70+ Gifts for Food Lovers

Best part of all — everything here costs $60 or less!

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November 16, 2020
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Let's face it — finding the right gift for every single person, kid and pet on your Christmas list can be a challenge, especially when you take into account everyone's changing wants, likes and needs. What might have made a great gift last year, probably seems predictable this year and vice versa. Luckily, Food Network Magazine is here to help with their annual Food Lovers Gift Guide. With new and affordable finds for foodies, kiddos and fur babies of all ages, it's sure to make you the talk of the grab bag or white elephant pile this year. Now all you need to do is getting shopping!

For Foodies:

These “frozen treats” are good, clean fun: They’re hand soaps!

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Bagel lovers can save up for their favorite breakfast with this little keychain.

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$8.00

These clay earrings, inspired by Mexican sweet bread rolls, come with either studs or hooks.

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$6.39

This ombré set of silicone straws will have everyone sipping pretty.

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A home office looks extra cozy with a set of marshmallow push pins and a mug holder.

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The colorful wood handles on these knives make fruit and veggie prep more a-peel-ing.

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This kit contains seeds, soil and a ceramic berry basket so you can grow your own.

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$14.00

Cheers to this chic folk art–style flask. It’s nice to drink in style!

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This 81⁄2" x 11" print would look at home in any kitchen.

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$9.99

Pretty beaded citrus-inspired earrings make any outfit look fresh.

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The only thing better than this all-natural scrub? Pairing it with a matching cocktail!

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These sponges are all they’re cracked up to be — they seamlessly blend makeup.

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This lemon-, mint- and fir-scented candle comes in a jam jar and burns for 36 hours.

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$18.99

This 8" x 8" unframed illustration isn’t cheesy at all — it’s just cute!

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$19.99

Keep loved ones safe and stylish with one of these fun and fruity cotton masks.

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Add beer to these four printed glasses and you’ve got an instant party.

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This cotton cloth is thick enough to sop up any mess — and it looks good doing it.

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Friends won’t be able to keep their paws off these fierce leopard stirrers.

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The serene blue swirls on this porcelain serving plate are hand-painted.

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$24.87

This cheery floral set looks great on a counter — and it takes up minimal space.

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Will this set of knives liven up a cheese board? You’d better brie-lieve it!

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$26.00

Handwoven coasters will make any table look special.

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$26.00

This ceramic succulent will help you get all the lime juice you need for margaritas.

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This 18 karat gold–plated adjustable ring is cute any way you slice it.

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These beachy metal teaspoons will class up morning coffee service.

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$30.00

Stash this on a shelf and it looks like a cookbook; open it up and it’s a handy scale.

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This 1980s-style pot brews loose tea through a stainless-steel filter.

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$30.00

Artisans in Rwanda hand-weave these sisal and sweetgrass rings.

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$34.00

Elevate morning espresso with a duo of rose-colored faceted glasses.

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$35.00

Artisans called “Women of the Red Clay” in Oaxaca, Mexico, make this 4"-diameter pot.

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This ceramic plate looks like pure sunshine — it’s perfect for serving breakfast.

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Let them eat cake off porcelain plates emblazoned with midcentury designs.

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This gift is our cup of tea. The ceramic set comes with a teapot, tea cup and saucer.

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$40.00

These clever earrings, made of stainless steel, are great for any carb lover.

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A layer of titanium gives this glass vase its cool metallic look.

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Give these enamelware bowls to a friend who puts Old Bay on everything.

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$44.00

Fill this 9" x 10" ceramic bird with punch and watch people flock to it.

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$40.00

Just guess how this melamine-coated wood tray makes everyone feel!

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Each glass is totally unique and is handblown by artisans in Jalisco, Mexico.

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$49.00

This tie is made of 100 percent silk, with a fun pattern that’s ripe for the picking.

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$48.00

Aspiring bread bakers will get a proofing bowl and handy how-tos with this kit.

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$58.00

Fill these up with pasta and make sure there’s #nocarbleftbehind.

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Fans of Team Negroni will be proud to wear this varsity-style top.

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These 8" x 10 1/2" and 11" x 14 1/4" trays show two of Pendleton’s iconic patterns.

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Give a subscription to Food Network Magazine — for only $6! Visit shop.thefoodnetworkmag.com and use the coupon code holiday50.

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For Kids:

$7.00

Arm your favorite little pen pal with sweet new stationery.

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$10.00

Give phones a fresh twist with this grip and stand.

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Match the toppings cards to taste victory.

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This teether comes with a rattle and a clip so it won’t get lost.

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$15.49

Kids of all ages will love this unique cookbook from the editors behind Food Network Magazine. It's filled with over 150 delicious recipes kids themselves can make with little supervision, plus a fun quiz and coloring book section.

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See how many burger ingredients you can stack on the bottle without everything toppling over!

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$17.95

This 1,000-piece puzzle depicts a Lego ice cream buffet.

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These sparkly acrylic ties are salty and stylish.

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$18.00

Sweet dreams really are made of this.

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An egg lover will flip over these!

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$20.00

Decorate this metal box with 150 colorful vinyl stickers.

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$22.00

With a cute banana print and floating star confetti, this bag will be a hit at sleepovers.

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$23.00

These snuggly shoes have faux-suede soles.

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This inflatable tube is the kind of sled everyone will taco ’bout!

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There’s nothing corny about this tiny top.

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$34.00

These cotton pj’s are a Big Easy treat.

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This kit has everything you need to throw a make-believe picnic.

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For Pets:

$6.99

Plain tennis balls are so 2019. These are way more fun to fetch!

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This year, even Fido could use a drink.

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$11.90

This cupcake has a fun surprise inside: dog treats!

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$12.00

Whoever cooked up the idea for this brunch-themed chew toy is a genius.

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Channel summer with a bandana that’s all about warm-weather fun.

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Brighten up your main squeeze’s collar. Engraving is included!

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Here’s a gift for your fave feline — and its owner.

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Dress your pet in their Christmas best with a cozy personalized sweater.

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This plush 20"-diameter bed is like a slice of heaven for tired pups.

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Credits:

Introduction written by Michelle Baricevic for FoodNetwork.com.

All gifts chosen and written about by Erica Finamore for Food Network Magazine.

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