The Best Kitchen and Baking Gifts for Under $10

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Need some inspiration for the best baking gifts for under $10? (Of the items listed below, 25 of 25 of items shipped for free on Amazon when this was posted, so be sure to check out the links below.) If you’re new here, you know I’m passionate about holistic healing from various health issues including endometriosis, leaky gut, sugar addiction, iron deficiency and low thyroid function. Cooking and baking from home provide the best options for clean eating and nutrient dense foods, and some baking items will make your life easier as you spend more time in the kitchen.

You will hardly believe that some of these quality baking items are less than $10. Some of them are priced low for the upcoming holiday season and some are just the best gifts under $10 all the time. Either way, if you are trying to find some good low cost gifts for someone who is getting into making more meals at home, look no further than these kitchen essentials!

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What are the Best Kitchen and Baking Gifts for Under $10?

These are items that you can’t go wrong with especially for someone who is starting to cook more from home. Perfect for yourself or gifts for men or the ladies in your life. Hey, it took me over 10 years to get most of the kitchen and bakeware I need to prepare all of my meals from home. I either have one of these items myself or am won over with its cuteness. You just might find something for yourself this Christmas season.

And yes: the cost for each item listed below is under $10 at the time of this posting. Click the link for the actual price.

Comfort Kitchen Accessories

These gifts may not be the most unique baking gifts in the world but they are pretty important anyways. They do enhance your comfort in the kitchen but I’m pretty sure they are indispensable in their own right.

Anti-fatigue mat

Cord Organizers (8-pack for $9.99)

Rechargeable, Digital Food Scale ($6.99!)

Cooking and Baking Utensils

Will these items go into that one kitchen drawer never to be seen again? No way! Not these items. Why? You’ll be using these everyday, and probably multiple times a day if you’re like me and cook all of your meals from scratch. (Ok, not when I’m batch cooking, but most other times).

I personally recommend multiple sets of some of these items due to the sheer number of uses. My picks for multiples would be kitchen shears, spatulas, measuring cups, and measuring spoons.

Stainless-Steel 3-whisk set (3 for $7.99)

Kitchen Shears

baking gifts for under $10

Pretty straightforward: these can be used to open your food stuffs from its plastic wrapping, to butterfly a chicken (you’ll learn), and to cut greens and other herbs. I have multiple pairs in the kitchen and I use them all daily.

Baking Ceramic Pie Crust Weights ($6.99)

When making your own pie crust from scratch the recipe may call for weights to sit along the bottom while the crust is initially baking in order to prevent air pockets in the dough. These are toxin free, easy to clean and reusable.

Not a fan of baking your own gluten free pie crust?

Gluten-free pie crust (2 for $5.84)

Silicone Baking Mat (17×25 for $4.99!)

These are lovely for making pies, biscuits or anything else where you need/knead to roll out dough prior to baking!

Silicone Bread Pans (3-nested set for $7.99!)

Looking to make some bread? Look no further. These would be lovely for gluten-free zucchini bread, pumpkin bread or almond flour bread.

3-Piece Silicone Baking Mat Sheet (3 for $7.99)

Throw these into the oven sheet and use as a layer for baking cookies, biscuits, or any other food that might get stuck on your baking sheet.

Measuring Cups (Silicone and foldable)

baking gifts for under $10

These measuring cups fold into themselves so they take up less room wherever they are stored. They are also very durable and easy to clean.

Measuring Spoons (Stainless Steel, 6)

baking gifts for under $10

One of my love languages is measuring spoons. You can never have enough when you are making various items.

Baking/Cooking Timer

baking gifts for under $10

Cuisinart Mini Baking Tools – Silicone

baking gifts for under $10

These non-toxic and non-stick utensils are wonderful for any kitchen. And, can you ever have too many spatulas? They’re great for cleaning out the excess in a blender, food processer, mixing bowl and anything else you are transporting.

Silicone Baking Cups (24-pack for $6.29)

baking gifts for under $10

These beautiful reusable silicone baking cups are a dream. Even though I am going gluten-free, dairy-free and sugar-free (usually, but don’t judge my sweettooth now and then) I still like to make desert-like treat for myself or my loved ones. You can even make egg-cups or turkey muffins with these lil guys. Perfect for gifts, too.

Cutter/Chopper/Pastry Scraper, Stainless Steel

baking gifts for under $10

This multi-purpose tool comes in so handy. It can chop, scrap and move dough around.

Baking Tools for Heating and Cooling

Parchment Paper

baking gifts for under $10

Parchment paper changed my life when I discovered it. Maybe I was living with my head in the sand, but if you are too or know someone who is, help a friend out. You put it under whatever it is you are going to bake and it helps with cleanup and stickiness. Total necessity for homemade pizzas.

Cooling Racks (2 pk)

baking gifts for under $10

Cooling racks may be used for cooling things like cookies, but have multiple purposes for your baking needs.

Pie Shield, Silicone


Bird Steam Releasing Tool for Baking/Pies

baking gifts for under $10

Does this little birdie win the cutest thing award or what? I had not heard of this before, but it helps release hot air from a baking pie allowing for more uniform baking. How cool is that?

Baking Dishware

Baking Pan, Stainless Steel, 6in

baking gifts for under $10

Storage Containers

Portable Cake and Cupcake Carrier

baking gifts for under $10

Chances are if your friend needs some baking cups, they may also need a cupcake carrier to bring you lots of treats. It’s nice to have one when you need one.

Baking Condiments

Baking Soda

Is baking soda not the mother of all kitchen products?

Tested by Food Network Kitchen

The Food Network Kitchen is a very popular hub for all things cooking and baking. Interested in learning more? Check out some of their recipes or shows for learning more about the art of a homecooked meal.

A Note on Batch Cooking

I just wanted to mention batch cooking for a minute. Batch cooking is where you make multiple meals at one time and create portions for several days or weeks in advance. Batch cooking can save on time, effort, stress and money if you do it right. If you have a kitchen equipped for the basics especially with these baking gifts for under $10, you’ll be able to do batch cooking and reap the rewards. Do your friends batch cook?

Favorite Recipes for Healing

Looking to make some healthy recipes or help a friend put these baking gifts for under $10 to use? Use these posts as a guide for making new recipes for healing in your kitchen:


Hopefully these baking gifts for under $10 will help your or someone awesome round out their kitchen and make even more delicious meals from scratch at home. I used to be really intimidated with cooking all of my family’s meal from home, and some days it can still feel overwhelming. It can be even more experimenting for family and friends so it can be helpful to become more aware of the tools of the trade out there.

What’s your favorite baking item or gadget?

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