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11 Gift Ideas For Moms Who Love to Cook (Or Bake!)

Does your mom love pinning amazing casseroles on Pinterest? Does she experiment with new ways to sneak zucchini or avocados into brownies? If there’s nothing she enjoys more than making her famous blueberry muffins on Saturday mornings, then this is the gift guide just for her.

1. Stoneware Baking Dish

Give mom an elegant, contemporary dish that looks good on display in the kitchen or on the dining room table. The graystone-glazed stoneware will make her favorite recipes look like they came right out of a glamorous food magazine. Soneware builds up a nonstick seasoning over time, so the more she uses it, the better it cooks. This baker will give cooks consistent results with everything from cakes to casseroles and keeps cleanup duty simple, too.

Rectangular Baker

2. Egg Cooker

Help mom get a fast, healthy protein boost for breakfast or anytime. In minutes, she can make either a basic omelet or add in extras like veggies, cheese, or bacon. This egg cooker is also awesome for oatmeal, a quick chocolate cake or a blueberry lemon muffin.

Ceramic Egg Cooker

3. Shallow Baker

The unique shape and clean design of this stoneware baker will let mom take any meal right from the oven to the table for a stunning presentation. She’ll love the fact she won’t have to dirty another dish.

Shallow Baker

4. Cold Brew Pitcher

Cold brew coffee is smoother and richer than coffee that’s brewed in a traditional coffee maker. It’s also fantastic to have on hand as warm spring days turn into hot summer days. This Cold Brew Pitcher not only makes coffee exactly to your taste, it also stores drinks for up to a week. Is your mom not a coffee drinker? The pitcher has an interchangeable insert for brewing tea, too!

Cold Brew Pitcher

5. Silicone Baking Mat

This two-sided mat takes all the fuss out of spacing cookies on a baking sheet. One side fits small and medium-sized cookies, the other side works for spacing larger ones. No more watching cookies melt together into a mega cookie (well…that’s not always a bad thing!) or struggling to pop them off the cookie sheet.

Reversible Silicone Baking Mat

6. Vegetable Slicer

This a cool kitchen tool every busy mom needs. It slices food in seconds. Line up tomatoes, mushrooms, avocados, hard-boiled eggs—even mozzarella, then slice, slice, slice! Salads done! This is one you’ve got to see in action.

7. Scoop & Spread

Three tools in one, this is like the Swiss-army-knife of the kitchen. It lets you scoop condiments out of a jar and spread them smoothly and slices through toast and bagels with ease. Your mom won’t know what she did before she had this. It can scoop out every last bit out of almost any condiment bottle, even those odd-shaped ones that always seem to have curves or edges a regular knife just can’t quite reach. This is another item that makes a sweet gift topper. Why not tie it with a bow to a jar of her favorite flavor jam?

Scoop & Spread

8. Wine Bottle Opener

When she can open a bottle of wine in under 15 seconds, your mom will wow all her friends with this gift. They’ll all want this Wine Bottle Opener, too. It includes a foil cutter, so no more struggling with peeling back the foil and tearing it. With a push of a button—wine is ready! Recharges quickly through a USB or wall outlet.

Electric Wine Opener

9. Serving Tray

The ultimate entertaining piece, especially for moms always on the go. This serving tray comes with two reversible cooling inserts that keep dips, salads, fruit, and veggies cool for 4-6 hours. Each insert has 12 wells for deviled eggs. Clear inner trays let mom customize her tray to whatever event she’s planning. Big, beautiful salad with no tray dividers—check. A veggie platter with homemade onion dip—check. A half veggie/half fruit tray—check. A whole tray of her crowd-pleasing deviled eggs—check. A burger bar toppings tray—check. Sky’s the limit.

Cool & Serve Tray

10. Small Ridged Baker

Mom will get the same great cooking results she gets from all Pampered Chef stoneware, but with the added benefit of a raised surface. The ridges keep juices, fats, and excess water off whatever is being cooked—from bacon and meatballs to steamed veggies to chicken tenders. Great meals together as a family will get even better.

Small Ridged Baker

11. Batter Bowl

Not only is this a practical kitchen tool for under $20, but you can dress it up as sweet gift for Mother’s Day. Fill it with her favorite candies, or layer it with ingredients for her favorite dessert or pancake mix. (Bonus—you can make the recipe together as a family!) The lid and handle make it easy to decorate with a ribbon—maybe tie on a Batter Scraper with a gift tag!

Classic Batter Bowl

Are none of these gifts quite right for your mom? Check out our gifting page for her for more great Mother’s Day gift ideas.


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This post was originally published on April 14, 2016, and has been updated.

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13 Responses to 11 Gift Ideas For Moms Who Love to Cook (Or Bake!)

  1. Nancy Dubbs-Morris April 16, 2016 at 11:34 pm #

    I am long time customer with just a comment for a product addition – I have VERY limited cupboard space, I can only fit 1 spice turn around in but I have more PC spices than it holds so I stack extra’s on top & around. I would love to see you develop another ring to set atop the outer ring of the current rack. If the center was left open, the tall bottles of spice would be there, then the 2nd ring could set atop the small bottles but allow a 2nd layer that could be lifted up or off the rack as needed. That way I could keep my many spices from falling out when I am searching for one or just turning the rack. Would make my cooking more enjoyable!

    • Laura Avery April 19, 2016 at 10:08 pm #

      That is a great idea! I will pass it on!

    • Cheryl December 17, 2016 at 12:14 pm #

      I am commenting on the parchment paper
      It is nearly impossible to take off of the roll because of the no cutting edge……

      Never will buy again…..

  2. Debi Kelland April 18, 2016 at 3:21 pm #

    Love love love my batter bowls. I use them all the time for also storing leftover soup etc.

    • Candace Kirkham April 23, 2016 at 3:44 pm #

      Those are fabulous! I love them as well! Have you ever tried the leak proof glass containers? My husband bought me one as a gift because I eat leftovers and salads a lot. They keep everything fresh for the longest time!

  3. Debbie April 19, 2016 at 3:51 am #

    I have most of these items in my kitchen and I love all of them. I’m adding the batter mixing bowl and the rigid baker to my wish list.

  4. ada April 19, 2016 at 9:58 pm #

    Love my measuring cup, measuring bowls

    • Michelle reed May 9, 2016 at 10:20 am #

      I have the smaller one. LOVE IT. Want the big one. Lol

  5. Kathy Oberst April 24, 2016 at 5:28 am #

    Could you please come up with a mini cheesecake pan I have many recipes for little cheesecakes but no pan. Love my pampered chef products!

  6. Mona schiebrl April 25, 2016 at 10:19 pm #

    I was the first pampered chef in staten island in 1992. I still have and use everything from back then. My favorite are my stones

    • Michele McKay April 27, 2016 at 12:56 am #

      The stones are so wonderful! I have been coming up with reasons to cook with them and my food always comes out perfect!

  7. Nanette Walker Smith April 29, 2016 at 9:44 pm #

    Would love to see the stoneware 4x loaf pan come back, especially nearer the holidays. I have had several requests for it for folks that like to bake for people but prefer the smaller loaves instead of the large loaf.

  8. BC Carp January 3, 2017 at 11:46 am #

    I purchased the large and small batter bowls a few years ago and loved them. I purchased another set and the “new design” is HORRIBLE. The handles are too small, the lids are ill fitting and the glass is cheap. Wish I hadn’t given away my old set. I also purchased the large cutting board with the “juice catcher” and it warped..but sadly it is now outside the one year warranty. Used to love pampered chef but items are now becoming poorly made. Sad.

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