Those of you who have been following The Hangry Woman for the few years I’ve been at it know that 1) gifts are my love language, and I LOVE it when people come up with thoughtful gifts, and 2) I love high-end bougie stuff.
I’m the kind of person who will always, no matter what end up picking out THE most expensive thing out of the line-up without looking at the price. It’s just my style.
I’m not bougie for no reason, though. I try to be thoughtful about the pieces I bring into my home, and most of the time I pick them for build quality, and knowing that they’re going to *hopefully* last me a lifetime.
I compiled a list of good gifts for your foodie friends (even the bougie ones). Be sure this person is really your friend though, because some of these can get pricey!
The Ultimate Gift Guide For Foodies
The Hangry Woman Tee: $26.99
I may be biased, but this is one of the most comfortable shirts I own. It’s slouchy, stretchy, and very flattering. I wear it to events all the time and when I fly, it’s my perfect comfy companion.
Better Homes And Gardens 17th Edition New Cookbook $13.74 (Hardcover)
I always like to put a cookbook on the list, and I love this one for foodies. It’s packed with simple and complex recipes that test your cooking skills, and is one of the best cookbooks for learning how to cook!
The KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer $199 (Refurbished)
I think this is an excellent gift for any cook who doesn’t have one. The KitchenAid Artisan Stand Mixer is one of those appliances in my kitchen that never gets put away. You can use it for everything from making zoodles, to grinding fresh meat. It’s a versatile tool that will last you a long time.
The KOHI+ PressoPump (Edit: Currently sold out)
If you’re a frequent flyer, and you love espresso, the PressoPump is a great gift. It’s an espresso maker that actually makes a very good cup of espresso on the go. This is that go-to gift for the traveler in your life!
The Breville Citrus Press: $162
I can’t tell you how this juice press saved my life this year. I was able to make fresh squeezed citrus juices in a matter of minutes, with no crazy clean up and an easy setup. This is a great gift for someone who loves fresh juices for cocktails, or just to have fresh juice around.
The Gourmia Air Fryer: $45-$90
I LOVE this appliance in my kitchen for a few reasons. Although it’s pretty large, it can be used for just about anything. I love being able to make crispy, crunchy food without drowning it in oil. It’s a GREAT alternative to deep frying, and baking (which doesn’t always give you that crunch you need. Additionally, it’s easy to clean and very sleek.
DAVID’s Tea – Candy Cane Crush: $25
When I got the DAVID’s Tea Advent Calendar this year, I was so in love with this flavor. It’s sweet, minty and is totally reminiscent of the holidays. It makes a fabulous stocking stuffer for the tea lover!
Smart Sweets: $7.99
Smart Sweets have probably been my favorite discovery this year. For 3g of carbs per bag, I find this to be a winner when I need to satisfy that sweet tooth (without going crazy on carbs). Smart Sweets just also introduced some holiday flavors recently, so you can grab these and stuff some stockings!
So, what do you think? Are any of these on your list? Let me know below what other items could go into a gift guide for foodies!