Having trouble buying a Christmas gift for that person who has everything? Don’t worry, you’re in good company!
When socks or a tie are just too cliched and a brand new smartphone is far too extravagant, what could you possibly buy? Well, if that special person is a bit of a foodie at heart and loves nothing more than whipping up an edible extravaganza in the kitchen, there are plenty of great gift ideas that certainly won’t break the bank.
We bring you these fabulous Christmas gifts, fit to grace any kitchen worktop, with each one costing less than £50.
For the person in your life who has good intentions when it comes to their diet. With this ingenious vegetable slicer, they can actually substitute carb-loaded pasta for vegetable spaghetti. Plus, it’ll prevent fingertips getting sliced!
Vegetable spaghetti maker
£6.14 from LightInTheBox.com
‘Tis the seasoning
If you know someone who needs to sort out their seasoning, these adjustable salt and pepper mills could be just the job. Simply adjust the settings for the perfect sized grains.
Precision salt & pepper mills
£39.99 from Cole & Mason
Nervous chopper? If chopping food fills you with dread at both the prospect of a trip to A&E or the fact it can leave plenty of mess, this all-in-one chopper is perfect for all sorts of food, from vegetable to nuts. Simply push down on the top for mess-free, contained, sliced and diced food.
£19.99 from OXO
Cut to the core
If the person you’re buying for is a little old-fashioned, then this rotary apple peeler will certainly “a-peel” to them! With a suction cup that keeps it firmly stuck to even laminate worktops, it’s a quick, easy, and dare I say, fun, way of getting at least 1 of your 5 a day.
Apple peeler corer & slicer
£19.99 from Wayfair.co.uk
A shot in the arm
Last year, the Nutribullet was the must-have Christmas present, with John Lewis stating that one was sold every 30 seconds at the height of the Christmas shopping period. If your gift recipient needs to give their health kick a kick-start, why not buy them one of these Magic Bullets?
£29.99 from Currys
Bring the allotment indoors
For a healthy kitchen and healthy body, you can’t get better than fresh herbs on your windowsill. Perfect for elderly relatives who like nothing better than a few hours of pottering around the garden, this novelty indoor herb garden is a “sage” choice.
Novelty indoor herb gardening allotment planter gift set
£23.99 from CKB
If you’d like to see some of these kitchen gifts in your Christmas stocking, why not give someone a rather obvious hint by sharing this post on Facebook or Twitter?