Christmas Kitchen Essentials

From cooking a traditional Christmas dinner, to baking gingerbread cookies as a family, the holidays are a time when you spend extra time in the kitchen. We’ve compiled a few of our favourite festive kitchen essentials that will have you feeling the Christmas spirit!

SHOP THE ITEMS:
1. Christmas Tree Towels (set of 3)

The perfect modern kitchen towel to hang from your oven door handle as a decoration. Available, here.

2. Penguin Oven Mitts
This cute oven mitt is sure it put a smile on children’s face when see it being used in the kitchen. Available, here.

3. Holly Kitchen Towels (set of 3)
Make drying dishes more fun by using festive holly towels. Available, here.

4. Geo Christmas Oven Mitts
Protect your hands while removing those baked treats from the oven with this set of Christmas tree oven mitts. Available, here.

5. Set of 4 Silhouette Mugs
Offer your family a mug of hot chocolate in a Christmas themed mug while you make your holiday treats. Available, here.

6. 3D Cookie Cutter House
Kick your traditional gingerbread house up a notch with this cookie cutter set. Available, here.

7. Holiday Apron
Protect your clothes from getting flour and sugar on them while you cook with this stylish apron. Available, here.

8. Sophie Conran Christmas Footed Cake Plate
Display your baked sweet treats on this Christmas themed cake platter. Available, here.

9. Glen Lodge Stag Collection Glasses
Pour your guests a holiday drink while they join you in the kitchen this holiday season. Available, here.

10. KitchenAid Footed Mixer
A complete solution to all of your whipping/beating/mixing needs. Available, here.

11. Ricardo 5 Piece Cookie Stamp Set
These 4 bilingual reversible silicone cookie stamps are fun to have in your kitchen while baking cookies. Seal each cookie with a stamp to add a personal touch. Available, here.

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Stephanie White

Stephanie is a home decorating and DIY blogger and a contributing author for LC Living. She also authors her home blog Two Zero One, and is a self-proclaimed Pinterest addict who adores following the latest design trends and tackling any do it yourself project no matter how large always with a coffee in hand.

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