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    30 Amazing Gifts To Give Your Kitchen For Christmas

    Cute and useful kitchen products to treat your kitchen with. Yes, your kitchen deserves a gift.

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    1. A four seasons shaker set that'll look cool on the table all year round.

    Be sure to select Priority Shipping to receive it by Christmas!

    Get it from Apollo Box for $25 (available in two designs).

    2. A six-piece knife block set to replace your miscellaneous collection started in college.

    Promising review: "These knives are awesome! Be very careful, they are SHARP! I wanted something of higher quality but didn't want to pay $300+. These knives were exactly what I was hoping for. They look sharp in my kitchen, they feel great in my hand, and they sliced through tomatoes and peppers like butter. I definitely recommend these knives to anyone wanting a high-quality knife without breaking the bank. Trust me, spend a little extra money on this set compared to whatever you're looking at now, and you WILL NOT be disappointed!" —Mark A

    Get it from Amazon for $190.28.

    3. A set of gin and tonic glasses with quirky hand-drawn diagrams for hosting your very own happy hour.

    Promising review: "My mom and I love to drink gin and tonics, so these glasses were a perfect birthday gift for her! They are high quality, fun to drink out of, and the design is really unique. Love that they are hand-painted, and the proportions as drawn on the glass make a well-proportioned G & T!" —GT Barnum

    Get them from Uncommongoods for $25.

    4. A ceramic non-stick cookware set in a lovely shade of retro pink. They're super easy to clean!

    I've owned this set for a couple years, and it's still in great shape! The pot lid knobs have vents that let steam out. Using silicone cooking utensils instead of metal ones helps the non-stick coating last longer.

    Promising review: "These pots and pans are seriously amazing. They're super easy to clean because nothing ever sticks to them. 10/10 would buy again, plus the color is great." —Miranda

    Get it from Amazon for $100 (available in two colors).

    5. A versatile cake stand set that'll double as a serving tray and punch/salad bowl!

    Promising review: "Gorgeous; love it. What a beautiful gift to give. You couldn't ask for better quality. It's heavy and worth every penny." —Linda

    Get it from Wayfair for $25.99.

    6. An adorable spoon rest with a wooden spoon you ~might as whale~ just buy right now.

    Promising review: "I love everything about this little spoon rest, from its whimsical whale design to that perfect soft aqua color. This little whale matches perfectly with my kitchen and is the perfect size for our coffee spoon rest every day. I get to enjoy its nautical charm every time I go refill my coffee mug. Also, the wooden spoon with its cute little pun entertains my wife every time she sees it. Super cute!" —W. Infante

    Get it from Amazon for $15.90.

    7. A serving platter shaped like an artist palette for a creative way to present your hors d'oeuvres.

    Promising review: "I'm so pleased with this platter, and I'm very excited to give it to an artist friend. The platter is a nice large size, and the individual bowls are deep enough to hold a good amount of dips. Beautiful colors, great capacity, fun, and functional!" —Toni

    Get it from Uncommongoods for $35.

    8. A colorful set of mixing bowls and measuring cups that all nest neatly together.

    Promising review: "These look even better in person! They are brightly colored and are very striking even after multiple washes. The set takes up a minimal amount of space, so if you are like me and short on cabinet space, this is a great choice. The bowls are built well and have a solid feel to them; it has pretty much everything you need to function in the kitchen. I can't recommend these enough!" —Yanks1

    Get it from Amazon for $33.

    9. A pair of oven mitts so you don't have reach into the oven with your ~bear~ hands.

    Promising review: "Very cute gift for anyone who likes to cook (and has a sense of humor). I got these for my sister as a little add-on Christmas gift. She has a two-year-old son, and they spend a lot of time in the kitchen together. I know she'll love them! But just as important, these appear to be well-made and are much higher quality than I expected for the price." —Rebecca L.

    Get them from Amazon for $19.10.

    10. The Tasty Cookbook from BuzzFeed filled with delicious and creative recipes for everyone, from comforting and healthy dinners to mouthwatering sweet treats.

    Clarkson Potter

    This cookbook contains 80+ of Tasty's most popular recipes!

    Get it from Amazon for $11.99, Barnes & Noble for $12.62, or a local bookseller through IndieBound here.

    PSST! BuzzFeed makes money if you buy this.

    11. A rice cooker that'll make rice so good, you may convert to an all-rice diet. It'll also make steel cut oatmeal.

    Promising review: "Love, love, love! It's absolutely true: you haven't tasted rice until you’ve had it made by a Zojirushi. There are a few appliances I consider must-haves — this is one of them." —Andrew Demcak

    Get it from Amazon for $98.40.

    12. A retro breakfast station for a cute and functional addition to any countertop.

    The coffee maker makes four cups of coffee, and the toaster oven fits four slices of bread at once. It'll also fit a 7" pizza!

    Get it from Amazon for $54.45+ (available in two colors).

    13. An ravioli press so you can make your fave pasta dishes at home.

    Promising review: "This might not be strictly necessary to make homemade ravioli, but it simplified and sped up the process for sure. So glad we bought this and a pasta cutter as well. Our ravioli turned out great, and we made a ton. If we hadn't had this, we would have been at it all evening." —Rebecca W Walton

    Get it from Amazon for $15.34.

    14. A sturdy dutch oven in a festive color that won't break the bank.

    Promising review: "Very sturdy construction, attractive looking, holds heat very well and evenly. I've done pork shoulder roasts, braised vegetables, stews, and soups in it so far and haven't had any scorches or burns. It also cleans up very well — I don't have any stains or discolorations thus far. Very happy with my purchase." —Vicente

    Get it from Amazon for $54.08+ (available in ten colors).

    15. A Wonder Woman apron to remind you that knowing how to cook is a kind of superpower.

    Promising review: "Cutest apron EVER! Great quality for the price, too. Washes up nice without damage to the print." —Pretty Poison

    Get it from Amazon for $13.90+ (available in other superhero designs and kid size).

    16. A bundt pan for baking rose-shaped cakes that look as good as they taste.

    Promising review: "I own at least five Nordic Ware bundt pans, and they release so beautifully, even a complicated pattern like this with deep grooves for the rose petals. The best thing I can tell you is always make the cake recipe that is included on the packaging because they are so wonderful. This came with a strawberry and white chocolate cake recipe which I have now made four times. No one will care what you make for dinner." —Aphrodite K. Konduros

    Get it from Amazon for $21.62.

    17. A dish towel that'll have you singing 🎵 ~daschund~ through the snow...🎵

    Get it from Anthropologie for $18.

    18. A set of cooking utensils with integrated tool rests so the heads never touch the counter. They come with a rotating storage stand!

    Promising review: "We're very picky about the shapes, angles, and overall usability of our kitchen utensils. These are very well designed. The weighted handles and elevated design is absolute genius! Can never go back. The carousel is something I did not know we would appreciate as much as we do now. The whole product is high quality; highly recommend." —Luis Santiago

    Get it from Amazon for $32.60.

    19. An electric skillet for an easy and mess-free way of frying, boiling, or grilling any food. It has a built-in pouring spout that also acts as a vent and spatula holder!,

    Promising review: "This skillet has nearly straight sides of nice depth. As stated, the foldaway base and temperature control fit nicely inside the skillet itself, making a very compact unit for storage. I made fried chicken in it as a test case. To my delight, each piece was cooked evenly. This skillet seems to have no cold spots or overly hot spots. Cleanup was fast and easy. If you are looking for a skillet that has fast, even heating, easy cleanup, and a compact footprint in a cupboard, this is definitely one to consider!" —Lynn DeBolt

    Get it from Amazon for $49.90.

    20. A glass decanter that accurately describes what's inside it.

    Promising review: "Just as it looks. Glass is on the thinner side, but it's not like I expect to be handling this roughly anyways. Not only is it wonderful, it is whimsical as well. Side note: If you have any friends or family who are big Harry Potter fans, this could be the perfect gift for them!" —Maggie

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

    21. A turquoise bread box, because bread in a plastic bag just isn't aesthetically pleasing.

    Promising review: "Its very cute and spacious. Holds a lot more than I expected. I have an entire loaf of bread, a box of Pop-Tarts, a container of tortillas, and a container of puffs in mine at all times. So much better than having all of the things we use daily on the counter. I get a lot of compliments on it!" —Emily Colburn

    Get it from Amazon for $24.95 (available in two colors).

    22. A coffee percolator for a cheap and easy way to make cafe-quality joe.

    Promising review: "Never have I ever had a better cup of coffee/espresso. We put the max amount of water and the max amount of coffee grounds in the six-cup version, and it produces 9.2 ounces of coffee/espresso. I don't know what to call it because it is not as strong as espresso but much stronger than coffee. Whatever it is, it is the best I have ever had, hands down. Even cheap coffee makes better coffee in this than great quality coffee in a regular machine. It is easy to clean, and there have been no quality issues so far." —Brian

    Get it from Amazon for $26.99+ (available in five sizes and colors).

    23. A serving set in a brushed gold finish that'll earn you a hundred compliments.

    Get them from Anthropologie for $36.

    24. A set of ceramic measuring spoons disguised as a pretty pot of flowers.

    Promising review: "Yes! Buy this item if you want to be a kitchen goddess and the envy of everyone you meet! Totally adorable, looks brilliant in my kitchen, and has practical application. What more could you ask for? Buy it!" —amber

    Get it from Modcloth for $29.

    25. A House Stark cutting board perfect for preparing treats to eat during a Game of Thrones marathon.

    It's made out of bamboo!

    Get it from BoxLunch for $29.90.

    26. A quick and powerful toaster oven with infrared lighting that'll make you abandon the microwave and full-size oven forever.

    Promising review: "This thing is magic. I've had toaster ovens before, but the way this thing bakes food has me favoring it over my full-size oven. It leaves a crispy caramelized crust on everything, without over-cooking the insides. Just re-heating a slice of pizza somehow turns the pizza up a notch, and cookies fresh out of this oven would make Martha Stewart kick a puppy out of jealous rage. I can't believe whatever wizardry makes this thing work hasn't completely supplanted the nasty old resistive elements in normal electric ovens." —S. Turpin

    Get it from Amazon for $116.72.

    27. A multi-chrome flatware set sure to spark up a conversation at your next dinner party.

    Promising review: "I love these; they are eye-catching, and they don't feel cheap. Good weight and feel in your hands. I'm always getting compliments!" —boomboomboom

    Get a 12-piece set from Urban Outfitters for $55.

    28. A double-layered oil and vinegar set so you'll always have both condiments together.

    Promising review: "My friend was delighted by this gift. He can't wait to use it. Now he just needs to find some more recipes that use balsamic vinegar." –bt

    Get it from Uncommongoods for $19.95.

    29. An individual tea set for when you need some alone time with Earl Grey.

    Get it from Anthropologie for $28.

    30. A kitchen/bar cart to provide some extra storage space because you have lots of gadgets but very few cabinets.

    Promising review: "I absolutely love this cart. It is the perfect little pop of color to my kitchen. I put it together by myself in about an hour. It feels very sturdy. There is a cabinet with a good amount of room and a little drawer above it. I definitely recommend this item." —Stacy

    Get it from Wayfair for $148.99 or Walmart for $146.99 (available in three colors).

    The dance you'll be doing when the delivery guy comes with all your new kitchen stuff:


    Reviews here have been edited for length and/or clarity.

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