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    Updated on Jan 31, 2019. Posted on Dec 14, 2018

    38 Deliciously Funny Gifts For Anyone Who Loves Food More Than People

    *Inhales buffet.* *Leaves.*

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    1. An egg cup holder for breakfasts so damn delicious they deserve to be knighted.

    Amazon

    It comes with a cute lil' spoon, too!

    Promising review: "Great quality and craftsmanship! The 'helmet' has the added bonus of keeping the eggs warm for a while longer, too! Very cute, heavy-duty, and well done." —Mistress Adeline

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99.

    2. A plush loaf pillow that'll remind them why they love to carbo load so much when this keeps them ~toasty~ warm all night.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "This is the cutest thing in the whole world. When I am sad, I look at this loaf and find instant happiness. I never knew such joy could be found in a stuffed carb." —Torre Massie

    Get it from Amazon for $19.12.

    3. An honest T-shirt for giving them a way to explain why they spend 90% of their night in front of the party dip. The other 10% is spent on their phone ordering from GrubHub.

    ModCloth

    Get it from ModCloth for $25 (available in sizes XS-4X).

    4. A mini waffle bowl maker so they can make an individual waffle, taco, ice cream sundae, WHATEVER bowl and have the perfect excuse why they can't share. "Minemineminemine," you hear them whisper as they intently watch their treat cook.

    Amazon

    It only weighs three pounds!

    Promising review: "I am not the biggest breakfast person, but I love this machine. Making a waffle bowl filled with fruit is a great way to start your morning. The color goes great in our kitchen. We have used this guy for quite a few breakfasts now. There are many ways to use this, but so far waffle bowls are my favorite." —Scott Brown

    Get it from Amazon for $17.99 (available in three colors).

    5. A slow-rising watermelon squishy who won't find it seedy when your friend needs to relieve some stress. But hopefully they don't get too hungry, because its fruity scent may become too much to resist. Perhaps...just a nibble...

    Amazon

    "Why does your stress toy have teeth marks??" "Oh, the dog..."

    Promising review: "I love this squishy. I bought it for my daughter, although I play with it too (shh). It smells like watermelon, which is a nice feature." —C. Leiker

    Get it from Amazon for $0.98.

    6. A Gudetama book that'll make them wonder how all their deepest thoughts wound up in these pages. "HOW CAN THE EGG READ MY MIND," they'll yell while reading "I like food."

    Amazon, amazon.com

    Promising review: "This book is as charming and as cynically carefree as Gudetama himself. It's the perfect cute coffee table book." —Wes B.

    Get it from Amazon for $7.54.

    7. A ravioli maker to teach them what true love is: pasta stuffed with mounds of cheese. Humans are irrelevant. Parmesan can't leave — it doesn't have any legs.

    Amazon

    It makes 12 raviolis! Just roll the dough flat and press down with this cutter. You're Giada now, congrats!

    Promising review: "This little gadget was great. I thought it would be something to get used to, but I was able to make perfect raviolis the first try! You might be tempted to overfill them, but don't. For the price, you just can't beat this ravioli press." —PFamily

    Get it from Amazon for $14.56.

    8. A set of macaron soaps for what they wish would have been fed to them every time they cursed as a child.

    Etsy

    Promising review: "These are so cute! They looked so good, the recipient wanted to eat one, lol!"—Danielle

    Get a set of five from Sun Basil Garden Soap on Etsy for $25.

    9. A pair of demanding socks so people don't have to read their mind to see into their sole. Honestly the day the they're not thinking about bacon, pigs will fly.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "Sometimes you just need to fly your bacon flag proudly. When you have to be all business-formal at work, you can still show you're a member of Team Bacon with these on your feet. Plus, when combined with some Birkenstock sandals, it's easy to put your feet up on the conference room table and display the urgent message on the soles of your feet. Incredibly it actually worked for me once, so the odds may already be in your favor!" —Barry A Dobyns

    Get them from Amazon for $10.99 (available in six styles).

    10. A soft tortilla blanket, because they'll need the proper tools in order to *truly* create their ideal bed burrito. Will they dream of tacos? Absolutely.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "This is my second burrito blanket so I can't sing praises enough! It's so soft and comfy — I had to buy another for my five-year-old son so he wouldn't steal mine! I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE IT!!!" —Leslie E.

    Get it from Amazon for $39.95.

    11. A BuzzFeed Tasty cookbook that'll help them recreate all the meals they drool over when watching 10,000 food videos on their phone. *Rewatches for fifth time* *In slow-mo* *Takes screenshot*

    Amazon

    Promising review: "I love this book and I love Tasty. The book is divided into two sections — impress yourself and impress your friends. It's perfect for learning new skills and then having people over and showing them off. It's definitely the best book of the bunch." —Constance

    Get it from Amazon for $18.24.

    12. A bottle of spicy honey for making just about everything they eat extra flavorful — aka this may ~literally~ bring tears to their eyes.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "I've tried a lot of honey and lived in New Zealand, home to famous honeys. This is hands down the best honey I've had. I like to have it with chevre or burrata on toast. It's a winner. I can't wait to try more Bees Knees varieties." —Amigurumi Gal

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99 (available in four flavors).

    13. A kawaii coloring book filled with adorable images of comfort food so you can warm their hearts while they presumably also fill their stomachs. It's called multitasking.

    Amazon, amazon.com

    Promising review: "I'm obsessed with this coloring book! It has sooooo many pages of detailed and creative (and adorable!) illustrations to chose from! I like that each page is different and unique! It's a great gift, as well. I purchased one for my sister and she also loves it!" —gaby

    Get it from Amazon for $11.12.

    14. A pizza nightlight, because this'll be the last thing they see when they fall asleep and the first thing the think of when they wake up. Get out of here, Romeo, THIS is romance.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "This pizza night light has improved my quality of life in ways that I can't even begin to express. Maybe through song lyrics: "And you light up my life. You give me hope to carry on. You light up my days and fill my nights with pizzaaaa." —amidge

    Get it from Amazon for $6 (available in eight styles).

    15. A mini Le Creuset cocotte to fulfill their fantasies of owning this fancy shmancy brand and eating everything with their pinky up.

    instagram.com

    It's dishwasher-safe and oven-safe up to a whole *500 degrees Fahrenheit.*

    Promising review: "I was drawn to these cocottes initially because they are so cute. I have used them so much that I have come back to purchase them one by one, to fill out the set. I have found them to be the perfect size for single-serving meals. I have made veggie pot pies, baked apple crumble, potato bacon au gratin, soufflé, and mini sweet breads. They clean so easily! Food just slides right off. Lovely to look at, and easy to use." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $19.95+ (available in 13 colors).

    16. A cute crossbody purse that'll technically fit some fruit into their day....as they wear this on the way to the ice cream shop for second lunch.

    Amazon

    OH OK, THIRD STOP COUNTING. YOU'RE NOT MY MOM.

    Promising review: "I needed a small crossbody bag to hold my phone and my wallet, and this is the perfect size! It will fit probably a portable battery and maybe one or two other small things as well, but it isn't big or bulky, like I feared it might be. It's just the right size for what I need! The colors are very bright and it's in excellent condition. I highly recommend this purse! It's adorable and feels very durable." —Erin

    Get it from Amazon for $12.99 (available in 10 styles).

    17. A meal-planning pad for making it seem like you don't already know they eat at least 10 meals a day. "Oh wow, this'll really help me plan my one dinner," they'll say. And you'll just nod.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "I absolutely LOVE this pad! Every Sunday morning I plan my meals for the week and it helps keep me on track. I know exactly what I need from the grocery store and what recipes to keep out. This is actually the second one I've bought. I used all the pages in my first one! I will keep buying these as long as they make them!" —Melody Fain

    Get it from Amazon for $8.24.

    18. An enamel pin so they have always have a fellow eating enthusiast close by when trying to get through at least one hour without snacking at work. "YOU'RE RIGHT, MR. CAT, LIFE IS SHORT." *Stuffs face*.

    instagram.com

    Promising review: "This is super cute and exactly as pictured. The pin back is secure as well, so it can hold the pin tightly on a denim backpack." —DSE

    Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

    19. A trio lasagna pan, because only people who don't love themselves limit themselves to just ONE kind of pasta. Pity them. But don't share.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "This is the best pan EVER! It cuts down on cooking time and pasta always comes out perfectly. I can make regular, eggplant, and a veggie lasagna all at the same time to please my family of eight! You can mix and match, and this pan cuts the cook time in half. I love it, love it, love it! And it's dishwasher-safe." —Heather

    Get it from Amazon for $23.92.

    This was one of Oprah's favorite things this year, btw. Check out our selection of 25 Of Oprah's Favorite Things You Can Afford Even If You Aren't A Billionaire for this and more under-$50 picks!

    20. A comforting candle reminiscent of Grandma's kitchen (hello, butter, cinnamon, and vanilla) for everyone who's a little *salty* with their roommates, because they don't bake them cookies every night.

    Homesick Candles

    Promising review: "It smells so amazing! It lasts for hours and even smells great after the candle isn’t burning anymore. I can’t wait to try more!" —Brooke M.

    Get it from Homesick Candles for $29.95 (originally $34.95) or similar styles from Amazon for $29.95.

    21. A pair of enticing underwear so they'll know you think it's funny how slow they are to share their food — no ifs, ands, or butts.

    Amazon

    *Growls as you reach for a fry*.

    Promising review: "I bought this as a bridal shower gift for a friend who loves sloths. She loved them." —Darla Collins

    Get them from Amazon for $7.99+ (available in sizes S-L and 25 styles).

    22. A set of dinosaur cookie cutters, because their love of baked goods will obviously never go extinct. If a meteor were to hit this earth, they would save the fridge and the fridge only.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "I was so excited about these and they turned out even better than I’d imagined! My three-year-old son helped cut and press the cookies and then fill in the imprints with icing. It was such a fun activity and we were both giddy with how awesome they turned out. They were for a birthday party and people raved over them. I highly recommend!" —Full Time Mom

    Get a set of six from Amazon for $10.99.

    23. A portable mini crock pot that'll ensure their *chef kisses fingers* meals they worked so hard on the night before will last into lunch time the next day. And no, you can't have any, SUSAN.

    Amazon

    It has a 20-ounce capacity that's perfect for lunch! It's dishwasher-safe, which is great because I'm lazy.

    Promising review: "I love my lunch Crock-pot! It has truly changed what I can take to work for lunch. I hated microwaving leftovers that lost flavor, got tough, or heated unevenly. Now I just put my leftovers in the insert the night before, plug my crockpot in two hours before lunch, and I have a fantastic lunch all ready. I was pleasantly surprised that there is not odor until you open up the insert lid, which is nice because it means my office doesn't smell like my lunch. This is a must-have for anyone who regularly takes soup or leftovers for lunch." —Svc

    Get it from Amazon for $21.99+ (available in four colors).

    24. A peanut butter and jelly matching sweatshirt set for showing the world how you guys became best friends — bonding over food. The only argument you've ever had is who gets the bigger half of the sandwich.

    Iconic Duo

    Get them from Iconic Duo: the peanut butter and jelly sweatshirt both for $42 (available in sizes S-L).

    25. A foldable nylon tote so they can fashionably carry SEVERAL meals without worrying about staining their purse. This is also a wonderful excuse to stop at the grocery store on their way to the restaurant.

    Amazon

    This is *so* much better than a plastic bag, because it's super lightweight, machine-washable, foldable (into a teeny-tiny square!), AND it can hold up to 50 pounds! Food lovers can EASILY buy up to 50 pounds of food at the grocery store, let's be real.

    Promising review: "Baggu bags are now my favorite reusable bags. They are so small when folded, easy to fold back into their pouch, hold 50 pounds worth of loot, and are so easy to wash." —Jules

    Get it from Amazon for $14 (available in eight styles).

    26. A DIY sushi kit, because they're starting to empty their savings account in the name of takeout tuna rolls. Better they learn how to make their own and save the moolah for other things, like cake.

    Amazon, amazon.com

    It comes complete with training frame, non-stick paddle, and the SushiQuik Roll Cutter. Its detachable sushi mat is dishwasher-safe so you can lay in a food coma rather than washing up.

    Promising review: "I love this product! I purchased it for my husband because he has been wanting to learn how to make sushi. This looked like a lovely way to start learning how without being overwhelmed or needing to take a class. It arrived quickly, is of great quality, and VERY easy to use. We even got an awesome recipe book from them that is very detailed. We greatly enjoy this product and would recommend it to anyone wanting to make their own sushi rolls at home." —Devon Kay

    Get it from Amazon for $18.95.

    27. A noodle bowl and chopstick set that'll really clear the air of what they meant when you thought they said "send nudes". They wanted NOODLES, get your head out of the gutter.

    Urban Outfitters

    Have they ever wanted anything else in life?!

    Promising review: "I love eating ramen and the bowls that they are usually served on. When I saw this bowl, I knew I had to get it! It’s really convenient that is has a resting spot on the bowl for your chopsticks. It’s a great quality for the price! And the design is very comical." —TBC7

    Get it from Urban Outfitters for $14 (available in two styles).

    28. A four-in-one cutlery tool with a carrying pouch for giving them a truly life-changing gift: the ability to eat someone else's food at all times. You've created a monster.

    Amazon

    It comes with a detachable fork, spoon, knife, and bottle opener! They come attached to each other, but you can take them apart to use separately.

    Promising review: "I wanted a fork and spoon for my office. Plastic is too expensive over time, and wasteful. This utensil set is AWESOME! It's great quality metal, tight springs, easy to clean, plus the bottle opener is also kind of sharp on the other side so you can use it as a little knife for tender foods. The carrying pouch is of high quality, as well! All around I am extremely pleased!" —RJ

    Get it from Amazon for 9.80+ (available in five colors).

    29. A pair of printed pajamas so they can always have ~sweet dreams~ — probably about cherry sundaes. Some people count sheep, they count sprinkles.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "I love these pajamas. It's hard ordering online, but these are great. I get hot flashes at night and these are the perfect material to keep me cool, but also warm without sweating. They're true to size, I got a 2X and they're perfect with a little extra room. I'm going to order more, you can't go wrong!" —PICKY BUYER

    Get them from Amazon for $15.99+ (available in sizes XS-3XL and four styles).

    30. An Instant Pot to help them easily make seemingly gourmet meals with one simple step: dump everything into the slow cooker. First recipe: Kevin's homemade chili — everyone is going to get to know each other in the pot.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "I have owned this for over a year now, and I have used it at least five times each week. For cooking pasta, it’s a 'set it and forget it' appliance. Dump in pasta, sauce, meatballs, and water. Set the time and go off to fold laundry, pack lunches, or whatever else needs to get done before bed. No more standing over the stove or stirring. Roasts come out great, with potatoes soaking in all the amazing juices at the same time. Cheesecakes are easier than ever. The best part is that there’s no cleanup and no hot kitchen, like cooking with an oven. The stainless steel liner just goes straight into the dishwasher, saving busy families even more precious time. I have since added another Instant Pot to my collection and purchased five as gifts for family and friends." —Elissa Spicer

    Get it from Amazon for $44.96+ (available in two sizes).

    For more info, check out "I Tried The Instant Pot That Everyone's Obsessed With".

    31. An inspiring tote bag, because they'll realize they DO work out a lot — they push forward when everyone else feels "too full." WEAKLINGS.

    Forever 21

    Get it from Forever 21 for $5.90.

    32. An ingenious nonstick pan that'll make them feel on top of the freaking WORLD when every single brownie is perfectly crisp. Talk about living the high life.

    amazon.com

    Promising review: "I first ran across this pan in a YouTube video Elton Brown had posted about useless kitchen gadgets. While pretty much everything else he demonstrated was in fact useless, he was simply wrong about this pan. The only criticism he could offer was something about how you shouldn't have specialty items in your kitchen. I suppose that's valid if you live in a small apartment, not so much for a normal suburban house. I personally love edge brownies, and intrigued I found the pan here and ordered one. It's cast aluminum, American-made, and does exactly what Baker's Edge says it will do. I've had it almost two years now, and I'd buy another in a heartbeat." —B. Sims

    Get it from Amazon for $35.95.

    33. A Winky Lux matcha lip balm for adding some flavor to their life whenever they need to hydrate their pucker. We don't put anything near our mouths unless it tastes good, ok?

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    It's loaded with green tea powder (to stimulate collagen), coconut oil (to nourish a provide a protective moisture barrier), and avocado oil (to provide superfood vitamins), and vitamin C (to heal chapped lips). So it's basically like feeding them vegetables! So responsible.

    Promising review: "I really like this lip balm — it smells nice, feels nice, and is super cute." —Free People Customer

    Get it from Free People for $14.

    34. A punny 2019 calendar so they can start every day with their favorite sense of humor — really anything centered around something edible.

    Amazon

    Get it from Amazon for $15.74.

    35. An attachable ring light, because it's time they make their dreams of becoming a food blogger a reality. They already take 10,000 pictures of food — shouldn't they be Insta quality?

    Amazon

    There are three levels of brightness!

    Promising review: "I bought it as an inexpensive portable light for food photography and it works wonderfully! The multiple settings are perfect to control the amount of light. I've had this for about a year and it is still working like it's brand-new." —Natasha

    Get it from Amazon for $15.99.

    36. A Glow Recipe avocado sleep mask that'll use the power of everyone's favorite super food to nourish their skin overnight. If the desire for a midnight snack becomes too much and they have a taste off their face, it's all-natural so they won't die. Just saying — you can never be too sure with them.

    instagram.com

    It's formulated with avocado (to hydrate and promote collagen), Manuka honey (to provide antioxidants and soothe stressed out skin), and PHA (polyhydroxy acid to gently exfoliate), and kaolin clay (to treat breakouts).

    Promising review: "HOLY. CRAP. This stuff is AMAZING! It helps with redness and it definitely melts beautifully on the skin. The smell is delightful, but perfect for bedtime. It's pricey, but I can honestly say I will purchase it again! If you want smooth, hydrated, and calmed skin this is your new best friend." —dbnunn

    Get it from Sephora for $45.

    37. A pair of wooden earrings for anyone who doesn't know what came first: their love of breakfast or their enormous grocery bill. We know the answer, but we'll let them ponder.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "These are so stinking adorable! I get so many compliments every time I wear them." —Samantha strong

    Get them from Amazon for $13.95.

    38. An eater's guide to 1,000 local restaurant favorites from coast to coast so when they inevitably begin their quest to find THE best curly fry, they're in good hands.

    Amazon

    Promising review: "We enjoyed almost every place they recommend. They're all good eating places while traveling — nothing is too fancy or expensive. It's easy to find out quickly what the locals have known all along. We tried places all over from Maine to California." —Misslinda

    Get it from Amazon for $15.63.

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