These days wedding registries have all sorts of interesting requests, from honeymoon contributions, to furniture, to luggage. Fewer and fewer couples are registering for fine china, crystal, and expensive silverware. But just because some of the traditional kitchen items are losing popularity, doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t consider kitchen-related gifts when you’re shopping for a wedding shower.
We’re taking it back to the basics today, sharing a list of go-to kitchen tools and gadgets that would make perfect gifts for newlyweds.
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This digital meat thermometer is a must-have kitchen item, especially for someone new to cooking. In just a couple of seconds your newlyweds will know if their dinner is safe to consume or if it needs to cook longer. Buy it here.
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A cast iron skillet is one of the most versatile items you can have in your kitchen. With this one tool, your newlyweds will be able to try recipes for breakfast all the way through dessert. Buy it here.
3. Lodge Dutch Oven, from Target
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Similar to a cast iron skillet, Dutch ovens can be used for a variety of recipes. Your newlyweds can sear, simmer, bake, boil, and more – all with this one item! Buy it here.
4. Kitchen Linens, from Pier1
Every kitchen needs a little bit of fun or color. Help your newlyweds show their personalities with dish towels, placemats, tablecloths, napkins – even aprons! These little accents add just the right amount of detail to any room. Buy them here.
5. How to Cook Everything by Mark Bittman, from Amazon
This book is the best resource when it comes to making, well, everything. The instructions are easy to follow, the food is delicious, and the recipes are plentiful – your newlyweds will be prepared to feed their guests for any occasion. Buy it here.
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We also want to make sure that your newlyweds have their essentials covered. Give them a gift basket with everything a kitchen should have (and a few extras!), including measuring spoons, measuring cups, a pizza cutter, tongs, a grater, a peeler, a corkscrew, a rolling pin, English Muffin rings, biscuit cutters, a set of corn cob holders, and a miniature masher.
With these ideas, you should be all set for your next wedding shower – and the newlyweds should be ready to get into the kitchen. If you have other kitchen-related gift ideas, share them on our Facebook page!