The holiday season is going to be different this year and most of our holiday gift shopping will probably be online, so my 2020 holiday gift guide is a bit unusual.
Many of us will not be visiting family and friends, but still want to send a little festive cheer this holiday season.
Everything on the list is under $50!
More significantly, all the items promote a healthy lifestyle, which is what we all should be working towards.
So, here is my 2020 gift-giving guide for all foodies – now get to shopping!
Gifts for in the kitchen
One of the best gifts you can give a foodie are tools to use in the kitchen.
Every time they use that beautiful wooden spoon or the durable garlic press you gave them, they will think of you.
Accompany the simple tool with useful, gourmet food.
These smooth finished Teak wooden spoons are excellently crafted to be a workhorse in the kitchen.
Elegant and practical, they will not damage expensive cookware that most foodies use.
They are easy to clean and durable. A great tool to use in the kitchen.
Do you think your foodie friend has everything they need in the kitchen?
Well, what about ChicWrap’s kool tool, a plastic wrap dispenser with a slide cutter?
This ingenious tool holds (1) 11.5″ x 250′ roll of plastic wrap.
The innovative slide cutter provides perfect dispensing and cutting without the dangerous blade we have all cut our hands-on.
It makes wrapping chicken for tenderizing a breeze.
It comes in a variety of prints to match any foodie decor.
Foodie gifts to elevate cooking
Do you know an experienced home cook who might be interested in elevating their pallet?
Spices are the best way to take an ordinary dish and make it extraordinary.
FreshJax has a collection of spices ideal for grill masters to vegetarians.
This 10-spice gift set includes hand-crafted, organic flavors to elevate broccoli, asparagus, burgers, kale, and carrots.
If you do not want to buy a spice set, why not get the cook that has everything the ultimate book on spices?
The Spice Companion is an illustrated book by Lior Lev Sercarz, whom many consider the “spice expert.”
The book was designed to inspire home cooks to experiment with flavors and create their own spice blends.
For those who might be culinarily challenged but are still foodies, try these botanical gifts.
Botanical Interests Sprouter Gift Set
Everything a sprout-lover needs to grow sprouts all year! Each beautifully packaged set contains a sprouter, instruction and recipe booklet, and four of our most popular sprouting seed varieties.
- Botanical Interests Seed Sprouter– Our uniquely designed sprouter is the EASIEST way to grow 1, 2, 3, or 4 kinds of delicious sprouts at once!
- Salad Mix – Add a spark of flavor and color to your salads and meals with this special mix that highlights the flavor of each component in a perfect balance.
- Sandwich Mix – The sweet, mild flavors of alfalfa and red clover mixed with just enough spicy radish to add lively flavor and texture to your sandwiches.
- Broccoli – A powerhouse of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that may protect against many diseases with a crunchy texture and spicy flavor.
- Red Clover – With a flavor similar to alfalfa sprouts, crisp clover sprouts provide essential nutrients including many vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants.
Back to the Roots Seed Starter Collections
Offering a wide variety of seed collections, Back to the Roots is a great way to start a “garden-to-table” lifestyle.
Making a connection between agriculture, our food, and our health is why I started my blog to start with.
All products are made in the U.S.A. and come with a “guaranteed to grow” promise.
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I hope my unusual foodie gift guide list inspires you to think outside of the box this year.
You may buy one for yourself and one to give away.
Hope you have a great holiday season – but stay safe!