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52 Gifts For Anyone Who Loves Cooking

From a garlic chopper that looks like Dracula to a set of cat-shaped measuring cups, even Gordon Ramsay would probably get a kick out of these gifts.

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1. A milk frother that'll transform their hot chocolate into one out of a Hallmark Christmas movie scene. Delish.

2. An automatic pan stirrer with a timer, perfect for any aspiring chef who tends to get a little absent-minded while following a recipe.

the automatic stirrer in a pan

3. A colorful set of salt and pepper grinders that'll look *chef's kiss* perfect in anyone's kitchen.

4. A Le Creuset cast-iron pan for the serious chef who has been dying to get the *perfect* crust on their steak but hasn't had the right pan to really GET there.

5. A Mastering the Art of French Cooking book pin they can wear in honor of the, dare I say, greatest TV chef of all time. Love you, Julia.

a light blue book pin with the words "mastering the art of french cooking" on it in gold and a cute snail in the middle

6. A pack of oven liners to protect the bottom of their oven from any overflow/oozing and let them continue on pretending they're competing on The Great British Baking Show worry-free.

7. Adorable cat measuring spoons that'll make them want to stop opening gifts and whip up a fresh batch of cookies right ~meow~.

the measuring spoons with grey and white smiling cats

8. Oven mitts they'll love ~beary~ much — especially because they're actually heat-resistant.

a model wearing two oven mitts that look like bear paws

9. Or a brown sugar bear that is as cute as it is functional and'll keep their sugar from getting hard as a rock over time. When the mood strikes to bake something delicious they won't have to head out to the store for an extra ingredient.

10. Momofuku seasoned salts from the great David Chang (you may know him from watching Netflix's Ugly Delicious) that'll help them bring all new flavors to their boring weeknight dinners.

11. An ironic garlic chopper inspired by Dracula that'll make any chef smile and prevent their fingers from smelling like pungent garlic all day.

12. A bottle of Truff truffle-infused hot sauce they'll probably want to start planning their meals around — it's THAT good.

13. Cut resistant gloves — a must-have for anyone who isn't super confident in their knife skills and would like to keep all of their digits.

a model using the thick grey gloves to cut a steak

14. A set of LED light saber chopsticks you'll probably misplace in their utensil drawer but then have the opportunity to exclaim "THESE are the ones I've been looking for!" once they finally find them.

15. An immersion blender from BuzzFeed's Goodful collection to upgrade your pal's kitchen gadgets and help them create smooth soups and and sauces in a snap.

a white stick blender, blending cup, and attachable beaters

16. A microwave two-cavity egg poacher they can use to recreate their favorite overpriced brunch order in a snap from the comfort of their own home.

The egg poacher with two yolks in it

17. Claire Saffitz's book, Dessert Person that'll inspire them to try out a whole slew of new recipes (and hopefully share 'em with you).

18. Guitar-shaped bamboo kitchen utensils for your musician friend who moonlights as a chef on their off-hours.

19. A gourmet butcher subscription that'll ensure they always have something delicious to whip up for an impromptu celebratory dinner.

an array of meat cuts

20. A handheld knife sharpener they can use to bring their most-used kitchen utensils back to life in a flash without destroying their countertop or cutting boards.

a model using the tiny sharpener to revive their knife

21. A new set of nonstick pots and pans, free of toxic metals so they can keep on cooking without fear of ingesting anything they shouldn't be.

the pots and pans in their shelving in marigold

22. And felt pot and pan protectors that'll keep their new ones (or old ones!) in tip-top shape.

grey foam inserts shaped like asterisks to insert in between pots

23. A devilish gadget they can use to pull out pesky toaster trays or oven racks without burning their fingers.

a red smiling rubber tool with devil ears

24. A rustic wooden stand that'll hold their cookbook or tablet so you'll be able to follow along with any recipe hands-free.

the wooden cookbook holder that is somewhat shaped like a cutting board

25. A breakfast sandwich maker for those rainy Sunday mornings where all they want is a cure to their hangover but can't physically venture farther than the kitchen.

26. Or a rapid egg cooker that'll make their breakfast faster than they can say, "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?".

27. A tortilla press that'll help you take their Taco Tuesdays to the next level without going above and beyond their cooking skill level.

28. A Little Tikes Tasty Jr. kitchen set so the budding chef in your life will feel prepped and ready to create some delectable faux treats.

29. An 8-in-1 kitchen gadget tool complete with a funnel, a juicer, a grater, an egg cracker, a shredder, a can opener, an egg separator and a measuring cup. They'll never be without a must-have tool again!

the tool that when assembled looks like a bottle

30. A reversible silicone baking mat to keep their baking sheets nice 'n' clean. Let's be honest, no one enjoys scraping pans for an hour after making dinner.

two baking sheets with white baking mats with circles as guides for cookies

31. A brass and marble serving stand that'll let them host a tea party the Queen of England would approve of — tiny finger sandwiches and all.

two marble circular tiers and a brass pole through the middle

32. A set of Kai Pro knives which comes with four different stainless-steel knives, a honing steel and a slim knife block, a great gift idea for anyone who recently moved or got into cooking at home.

the sleek knives with black handles

33. Or nonstick donut pans they'll be so glad they own come the middle of summer when they irrationally find themselves craving an apple cider donut.

34. A starter set of spices from Spice Tribe that'll help them take the flavor of their boring weeknight recipes to the next level with just a shake.

35. A floral tin recipe box from Rifle Paper Co. to help you *try* and help your not-so-confident chef buddy break the habit of calling their mom to ask "how long do I bake the cookies for?" since they'll be able to pull the instructions out as needed.

36. A pastasaurus serving spoon they'll love as much as they loved Jeff Goldblum's character in the original Jurassic Park.

a green spoon shaped like a dinosaur

37. And a spaghetti monster colander to go with it. I don't know about you, but I'd suddenly want to make pasta every single night.

38. Iridescent stemless wineglasses so you both can toast to how delicious the meal your cooking fiend of a friend just made.

a textured glass with a gold rim and iridescent sheen

39. A picture-perfect Kate Spade kettle they'll probs want to display on their counter because it's just SO pretty!

40. A festive pie dish that'll slowly reveal a wintry scene of penguins in adorable winter garments as they serve up their famous pumpkin pie.

a red pie dish with a white inside showing a wintry scene

41. An ever-popular Instant Pot with so many uses they'll need to take a deep breath before deciding what to make with it first.