30 Holiday Kitchen Gifts Under $30

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Holiday Kitchen Gifts Under $30

Looking for some functional & affordable holiday gifts?  Here’s some of my favorite, most loved, and most used kitchen items.  At the time of this post, all items were under $30.  This post contains Amazon Affiliate Links.  I only recommend products that I use in my kitchen or while cooking in my clients kitchen as a personal chef.  Thanks for supporting my blog & love of cooking.  For more kitchen items I love/use: please visit my shop page.


                                • Teak Cutting Board – It’s sustainably harvested, easy on knives, got the juice grooves, and pretty.
                                • Digital Meat Thermometer – Don’t open the oven.  This alerts you when your meat is cooked to temperature.

                            Cooking Twine – Tie up that meat or herbs in a nice package or bundle.

                            Zester / Grater – Good for zesting fruit, grating ginger, & shredding Parmesan finely.

                            Potato Ricer – For the creamiest & fluffiest mashed potatoes ever.

                            Vegetable Peeler – Serrated, Strong, and on a Swivel.

                            Kitchen Tongs – Ultimate Favorite Kitchen Tool Ever.

                            Baking Sheets – 13 x 18 and two of them to boot.  Perfect for roasting any vegetable.

                        Bamboo Cutlery Organizer – Get your tools & silverware organized with this expandable tray.

                    8 Cup Food Processor – Affordable workhorse food processor for grating, slicing, & chopping.

                    “Fish” Spatula – I use this for everything from flippin’ fish to breakin’ up ground beef in a pan.

                    Salad Spinner – Remember to clean your greens.  Lots of stuff hidden in there.

                    3 Quart Mixing Bowl – This is a great size for things like batters, salads, meatloafs, or veggies.

                    Shrimp Peeler & Deveiner – Makes easier & faster work of a mundane job.  Don’t let the cheap plastic fool you.  It works better than any of the others I’ve tried – even the steel ones.

                7 Quart Crockpot – It’s big, programmable, & affordable.

                13″ Serving Spoon – There is nothing fancy about this spoon. It’s industrial and tough.  I like the look & feel.

                Silicone Spatula Set – Heat Resistant, BPA free, & won’t scratch your pans.

                Over The Sink Colander – 5.5 Quarts.  Used in my home on nearly a daily basis.

                Splatter Guard – Protect your stove, counters, & face from grease splatters!

                Immersion Blender – Makes fast work of pureeing soups without pulling out a huge blender.

                Glass Measuring Cups – Glass, 3 piece stackable, classic, and like your mama probably had.

                Spiralizer – Trying to eat less carbs & more veggies.  Zucchini noodles are a pinch with this.

                Old School Juicer – It’s like your mama’s old juicer.  Sturdy.  I find these to be easier than the newer handheld models.

              • Oval Baking Dish – Perfect for frittatas or other small casseroles.
              • Silicone Basting Brush – Easy to clean & heat resistant to 600F.  Get both sizes.

          • Set of 3 Fine Mesh Strainers – Perfect for straining foods, especially fine foods like angel hair pasta or making kombucha or cider.
          • Hand Mixer – This isn’t a fancy hand blender.  Great reviews & price and will get the stuff mixed for home cooks.
          • Kitchen Scissors – These get the job done for cutting meat, herbs, and even small shrubs.  Watch your fingers!
        • Bread Knife – I like the way the offset bread knife sets in my hand.  Bread knifes make cuttin’ bread super easy and Victorinox is a great solid brand.
        • Cheese Knife – Cuttiin’ hard cheese is a breeze.  Plus the serration makes slicin’ tomatoes super easy too.

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For more kitchen items I love/use: please visit my shop page.

This post contains Amazon affiliate links.  Thank you for supporting my blog & love of cooking.

30 Holiday Kitchen Gifts Under $30

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