Top 10 gifts for foodies


(Updated December 2015)

It’s nearly impossible to shop for a foodie without getting hungry or finding something you’d like for yourself. This list will make shopping a breeze for even the pickiest people.


Useful for sparking creativity in the kitchen, these foodie dice will “shake up” the dinner plan. Over 186,000 combinations are possible with the nine dice included in the set for $24.

If you’re buying for a cheese expert, this gift will be well used. Included in the storage kit are storage bags, papers and a cheese log for $23. No matter what, cheese will be kept fresh with the products in this storage kit.

With an adjustable thermostat, top-mounted fan for the more effective drying and five drying trays, the Snackmaster Pro 600 watt food dehydrator works well for drying jerky, fruit and vegetables. Priced at $69.99, this dehydrator comes with a one-year limited warranty.

A true foodie will love the idea of grilling kabobs without skewing them. These baskets are non-stick and the handles are made out of rosewood. A set of four costs $19.99.

This malt maker can be used to make malts, milkshakes and smoothies. The appliance costs $33.99 and is easy to clean with a removable cup, spindle and movable head.

For the foodie who loves vintage, these aqua blue measuring cups will be a hit. Priced at a$12.99, the standard set includes four cups that stack on top of one another to create a countertop conversation piece.

Great for anyone who likes to have a hot lunch at work. This food warmer, which is available in a variety of colors, features a handle for easy carrying, a travel lid and cord storage for $24.99.

Made of cast iron, this fondue set is perfect for a small gathering of friends and family. The set sells for $89.99 and comes with four forks.

Designed to fit inside a refrigerator door, this $21 herb keeper features suspended slots to hold herbs while stems are in water. It can also be used for asparagus and celery stalks.

A neat way to organize your eggs from oldest to newest, this egg skelter is built for the countertop for those who like to keep their eggs at room temperature. Two dozen eggs fit on this $25 skelter.


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