Some pricey food gifts (like an $800 knife) are totally worth it, but that doesn’t mean more affordable options are any less desirable. Here, 26 food gifts under $25, as chosen by food writer Marisel Salazar, a member of the PureWow Coterie.

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A Box of Truffles

These beauties—which are Ayurvedic-inspired—are beautiful, delicious and dairy-free.

Elements Truffles ($12)

Slay Ride Coffee

This seasonal blend has candied citrus and notes of black tea.

Stumptown ($18)

Bone Broth

Cute packaging aside, this California-based company makes delicious broths for a variety of diets (including vegan, gluten-free and paleo).

Brothee ($14)

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A Copper Cookie Sheet

This nonstick beauty from is too pretty to keep in the cupboards.

AirBake ($15)

Pumpkin Seed Butter

Fall’s over, but pumpkin-flavored things are forever.

Sakara Life ($21)

Collagen Peptides

This easy-to-mix powder is great for balancing all of those holiday indulgences.

Vital Proteins ($25)

A Coffee and Spice Grinder

This affordable gadget works for morning coffee beans as well as chia seeds (for pudding), flax seed (for salads) and more.

Krups ($20)

New York Bagels

For anyone who craves a taste of NYC, the famed Russ & Daughters delivers a dozen bagels right to your door.

Russ & Daughters ($12)


These little packets make getting your matcha fix beyond easy.

Panatea ($20)

Gochujang Sriracha

It’ll be their new secret ingredient.

Bushwick Kitchen ($10)

Levain Bakery Cookies

OK, these are technically a little over $25, but they’re totally worth it.

Levain Bakery ($27)

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A Bottle of Sangiovese

Smooth and approachable, this Santa Cristina 2015 Rosso Toscana is perfect for holiday gifting, and is chock-full of cherry, plum and spice. Yum.

Santa Cristina by Antinori ($13)

A Clever Coffee Dripper

Friends don’t let friends settle for subpar coffee.

Coffee Shrub ($16)

Pizza Dough

This delicious dough is made with guilt-free ingredients like almond flour, flax meal and cauliflower.

Simple Mills ($8)

A Mexican Cheese-Making Kit

Everything you need to transform everyday milk into authentic Oaxacan quesillo (like Mexican string-cheese), queso fresco and queso panela.

FarmSteady ($25)

A Milk Frother

This little tool takes at-home coffee from good to great.

Aerolatte ($16)

A Nordic Mug

Nothing upgrades a cup of tea like drinking it from an elegant glass mug.

David’s Tea ($23)

Peanut Butter Perfect Bars

The most delicious stocking stuffers.

Perfect Bar ($24)


These Xocolatl Mole bitters (with cacao, cinnamon and spice) are perfect for darker liquors.

Bittermens ($18)

Sparkling Wine

Laurens Brut Cremant de Limoux drinks like a flashy Champagne…no one needs to know it’s a third of the price.

K&L Wine Merchants ($14)

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A Crock-Pot

If they don’t have one, they need one.

Crock-Pot ($24)

Smoked Salmon

Gift this as a subtle hint for them to invite you to brunch.

SeaBear ($25)

A Glass Water Bottle

Hydrate in style.  

Contigo ($18)

A 6-Pack of Kombucha

This seasonal “Holiday Cheers” flavor has notes of ginger, cloves, allspice and chocolate.

Health-Ade ($24)

A Kimchi-Making Kit

They know kimchi. They love kimchi. Now they can make kimchi.

Mother in Law’s ($25)

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La Colombe

Draft Lattes

The next-best thing to an in-home barista.

La Colombe ($12)

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