Don’t you just love giving gifts? It is a wonderful way to create timeless memories. I have put together a Gluten-Free Gift Guide with 15 ideas for the kitchen that are perfect for celebrating those special occasions such as birthdays, Mother’s Day and Christmas!
Over the years, I have received kitchen gifts that I use all the time and no matter how often I use them, I always remember the person who gave it to me and the occasion for which they gave it. My Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer has been one of my all-time favorite gifts from my husband! If you are looking for a special Christmas present that will fit any budget, read on!
Best Gluten-Free Gift Guide
Kitchen Aid Stand Mixer comes in a variety of colors and meets all your mixing needs. It is one of my favorite kitchen tools! I mix everything from whipped cream to pie dough to cakes. I love how this machine allows me to multi-task. I can walk away while it is mixing and do something else while it keeps mixing.
An iPad is a great tool for staying up-to-date with your favorite gluten-free recipe blog (wink, wink), watching baking videos on YouTube, and for displaying recipes while you work in the kitchen.
Amazon Silicone Baking Mats are great for lining cookie sheets. A great alternative to parchment paper, baking mats are reusable and they really do keep cookies from sticking. They make clean up easy and they also help evenly distribute the baking heat so they make it easier to bake perfect cookies every time!
Glass and steel come together in this unique farmhouse looking Dessert Cloche Cake Stand and Cover. A great way to keep layered cakes, cookies and pies fresh!
Sift your dry baking ingredients together with Jacob Bromwell All-American 5-Cup, 4-Wire Crank Sifter. These sifters really make a difference when it comes to keeping the lumps out your gluten-free ingredients. I am still using my grandma’s Jacob Bromwell sifter. Psst, the first crank flour sifter was patented in 1819.
Mixing up gluten-free batters are so much fun in these cute melamine bowls from Cake Boss. In three sizes ranging from small to large, they have a convenient pour spout and handles.
The Vitamix Blender is more than just a blender. The possibilities are endless with this powerhouse kitchen tool. Create delicious beverages, soups, dips, breads, dessert, ice cream, smoothies and even breakfast in it. Our first Vitamix Blender served us for 20 years! It comes with a handy cookbook too!
Surprise her with a gluten-free holiday cookbook!
This adorable floral cotton bib apron, with sweet gingham pockets, is perfect for protecting clothes while cooking. The pockets are deep enough to hold a cell phone!
A retro recipe binder is a cool way to store family recipes. They come with page protectors and recipe cards. If you know someone who collects family recipes, any way to help organize them will be appreciated, and these binders are just too cute!
Cookie Stamps leave beautiful designs in cookies and pastries. For the baker that likes to have fun with cookies and pastries, these are the ticket.
Cakes have a gorgeous design after being baked in a Nordic Ware Bavaria Bundt Pan. I do not have one of these, but doesn’t this look like it would make a fun, yet elegant looking cake?
Moda Home Vintage Style Kitchen Towels are adorable! These 100% cotton towels come in a set of four. They are packaged in a matching cloth envelope. A perfect gift for anyone!
Bakers Twine. Yes, it’s six fancy rolls of string, but in creamy pastel stripes, it is just plain fun.
A retro kitchen scale looks great in a farmhouse kitchen. Not only does it exude charm, it’s functional as well.
Looking for more gift ideas? Your Gluten-Free Cookie Jar has 40 delicious cookie recipes you won’t believe are gluten-free!
I enjoy giving gluten-free baked goods as gifts. Here are just a few of my favorite recipes: