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11 Best Kitchen Gift Ideas on Amazon

Looking for a handful of kitchen gift ideas for the home cook in your life? We've got you covered!

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Indoor BBQ Grillvia

Indoor BBQ Grill

Let’s bring the Super Bowl tailgate indoors. This electric, indoor BBQ grill ($249) gives you flavorful grilled hamburgers without the smoke. It uses infrared technology for perfectly cooked and evenly grilled ribs, chicken and vegetables. The griddle is even dishwasher safe for easy cleanup.

Purchase here.

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Lodge EC4D43 Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven, 4.6-Quart, Island Spice Redvia

Dutch Oven

Every serious home cook needs a Dutch oven. This Lodge enameled Dutch oven ($60) comes in a wide range of eye-catching colors that make it the centerpiece of any table. This gift would be much appreciated by both a home cook and a professional chef.

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See what you can make in a Dutch oven.

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Frozen Dessert Makervia

Frozen Dessert Maker

This compact, easy to use dessert maker ($25) makes simple, tasty frozen desserts like frozen yogurt, sherbet and sorbet (did you know there’s a difference?) right from your own kitchen. It’s the ideal gift for any froyo-obsessed health nut!

Purchase here.

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Wine Decantervia

Wine Decanter

This elegant wine decanter ($29) is as much function as it is decor. Decanting wine helps to enhance flavors by introducing air into the wine, releasing the natural aromas and flavors. This uniquely designed and handmade decanter will be the star of any get-together.

Purchase here.

Find more super-fun accessories for wine drinkers.

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Bluetooth Sous Videvia

Bluetooth Sous Vide

For the culinary adventurer, try a sous vide machine ($100). It’s a technique honed by professional chefs, and allows for perfectly moist and tender meat. The sous vide machine can be controlled remotely from your phone or tablet for precision cooking every time.

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What is sous vide cooking?

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Krups Air Fryervia

Krups Air Fryer

The Krups air fryer ($100) would be a helpful gadget for any cook who’s looking to stay healthy in the year ahead. From potatoes to fried chicken, using an air fryer yields crispy, tender and thoroughly cooked foods without the oil from deep frying.

Purchase here.

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Herb Mincervia

Herb Mincer

For many cooks, chopping herbs can be a tedious task. This compact mincer ($17) makes the process a whole lot easier. It won’t take long to have enough fresh basil, parsley and dill for this Cheese and Fresh Herb Quiche!

Purchase here.

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Compact Juicervia

Compact Juicer

This compact juicer ($100) is a thoughtful gift for the health-conscious cook in your life. It can make hearty and flavorful green juices or homemade fruit juices in minutes with easy and efficient cleanup.

Purchase here.

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Mandoline Slicervia

Mandoline Slicer

To get superbly thin potato slices for homemade chips, a mandoline is the right tool. This stainless steel slicer ($15) comes with a hand protector for easy use. The stainless steel blade is durable, dishwasher safe and adjustable for varied thickness.

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J.A. Henckels International 13550-005 Statement Knife Block Set, 15-pc, Light Brownvia

Knife Set

Every chef needs a sturdy knife set, and this block by J.A. Henckels ($130) is the real deal. The 15-piece set comes with a paring knife, chef’s knife, bread knife and more. J.A. Henckels is a reputable brand among professionals and home cooks alike, and these knives will last a lifetime!

Purchase here.

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Bamboo Serving Cuttingvia

Personalized Cutting Board

Do you have a favorite family recipe you’d like to preserve? This personalized cutting board ($18) is a heartwarming gift for the cook in your house because it allows them to keep a much-loved recipe close at hand. This gift is sentimental, functional and elegant.

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Note: Every product is independently selected by our editors. If you buy something through our links, we may earn an affiliate commission.

Laura Denby
Laura is a New York-based freelance food writer with a degree in Culinary Arts from the Institute of Culinary Education and a degree in Journalism from Penn State. Her work has appeared in Taste of Home, Chowhound, the Culture Trip and Patch.