30 gift ideas for people who hate to cook

It’s Still not too Late to get your Christmas Shopping Done

When shopping for friends who hate to cook, there are two things to keep in mind:

1. They’ll want gifts that allow them to cook less.

2. They won’t want gifts that make cooking easier, because they’ll still have to cook.

However, we think the latter is good for them. Everyone should be able to whip a little something up in the kitchen.

Here are 30 gift ideas for that special someone in your life who would rather do anything than cook.

Gadgets

1. Countertop Dishwasher

Image: target

Price: $229.99

Cleaning up can be even worse than cooking.

2. Breakfast Sandwich Maker

Image: amazon

Price: $24.99

Minimal effort required.

3. Microwave

Image: target

Price: $49.99

To heat up leftovers, of course.

4. Clear View Toaster

Image: amazon

Price: $49.99

Never burn toast again.

5. Rice Cooker/Food Steamer

Image: amazon

Price: $29.00

Much easier than boiling water, straining the rice, et cetera…

6. Snoopy Grilled Cheese Maker

Image: lakeside

Price: $24.98

No cooking required. Just pop some bread and cheese inside.

7. Slow Cooker

Image: target

Price: $29.99

Just throw in a bunch of ingredients and walk away.

8. Lockitron

Image: Lockitron

Price: Starts at $99.00

Lockitron is a lock that gets installed on a front door and is controlled by their app. Your friend who orders takeout all the time can stay on the couch and use their phone to unlock the door for the Seamless delivery person.

9. Food Dehydrator

Image: amazon

Price: $58.49

Make zero-effort jerky and dried fruits in just a few hours.

Miscellaneous Kitchen Stuff

10. Fun Tupperware

Price: $7.99 for three

Get excited about storing leftovers by using stylish containers.

11. Beauty Clean Kitchen Gloves

Image: fred

Price: $12.00

Make the reluctant cook’s dishwashing experience a little more glamorous.

12. Chinese Takeout Box Candle

Image: amazon

Price: $19.61

The person who hates to cook loves takeout. Celebrate that with takeout box-shaped candles.

13. The Mug with a Hoop

Image: uncommongoods

Price: $24.00

Your friend who dislikes cooking probably eats cereal a lot so an interactive bowl might make that a little more fun.

14. The Never Soggy Cereal Bowl

Image: amazon

Price: $18.87

And if they don’t like cereal getting soggy, this bowl will keep cereal and milk separate until the moment of consumption.

15. “Fork It Let’s Get Takeout” Box

Image: amazon

Price: From $18.79

To store their overflowing pile of takeout menus.

16. Stainless Steel Bread Box

Image: uncommongoods

Price: $75.00

Keep bread fresher longer so they don’t have to go to the grocery store for more.

17. Pretty Dish Soap Dispenser

Image: etsy

Price: $29.99

Again, washing dishes is even worse than cooking.

18. Decorative Wooden Stove Top Cover

Image: lakeside

Price: $24.98

They rarely use their stove anyway. May as well create some extra counter space.

Food

19. Hot Pockets

Image: hot pockets

Price: Varying

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20. Italian Black Truffle Salt

Image: uncommongoods

Price: $39.95

For those times your friend does attempt to cook and it turns out bland let them spice it up with some fancy-ass salt.

21. Eggo Waffles

Image: eggo

Price: Varying

Bring our your friend’s inner Eleven with the easiest way to make waffles there ever was.

Guides

22. Ina Garten’s Cooking for Jeffrey

Price: $35.00 for a signed copy

All their friends who actually like to cook will be impressed.

23.The Can’t Cook Book: Recipes for the Absolutely Terrified!

Image: amazon

Price: $16.99

How to cook, for those who think they can’t.

24. All Out Of Pad

Image: amazon

Price: $9.59

Teaching your pal to love grocery shopping may make them eventually get into cooking.

25. How to Boil Water

Price: $16.63

Cooking for beginners.

Experiential Gifts

26. MealPal Membership

Image: mealpal

Price: $5.99/meal or $6.39/meal

If your friend lives in DC, New York, Miami, San Francisco, Boston or Chicago, treat them to a MealPal subscription, which allows them to pick up a prepaid lunch from thousands of restaurants in their city.

27. Blue Apron Gift Card

Image: blue apron

Price: Starts at $9.99/meal

Blue Apron mails you the exact amount of ingredients needed to cook a meal so nothing goes to waste, and there are way less dishes to clean up.

28. Seamless Gift Card

Image: seamless

Price: $10 minimum

Or just let them give in to take out.

29. Cooking Classes at Sur la Table

Image: Sur la Table

Price: Varying

Even if they still hate cooking, at least they’ll be good at it now.

30. Costco Membership

Image: costco

Price: $55.00/year or $110.00/year

So they can go in and eat the free samples.

Read more: http://mashable.com/2016/11/21/gifts-people-hate-cooking/

 

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