14 Mother’s Day Gifts for Moms Who Love to Cook
From old family recipes to new recipes, this Mother’s Day gift guide is for the mom who’s always firing up something in the kitchen. Show your gratitude for all those home-cooked meals by treating the mother in your life to gift that she will enjoy while doing what she loves most.
Ahead are fourteen of the best gifts for the mom who loves to cook. Bon appétit!
Emile Henry Pizza Stone Gift Set - Williams-Sonoma, $99
They’ll love the chance to turn pizza night into a true culinary experience, thanks to this pizza stone gift set that promises perfectly golden, restaurant-quality crusts.
Gingko Flatware Golden Eagle 9 inch Chef's Knife - Nordstrom, $100
Any passionate cook would be pleased to unwrap this stunning chef’s knife, complete with gorgeous brass detailing and Bubinga wood handle. Plus, it’s chip-proof and seamlessly tempered, making it a breeze to resharpen.
Thermo Beechwood Large Cutting Board - Williams-Sonoma, $329
This beechwood cutting board is specially treated so that it won’t warp or shrink from water. In other words, it’s super durable and great for long-term use.
Staub Essential Oven, 3.75 qt - Sur La Table, $180-200
Thanks to its versatility and proficiency in the kitchen, there’s not a chef on earth that doesn’t dream of owning a classic dutch oven. Your loved ones will be beside themselves with the cooking possibilities.
Plant Lab Cookbook - Amazon, $25
Perfect for the adventurous vegan chef, this cookbook provides inspiration and recipes for meals that look as good as they taste. The recipes get more advanced throughout, so they’ll never be without a challenge!
Minimalist Baker's Everyday Cooking (Plant-based and mostly gluten-free) - Amazon, $20
Not only is every recipe in this cookbook incredibly delicious, but they’re all entirely plant-based, call for fewer than10 ingredients, and can be made in 30 minutes or less in just one pot. Any mama in the world can attest to the value of more time and less me
Copper Salt + Pepper Holder - Terrain, $32
Proof that even the simplest kitchen tools can look luxurious, this gift is the perfect way to make an everyday task something extra special.
Cusinart Compact Air Fryer - Williams-Sonoma, $99.95
Air fryers have been all the rage this last year, and for good reason. From the most mouth-watering Brussel sprouts to cauliflower tacos, there’s not a lot that DOESN’T taste better coming from an air fryer.
Magic Linen Bib Apron - Verishop, $36
This soft, stonewashed linen apron remains perfectly comfortable while protecting clothes from baking calamities or spilled oils.
Swissmar Cheese Fondue Set - Amazon, $85
This cheese fondue set from Amazon has stellar reviews that call out its even heat distribution and dual-function burner. Picture your loved one serving up homemade fondue on a chilly evening around the table with family and friends.
Personalized Recipe Box - Etsy, $50+
Personalized gifts always let the recipient know that you truly had them in mind, making this recipe box a foolproof gift. Add a beloved family recipe of your own (like your grandma’s famous chocolate chip cookies) to make it extra thoughtful.
Le Creuset Multi-Function Pan - Sur La Table, $199
This multi-functional pan has a lid that doubles as a skillet, making it a dynamic and practical gift. Plus, it comes in a variety of fun colors to suit your recipient’s personality.
Grown Alchemist Hand Duet - Net-A-Porter, $89
This luxurious hand soap and balm duo is perfect for someone who clocks a lot of time chopping vegetables and washing dishes. The scent is heavenly and the bottles double as decor displayed next to a kitchen sink.
Echo Show 8 - Amazon, $229.99
Alexa is basically the perfect sous chef thanks to her ability to quickly scour the internet for recipes, measurement conversions, and, perhaps most importantly, provide a killer cooking playlist at the drop of a hat.