5 of the Best Kitchen Gifts to Buy at Costco (They’re All $135 or Less)

published Nov 17, 2021
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Wouldn’t it be great if you could buy all the ingredients you needed in order to make your holiday dinner and a bunch of gifts for the people on your Nice List — all at the same time, during the same shopping trip? Well, if you’re a Costco member, you absolutely can! (You can even pick up a pizza for dinner tonight while you’re at it.)

The warehouse store is known for its extremely fair prices on bulk items, but the deals don’t end there. Costco also has very reasonable prices on gift-able kitchen gear — usually the exact same models (or something very close) that you’d find elsewhere with a bigger tag. What should you throw in your cart, along with your 36 cups of applesauce and bulk pecans? I’ll tell you!

I’ve browsed the aisles and compared the prices: These are five of the best gifts to pick up at Costco for your favorite home cooks.

Note: The prices listed are for prices in stores and may be higher online.

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1. 6-Quart Instant Pot Duo Gourmet

Just $80 for a six-quart Instant Pot? That’s a ridiculous price! And this isn’t just any Instant Pot: The Duo Gourmet has 15 smart programs, which can be customized. It can slow-cook, sauté, sous-vide, make rice, and more. I love this for anyone on your list who has been holding out on on getting an Instant Pot.

Buy: 6-Quart Instant Pot Duo Gourmet, $80

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2. Keurig K-Supreme Plus Coffee Maker

The K-Supreme Plus is pretty amazing for lots of reasons, but the one that makes it all worth it for me is that it has an iced coffee option. It also has three strength options, three temperature options, and five cup sizes. What makes it especially great for gifting: The water reservoir can be attached in two different positions, depending on the available counter space. Plus, the stainless steel exterior is nice and sleek.

Buy: Keurig K-Supreme Plus Coffee Maker, $135 

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3. Sabatier 10-Piece Cutlery Set

I already bought this set for my brother, who is getting his own place this year, and I can’t wait to give it to him. I think this is one of the best buys from Costco this year if you’re on a budget and in the market for a high-end kitchen gift. The block is high-quality acacia wood and features a built-in knife sharper that’s incredibly easy to use. For what it’s worth, this set is also one of the best-rated knife sets on Costco.com. Just make sure you send this link to the gift recipient!

Buy: Sabatier 10-Piece Cutlery Set, $55

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4. Nutribullet Blender and Personal Cup Combo Set

I gifted this to my stepdad last year who was (and still is!) really into making smoothies. What he loves the most about the set is that he can use either the personal cup or the larger pitcher. This Nutribullet model can make smoothies, mixed drinks, whole-food juices, hummus and other dips, baby food, nut butter spreads, and more!

Buy: Nutribullet Blender and Personal Cup Combo Set, $100

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5. KitchenAid 9-Cup Food Professional Food Processor

If you want a heavy-duty food processor to gift to someone (or yourself!), this KitchenAid model is a winner. I have this model at home in a different color and just love it. It takes up very little space on the counter and works like a dream. Like all KitchenAid small appliances, it’s nice to look at, too!

Buy: KitchenAid 9-Cup Food Professional Food Processor, $100

Are you giving anyone a kitchen item from Costco this year? What’s your top picks?