Let’s face it, foodies are either the easiest or the hardest people to shop for. The easiest because you know what they like, the hardest because half the time they already have every gadget imaginable. These gadgets and gizmos will brighten their day.
Everyone love churros, but who needs all that fat? The StarBlueChurro Makerlets you squeeze batter onto it and press to make four insanely delicious churros at a time. $32.99 on Amazon.com.
The macaron craze shows no sign of abating and this macaron baking kit has everything your foodie will need to make perfect macarons or cream puffs. The 14-piece set includes a pair of baking mats, six piping tips, two piping bags with bag ties, one coupler and more, $20.99 on Amazon.com.
For your friend who puts sriracha on everything this twin sriracha keychain pack will make certain their favorite condiment is always at hand. $19.99 at Amazon.com.
This is the appliance everyone wants right now, and even though it will probably show up on the next garage sale table (next to the bread maker and ice cream machine) the Dash Air Fryer is $45.99 at bedbathandbeyond.com.
Anyone who’s had freshly made pasta, knows there’s no comparison to the stuff in boxes (no matter how fancy they are). A true foodie will treasure the Imperia pasta machine, $59.96 at williams-sonoma.com.
A shiitake mushroom log won’t just be a conversation starter sitting prominently out in the kitchen but an excuse to whip up some tasty, mushroom-laden dishes and invite guests over for delicious home-cooked dinners, $30 at uncommongoods.com.
If you’ve got a pie-maker on your gift list, nothing would make them happier than a marble rolling pin. Marble rolling pins keep pie dough cool while being rolled out, so your buttery pie dough won’t melt before you get it into the pie plate. Each rolling pin comes with its own rubberwood stand,$25 at crateandbarrel.com.
Sometimes you need to skip past the gadgets and head right to the food. Everyone knows that Harry and David is a great source for food gifts, but smaller, boutique companies offer something unique, not only in the product, but often in the packaging as well.
Olive & Cocoa offers even more exotic fare with edible packages for savory, sweet or a delightful mix of the two, you’re certain to find something for the discerning foodie.
Like this assorted gift box brimming with ready to eat nibbles. Each size comes gift wrapped in a hand-crafted wood crate with ribbon. Priced from $48-$138 at oliveandcocoa.com.
Nashville's Bang Candy Co. rainbow chocolate bark is as decadent as it is colorful, made of Belgian white and dark chocolate and topped with popping candies and rainbow sprinkles, $25 at mouth.com.
Grown in the midwestern corn belt, these Popcorn on the Cob kernels stay close to their source until you pop them. It’s a fun and economical gift, $18 at uncommongoods.com.
Everyone knows at least one beer enthusiast. Hop to it and order them the Beer Enthusiast Crate, which comes with a Good Measure beer cocktail glass, Socks in Beer Can-Stout, a copy of the hardcover version of “Stuff Every Beer Snob Should Know” and Hops & Nuts Peppa Nuts and Hops & Nuts Shuga Hops, $69.99 at mancrates.com.