The holidays are officially upon us and we're all rushing around getting last minute gifts for friends and family. The ongoing questions of: "What do I get them?" and "Will they like it?" permeate throughout these last few weeks of the season. For all the foodies in your life, whether they're bakers or recipe obsessives, look no further than this gift guide. 

1. Cactus Cookie Cutters 

The holiday season is basically a solid month of cookie consumption. Buy these five unique cactus cookie cutters for the baker in your life. Find them here for only $14.

2. Georgetown Cupcakes Holiday Assortment

Gift a sweet treat this holiday season with Georgetown Cupcakes! Flavors like “Snowy Vanilla,” “Reindeer Munch Crunch,” and “Mrs. Claus’ Cocoa” are sure to put you in the Christmas mood. Better yet, you can mail a box of these special cupcakes to your friends and family across the country with a special note! Visit the site to view all the holiday flavors as well as shipping information.

3. The Noma Guide to Fermentation

This special book contains everything you need to know about fermentation–from equipment guides and recipes to the history and “whys” of the fermentation process. The perfect gift for your gastronomy-oriented chefy friends, especially those who binge-watch 'It’s Alive' with Brad from Bon Appetit, this book will equip them to make their own kombucha, miso, vinegar, and more.

4. Vintage Compost Bin

Sustainability is the biggest trend nowadays, and we are living for it! Who knew a compost bin could look this good? It definitely won’t be an eyesore in the kitchen: this sturdy bin comes in baby blue and vintage cream. Collect your food scraps in style!

5. Agate Cheese Board

Cheese boards–just dull rectangles of wood to hold your cheese and prosciutto? Not any more! This beautiful agate cheese board comes in five elegant colors and will definitely impress guests at your next dinner party. Beautiful as both a cheese plate or room decor. We love versatility!

6. Tico’s Whoopies

Jaime Wilson

There’s nothing like a chocolate whoopie pie to bring back childhood memories of moist chocolate cake filled with sweet vanilla creme. Tico’s Whoopies come in a variety of flavors, like chocolate, peanut butter, and red velvet. Plus, the bakers at Tico’s use only the best ingredients: fresh buttermilk, local eggs, and European chocolate. These scrumptious whoopies are sure to leave you satisfied. Sign up for the mailing list and get $5 off your first order!

7. The Food Lab by J. Kenji Lopez-Alt

This book is a personal favorite of mine. Although baking is more within my comfort zone, this science-based cookbook helped me expand my knowledge of cooking from just following recipes to truly understanding the best ways to create delicious food. An easy read, full of photographs and step-by-step instructions, The Food Lab is truly a special book that provides just enough science, while still making sense for the home cook.

8. Food Socks

Who wouldn’t like a pair of playful food-themed socks? Sushi, eggs and bacon, tacos, gingerbread men–the choices are endless. Chef or not, every food lover is sure to get a kick out of these fun socks.

9. Mason Jar Ceramic Kitchenware

This set includes a ceramic spoon rest, measuring cups, and measuring spoons in an aqua color. They would be the perfect addition to any kitchen. Colorful, playful, and unique, this vintage kitchenware would brighten up any set of dull kitchen utensils.

10. Pineapple Candle

Let's be real–we're all tired of receiving boring candles as holiday gifts that nobody really wants. You can change that with this special, quirky gift for a candle lover in your life. Summer doesn’t have to end if you have this white and gold, uber trendy pineapple candle.