Kitchen Reverly cookbook: Target, $22.50
Anyone who spends time in the kitchen can always appreciate a cookbook. Especially for an aunt and uncle who aren’t familiar with Pinterest.
Holiday Baking Gift Set: Hallmark, $12.50
Sometimes, it’s the little gifts that count. If you’re part of a Secret Santa with coworkers, an inexpensive baking set of a spatulas can brighten any kitchen for the holidays.
Slate Heart Server: Uncommon Goods, $38
If your friends host wine and cheese dates on the reg, this is a great gift. It’s perfect because you can write what cheeses or meat are on the serving platter.
Peppermint Bark: Williams-Sonoma, $23
This is a great gift if you’re going to a party and don’t know what to give the host. They can put out the peppermint bark at the party, or save it for later.
Measuring Spoons: Amazon, $20
Quirky gifts like measuring spoons or cups are great if you have a friend that moved into their first place. Buy kitchen items that suits their personality (i.e. if they’re a cat lover).
Do you have gift ideas for a hostess, coworker or friend who loves entertaining? Make sure to leave a comment below or tweet me @BlissBrunette with the hashtag: #7DaysOfGiftGuides.