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Paula’s 2021 Holiday Gift Guide


It’s Christmas yet again, and, yet again, I’m wonderin’ how the holidays have arrived already! I absolutely love Christmas. The world is decorated in twinkling lights, the songs on the radio are merry and full of kindness and compassion, and everyone is spreading good cheer.

But while it’s the most wonderful time of the year, it also tends to be one of the most stressful. Our schedules are fuller, our pocketbooks are lighter, and our to-do lists are longer. And at the top of our reasons to stress tends to be shoppin’ for gifts. Each year I agonize over what my friends, family, and neighbors would like, and it sure can be tough to find just the right gift. So while I can’t play Santa and bring a gift to each and every one of y’all, I can at least share with my helpful holiday gift guide so that I can take some of the stress off your shoulders.

Of course if you have more great gift ideas, I’d sure love to hear them—and I think my friends out there would love to hear ‘em too! Just leave me a comment below.

Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays, my friends!


For Your Sweetheart:

  1. Butter To My Biscuit Flour Sack Towel
  2. Talk Southern To Me Tray
  3. Bless Your Heart Tumbler
  4. Gold Tone Link Necklace
  5. Jam Packed with Love Jelly Jar with Strawberry Preserves 
  6. Season with Love Spice Jar
  7. White Crystal Solitaire Ring


For the Guys in Your Life:

  1. Paula Deen 12” Cast Iron Griddle Skillet
  2. South in Your Mouth Apron
  3. Bacon Grease Can
  4. Green Chili Burger Starter
  5. South in Your Mouth Towel
  6. Cajun Mix Peanuts
  7. Deen Brothers Spice Bundle


For Your Mama:

  1. Sunday Supper Wall Sign
  2. Honeycomb Covered Casserole Dish
  3. Cooking with Paula Deen Magazine Subscription
  4. Kitchen Icons Apron
  5. White Freshwater Pearl Simulant Starburst Necklace
  6. Stoneware Measuring Spoons
  7. Stoneware Measuring Cups
  8. Gold Tone Hammered Stretch Bracelet Set


For Your Favorite Cook or Baker:

  1. Talk Southern to Me Blanket
  2. Paula Deen’s Southern Baking
  3. Recipe Cards
  4. Paula Deen Cast Iron Dutch Oven Enamel Coated
  5. Paula Deen 8.5-Quart Air Fryer
  6. Pewter Super Post Measuring Cups & Spoons
  7. Deen Family 14-Piece Cookware Set


For Your Neighbor:

  1. Hey Y’all Tin Door Sign
  2. Snowman Apron
  3. Ooey Gooey Chocolate Cookie Set
  4. Southern as Sweet Tea & Sunshine Tumbler
  5. Ooey Gooey Snickerdoodle Cookie Set
  6. Sweet Tea Served Here Metal Sign

For Your Kids:

  1. Kids Baking Apron
  2. Kids Baking Oven Mitt & Towel Set
  3. Kids Snowman Apron
  4. Kids Silicone Baking Set
  5. Kids Gingerbread Apron
  6. Kids Lil’ Ham Apron


For Your Dogs:

  1. Paula Deen’s Home Cookin’ Salmon & Sweet Potato Jerky Bites
  2. Paula Deen Home Cookin’ Grain-Free De-Boned Turkey, Pea & Berry Jerky Bites
  3. Paula Deen Home Cookin’ Grain Free Turkey, Smoked Bacon & Egg Breakfast Strips


For Anyone:

  1. Fill it Up Ceramic Platter
  2. Butter Not Pout Towel
  3. Bourbon Toffee
  4. Kitchen Conversions Sign
  5. Snowman Stocking
  6. Sea Salt Toffee
  7. Warm Winter Wishes Apron
  8. Warm Winter Wishes Towel Set
  9. Key Lime Toffee
  10. Ceramic Chicken-Shaped Trivet with Cooking Temperatures
Paula Deen - As a young girl growing up in Albany, Georgia, Paula Deen never dreamed she would become an American icon. As a young mother, Paula was living the American dream — married to her high school sweetheart and raising two adorable boys — when tragedy struck. Her parents died, her marriage failed and she began a prolonged battle with agoraphobia. With her boys in their teens and her family near homelessness, Paula took her last $200, reached deep inside her soul and started The Bag Lady, a home-based catering company that marked the start of Deen's professional cooking career. With sons Jamie and Bobby delivering lunch-and-love-in-a-bag, beginning in June 1989, Paula turned her life around by sharing what she knew best, traditional Southern cooking.