Kitchen Christmas Gifts Under $100

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, cookware and small appliances. From making ice cream to baking bread, 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 $100! For more gift ideas, visit the Christmas Gift Guide for Cooks

Cuisinart 2-Quart Ice Cream Maker$62.59
A fully automatic ice cream maker, the Cuisinart features a large ingredient spout for adding mix-ins. Also, this model boasts a heavy duty motor and double-insulated 2-quart freezer bowl.

Perfect for making homemade frozen yogurt, sorbet, or ice cream! Although I love my little ice cream maker, I’ll admit that this one intrigues me – it must be that brushed stainless steel look.

Calphalon 12-Quart Stockpot with Lid$69.99
For the big jobs, this 12-quart stockpot is ideal for making stocks, soups, or stews.

Made from Calphalon hard anodized aluminum, the stockpot is durable and conducts heat evenly. It’s recommended that metal utensils be used inside the pot.

J.A. Henckels 7″ Santoku$69.99
If I could only have one knife, this would be it. I’ve used this Santoku knife for many years – it’s my go-to knife for every chopping and slicing task.

Henckels knives offer great balance and quality construction. As a bonus, this knife also comes with the wooden knife block to build your own knife collection.

KitchenAid KICA0WH Ice Cream Maker Attachment$71.99
An easy way to make ice cream if you already own a KitchenAid mixer. This attachment and freezer bowl quickly convert the mixer into an ice cream maker.

The bowl makes 2-quarts of ice cream and is dishwasher safe.

Screwpull Lever Model Classic Lever Gift Set$79.99
I always have a hard time opening wine and need to invest in a quality corkscrew. This one features a Teflon-coated screw to enter and grip even the toughest corks.

This item includes the screwpull wine opener, foil cutter, and wooden gift box. The screwpull is dishwasher safe.

Zojirushi Thermal Carafe Coffee Maker$80.95
My former coffee pot featured a thermal stainless steel carafe and it is amazing at keeping coffee hot for several hours. It is convenient for taking to the table during leisurely breakfasts or brunches.

This stylish stainless steel coffee pot is made by Zojirushi and includes an automatic shut-off safety feature. No more worries about leaving the coffee pot on.

OXO Good Grips 15-Piece Everyday Kitchen Tool Set$83.99
A stylish holder and 14 useful kitchen utensils.

The set includes flexible turner, 12-inch tongs, square turner, spoon, slotted spoon, grater, swivel peeler, ice cream scoop, potato masher, can opener, balloon whisk, spatula, meat tenderizer, pizza wheel, and holder.

KitchenAid 5-Speed Blender$88.65
This durable blender comes in a wide range of colors to fit any kitchen decor. The heavy, die-cast metal base ensures stable, quiet operation when blending

Patented stainless steel blade tines are positioned on four different planes for fast, thorough and consistent blending. Margaritas, anyone?

Cuisinart Pro Classic 7-Cup Food Processor$96.00
This food processor has been on my personal wish list for awhile and I haven’t yet received it. This set includes a steel blade, dough blade, slicing disc, and shredding disc. Whether pureeing soup or kneading dough, a good quality food processor can serve many functions.

Breadman TR875 2-Pound Breadmaker$96.99
This bread maker can make loaves in 1, 1 1/2, and 2-pound sizes. The best part is that the loaves are horizontal!

The Breadman also features bread cycles for super-rapid, 100-percent whole wheat, gluten-free, and more.

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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  • The Fashionable Foodie December 6, 2009, 6:50 pm

    The one complaint I have about our Zojirushi coffee maker is that the #4 filters it recommends are too large to fit under the lid properly. I also think it tends to make stronger coffee then I’m used to, but I compensate by scaling back on the grounds to water ratio.

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