77 Gifts for Food Lovers from Food Network Magazine
We've got picks for friends, family, kids, pets and more!
Let's face it — finding the right gift for every single person, kid and pet on your 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, for example. Luckily, Food Network Magazine is here to help with their annual Gift Guide. With 72 new and affordable finds for adults, kiddos and fur babies of all ages and personality types, 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 get shopping!
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Gifts for Foodies:
This sweet little coin holder has a built-in key ring.
Lend a friend an ear with this lemon-scented moisturizing soap.
Drinks look more festive on top of gilded snowflakes.
This lip smoothie is made with locally sourced botanicals — and it’s SPF 15.
There’s something fishy (and fab) about these roe pushpins.
It keeps bubbly fizzy for longer and looks glam too!
Gift these to the friend who can’t get enough avocado toast.
It comes with two 70-piece puzzles, and players race to finish first.
Put a new spin on Hanukkah with dreidel waffles.
Chip, chip, hooray! It’s the perfect stocking stuffer.
These adorable space-saving hedgehogs are ready to party.
Dish out a colorful scene in San Francisco, New York, Paris, London or Amsterdam.
A hand-painted illustration gives this ceramic tray a boatload of charm.
Mango wood, an enamel handle and brass markers make this set a steal.
Orange you glad to find a silk-screened cutie like this?
Wish someone app-y holidays with a 7-inch stoneware piece.
Spread good cheer with a handblown glass cocktail.
It’s just like the kind you folded as a kid, but in porcelain form.
Toast 2023 with grown-up candies — they’re made with Dom Pérignon!
These Andy Warhol–inspired cloisonné studs will make any outfit pop.
Serve up instant fun with a food version of the classic game.
Forget the partridge in a pear tree — gift a ceramic fruit instead!
It’s no toss-up: These carved salad hands from Bali are the coolest.
Stick trimmed pine boughs into this vase for a nice host gift.
Multicolored pom-poms make a tablescape merry and bright.
This patty is crafted from felt by female artisans in Nepal.
Checking the turkey feels downright posh with a Tiffany Blue probe.
Give bakers the essentials for a dozen sweets (jelly not included).
These eye-makeup brushes come in an apron-shaped holder.
Customize your cubes with silicone letters, numbers and shapes.
A funky enameled spoon is a showstopper on any table.
It’s handy for grinding spices, but left on a countertop, it’s like a sculpture!
Pop your pints in here so they’ll stay cold — and not freeze your hands!
Know a seafood fan? The world can be their gold-leafed oyster.
You can customize the cover with a friend’s name.
Over-the-top holiday wear looks lovely on these stoneware appetizer plates.
Yes, it’s now possible to protect a phone and display your love of carbs.
This stainless-steel beauty has a spout that produces a smooth drizzle.
These 2-inch holders will let everyone know it’s party time.
Put art and soul into meals with an apron featuring Wheat Field with Cypresses.
Inspire a pal to live on the sunny side with a 23" x 27" machine-washable rug.
This small plastic piece turns chopping into a celebration.
Pinkies up when sipping from diamond-cut glasses.
Embroidered linen napkins give people something to cheer about.
Checkerboard shakers add a playful look to a holiday table.
Bookshelves are more a-peeling with gilded banana bookends.
A board made with beachy blue resin is great for holiday cheese plates.
Sales of this serving dish help support clean water and healthy oceans.
It’s not just eye candy: This 13-inch twist feels super soft.
This conversation piece can hold finger foods — or corral your mail.
Give a cook some luxe shea-oil soaps with fragrant ingredients like basil, vanilla and more.
These custom giclée prints of famous eateries come signed and numbered.
Gifts for Kids:
This cookbook comes with 150+ recipes kids of all ages can make with little to no supervision.
This delicious cookbook is a must-have for kid bakers!
365 days' worth of cooking adventures awaits pint-sized chefs in the pages of this whimsical cookbook.
This bundle comes with digital e-book copies of all 3 of Food Network Magazine's best-selling kids cookbooks.
There are several scoops on the cuff, and a cherry on top.
Movers and shakers will find these rattles easy to grab.
This vivid board book invites kids to explore breakfast in other countries.
Surprise a pint-size pal with a pair of irresistible barrettes.
It’s egg-cellent for playtime: Two of them open to reveal yolks.
This charm smells like strawberry cotton candy.
At night, this 6-inch light helps keep kids happy; by day, it’s a showpiece.
A retro-chic cotton apron lets tiny chefs dress the part.
Gifts for Pets:
There’s an extendable bungee rope in the middle so dogs can really bite into these.
Pooches can enjoy the festival of lights with a squeaky menorah, latkes, challah and fish.
Attach it to a dog or cat collar for the cutest sushi fix.
This 11-inch rope creation will encourage kitties to play with their veggies, not the furniture.
Splatterware gives this bowl design cred, and a rubber rim keeps it in place.
This 24-inch square plush spot is the bed version of comfort food.
Dogs will look peachy in this patterned collar with removable bow tie.
Stash snacks in a porcelain holder with a wooden lid modeled after basset hound ears.
Introduction paragraph written by Michelle Baricevic for FoodNetwork.com.
All gifts chosen and gift captions written by Belle Bakst, Kate Franke, Carol Lee and Monica Michael Willis for Food Network Magazine.