Thanks to the pandemic, 2020 has been the year of the home cook.
I’ve spent more time in my kitchen this year than I have in all of the years before combined so beefing up my gadgets has been a must.
If you have a home cook in your life, these are some of the best gifts for cooks this holiday season.
Best Gifts for Cooks: Kitchen Gifts Every Home Cook Will Love
PowerXL Air Fryer Pro
We use ours daily. Everything from frozen pizza to fried chicken is delicious in the air fryer. This is the one we have and I love it because it’s large enough to cook food for our whole family at once.SHOP NOW
Beets & Berry Oven Gloves
I got a free pair of these oven gloves to try and I am in love with them. They aren’t awkward or unwieldy like mitts and they’re super heat resistant. You can enjoy a discount with this code via the link below: 20DUDEMOMSHOP NOW
Kitchen IQ Knife Sharpener
Personally, I have no clue how to use that metal stick that comes in a knife block. This knife sharpener is super easy to use and actually works even if you barely know what you’re doing.SHOP NOW
Breakfast Sandwich Maker
This one makes breakfast a breeze and it even gets the lowest level cooks in the kitchen. Here that means my teenagers can help.SHOP NOW
I used to be a huge coffee lover and I always made my morning (and afternoon) cups in my French press. I always felt so fancy with my European coffeemaker.SHOP NOW
I’m obsessed with the chopped salad I eat for lunch everyday and this is 100% on my wish list this year. Saves time and energy.SHOP NOW
Snap N Strain Strainer
Saves dishes, saves time, saves energy. Makes draining and straining so much easier.SHOP NOW
Make the perfect pancake every time. No dripping all over the counter or down the side of the bowl. Less time wiping and more time eating.SHOP NOW
These are a hit with the whole family because no one likes their tacos falling apart before they have the chance to devour them.SHOP NOW
DIY sushi is a fun family activity to get everyone in the kitchen having fun and making dinner. Make the task more successful with the sushi bazooka.SHOP NOW
I got one when pandemic world quarantines kicked in this past March and have not regretted it for cold weather cooking projects. Fresh bread, soups, roasts, all come out spectacular inside. Can’t figure out why you need a $200 one, as long as its cast iron seems like it would work fine. Mine was definitely under $100 and I love it.SHOP NOW