25 Gifts for the Disney Foodie under $25 dollars
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The Christmas season really snuck up on me this year, and I’m now scrambling to make sure I have something for everyone on my list. While looking around for a few things, I thought that this list might come in handy for anyone looking for a last minute gift for the Disney foodie/chef on their list. Everything on the list falls just under $25, to try and keep your pocket book from crying. Cause as any Disney fan knows, there are some really awesome things out there, but they have some equally awesome price tags sometimes.
Mini Mickey Waffle Maker – $14.99
If you have a Mickey waffle fan, this would be a great gift. Perfect mini Mickey waffles to remind you of your time in WDW!
Mickey Toaster – $14.99
This is a cute addition to any kitchen, and it toasts the image of a Mickey head on your bread!
Classic Mickey Waffle Maker – $25.99
So technically this one is over the price limit, but it was close enough for me! Its also a repeat, as there is already a wafflemaker on the list, but this is a full size waffle, and I loved the detail of the character!
Collapsable Measuring Cups – $24.50
These are cute, easy to store, and brightly colored. If you have limited space in your kitchen, these would be ideal since they lay flat.
Mickey Measuring Spoons – $19.95
I’m a sucker for the classic Mickey style items, and I think these are adorable.
Mickey “Crushed” Ice Silicon Tray – $14.16
This ice cube tray would make for a really fun, subtle way to incorporate Mickey in your drinks.
Mickey Mug Warmer – $8.99
This is a really cute set that would be perfect on someone’s desk. And you can get Minnie if you’d rather!
Light Up Lightsaber Chopsticks – $17.17
Okay, these are just too cool to leave off. I know Star Wars strays a bit from the rest of the Mickey items, but its still Disney! And who wouldn’t want to eat with chopsticks that look like lightsabers and light up?!
Mickey Egg Ring – $12.20
These are perfect for making your eggs just the right shape to go with your Mickey waffle any morning!
Mickey Aluminum Trivet – $22.85
I bought one of these on a Disney trip years ago, and its still my favorite trivet. Easy to clean, and just fun to have out in the kitchen!
Park Ice Cube Tray – $18.87
This silicone tray makes some of your favorite shapes from a trip to the parks.
Mickey Cookie Cutter Set – $18.78
Who wouldn’t love a cookie in the shape of Mickey or his gloves?
Mickey Hand Coffee Scoop – $17.99
A cute way to measure out your caffeine boost in the mornings!
Mickey Tea Ball – $20.55
Loose leaf tea always tastes better – especially when made in a tea ball with a touch of Mickey!
Mickey Holiday Serving Tray – $14.96
This festive tray is perfect to use for those cookies you know you’re going to consume this Christmas!
Mickey Mouse and Friends Holiday Baking Set – $14.96
Perfect for making cookies with friends and family!
Disney Coaster Set – $24.95
I purchased these coasters on my latest trip to WDW, and I LOVE them. They look beautiful and they remind me of the trip every time I look at them.
Mickey Pepper Mill – $19.95
Grind your pepper or salt with style!
Mickey Wine Stopper – $19.99
I have one of these, and they are cute and really durable. Best wine stopper I’ve owned!
Death Star Teapot/Cup Set – $24.95
I love teapots, and this teapot/cup combination is just pretty awesome.
Mickey Gummi Candy Making Set – $24.95
Bonus: Any Disney Cookbook!
I think all foodies love cookbooks. I know I certainly read them like novels! Most Disney cookbooks fall into the under $25 category, and they are all wonderful!