Gifts For The Home Cook

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If you have a loved one that loves to cook I’m here to make Christmas shopping easier. You can’t go wrong with any of these gifts for the home cook.

Gifts for Mom
I love to cook. I love to entertain. I love to put on a beautiful, bountiful spread of home cooked goodness – even though my myriad of food allergies has made it more challenging to do so.

The funny thing is, I’m not one to invest in items that make the job easier. That’s why I’m thankful that every Christmas my husband gets me something, okay a few somethings, for entertaining.

If you have a home cook in your life, consider getting them a few of these handy items this Christmas.

The Basics

Cookikng Gifts

Whether you’re loved one can whip up a souffle with their eyes closed, or are just embarking on their home cook journey, they need these kitchen basics!

Accessorizing The Mixer

Gifts for the home cook

To extend the sparkle and shine of a KitchenAid Mixer, or to simply keep dust out of clean mixing bowls, get a pretty and functional cloth cover.

Or if your loved one prefers to show off their mixer, let their personality shine with mixer decals. These are an inexpensive way to dress up a kitchen tool while bringing a pop of color to the kitchen.

If your favorite cook is a bit…messy in the kitchen, they may appreciate the splatter guard and pour shield.

Entertaining

Christmas Gifts For Cooks

These mostly inexpensive items make entertaining so easy, and add a little class to your gatherings.

Cookbooks

Best Cookbooks

I’m credited with being a good cook. But I didn’t start that way. I started following recipes, which led to tweaking recipes, which led to the ability to make up my own successful recipes. When I was first starting out the classic Betty Crocker Cookbook was such a blessing!

As I grew into different styles of cooking, I discovered the Dillard House Cookbook – southern cooking at its fattening best. Yum!

As my family grew I needed easy recipes for a crowd. The Southern Living Slow Cooker Cookbook and Cooking From Quilt Country helped with that.

And of course, my cookbook collection wouldn’t be complete without favorites from Food Network cooks like:

These items are sure to bless your home cook! They will make cooking and entertaining easier and even more stylish. What gifts have you bought for your home cook? What do they use most often?

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