The 12 Most Giftable Home Finds from Amazon’s Early Holiday Deals

published Oct 18, 2021
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Amazon has launched its early holiday deals well before we’ve even hit November. While it’s likely an effort to get ahead of shipping delays, which are currently a thing but are expected to worsen as we near the new year, we’re going to consider it an early gift to us and our readers. Amazon has made it easier than ever to plan ahead and stock up on holiday gifts by rolling out a number of kitchen and home essentials, many from brands we already know, love, and recommend like Instant Pot, Nest, and Cuisinart. Keep scrolling to shop our favorites from Amazon’s newly launched early holiday deals.

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was $149.99

This 100 percent cotton comforter and sham set has all you need to stay comfy all winter long. The chic, nautical design nods to the spring to come and is both sporty and elegant, allowing it to work in a range of bedroom types for different people.

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was $445.31

This professional-grade blender will emulsify whatever you need quicker, at higher speeds, and at less risk of getting overworked than doing so by hand. If you love smoothies, acai bowls, and soups but your blender takes way too long to deliver, you'll appreciate the beauty and power of this Blendtec machine.

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was $229.99

This Toshiba tool does it all — it's literally a 13-in-1. Bake cookies, toast bread, air-fry potatoes, proof dough, dehydrate fruit, roast, warm, broil...the list goes on. If you're low on free space at home or are looking to gift someone moving into a new place (espeically their first place!), the Toshiba Convection Oven is the present to beat.

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was $44.00

NEST candles are among the highest-quality on Amazon, and they're now a part of the site's early holiday deals. From seasonal scents to fresh and floral year-round ones, NEST candles are popular for a reason, and if you haven't already, it's worth discovering why (or giving the opportunity to to someone else).

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was $129.99

What can't an Instant Pot do? If you're the last remaining in your family or friend group to be gifted an Instant Pot — one of the most popular presents for kitchen pros and novices alike — then it's time to grab one for yourself. But if you know someone who might need to make an entire cheescake in 15-minutes or loves a good homemade shakshuka — also in 15-minutes — giving an Instant Pot is probably the way to go.

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was $59.99

Bialetti's Moka pots have been bringing perfectly brewed espresso to our stovetops for decades, but the label's Brikka model turns that classic, dark espresso into a thicker, creamier version. If you've had your reliable, old-school Bialetti for years and want to give it a sibling (or if you've got a friend or family member who's obsessed with their coffee routine and bringing out the best in their beans), the Brikka makes a great gift to give or receive.

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was $18.99

However you like your eggs — poached, soft or hard boiled, scrambled, or as an omelet — our favorite little egg cooker can do all the work for you. As far as tools go, this Dash egg cooker makes cooking genuinely easy, fast, and consistent, and it's already 15 percent off.

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was $48.99

We've probably talked about these containers too many times already, but we're not about to stop. The Rubbermaid Brilliance storage containers' unique clamping locks keep food fresh, whether they're housing baking ingredients, hot leftovers, or meal-prepped veggies. This set of three (16 cups, 12 cups, and just under 8 cups) is shatter resistant, BPA free, dishwasher safe, and a Kitchn Essential.

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was $52.99

Get your pizza party on — or give someone the ability to host their own — with this Honey Can Do Pizza Stone. Its ceramic surface conducts heat to mimic wood-fired pizza with just a home oven. A great gift for practiced or aspiring home chefs, this pizza stone is a score, especially as an early Amazon holiday deal.

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was $13.99

As it turns out, measuring cups aren't actually all that accurate when it comes to prepping ingredients for cooking and (especially) baking. Everyone packs one cup of flour differently, so weight is the only sure way to accurately follow or develop a recipe. Ahead of baking season, it's time to grab a precision food scale, like this easy-to-read digital one from Etekcity.

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was $84.00

Tramontina's Italian-made frying pan has a handle that's designed to be comfortable and stay cool, and it features a PFOA-, PTFE-, lead-, and cadmium-free ceramic nonstick interior. Unlike many others of its kind, though, it's dishwasher safe. It's also oven safe up to 350 degrees, so finishing off a couple of steaks and cleaning up easily is actually possible.

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was $71.00

Vacuum-sealing food for freezing, storing, or traveling is the most space-efficient way to repackage everything from meat to beans to leftovers. This kitchen tool will become your favorite home cook's new favorite gadget (and maybe you'll get some vacuum-sealed cookies in return ... ).

This post originally appeared on Kitchn. See it here: The 10 Most Giftable Kitchen Finds from Amazon’s Early Holiday Deals