Kitchen Christmas Gifts Under $50

Kitchen Christmas gifts can be hard to think of while walking through crowded stores. I’ve compiled a kitchen Christmas gift list of ideas based on popular kitchen tools, bakeware and small appliances. From boiling water to making waffles, these kitchen tools offer a wide array of gift ideas.

Perfect for the cook or baker in your life, these kitchen gift ideas are also highly rated as being useful, durable, and of good quality. The best part is that each kitchen gift idea is under $50! For more gift ideas, visit the Christmas Gift Guide for Cooks

Escali Primo Digital Multifunction Scale$22.29
Properly measuring ingredients is an essential part of successful baking or cooking. A digital scale is easy to use and ensures accuracy.

Aroma 1-1/2-Liter Hot X-PressWater Kettle$27.44
With Winter fast approaching, this pot boils water quickly for making a cup of tea or other hot beverage. Simply fill with water and plug it in.

This model features an easy-grip handle and easy-clean spout. And, it automatically shuts off once water reaches a boil!

OXO Salad Spinner$27.50
I’ve been known to mock salad spinners, but I will admit it makes drying greens quick and easy. Add the wet greens, attach the lid, and push down on the knob to begin spinning. This salad spinner is dishwasher safe, making it a breeze to clean when you’re done.

Cuisinart Stick Hand Blender$29.95
I love my immersion stick blender and find myself using it on a regular basis. The blender purees soups and blends smoothies in little time.

This stick blender offers a powerful 200-watt motor. The blender’s parts are dishwasher safe for quick clean-up.

Simply Calphalon 6 Piece Bakeware Set$29.95
A six-piece bakeware set in heavy-gauge carbon-steel construction. The pans feature reinforced rolled edges to prevent warping during baking.

Set includes 2-8 inch round cake pans, 10″ x 15″ cookie sheet, 9″ x 13″ cake pan, 12 cup muffin pan and medium loaf pan.

Old Stone Oven Baking Stone$37.99
Create crispy pizza crust at home with this 14″ x 16″ oven baking stone. The stone is placed into the oven to preheat. Then, place your pizza directly on the stone to achieve one of the crispiest pizza crusts you’ve ever had!

Swissmar Borner V-Slicer Plus Mandoline$39.85
Slicing vegetables and fruits in uniform thickness is easy with this mandoline. It features a holder grip to ensure fingertips are not accidentally nipped by the sharp blade.

The mandoline will also shred and dice in addition to slicing. Slicing onions has never been easier!

Presto FlipSide Belgian Waffle Maker$39.99
A fresh, crisp Belgian waffle is easy to do with this 1100-watt waffle maker. The appliance features a digital display with a countdown timer.

The waffle maker makes a 7″ waffle with deep indentations to hold plenty of syrup and butter. The waffles are sectioned into four pieces for easy cutting.

Cuisinart 1-1/2-Quart Automatic Ice Cream Makers$45.25
I’ve had this ice cream maker for several years and love it. It’s easy to use and quick to clean. In about 20 minutes, you can make a batch of ice cream or other frozen dessert. I’ve made lemon frozen yogurt, fig sorbet, and strawberry ice cream.

Lodge Logic Cast-Iron Grill/Griddle$47.21
I had to give my cast iron stovetop griddle away when we switched to our induction cooktop, and I miss using this griddle! One side features a flat surface for pancakes or sandwiches and the other side features a grate for grilling meats or veggies.

Find kitchen gift ideas for under $25, $50, $100 (and a few over $100), in the Christmas Gift Guide for Cooks.

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  • Manggy October 26, 2009, 12:38 am

    Why in the world were you mocking salad spinners?! Ha ha ha.
    I’m pretty sure the cast iron grill works just fine on induction, unless it’s too heavy for the surface.

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