to cooking, I’m excited.

Here are a few of my favorite foodie gifts.

Stainless Steel Trivet Scale

Foodie Gifts: Brushed Stainless Steel Trivet Scale from Salter

I love kitchen scales but sometimes have a challenge with finding the space to store them.  You don’t have to worry about that, though, with this Brushed Stainless Steel Trivet Scale from Salter.  Not only does it only take up a tiny bit of space but it can also be used as a serving trivet for your table.  The front scale display slides into the base keeping it clean, protected, and out-of-the-way.

IMUSA Cooking Gear

Foodie Gifts: IMUSA Cooking Gear

One of my newest favorite brands is IMUSA.  They have so many awesome products!  Hubby is a huge fan of Mexican food so he especially likes the fresh tortillas I’ve been making with my tortilla press.  Next on my wish list is either an espresso maker (and the cute espresso cup & plate sets they have) or pressure cooker.  Decisions, decisions!

Black & Decker Convection Toaster Oven

Foodie Gifts: Black & Decker Stainless Steel Convection 6-Slice Toaster Oven

While I would love to have double ovens that’s probably a wish to be filled sometime down the road.  In the meantime I’m able to cook more dishes at once with the help of our Black & Decker Stainless Steel Convection 6-Slice Toaster Oven.  It’s big enough to fit a 12″ pizza and we’ve used it for baked potatoes, garlic bread, warming up snacks, lots of stuff.

George Foreman Grill

Foodie Gifts: George Foreman 5-Serving Grill with Removable Plates

I’ve had a George Foreman for years.  I always loved being able to cook up healthier burgers, fish and more on it.  The one thing I didn’t always love was having to clean it.  The George Foreman 5-Serving Grill with Removable Plates, though, gives you plenty of surface area to cook for a crowd plus you can pop off the plates for easy cleanup.  This would also be an awesome gift for tailgate fans or college students, too.

Personal Blender

Foodie Gifts: Tribest Mason Jar Personal Blender

Our personal blender has gotten a lot of use in the last few years.  Know what we use it for most often?  Scrambled eggs!  Whipping eggs and a tablespoon of water in one of them makes the fluffiest, yummiest eggs.  We used it so much, actually, that it died not all that long ago.  So I was happy to replace it with the Tribest Mason Jar Personal Blender.  Mason jars are kind of everywhere right now, so it was fun to see them included

These are just a few of my favorite foodie gifts from this year.  There are a few I still have on my wishlist, too, like the pasta attachment for my KitchenAid mixer!

What are your favorite foodie gifts?

This post contains affiliate links and I received some of the products mentioned. All words and opinions are my own.

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About Liza

Liza is a mom (5-year-old daughter, 20-year-old stepson, and 24-year-old stepdaughter) and wife living in Louisville. She loves spending time with her family, visiting the local zoo and parks, as well as planning travel adventures. Cooking and baking, DIY projects and crafts, and coffee - lots and lots of coffee - round out some of her other hobbies.

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