It’s here! The best gift guide for foodies and cooks for under $20! This is a sponsored post by UncommonGoods and as always, all opinions are my own, and I only write about things I love. As always, I’ve hand picked some really unique and fun items for your foodie and cooking friends and family. They’ll make you shine and all are less than $20!
Every year, on my own I have featured a few things from UncommonGoods, among other places. They never disappoint when it comes to cool and different must-haves. This year I was thrilled when they approached me to share a few more of their special items. While I am only sharing cooking and foodie related things, they also offer other fabulous finds.
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There’s something here for everyone from the novice cook to those who are more experienced in the kitchen — and those who are just into food. Let’s get on with it, shall we?
Off we go . . .
1- Produce Storage Sacks from UncommonGoods – $8 – 14
Such a cool way to store your Farmer’s Market finds!
2- Masala Indian Spice Set from UncommonGoods – $19.50
Authentic spices that make Indian cuisine so delicious.
3- Mini Waffle Maker from Crate&Barrel – $11.99
A single-serve waffle iron is darling, and perfect for serving just a couple of people.
4- Chipotle Sea Salt from iHerb – $7.49
A finishing salt with the delicious smoky and spicy flavor of sun-dried chipotle peppers.
5- Bread Warmer from UncommonGoods – $15
Such a pretty terra cotta plate to keep bread warm while serving.
6- Handpainted Atoll Measuring Spoons from Anthropologie – $16
These are just so pretty. Functional art, I call it. My husband got these for me last year and they are displayed on the windowsill above the kitchen sink.
7- Customizable Cookie Stamp from UncommonGoods – $15
Interchangeable letters, numbers, and symbols offer endless possibilities for personalized treats. I think this is such a fun idea!
8- Wooden Trivet from Rustic Kitchen Decor on Etsy – $13
Made from pine, these rustic trivets are available in 10+ stains.
9- Fondue It-Yourself from Sur La Table – $9.95
This is such a fun way to serve a side or dessert!
11- Revolution Spatula from Le Creuset – $16
Personally, I could never have too many of these in my kitchen.
12- The Flavor Thesaurus: A Compendium of Pairings, Recipes and Ideas for the Creative Cook on Amazon
This book is so awesome for anyone who loves to cook. (It’s on my night table!)
14- Palmwood Prep Bowls from The Pepper Project – $2
Perfect for pre-measuring ingredients, and they’re great on the table for condiments.
15- Maelle Cake Server from Anthropologie – $10
I would love to serve homemade cake with one of these pretty hand painted servers.
16- Wine Infused Cedar Grilling Plank Set from UncommonGoods – $12
Wine infused, richly colored planks, impart flavor into the food you’re grilling.
17- Microplane Graters from William-Sonoma – $16.95
I use a microplane grater for cheese, chocolate, ginger, garlic, and the list goes on.
18- Nibbits in Dark Chocolate from Fran’s Chocolates – $12
Fran’s Chocolate are the absolute best. Period.
19- Spoon Rest from Le Creuset – $19.99
I don’t think I could cook without a spoon rest next to my stove.
20- Tomato Takeover Grow Kit from UncommonGoods – $19.95
I don’t know a cook who wouldn’t love to reach outside for a homegrown tomato.
Need even more less than $20 ideas for the foodies and cooks in your life? At your service . . . .