Grab a Cookbook Holder to Make Following Recipes Easier

It's time to dust off your favorite cookbook and put it to use. Part of me hates using my iPhone or iPad when I have to pull up recipes. My electronics always ends up dirty or I forget where I placed my phone on the countertop! With a cookbook and cookbook holder, you won't experience these issues. In fact, keeping your cookbook on a stand creates countertop space for your kitchen gadgets.

Some resort to tablet holders, but these cookbook stands are cute and perfect for displaying on tabletops and countertops. Most cookbook stands are so adorable that you're going to leave them out as decor!

1. Cookbook Holder - 3R Studios

Cookbook Holder - 3R Studios

3R Studios has a gorgeous metal cookbook stand available at Target. It looks like something my Grandma would've had back in the good ol' days. I love that there's weighted metal pieces to hold the pages down.

2. Lipper International Bamboo/Acrylic Cookbook Holder

Lipper International Bamboo/Acrylic Cookbook Holder

This bamboo cookbook has an acrylic shield to hold pages down. It's pretty sturdy, a customer said she uses it for a textbook. If it can hold a heavy textbook, it will surely hold your large cookbooks.

3. Free-Standing Tripar

Tri Par Stand

The swirl design is timeless and cute. It is foldable, so store it in your drawer when you're not using it.

4. Plew Plew Cookbook Recipe Book Holder

Plew Plew - Cookbook Recipe Book Holder,

Plew Plew's stainless-steel recipe holder is a great choice if you have a small countertop or island. Mount this one on your wall, and you'll have more space for your cutting board and cookware.

5. OXO Good Grips Pop-Up Cookbook Holder

OXO Good Grips Pop-Up Cookbook Holder

After going through customer reviews, I am impressed by this recipe book stand. It can hold hardcover books that look fairly heavy. If you don't want to display your cookbook on your island everyday, this one is for you. It's foldable for easy storage.

Cookbook holders are lovely gift ideas for the chef in your life. They're very useful kitchen accessories, especially for someone that uses family recipes that are written down on paper. For those who get recipes from online, cookbook stands and tablet stands are a great option.

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