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    31 Things From Walmart Your Kitchen Seriously Wants You To Buy

    Just like your mom, your kitchen is always right.

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    1. A KitchenAid mixer because hand mixing anything is completely unnecessary when this beauty will do it for you.


    Promising review: "My husband got this for me for Christmas after I was complaining that I didn't have a hand mixer for a recipe. I have a KitchenAid mixer, and it is the most amazing thing I own, but there are still a few things that require a hand mixer. I used it the second day I got it. It works like a charm and is a great color, what is not to love???" —Punk Rock Better Crocker

    Price: $34.99+ (available in 15 colors)

    2. A digital oil-less fryer – I'm convinced fries are an essential food group that provide you happiness.


    Promising review: "I love this item. It is a healthier way of cooking, and it's quicker too. It is not too big, so it will fit comfortable in most kitchens. Plus, it's easy to cook and clean." —KARLA B

    Price: $38

    3. An electric bottle opener that'll make opening your wine so much easier, you'll wonder how you ever lived without it.


    Promising review: "My husband and I didn't think too much about this product. My sister-in-law, who knows absolutely nothing about wine, bought it for us for Christmas. We tucked it away in a corner until I decided to give it a try. We've been using it for two years now, and I must say that it blew me away. A great product that is reliable. Every time friends come over and we open up bottles of wine with it, they're always asking where we got it so that they can purchase one. Get one when you see one!" —pmoffat

    Price: $23.26.

    4. A French press coffee maker – you'll feel extra fancy in the morning as you make a delicious brew that rivals the boutique shops in your area.


    Promising review: "First, and most important, this makes delicious coffee. It also brews an excellent cup of tea. I am delighted to be able to take my electric coffee brewer, a big bulky thing, off the countertop of my small kitchen and replace it with this very pretty french press." —TeaLover

    Price: $21.99+ (available in 3 cup, 8 cup, and 12 cup)

    5. A set of nested bowls that'll really ~bloom~ in your kitchen. These are so beautiful, you won't even mind giving up a bit of counter space to display them (or even the center of your table).


    Price: $25.97

    6. An avocado slicer and pitter because if you're still using a knife to prepare your delicious avocado, what are you really doing with your life?


    One end has a nylon loop to remove the pit easily and the other end has wire to slice and scoop the delicious out on to your toast or whatever you're making.

    Price: $9.99

    7. A set of two non-stick silicone baking mats to make cleaning up after you make cookies or a sheet pan meal SOOO much easier. Seriously, you won't have to scrape a pan caked in gunk ever again.


    Promising review: "This non stick silicon mat is awesome for baking. If you love baking, this is for you!!! I love that you don't have to spray it or put any parchment paper so it doesn't stick because it is already designed for batter or other foods to not stick while baking. I like that I can bake more evenly every time without any grease, making my food healthier. "—IrCalove

    Price: $14.99

    8. A handheld grater because adding freshly shredded cheese to your pasta will make you seem like a real chef, and that's a fact.


    Promising review: "I never really thought I'd need a grater in the kitchen, but I have been watching A LOT of Tasty recipe videos where grating veggies is actually a crucial step. Graters tend to take up SO much space, which is tough in a shared kitchen. This is the only space-saving grater I've found and it's just as effective as any other! The blades are very sharp and you get a very consistent result. It also rinses easily, so no need to worry about cutting yourself if you're used to having scrub graters to get them clean. I'm super pleased with this and highly recommend to anyone with limited kitchen space!" —xtinaag

    Price: $7.97 (available in four colors; this is from BuzzFeed's Tasty collection for Walmart)

    9. An unbreakable dinnerware set even Kimmy Schmidt would approve of, especially for the price.


    The set includes four big plates, four small plates, four bowls, and four mugs. Plus, all the dishes are microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, and pre-heated oven safe.

    Promising review: "I have had these dishes for almost a year now. I have three kids that are very rough on dishes, and this set has held up fantastic for what I was looking for. I will be buying more." —sommer

    Price: $31.97

    10. A mini-waffle maker because sleeping in on Saturday morning is only made better when you make waffles for breakfast.


    Promising review: "I love this waffle maker. It's very easy to use and clean. You can make waffles very fast, and they are delicious. I will definitely be using this every morning." —Great

    Price: $14.99

    11. A set of stemless wine glasses that'll basically make you a member of The Finer Things Club when you and your friends use them.


    Be sure to hand-wash these!

    Price: $24.99

    12. A 4-in-1 chopper to help you slice, dice, and chop vegetable in a matter of seconds. Plus, it helps reduce the vapor from onions to (hopefully) stop you from crying.


    Promising review: "I love the ease of it, and no runny eyes from chopping onions! Also, when you're chopping things ahead of time, just put the lid on and put in the refrigerator till ready for use. Wish I had bought one years ago! I highly recommend." —Faye

    Price: $32.49+ (available in 4-in-1 and 7-in-1)

    13. A cake stand with a glass cover to artfully display your creations.


    Promising review: "This is so beautiful as well as convenient to store goodies in your home! It's so easy for anyone to grab a cookie or brownie from! I've also seen them used and decorated in homes with non food products! The choices are endless!" —Stephanie

    Price: $29.82

    14. A red wine decanter that aerates your wine to make it taste nicer, even if it's not the most expensive bottle.


    Price: $30

    15. A stoneware rectangular baker – the design is so cute, you can cook a casserole in it, and then take it to a party without transferring it to a new dish.


    Plus, it's oven-safe up to 450 degrees, and freezer and microwave safe.

    Promising review: "This is perfect to make all those fun dips and other appetizers for get-togethers. Plus, it's subtly cute and a lovely color!" —Marnie

    Price: $23.57

    16. A Rub-a-Way Bar you use to scrub your hands to get rid of all those unpleasant cooking smells (i.e. fish, garlic, etc.) that somehow are so hard to remove.


    Price: $14.99 (for a set of 2)

    17. A 10-piece kitchen utensil set to replace your mismatched one you've accumulated through a few too many moves. It's time for a sleek (but still affordable) upgrade.


    The set includes a spatula, solid and slotted spoon, spaghetti server, plus a whisk, tongs, bottle opener, and three measuring cups.

    Promising review: "This set had a nice heft to it, they look great, and we especially like the measurement callouts on the measuring cups. So far, they've been super easy to clean as well." —mebe

    Price: $35

    18. A wine rack that holds both your bottle and glasses so your wine is always within reach.


    As my grandma says, you can never have too much wine.

    Price: $32.14+ (available in brown and white and in eight sayings)

    19. A dishwasher magnet so you'll never have to have the internal debate about whether the plate you just pulled out is clean or dirty.


    Price: $9.95

    20. An adjustable shelf riser to help take the storage in your cabinets to new ~heights~.


    It adjusts from 5" to 7" in 1/4" increments and can hold up to 30 pounds. Plus, there's no installation required.

    Price: $18

    21. A Faberware stand mixer if you're not ready to make the full commitment (i.e. $$$$) for a more expensive one, but want all the same frills.


    Promising review: "This is the first stand mixer I have owned. My mother has a KitchenAid that I borrowed during holidays to bake desserts. This brand is basically the same thing. It's powerful, has quality attachments, a similar warranty, and it's less than half the cost. Plus, the attachments for the KitchenAid work on Farberware. I've had mine for about a year, and I'm till impressed with it. "—RoseyPosey

    Price: $99

    22. A set of server trays that won't ~suc~ to bring out at that summer party you know you're going to throw when the weather is (finally) nice. *crosses fingers that it's soon*


    Price: $17.50

    23. A silverware set to make you feel like you're tasting the rainbow when you eat...without, you know, actually eating the rainbow.


    Promising review: "Even my sullen teenager was excited to taste the rainbow. A huge hit with everyone. I was especially glad to see that they weren't all the same color in places - one was much more blue than the others, and some were more gold than the rest. Love the variation. Now I can't go back to regular silverware."—Heather

    Price: $27.94

    24. A four-piece griddle breakfast kit Ron Swanson probably already owns, so you should too.


    The set includes a pancake dispenser, bacon press, and two egg/pancake rings.

    Promising review: "I was looking for different things to purchase with my new griddle, and I thought it was a good idea to have a kit to make breakfast on it. And after using it, I must say I was right. It's awesome, and it was the best idea I have had for awhile." —maskman2910

    Price: $19.99

    25. A two-piece bowl and strainer set so you never run the risk of losing precious pasta when you attempt to get the water all. All you have to do is pick up the handle, and you're good to go.


    Both the bowl and colander have nonslip silicone bottoms and are dishwasher safe!

    Price: $10.97 (available in light blue/dark blue and blue/red; this is from BuzzFeed's Tasty collection for Walmart)

    26. A travel mug and water bottle organizer because somehow you've accumulated very many of them and need a convenient way to store them.


    Promising review: "This water bottle organizer was just what my family needed! Between the three of us, we have a TON of water bottles in the house. They definitely take up a lot of space, and we don't have room for all of them in the cabinet. This organizer is perfect and really helps us stay organized!" —Cobainian

    Price: $11.97

    27. A set of three cast iron skillets you'll find so many uses for — from sautéing and broiling, to even baking that skillet chocolate chip cookie recipe you pinned on Pinterest that looked SO delicious.


    You get a 6", 8", and 10" skillet.

    Price: $39.99

    28. An electric hot pot you'll be so ~egg-cited~ to use because it cooks noodles, steams vegetables, makes oatmeal, boils eggs, and reheats soup. Oh, and not to mention, it also boils water!


    It also includes an egg tray for making hardboiled eggs and a steamer tray for steaming veggies!

    Promising review: "I have steamed vegetables, boiled eggs, and steamed eggs in the pot with no problem. The eggs come out perfect and no cracking of shells. I have cooked rice in the pot also." —ertigers

    Price: $14.69

    29. A Magic Bullet multi-function blender so you can make smoothies (or protein shakes) in the morning and have a delicious (and healthy) breakfast on the go.


    Promising review: "This machine truly lives up to the 'As Seen On TV' hype! So far, I've been using it to make smoothies and milkshakes, and make my son's baby food. It blends everything so smoothly, and it's much quieter than the food processor I was using to make baby food before. It's easy to use, easy to clean, and easy to store. I love everything about it. I wish I had bought one a few years ago when my daughter was a baby. I love it!" —Boo9278

    Price: $39.88

    30. A herb stripper to help you get the right amount of herbs for your recipe because it's surprisingly hard to do this on your own. (If you don't know, just take my word for it.)


    It has eight different sized holes to fit many different types of herbs, including rosemary, parsley, or cilantro.

    Price: $7.95

    31. And a five section meal pan so you can cook dinner and only have one pan to clean after. Now, that's the way to live the good life.


    Price: $49.99

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