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    39 Mother's Day Gifts For Moms Who Love To Cook

    Your mom deserves the best — and sometimes that looks like a floral recipe tin or an entire pizza oven.

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    1. A floral tin recipe box from Rifle Paper Co. to help them *try* and break the habit of writing their recipes on bits of paper or saving torn out pages of magazines then popping them into in a plastic bag for "safekeeping." This can't possibly just be my mom, right?

    Amazon, Heather Braga / BuzzFeed

    I have one of these and have surprised myself by actually using it over the years. Anytime my husband or I try making something new and it comes out good we write it down and add it to the box! This recipe tin comes 24 recipe cards and 12 recipe dividers. Also it's just super cute.

    Promising review: "I ordered this for myself and absolutely love it. It’s even prettier in person! Larger than I expected too — it’s perfect! I’m going to order my mom one for her birthday." —MaddMom09

    Get it from Amazon for $37 (available in two styles).

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

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

    Promising review "This cutting board-style wood cookbook and iPad stand holder is very nice! I like the style and the convenience of having it in the kitchen. It doesn't take up too much counter space and works very well for my cookbook." —Jynnifer

    Get it from Amazon for $26.99+ (available in three styles).

    3. Joanna Gaines' Magnolia Table, Volume 2, perfect for the mom who not only watched every episode of Fixer Upper and has filled her house with Magnolia Home furniture, but who has also already cooked their way through the first edition of the book. Keep the good eats comin'!

    joanna gaines on the cover of her book
    William Morrow & Company

    If your mom hasn't read the first book yet, you can also pick that one up here and make it a fun pair!

    Get it from Amazon for $14 or Bookshop for $32.20 (to support local bookstores).

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

    the cat measuring spoons

    Promising review: "I got this for a friend who is a cat lover and it was one of her favorite presents. She mentioned her sister and friend were jealous and loved them too! They came well-packaged in bubble wrap and are so cute and a great price." —Lisa Meade

    Get them from Amazon for $24.99.

    5. A mandolin with 30 different cut options they can use to create one of those Food Network-worthy vegetable platters shaped like a flower or a rainbow — so fun!, Amazon

    Promising review: "This item is amazing for both its safety features and ease of use. I am a bit of a kitchen klutz and feel completely at ease and fearless with this device. I made my own potato chips — I sliced with my Dash mandolin and cooked in my Dash air fryer. The tasted just like the ones i get from my favorite Portuguese restaurant but I’m hoping they are much healthier. I honestly think this is a must have for all at home chefs." —Dawn

    Get it from Amazon for $39.99+ (available in seven colors).

    6. A dish towel that'll recreate a handwritten version of a meaningful recipe one of their parents or grandparents made, so special they may even tear up over how thoughtful you were while choosing a gift.

    a recipe and a tea towel with the recipe transferred onto it
    FlatlandsBoutique / Etsy

    Promising review: "Tracey did an awesome job with the tea towels that I ordered! Even some of the discoloration from my grandmother’s recipe cards came through on the print! So authentic and amazing! She even sent me pictures of the final product before shipping them out to me! I have passed your name along to friends interested in having a similar gift made. Thank you so much!!!" —Aerdna Draeb-Nosdrahcir

    Get it from FlatlandsBoutique on Etsy for $15.

    7. A handheld knife sharpener to bring their most-used kitchen utensils back to life in a flash without destroying the countertop or cutting boards. Bobby Flay would be proud.

    someone using the small, handheld knife sharpener

    Promising review: "Buying this knife sharpener has changed my life! I used to burn water, but now I'm on par with chefs like Gordon Ramsay! My knives are so sharp that I could cut off a finger and would not even notice. Paper thin tomatoes and onions for a tuna fish sandwich? Not a problem! Thank you KitchenIQ, my life will never be the same." —J.W.

    Get it from Amazon for $5.99+ (available in four colors).

    Check out our full review of the KitchenIQ 50009 Edge Grip 2-Stage Knife Sharpener.

    8. A pasta machine that'll help them create the Sunday Funday of their carb-loving dreams. It comes with nine thickness settings giving them the options to make a thin linguini or a thick fettuccine.

    The machine and the dial used to create pasta with fettuccine coming out

    Promising review: "Turned out better than expected; my girlfriend and I have never made pasta from scratch and were a little intimidated, but the machine was easy to put together and intuitive to use. The first batch of pasta we made turned out to be better than we’d hoped for; for such a reasonable price I recommend this machine for anyone wanting to get into making pasta. It’s held up well so far!" —Stephen Howard

    Get it from Amazon for $39.95.

    9. Our Place's "Always Pan," which is designed to replace eight additional pieces of cookware — your mom and her kitchen cabinets will thank you.

    a model holding the matte sage green pan with a wooden handle and a lid
    Our Place / Via

    This single pan can replace your frying pan, sauté pan, steamer, skillet, saucier, saucepan, non-stick pan, spatula, and spoon rest. You can read more about the Always Pan here.

    Promising review: "This pan is EVERYTHING! I went from making pasta in the basket to steaming broccoli in it and then finishing my meal in there. Then I forgot about cleaning it because I’m lazy and the non-stick cleaned up so easily. The sponge they include is incredible, I do all my dishes with it now. Also it looks really cute sitting on my stove all day." —Darby S.

    Get it from Our Place for $145 (available in six colors).

    10. A culinary blow torch so they can *finally* make their own baked Alaska after watching various chefs do it on TV for years.,

    Promising review: "This mini torch is easy to use with an adjustable flame. It's not too fancy shmancy, but it's not expensive either. It does everything I need it to do including lighting candles that have burned too far down to reach with a match (although I know that's not its intent at all). Unfortunately it doesn't arrive with butane; but once you fill it, it lasts a pretty long time!" —Vero

    Get it from Amazon for $17.58.

    11. An AeroGarden for their countertop so they can grow their own herbs to take their recipes to the next level — whether they have a green thumb or not.

    Promising review: "I purchased this as a Christmas gift for my boyfriend's sister-in-law who lamented not having a green thumb. In the two months that the sis-in-law has had the AeroGarden, the growth has been tremendous. I'm constantly in awe when she sends me pics of the new growth." —Mary A. Walls

    Get it from Amazon for $101.46+ (available in three colors).

    12. 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!

    a measuring cup with other gadgets stacked on top of it as well as a bottle top that's actually a funnel, making the entire product look like a colorful plastic bottle

    Promising review: "I highly recommend this product to everybody! It's very convenient and it takes up less space. I just sit it right on the counter in my kitchen and just grab it when I need it. It's ideal for everything — it's perfect!" —jennifer h.

    Get it from Amazon for $10.99.

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

    the automatic stirrer in a pan
    Uncommon Goods

    Promising review: "My husband loves to cook. We have two very small children, so while his meals are mostly yummy, they are also sometimes burnt. :) This was perfect for him. He's able to turn it on, run into the next room to save the day with a plastic bag and a washcloth for whatever blowout-esque mess I'm dealing with, forget he's cooking, run back into the kitchen frantically when he remembers, and arrive only to find the meal practically cooking itself. Best. Gift. Ever." —Jake the ChefturnedDaddy

    Get it from Uncommon Goods for $25.

    14. And bicycle-inspired pizza cutter for a mom that religiously orders a pie or two every week or is an expert at making their own. This two-wheel design eliminates the need to do the ol' twice-over (or thrice-over, TBH) that you usually do with a standard pizza cutter.


    Promising review: "So, so so so fun. Along with being a really fun gift or item for bike lovers, it's not just a statement piece, the design is solid and so it will hold up well for real use too." –T. Kirkland

    Get it from Amazon for $19.95.

    15. A set of three fermentation lids they can use with an array of jars to bring some scientific fun into their next cooking sesh. They'll be making pickles and kimchi in no time at all!


    Promising review: "I am a first-time fermenter and was very pleased with this kit. I made dill pickles and some mixed veggies (cauliflower, carrots, onions, and green beans). They all turned out yummy. I used half gallon jars and the glass weights, and didn't have any mold problems! I was not prepared for the smells though. Love this product as it makes it so easy to get some tasty probiotics into your gut." —Claudia Turner

    Get it from Amazon for $25.99.

    16. A "Best of BBQ" sampler pack from Pig of the Month to impress the socks off of your meat-loving mom who enjoys nothing more than cookin' up a rack of ribs.

    sliders, pulled pork, bbq sauce, and ribs
    Pig of the Month

    Pig of the Month is a woman-owned small business run out of Dayton, OH. This sampler set comes with two racks of Memphis-style baby back ribs (two pounds per rack), one pound of pulled pork, one pound of pulled chicken, and a bottle of Memphis BBQ sauce.

    Get it from Pig of the Month for $85.

    17. Some stunning floral dessert plates that'll look real good serving any of Mom's famous desserts. Don't mind me - just drooling over the mere thought of my mom's apple pie.

    three colorful floral dessert plates

    Promising review: "These plates are beautiful! I ordered two of the three patterns. They aren’t shaped quite like a plate, more like a cross between a plate and a bowl. They are study in feeling and so unique and special!" –Doreen

    Get one from Anthropologie for $18 (available in three styles). 

    18. An air fryer (from the makers of the INSTANT POT!!), perfect for anyone who hasn't always been a big fan of leftovers but wants to make the most of all their delicious homemade meals. Best of all? They can crisp up their fave foods without all that oil.

    Hannah Loewentheil / BuzzFeed

    BuzzFeed editor Hannah Loewentheil finally caved and bought an air fryer while in quarantine, and she's glad she did:

    "I'd been contemplating buying an air fryer for quite some time, but it wasn't until I found myself cooking every night with my family due to COVID-19 that I finally decided it was the right time to get one. Friends of mine were raving about their new Instant Vortex Plus 6-in-1 Air Fryer, so after reading similar feedback on Amazon, I decided it looked like a winner. And it happens to be made by the same company that makes the crowd-favorite Instant Pot. I figured I would be using this appliance primarily as air air fryer, but as an added bonus, it can also roast, broil, bake, re-heat, and dehydrate food.

    I've had this air fryer for about three weeks now, and I can honestly say it's become the hero of my kitchen. It preheats quickly, it's large enough to hold a good amount of food at once, it's easy to clean, and it makes food taste crispy on the outside and moist on the inside without any oil. I've been using my air fryer to make vegetables just about every night and it makes them taste so good. If you're cooking for kids, picky eaters, or you just don't get so excited about eating vegetables, the air fryer could be perfect for you. If you like chicken, the air fryer might change your life, and I don't mean that to be dramatic. The air fryer produces restaurant-quality chicken that tastes absurdly decadent, except there's no oil involved in the cooking — just air. We also tried making sesame chicken in the air fryer using boneless skinless chicken thighs. The sesame chicken tasted almost identical to my favorite Chinese takeout, and it had nothing to do with my cooking skills. Thanks to the air fryer, the chicken gets so crispy. I couldn't believe I made this at home!!"

    Get it from Amazon for $99.95+ (available in two sizes).

    Check out the full review, plus some air fryer recipe suggestions for more!

    19. Oven mitts to match their kitchen's neutral aesthetic and remind them it's never a good idea to remove the tray from the toaster with their actual fingers — the Bagel Bites will still be there, jeez!

    two of the linen oven mitts hanging
    DylanHomeGoods / Etsy

    Dylan Home Goods is a small business run out of Los Angeles that specializes in handmade household products.

    Promising review: "Fantastic handmade linen kitchen gloves! They are incredibly high quality and a perfect addition to our kitchen. Absolutely love them and can't wait to order more from this shop." —Karissa Barney

    Get a single mitt from Dylan Home Goods on Etsy for $16.50. (available in two colors).

    20. A 52-piece cake decorating set your mom will be absolutely delighted over — they can *finally* whip up one of those adorable unicorn cakes for fun.


    Promising review: "All around 5 STARS! Great price, super easy to use — even for a first-timer like myself! Everyone complimented the cake and thought the grandma who usually makes them made this one. I would definitely buy this again if needed or gift it if I knew anyone looking into baking." —Kev&Britt

    Get it from Amazon for $19.99.

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

    spicetribe / Via, Spice Tribe

    My husband and I have been cooking at home now more than ever, so we figured it was time to branch out a bit and try out some new ways to improve our meals. We recently picked up a set of spices from Spice Tribe, a company that works directly with small farms around the world to procure their spices. The flavors are *unreal* and their website offers a ton of recipes designed to go with each spice!

    Get a starter set from Spice Tribe for $24.

    22. An embossed floral rolling pin to jazz-up their go-to butter cookie recipe and impress the pants off of anyone who eats 'em.

    The cookies printed with the embossing on the rolling pin
    MoodForWood / Etsy

    Mood For Wood is a small business that makes an array of playful rolling pins.

    Promising review: "I had an opportunity to use my new embossed / engraved rolling pin last week and it was so fun to watch the beautiful embossed image transfer to the cookies. Since there were indentations in the cookie, it made it easy for me to add sprinkles and they wouldn't fall off the cookie. Love the new rolling pin and plan to put it to use again tomorrow when I make some more cookies. Thanks for a great product." —Shan Leatherman

    Get it from Mood For Wood on Etsy for $22.14.

    23. An ironic garlic chopper inspired by Dracula to make them smile and prevent their fingers from smelling like pungent garlic all day.


    You can also use it to chop nuts, fruits, and veggies!

    Promising review: "I purchased this as a gift for my friend who is a fantastic cook — she uses fresh ingredients almost exclusively — but pressing fresh garlic is a task usually delegated. No longer — Gracula is there for her. She uses him nearly every time she needs garlic (which is basically daily) and months later still makes a point of saying how much she enjoys the gift. I'm pretty sure she likes it better than other gifts I've gotten her which were more expensive/thought out, and I'm fairly certain it's what took me from 'good friend' to 'best friend,' but it be that way sometimes. Anyway, definitely recommended for people who cook with garlic and have a sense of humor." —L

    Get it from Amazon for $19.95.

    24. An apron with built-in oven mitts and a sewn-in conversion chart that'll protect their clothes while they whip up your favorite meals whenever you visit.


    Promising review: "I love this apron! I’m a petite 5'3" and get why some similar-sized people may feel it’s too big but I love the way it fits. It’s a heavier weight which makes it feel like a lot on my small frame at first but I don’t mind the extra length and feel very protected. Pot holder pockets still work length-wise for me and I have not gotten a stain or ruined my actual clothing since I got this. Maybe I’m a messier cook than most but other thinner, smaller aprons didn’t provide the same protection. It’s a bonus that it fits my tall husband too." —Caroline F.

    Get it from Food52 for $25+ (available in three sizes and five colors).

    25. A pack of oven liners to protect the bottom of their oven from the river of cheese that sometimes escapes from their prized casserole.

    the oven liner covered in goo on the bottom of an oven

    Promising review: "I expected to be happy, but I'm thrilled! Each mat is pliable and fits the entire width of my standard oven. When the mat is against the back wall, it extends up to but not over the front lip of the floor. On first use, pizza cheese and sauce dripped onto the front edge of the mat and onto that uncovered lip. The baked-on cheese and sauce slid right off the mat! Effortlessly! After I cleaned up the lip, I layered a second mat to cover the lip. These mats are so great that I almost want food to drip on them so I can show off how wonderful they are." —Artset Outset

    Get a pack of three from Amazon for $12.99.

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

    a set of pink colored pots and pans

    The set includes a fry pan, sauté pan, sauce pan, and a dutch over. You can find our full review of Caraway products here.

    Get it from Caraway for $395 (available in five colors).

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


    You can even pop these in the washing machine for a thorough cleaning.

    Promising review: "After my husband sliced his finger on our mandolin I decided to check out these gloves. We are both very impressed with how well they work. The company who sells these is also wonderful — they sent a follow-up email to ensure that we liked the gloves and would have replaced or refunded our money if we weren't happy. The only thing I was concerned about when I ordered the gloves was if I was buying the right size. My husband and I have different hand sizes, but the medium is working well for both of us. And knowing that they would send a different size free of charge was wonderful. Now we don't have to worry about slicing off our fingers!" —That Author Guy's Wife

    Get them from Amazon for $11.49+ (available in sizes S—XL).

    28. An OXO dusting wand that'll transform their cakes and pies into a sugary work of art. Hope you've got your camera ready — your mom is gonna want to post the final product on Facebook.


    Promising review: "Absolutely LOVE this little dusting gadget. If you want to sprinkle powdered sugar on cookies/cannolis — PERFECT! Want to sprinkle your cake pan with flour — PERFECT! Making Tiramisu and want to dust it with cocoa powder — PERFECT! Awesome little tool." —Cheryl

    Get it from Amazon for $10.95.

    29. A heat-resistant crabby utensil rest to attach on the side of their pots and pans and be so totally ~claw-some~.

    Promising review: "I sent this to my Mom and sister, after reading the reviews on it. They LOVE it! They use it every time they cook pasta. Excellent quality, and makes you smile whenever you look at it!" –Eric R Harker

    Get it from Amazon for $19.95.

    30. A set of stackable fridge drawers that'll seem like an odd gift at first but have her praising you for being so thoughtful when she sees how easy it'll be to grab precisely the ingredients she needs at any given time.

    reviewer's fridge with food organized in each shelf

    Promising review: "Excellent organization system! I once opened the fridge often, always looking for something I hadn't seen the last time I checked. The thing is — I often found something new because it just wasn't organized in a functional way. Now, with this system, I find what I'm looking for the first time. And when a bin is empty, I know I need to buy more of that product and just ask my smart home to add that item to my shopping list. Very grateful for the sense of calm and control that this fridge organization system has given me, and for all of the food that is no longer going bad in the back of the fridge!" —Chelsea T.

    Get a set of six from Amazon for $26.99.

    31. A rapid egg cooker that'll help them make breakfast faster than you can say, "Which came first, the chicken or the egg?"


    One little machine that can whip up hard-boiled eggs, poached eggs, scrambled eggs, and omelettes? Sounds magical! And let me tell you — it is. Get one of these egg-cellent appliances ASAP. Check out our deep dive into the Dash Rapid Egg Cooker.

    Promising review: "If you are on the fence about getting one of these, GET ONE. It really is as easy as it sounds to have a perfectly cooked egg, no guesswork. Just have an ice bath ready next to the cooker and let the eggs sit for a minute or two in there...peels come right off :) Makes healthy eating a breeze in the morning! Where has this been all my life!??!?" —rebecca

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99+ (available in seven colors).

    32. A marble mortar and pestle because they believe fresh is best, and this'll allow them to chicly crush their favorite ingredients on the spot before adding them to a meal-in-the-making.

    the marble mortar and pestle with garlic and salt inside of it
    Williams Sonoma

    Promising review: "I received this marble mortar and pestle as a gift. It is one of the best gifts I have ever received. It is perfect size to make pesto or crash some herbs. It is truly a classic beauty!" –Wiem

    Get it from Williams Sonoma for $99.95.

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

    BuzzFeed / Hannah Loewentheil

    Promising review: "If you are new to hot sauce in general, or looking for a safe thing to try or gift to an enthusiast in your life, give the original bottle a try. If you handle heat well and are looking to venture into flavor country, the Red Bottle is life changing. Truff is an experience that all hot sauce enthusiasts to try at least once." —Spacemonkey

    Get Truff from Amazon: the black truffle hot sauce for $16.74, the "hotter" sauce for $17, and the white truffle hot sauce for $31.95.

    34. A stuffed waffle maker because who wouldn't like a waffle stuffed with fresh fruits and chocolate?

    The waffle maker displaying a waffle and a plate with a sliced waffle

    To get your stuffed waffle fantasies started, pour the batter into the iron, then put the ingredients you want inside the waffle onto the batter (i.e., fruit, chocolate, sprinkles, etc.). Then pour one last batch of batter on top, close the iron, and flip it upside down. In a few minutes, you'll have a waffle that's packed with fun and flavor. There's a pair of built-in tongs that will alleviate you of having to do the "hot hands" dance while trying to transfer your waffle from the iron to your plate. Genius!

    Promising review: "I was looking for a new waffle maker and came across this and it was the perfect thing to spice up my kitchen. We tried fried chicken with syrup and fresh strawberries with Nutella so far and it was so easy, quick and delicious. I can't wait to experiment with other combinations and what guest wouldn't be super impressed not knowing how easy this little machine makes these." —Bridgette King

    Get it from Amazon for $44.41.

    35. A lemon squeezer they can use to literally live out the old saying "when life gives you lemons, make lemonade." Just picture them sipping on a freshly squeezed glass while basking in the sun. Simply divine.

    a yellow and green lemon squeezer

    My mom got one of these and continues to rave about it to me each time she uses it. I wasn't sure what all the hype was about until I watched how easily she was able to squeeze a slew of lemons for a recipe she was working on. Easy peasy lemon squeezy.

    Promising review: "This thing changed my life! We have a very high yielding lemon tree and I dreaded the though of hand squeezing hundreds of lemons this year. This tool makes it effortless to get all the juice out of citrus. I ordered one for my mom who has arthritis in her wrists and she loves it too." —Amazon Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99+ (available in eight styles).

    36. A stainless steel crockpot they will use year round for slow cooking and for making desserts like peanut butter chocolate chip blondies or even peach cobbler (*cue the drool, again*).

    The outside of the crockpot and the buttons that control the crockpot

    This crock pot comes with a digital timer that will make sure that they don't overcook their meat or burn their apple crumble. Also, it can feed up to seven people — talk about a peach cobbler.

    Promising review: "Bought this to replace an older model of the same crockpot. It is reliable, and the carrier locks are fabulous for transporting the unit. It was the reason I bought the first one as I was transporting food to various events (before COVID). Never spilled a drop! The only downside is the short power cord; an extra 6-8" of cord would have been helpful for reaching out-of-the-way outlets." — Careful Consumer

    Get it from Amazon for $69.98.

    37. Some colorful garden markers that'll make any Plant Mom/chef smile from ear-to-ear, especially if they're the type to pot a bunch of herbs and promptly forget which ones they put where.

    Magpiemischief / Etsy

    Magpie Mischief is a woman-owned small business based out of Wyoming, Michigan that sells modern ceramic gifts.

    Promising review: "These garden markers are absolutely darling! I ordered five in different colors, and they arrived perfectly. The packaging was so careful and everything came in one piece. I just love how unique these are — it's such a special handmade element to include in my herb garden and they make me happy just looking at them!! I'll definitely be purchasing more." —Kelly Golia

    Get it from Magpie Mischief on Etsy for $9 each (available in five colors and 11 herbs).

    38. Or a sustainably made leafy trivet made from luxurious Merino wool for an eye-catching detail to any of Mom's famous table settings.

    three green leaf trivets on a table, one with a mug resting on it
    Graf Lantz

    Promising review: "I’ve found these beautiful trivets have so many uses. I have used them under a colorful vase with bright flowers to brighten up a coffee table. They’re great gifts too. Everyone I’ve given them to loves them." –Michele P.

    Get it from Graf Lantz for $36 (available in two colors and in medium and small sizes).

    39. An Artisan Series KitchenAid stand mixer that whips, kneads, stirs, folds, scrapes, and prevents spills so Mom doesn't have to. The only issue here is deciding on what color works best in their culinary sanctuary.


    Promising review: "I have wanted a Kitchen Aid standup mixer for decades and finally have one! I have broken two handheld mixers while making yeast rolls and other recipes. Now, the standup mixer has made all of my food prep a breeze. I LOVE it! So happy I gifted myself this jewel for Christmas." –LuAnnMason

    Get it from KitchenAid for $499.99+ (available in two sizes and in nine colors).

    Your mom opening all of her new kitchen gadgets this Mother's Day like:


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