My last, and possibly favorite gift guide this year — my foodie gift guide.

I loved creating this guide. It’s filled with items I use on a daily basis and love having in my kitchen. I’ve even bought a few of these for some of my fellow foodies in the past years. Typically I write a few words describing each product, but to be honest I got lazy with this last one. Feel free to check out my wellness stocking stuffers gift guide or my cozy gift guide for more detailed posts.

Anyways, enough chatter.

Below I shared a few of my favorite items that are perfect for this year’s season of giving. They’re bound to satisfy any foodie, just make sure they don’t have the items yet!

Okay, here we go:

Weck jars (6 for $35)

Home kitchen organizer bin ($12)

Glass milk jugs ($14)

Label maker ($34)

Glass + cork storage jars ($10)

Ceramic mugs (price ranges)

An engraved cutting board ($27)

Primal Palate spices ($25)

Pizza stone ($27)

Donut pan ($8)

Stasher bags ($12)

Wooden serving bowl ($22)

Airfryer ($74)

Whole Foods gift card, Trader Joes gift card, Amazon gift card

The Mind-Gut Connection by Emeran Mayer

Grain Brain: The Surprising Truth about Wheat, Carbs, and Sugar by David Perlmutter

Splurge Gifts

The following are a few items that are what I consider SPLURGE items. I try to keep most of the gifts on my guides under $50, but these clearly exceed that price tag. They’re pricey, but each one is worth it.

Breville the Barista Express Espresso Machine ($498)
Vitamix E310 Explorian Blender ($288)
Ninja Foodie Blender ($150)
Smeg Toaster – aka the cutest toaster in the world ($159)
Instant Pot ($90)
Chicago Cutlery Fusion 12pc Block Set ($85)
Dyson V-10 ($499) (to clean up food messes)
Hoover ONEPWR Vacuum ($350)
Airpods Pro ($200)

I hope you enjoyed this foodie gift guide! What’s on your wish list this year?

xx Linds

P.S. If you enjoyed this foodie gift guide, check out my stocking stuffers gift guide and my cozy gift guide.