One of Oprah's 'Favorite Things' is a set of English muffins for $35 (plus $30 shipping)

In the market for a $94 Snuggie-style house dress? Or perhaps a $69 lunch box?

No? Doesn’t matter! Oprah Winfrey has already released her annual “Favorite Things” gift guide featuring both, as well as a hundred of her other preferred housewares, kitchen gadgets and luxury items for the holidays.

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Winfrey’s “things," which will be featured in the December issue of O, The Oprah Magazine, are currently available for purchase in their own Amazon e-shop. Generally, Winfrey's list is not as outlandish as Goop’s similarly comprehensive year-end gift guide, but the roundup always seems to contain its fair share of novelty items and pricey head-scratchers.

Although one item is technically free — a download of her “Super Soul Conversations” podcast — prices for some “things” can swell well over a thousand bucks. This year, her two most expensive items include a $2,000 55-inch Samsung TV that morphs into a large digital photo frame when not in use, and a basket-accented, two-gear “commuter bicycle” for around $1,150, respectively.

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Other notable items include a $190 electric toothbrush, a “snoring solution” device for $300, a set of 12 English muffins for $35 (plus $30 shipping), and a pair of chicken pot pies for $110.

Her list also has a special section of gifts for $50 and under, in case you can’t afford to drop that much on baked goods. She'll also be offering discount codes for some of the items on the list.

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It’s worth noting, however, that Oprah doesn’t curate the list by herself. According to the Associated Press, O’s editor-at-large, Gayle King, and the mag’s creative director, Adam Glassman, compile the bulk of Oprah’s “things” throughout the year, and she later cherry-picks her favorites for the list.

"What Oprah always challenges us to do is to find some new brands, some indie brands, mom-and-pop kind of brands. We always have a fabulous mix of tried and true, and big people, but we also like to infiltrate new brands and also brands made in the USA," Glassman told The Associated Press.