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    29 Game-Changing Products For People Who Hate To Cook

    Cleaning tools, condiments, and gadgets for folks who avoid pot lucks like the plague.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page if you decide to shop from them. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. A breakfast sandwich maker one reviewer described as the "single best appliance they own." This must-have kitchen gadget fixes breakfast (and lunch and dinner) sandwiches in five minutes or less, creating the BEC of their dreams.

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    Promising review: "Single best appliance I own. My boyfriend sent me this sort of as a joke; we both thought it was both ridiculous and brilliant to have a McMuffin maker in your house. And then I tried cooking with it for the first time. Holy crap, it's AMAZING. I ended up using frozen waffles for the bread; you have to trim them just a tad, but they are the perfect amount of crispy. I love experimenting with this, and have built some truly amazing sandwiches. Waffles, eggs, avocado, Swiss, and ham. Waffles, egg, corn salsa, jack cheese. If you can fit it into the rounds, you can make a sandwich with it. The panel under the egg slides out easily and cleanly when the egg is cooked (I find four minutes is perfect for cooked eggs with runny yolks), and the whole middle section can simply be tossed in the dishwasher." —Elizabeth Joy Weaver

    Get it from Amazon for $23.47+ (available in five colors).

    2. A bottle of Mike's Hot Honey to take your taste buds on an all-expenses-paid adventure. This all-natural honey, chili pepper, and vinegar mixture add the perfect touch of spicy and sweet to any meal, which means you can say so long to bland and boring boxed dinners.

    pizza with the honey on it
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    This Paleo-friendly, gluten-free condiment is truly the cherry on top of any meal.

    Promising review: "I'm in love with this! My entire family (with the exception of my husband, who doesn't like spice) reaches for this bottle of Mike's many times a week. We've tried it on biscuits, cornbread, fried chicken, bacon (AMAZING), and more. Mike's offers just the right kick of heat to balance the delicious sweetness of the honey. I plan on keeping this in my pantry." —MichiganTraveler

    Get it from Amazon for $8.99.

    To learn more, check out our review of the hot honey.  

    3. A 3-in-1 OXO avocado slicer that can pit, split, and slice avocados like there's no tomorrow. I guess you can say that this time-saving tool truly ~guacs~ at turning your avocado toast breakfast dreams into a reality.

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    Promising review: "This product is life-changing for avocado eaters. Borrowed my brothers one day and immediately ordered my own. Even if you only eat avocados once a month, this is a must-have. I am totally against single use products, but this is different! And the piece on this that takes the pit out is amazing." —Emily Stivers

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99.

    4. A Hamilton Beach panini press because life is too 👏 damn 👏 short 👏 to be eating bland sandwiches. This instantly turns white bread and ham into a gourmet meal you'd pay $11 for at a grab-and-go cafe (full disclosure: I live in NYC and 'tis expensive my friends).

    reviewer making a sandwhich
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    Promising review: "You can't beat this press for the money! Got it less than a week ago and family has already had cuban sandwiches, quesadillas, and lots of grilled cheese sandwiches. Heats up within a couple minutes, then takes about four minutes to grill the sandwich. Just wipe off to clean." —jim

    Get it from Amazon for $32.12.

    5. A Chefman compact air fryer for making all of those decadent comfort foods you've scrolled past — we're talking everything from wings and glazed donuts to charred Brussels sprouts and sesame chicken — *without* having to use hot oil or an oven. It's even great for crisping up leftovers and meal prepping!

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    You truly just have to preheat, dump in a ton of ingredients, and that's literally it. 

    Promising review: "Loving trying different recipes in this! The favorite by far is buffalo chicken wings! We are able to make dishes that I wouldn't normally make in the summer because I don't want to turn on the oven - and the results are better than attempting to cook some foods on the grill. The air fryer is easy to use, easy to adjust, straightforward control panel, easy to clean. Draining off the fat from the cooking tray is a little tricky as it comes out of the venting slots - need to do this task over the sink." —Briann T. 

    Get it from Amazon for $76.99

    6. A Daily Harvest delivery if you often skip lunch in the name of "productivity" but, if we're being honest here, you really just hate to rifle through ingredients and then... cook them. I feel that. I live that. Simply stock up on frozen flatbreads, smoothies, soups, and market bowls that are a delicious (and easy) way to get in your fruits and veggies.

    a sweet potato flatbread with kale and coriander
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    The organic flatbread pictures above is made with sweet potato, red cabbage, kale, cauliflower, spinach, and coriander!

    Get started at Daily Harvest for about $7.99/per day.

    7. A set of silicone cups for upping your breakfast game by several Michelin stars. Folks, say hello to fancy brunch via avocado toast with a perfectly poached egg on top — no extra time required, no panicking over the potential of a broken yolk.

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    Promising review: "These things are fantastic. I am a total klutz in the kitchen. A complete noncook. And yet two poached eggs came out perfectly the first time I used these little beauties. A squirt of Pam in each cup, crack and drop the egg in, set them on the turntable of my 1,100-watt microwave, cover them with a paper towel and 60 seconds later I had two completely delicious wonderfully done poached eggs. Voila! If I can do it, anyone can... Boy, am I impressed.!!!" —Leland C. Sheppard

    Get a set of four from Amazon for $11.97.

    8. A Shark Tank rapid ramen cooker for the beginner chef who refers to buttered toast as gourmet. I get it! I hate cooking! It sucks the life out of me! But that's okay, because all this cooker requires is noodles, a microwave, and about three minutes of your time — a delicious meal is now yours for the 'gram.

    black ramen cooker with noodles, hard-boiled egg, scallions, and carrot inside
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    Promising review: "Don’t think this is another unnecessary product. If you are an avid ramen eater, you will absolutely know you did not waste a penny with this. Ditch the pot! And if you have already been microwaving your ramen, then ditch your previous bowl. No more burning your fingers to grab it out of the microwave or guesstimating how much water to add. The handles and fill line are so convenient. So easy to add in veggies, meats, and eggs. A perfect bowl every time!" —DoughertyKrafjack

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99+ (available in seven colors).

    9. A six-quart Instant Pot pressure cooker capable of turning meal prep into something that is not difficult. This handy thing can make everything from golden lentil soup and pot roast to chocolate lava cake and French toast... and you'll barely have to lift a finger. Just pour in the ingredients.

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    This Instant Pot is basically seven kitchen tools in one! It can be used as a pressure cooker, rice cooker, steamer, yogurt maker, cake maker, and warmer! It can also sauté, because #fancy.

    Promising review: "This is quite possibly the coolest, most versatile kitchen gadget I’ve ever owned. I love it so much that I’ve purchased two more for friends and relatives. What can it do? I think the real question is 'What can’t it do?' I truly believe you could replace every cooking appliance (including your oven and stove top) and do EVERYTHING in the Instant Pot. I purchased two sizes for my own use: the three-quart (which is my almost-every-day workhorse for two person dishes) and the eight-quart (which I bring out to handle my dinner party dishes). Everything I’ve tried has been fabulous. In the realm of kitchen appliances, there is no better investment than the Instant Pot." —Stereoman

    Get it from Amazon for $79 (originally $99.95).

    10. A heavy duty pizza stone for dough that looks like it was flipped several times by an expert wearing a white chef's hat. This stone guarantees a delicious crust charred to perfection, which means the frozen pizza you're eating for dinner (yet again) will taste gourmet.

    A reviewer's finished pizza with five stars and text "adds so much flavor"
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    It can be used on grills too!

    Promising review: "Whether you make pizza from scratch or enjoy a frozen pizza from the market, this pizza stone is essential for the best at home pizza experience. Preparing your pizza on a stone assures a crispy crust and removing the pizza from the oven, on the heated stone, assures you that it will remain warm while the slices are consumed." —Steve

    Get it from Amazon for $39.95 (available in 14" and 16" sizes).

    11. A set of oven liners to save you the heartache (yes, heartache) of burnt roast chicken bits — the kind that will require a minimum of seven scouring pads and so. much. backache to remove from your oven surface. Consider that time-consuming cleaning step all but gone and your motivation to make a fancy alfredo revitalized.

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    Promising review: "I got tired of cleaning the bottom of my oven out after every drip and spill, or running the 'oven clean' option, which uses up so much energy and makes my house HOT during the process. I used to have foil on the bottom of the oven to help with spills, and that improved things greatly — but then you have to replace the foil after a while. I had to cut them to size, which was easy to do with a simple pair of household scissors. Then I placed them in the oven (they look nice!), and I waited for it to get messy. I cooked something super messy and finally needed to clean the liner. It was SO easy; I put it in the sink and used my sink sprayer and everything immediately slid right off the liner. No problem! I have a double oven, so I was glad this pack came with more than one. I have one in each oven and one on standby in case I need it. I know that having a dirty oven isn't the worst thing in the world, but if it matters to you, try these!" —Hpg

    Get a set of three from Amazon for $12.99.

    12. A Lodge pre-seasoned cast-iron skillet with the uncanny ability to sauté, sear, bake, broil, braise, fry, or grill any meal to perfection. Want a solid kitchen investment? Look no further than this beauty, which is perfect for almost every meal you'll want to whip up — we're talking breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

    the black skillet with salmon asparagus
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    Promising review: "This is the cast-iron I have, and it just lives on my stove top because I use it literally everyday. To clean, simply hand wash (I usually opt for no soap, but you do you) and rub with vegetable oil to keep it nice and seasoned." —Rachel Dunkel, BuzzFeed Staff

    Get it from Amazon for $14.88 (available in multiple sizes).

    13. A Dash mini waffle maker so user-friendly and fast, it may inspire you to replace that cereal bar with an actual sit-down breakfast. (Life advice: Don't be that TV character who grabs a single grape from a breakfast buffet and goes, "gotta run.") Just turn this baby on, pour in the batter, and it'll beep when ready.

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    This waffle maker heats up super quickly, is designed with nonstick pans, and is fairly no-frills: Just plug it in, pour some batter, and wait for the light to turn green. Your waffles are ready in no more than five minutes.

    Plus this comes with a neat little recipe book packed with recipes for hash browns, paninis, biscuit pizzas — basically a bunch of recipes that can be done using just this little waffle maker.

    Promising review: "This thing is incredible. I just mix up a batch of waffle batter and keep it in the fridge and in the morning, I plug this in while pouring my coffee. It reaches temp in about a minute, and then I'll pour in the batter and about the waffle is done about another minute later." —Seanster

    Get it from Amazon for $9.99 (available in 11 colors).

    To learn more, check out "Just 10 Things You'll Want To Try In July".

    14. A variety-pack of A Dozen Cousins pre-seasoned beans here to take your meal from drab to gourmet in 60 seconds or less — simply toss one of these bags in the microwave and voila, a protein-rich dinner is served and you barely had to try.

    A dinner laid out on a table including A Dozen Cousins ready to eat seasoned beans.
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    The variety pack includes two bags of Cuban black beans, Mexican cowboy beans, and Trini chickpea curry.

    Promising review: "Who writes a review about beans? Somebody who loves beans but had given up on them, until now. This is a great product. Canned beans from my local supermarket are always a disappointment so I stopped getting them. I don't have time to cook beans myself but A Dozen Cousins beans are fresh and taste terrific. I am trying to eat healthier and these are a great way to do that. I've been trying to avoid packaged, processed foods but the natural ingredients make these different. I can feel good about eating them. The beans are whole and not mashed up like in cans. All of the varieties are seasoned well and versatile. I've had them on their own, in salads and in wrap sandwiches. I'm really happy to have found these and hope they continue to add new flavors and products. Do yourself a favor and order some. You won't regret it." —Amazon Customer

    Get a pack of six from Amazon for $24.99.

    15. A hand-powered chopper to save you blood, sweat, and tears... literally. Chopping onions (or veggies, fruits nuts, herbs, and more) will no longer be a sobbing affair thanks to this small-but-mighty kitchen gadget.

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    Promising review: "This chopper is amazing!! I love cooking, but used to absolutely HATE chopping onions... until someone gave me this chopper! Now I simply have to quarter the onion, throw it in the chopper, pull the handle about 10–15 times, and they're ready to be used! No more teary eyes or spending a long time chopping onions. The cup is big enough to fit a whole onion... I think the capacity is 3 cups. There's tons of other uses to this as well... you can chop pretty much anything from herbs, veggies and fruits, to making salsa and guacamole." —Valjulia

    Get it from Amazon for $14.71+ (available in three colors).

    16. A rapid veggie steamer because eating your broccoli shouldn't feel like such a chore, dammit. Eating your greens is simple with this dishwasher-safe product: Just add water until the marked fill line, add your veggies, microwave for two minutes and 30 seconds*, then presto! You've got yourself a side dish.

    hand holding green steamer with clear plastic cover
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    *For frozen vegetables, you'll want to microwave for four minutes!

    Promising review: "I use this item to quickly steam my broccoli in the morning before work and it is a lifesaver! It's so easy and quick that it is helping me have better eating habits." —JCapone

    Get it from Amazon for $10.89.

    17. A ~Fasta Pasta~ cooker for the person who *insists* on eating Italian every night. This makes perfect al dente pasta right in the microwave every single time, plus the lid doubles as a strainer! So long to the 10 pots and pans that end up in my sink in the pursuit of penne.

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    Promising review: "I bought this microwave pasta cooker at a time when I did not have a stove. Even though I have a stove now, I still use this cooker for dinner for myself sometimes because it works so well and quickly! The pasta comes out very soft and perfectly cooked when instructions are followed. When the pasta is done, the lid is used to drain the cooker of water and works very well. Pasta is the only thing I have cooked in this product, but there are a lot of other things you can cook in it. I highly recommend this to any college student or adult who needs a fast microwave pasta cooker!" —Kelsi Murphy

    Get it from Amazon for $16.99.

    18. A Trader Joe's sea salt, garlic, and onion seasoning here to turn every meal into a gourmet affair with basically no effort. This mixture is perfect for any at-home brunch food you can think of, including your beloved avocado toast.

    reviewer hand holding clear bottle labeled "Trader Joe's everything but the bagel"
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    Promising review: "This seasoning blend is just stupidly delicious. My favorite use so far was for making homemade gluten-free bagels. They. Were. AMAZING. I thought I made enough bagels for the a few days, but my family ate them all in 24 hours. This is really fabulous sprinkled on scrambled eggs, too. My nearest Trader Joe's is over an hour away, so happy to be able to order this here." —Kindle Customer

    Get it from Amazon for $9.81.

    19. An OXO three-blade spiralizer so you can feel like you're eating a pasta dinner when, in fact, you are not. I know that seems like a cruel joke, but ~zoodles~ are downright tasty — and this can easily shred an entire zucchini within minutes. Veggies! They're fun!

    orange and white spiralized veggie noodles being held over pan
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    Promising review: "This spiralizer is the bomb. I first bought a manual one where I had to hold the zucchini and rotate it in a little cup with a blade in the bottom to see if I would like zucchini noodles, and I did, but it was labor intensive, messy, and took forever to get enough for two adult servings done. Now I just used this for the first time. It took two minutes to read the instructions, a minute to rinse off the unit, and less than a minute to create a mountain of beautiful zucchini spaghetti for dinner tonight. It was very simple to use and clean." —Mary C.

    Get it from Amazon for $39.95.

    20. A rechargeable personal blender great for anyone with limited storage space *and* minimum patience when it comes to breakfast. Simply dump in your favorite ingredients, press the blend button, and BAM! A delicious and nutritious breakfast smoothie is yours in seconds.

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    This blender comes with an ice cube tray and a funnel, plus you can remove the base to turn the blender itself into a drinking cup.

    Promising review: "As a very busy college student, I find it's hard to eat healthy. Between my limited dining hall options and my busy schedule, I needed a way to both eat my veggies and get to class on time. ENTER: this amazing blender bottle. BEST purchase my limited paycheck was ever used on. Fill 'er up with wilted salad bar spinach, crappy orange juice, a grainy apple, some ice, and BOOM...a shake is born. No need to head back to my dorm to plug it into a wall-socket base like most blenders. To my amazed friends, I am now the wizard of smoothies. They all want one now!" —Adrianna Simmons

    Get it from Amazon for $36.99 (available in three colors).

    21. A Dash rapid cooker you can plug in whilst getting ready and it will take the ~hard~ work out of your morning egg-based morning routine. All you'll have to do is fill this cooker with water, add up to six eggs, and breakfast will be served.

    egg cooker with pastel blue base and clear glass cover
    Amazon

    When the eggs are done cookin', this handy gadget will automatically shut off. Plus, time won't take forever — the removable parts of this cooker are dishwasher-safe.

    Promising review: "The claims are true. This is the easiest and fastest I have ever hard boiled eggs. I just got it, and I haven't tested it for making anything but hard boiled eggs, but oh man is it great for that. It was easy, it was fast." —Apoc

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99 (originally $19.97, available in five colors).

    22. A multi-purpose strainer basket ideal for those who hate cooking because they "don't have the space" — this expands to fit your sink and collapses so it can be shoved right back into a tiny cabinet when you're done. Cleverly designed with drainage holes, this tool is perfect for straining pasta, washing fruits and veggies, or even drying some dishes.

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    You know the metal colander you have now? The one that takes up more space than its worth? Ahem. We think it's on its way out.

    Promising review: "I don't want a kitchen sink without this tool ever again. I love this! I have had it for a week and it just works for my needs! I ended up getting it for silverware and other small utensils because something got stuck in the garbage disposal somehow. However, it also work for rinsing vegetables and fruits when I have dishes in the sink to clean. I don’t have a dishwasher so being able to separate things is so useful. The size is adjustable and that makes it even more worth it!" —Jocelyn

    Get it from Amazon for $14.99 (available in five colors).

    23. A stainless steel whisk wiper that makes post-baking cleanup seem — gird your loins here — like a complete breeze! This gadget effortlessly scoops up Funfetti so that you won't have to run your whisk under soap and hot water for 84 years. You also won't lose an entires cake's worth of batter.

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    Promising review: "Handy and super sturdy. I was worried these would be flimsy and not last to use and washes. I was super blown away at how well these are made and will hold up. They have a robust clear hard polymer type material behind the rubberized wiper that keeps the wiper sturdy and easy to handle even one-handed." —Joshua Anders

    Get it from Amazon for $14.95 (available in five colors).

    24. A nontoxic cookware duo considered a ~modern Dutch oven~ thanks to a 7-quart Pot (a wok and stockpot hybrid) that can deep fry *and* fit up to two pounds of pasta, plus a smooth skillet that can hold six salmon fillets. Bid adieu to needing 85 pans for one family dinner.

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    BuzzFeed writer Danielle Healy is passionate about these pans (yes, seriously):

    "These responsibly-sourced and crafted pan/pot hybrids arrived looking even more beautiful than I'd imagined. I cooked dinner with them immediately and then proceeded to get rid of the mismatched collection of various skillets and unused pots my boyfriend, roommate, and I had brought into this apartment and accumulated since living here. It was a life-changing moment. Not only are my cabinets gloriously uncluttered and organized (this set nests together like a dream), but these just work better and feel like they're going to last a lot longer than the non-stick iterations we had collected before. One, if not both pieces, get near-daily use and no one in the apartment has any complaints! They heat evenly, clean easily (especially considering it doesn't have that nonstick coating), and really are designed to cover the vast majority of your cookware bases. Plus, Proclamation Goods Co. is a 1% for the Planet member, meaning they contribute at least one percent of their annual sales to environmental causes. Need I say more?"

    Get a set of two pans from Proclamation Goods for $379.

    25. An ingenious scrap collector with a wire rim that easily attaches to the edge of your counter top. Make post-cooking clean-up a true breeze by simply scraping those potato peels and random morsels of rice right into this silicone bin.

    the green bin attached to a kitchen countertop
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    Promising review: "I am one of the messiest cooks in the world. When I get done, I usually have scraps around my feet where I have knocked bits of veggies off the counter. I've looked for a long time for something to take care of the problem, but everything seemed like overkill. This container is perfect. It's just the right size. I attach it parallel with my belly, and all the stuff that usually hits the floor, goes in the container. Plus, I can wipe the counter into it, empty it in the trash, and pop it in the dishwasher." —Patricia Logos

    Get it from Amazon for $11.71+ (available in two colors).

    26. A Joseph Joseph kitchen tool set complete with a magnetic stand (!!!!) for easy, convenient storage and the following five tools: a slotted spatula, spaghetti server, slotted spoon, solid spoon, and a ladle. Phew. No more rummaging through overflowing drawers to find the one utensil you need.

    the magnetic storage stand and five utensils
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    "Someone gifted me one of these many moons ago, and the utensils have held up for over four years! They're still as perfectly magnetized and functional as they were when they first arrived, and I barely ever notice them even though my counter space is approximately that of a lunch tray (wish I were kidding!!!)." —Emma Lord, my fellow BuzzFeed Shopping team member

    Get it from Amazon for $28.

    27. A splurge-worthy Always Pan that surpasses even the excessive amount of Instagram hype it gets. This snazzy kitchen gadget replaces eight pieces of cookware, weighs only three pounds, comes with a steamer basket and spatula nester, and is *truly* nonstick.

    Maitland Quitmeyer / BuzzFeed, Our Place

    Promising review: "This is the best pan I have ever cooked with. The surface allows me to control the amount of olive oil used, the dome lid design is great for faster cooking without turning up the heat, and the pan itself is so beautiful I leave it out on my stovetop as decoration. I am hoping they make a small sauté pan and a three-qt sauce pan some day." —Cheryl M.

    You can also check out our full review on this Instagram-famous Always pan.

    Get it from Our Place for $145 (available in seven colors).

    28. Zip Top silicone containers anyone who eats or cooks needs to buy, pronto. Single use plastic can't hold a candle to these must-have kitchen items: Some are designed with a flat bottom to remain open on countertops, make for easy pouring (pancake batter has met its match), and keep food fresh for a longer period of time aka you can actually consume your leftovers and not have to cook.... again.

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    Promising review: "If you're looking for a set of reusable bags to reduce your waste, look no further. This Zip Top silicone set is just about perfect. The eight-piece full set comes with cups (with circular flat bottoms), dishes (with elongated flat bottoms) and bags (for easy taking to-go without taking up a bunch of room). They're airtight, and just EASY PEASY to use — aka I don't have to track down a matching lid. Half-eaten oranges, leftover crepe batter, granola, all live handily in these pretty lavender containers. The pointed sides make for effortless pouring — everything from shaking granola into my morning yogurt to dispensing thin crepe batter into a pan for a weekend breakfast.

    They're dishwasher-safe (on the top AND bottom racks), freezer-safe, AND microwave safe, so you can truly say goodbye forever to disposable bags. They haven't retained any sorts of staining or smells and wash up beautifully. At just over $11 a pop when you break it down, they're not *cheap* but when you add up box after box after box of plastic bags, you'll make up for the cost in no time flat. I haven't been ~on the go~ much in the past year (🙃), but when I do I'll definitely use these to bring snacks to the office. And they come in pretty pastel colors that personally just make me happy to look at in my fridge." —Maitland Quitmeyer, BuzzFeed Deputy Editor

    Get a set of eight from Amazon for $8.99+ (available in five colors, plus individually and in smaller sets).

    29. A "Bacon Bin" when the inconvenience of storing grease is so overwhelming, you contemplated the unthinkable — not making bacon *or* pouring said grease down the drain and adding your plumber to speed dial. This "I should have thought of that" invention gives you a place to store piping hot liquid until you can use or properly dispose of it.

    Pot drizzling grease into a silicone container to store grease
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    Once it the grease hardens, you can scoop out for easy disposal, or reuse in other recipes. Oh, and this cutie gadget is from small business Talisman Design!

    Promising review: "After using just about anything that wouldn't melt as a container, this is the best bacon grease container ever. Easy to use, easy to clean...love the piggy!" —Michael

    Get it from Talisman Design on The Grommet for $15.

    Looking for the perfect gift for any occasion? Check out all of BuzzFeed’s gift guides!

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    The reviews in this post have been edited for length and clarity.

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