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Three Kitchen Gadget Gift Ideas for Dieters

Updated on August 21, 2011

Are you shopping for a gift for someone who is on a diet? There are plenty of great gift ideas – even food-related ones – for people who are trying to lose weight. Take the time to find out a bit about the eating plan that your dieting friend or loved one is trying to follow before going shopping so that you can make a wise choice.

Three Diet Friendly Kitchen Gadget Gifts

Here are a three kitchen gadget gift ideas that just might be appreciated by the dieter on your shopping list!

1. Ninja Professional Blender

If your friend or loved one is including smoothies in his or her diet plan and you’re looking to spend around a hundred dollars, a Ninja Professional Blender is a great gift idea. This heavy-duty blender is one of the fastest blenders on the market. It has a powerful one-thousand watt motor and uses Ninja’s patented six-blade technology, so it’s easy to transform your favorite smoothie ingredients into a refreshing blended drink at no time at all using this unique appliance. Of course, the Ninja can be used to make many other diet-friendly dishes, including guacamole, soup and much more.

2. George Foreman Grill

If you like the idea of giving a diet-friendly kitchen gadget but you need to find something with a lower price point, consider purchasing one of the many available George Foreman grill models for the dieting person that you are shopping for. Depending on the model, size and features you choose, you can expect to pay between $25 and $150 for a George Foreman grill. The lowest price point items are small, basic tabletop models, while those that cost more have a larger cooking surface and more features. No matter what grill you choose, you’ll be providing the gift recipient with a tool that can be used to prepare healthy, grilled meals indoors.

3.Electronic Food Steamer

An electronic food steamer can make a terrific kitchen-related gift idea for someone who is trying to lose weight. These compact small appliances provide an easy way to prepare low-calorie steamed vegetables, steamed seafood and many other delicious meals in a healthful way. As with a George Foreman Grill, depending on the brand and model steamer you choose, you can expect to pay between $25 and $150 for a tabletop electronic food steamer. There are several brands available, including options from Black & Decker, Breville, Oster and more. The higher end models feature stackable steamer baskets, allowing you to prepare two or more types of steamed foods at the same time.


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  • katrinasui profile image


    7 years ago

    These are certainly useful kitchen appliances.

  • Deborah-Diane profile image


    7 years ago from Orange County, California

    These truly are useful kitchen appliances for dieters!


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