Last updated on January 27th, 2020.
You love your friends and family, but you’re not made of money, right? Here are 10 Foodie Gift Ideas for Under $10.
Below are gifts that I either have, have given to people, or secretly wish someone would give me so I don’t have to buy them for myself!
If you are looking for more than stocking stuffers, make sure you take a look at my Gift Guide for Foodies who Love to Cook.
10 Gifts for Foodies Under $10
This amazingly fragrant, delicious flavored salt is made with actual pieces of truffle mushrooms instead of artificial flavors. Use it as a finishing salt for savory dishes, such as pastas or risottos.
Drizzle it on chicken, pork, salads, bruschetta, and caprese salads. The sweet and savory tang is absolutely addicting.
Everything Bagel Seasoning
This Everything Bagel Seasoning should go on everything.
Anything from Brandless
Yes, literally anything from their site. All their products are $3 and they have a ton of kitchen and pantry essentials. From snacks to ingredients to kitchen utensils. All their products are ethically sourced, free of harmful ingredients, and most are organic. I’m a huge fan.
They offer free shipping with a $39 order and often throw in free goodies, so you can even get something for yourself after buying something for all your foodie friends. Use this link to get $6 off your order.
Have you ever smelled elderflowers? They smell amazing. Use a few drops of this essence in baked goods, frostings, mocktails, and mixed drinks. By the way, gin and elderflower essence play nicely together 😉 .
Real Legit Worcestershire Sauce
You had no idea that most of the cheap stuff in the store is just corn syrup and coloring, did you? The real stuff makes all the difference for flavoring your dishes and is still super affordable.
Reusable Grocery Store Bags
Show up to the farmer’s market in style.
Reusable Drinking Straws
Sticking to this whole ‘green’ theme. Reusable straws are a must, because we all care about sea turtles.
Coffee Brew Mug
So they can stay caffeinated anywhere.
Drizzle it on toast, use it to sweeten your iced tea.
Can’t find what you’re looking for?? Take a look at the Gift Guide for Foodies Who Love to Cook.