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Earlier this week I shared two posts for making your own holiday gifts. Check this post to find 30 edible Paleo gift ideas and check this post to find 30 body and skincare DIY gift ideas. I figured some of you are not DIY-ers! So, I’ve also compiled some of my favorite Paleo and healthy-living items for you.
These are all products I use (and LOVE) in my house and ones that I gift regularly. I always gift health-focused items. I am just annoying like that. 🙂 … But, I think my friends and family like it. At least that’s what they tell me 😉
Some of these items can be found at your local kitchen store or local health-food store. I am all about shopping local whenever possible. You can also click on the images below to view the products on Amazon.
I gift this to all the healthy eaters in my life. It’s such a fun one! We use ours all the time to make all types of noodles – sweet potato, beets, zucchini.
This is the perfect gift for the smoothie drinker in your life. We love the NutriBullet because unlike a juicer, it pulverizes fruits and vegetables, so you get all the nutrients, not just the juice!
I didn’t know I needed this gift until it arrived on my doorstep and now it’s one of the most cherished and used items in my kitchen. We stir-fry everything in it. It’s nice and big, so we are able to cook in much larger batches. Leftovers, anyone? You an also use it to deep fry. We occasionally make sweet potato chips in this! It’s such a fun gift because everyone has a skillet, but most people don’t own a wok.
Anyone that likes to cook, even just a little bit, needs this in their kitchen. Use it to make soups, mashes, 30 second mayo, 30 second whipped cream and much more. It’s so much more convenient than transferring everything into a blender and then back.
Who doesn’t like receiving a Le Creuset piece for Christmas? This gorgeous signature stock-pot is one of the more affordable pieces in their collection. Plus, I am a firm believer that EVERYONE needs broth in their life!
I could not survive Paleo without my slow cooker. I’ve used many different versions as I have developed recipes for my blog, cookbook and eBook over the last few years. This is hands down my favorite – it’s easy to use and cooks evenly!
I love that this dehydrator is affordable and has adjustable temperature and time controls. Use it to make your own dried fruit, jerky and nuts!
We have two of these and we use them all the time. We use them when we are traveling or when we are just heading to the beach for the morning and we need to bring some snacks.
You’ll find all of my favorite recipes in my 2nd cookbook, The Paleo Foodie! Creamy Bacon Wrapped Dates anyone?
These chalkboard labels have been a game-changer for me! No more jars of frozen red stuff that could be pasta sauce, soup, jam or anything in between.
Yes! The most genius thing ever created. Say good-bye to brown avocados!
Dry brushing is a great way to gently detox on a regular basis. Some of the benefits of dry brushing include softer skin and increased lymphatic drainage.
These amber tinted glasses have done wonders for my sleep quality and my general feelings of sleepiness. They simply reduce blue light exposure and allow our melatonin to kick in. The best $5 I’ve ever spent, by far! Read more about the importance of reducing blue light exposure before bed here.
This stuff is awesome for detoxing your skin. We all used this to do a clay mask on our girls trip. Everyone’s skin was glowing the next morning. I also use this in many DIY skincare products.
I don’t have much to say about this except, it’s amazing. I’ve had mine for yearsssss. I’ve dropped it a gazillion times (cause I am a clutz like that!) and it hasn’t broken. I also love how water tastes from a glass bottle versus a stainless steel one. I basically gift these to everyone I know!