1. An electric egg cooker so while your ~scrambling~ to get ready in the morning, your breakfast can be done in a matter of minutes. It can poach, scramble, boil, or make an omelet.
2. A stainless-steel bar in case you've ever prepared a delicious meal only to be disgusted the rest of the night because you couldn't get the smell of garlic off of your fingers.
4. A multipurpose bag holder perfect for people who live by themselves and don't have an extra set of hands.
5. A silicone whisk ideal if you're worried about it possibly scratching your favorite mixing bowl or pot.
6. Or a manual food chopper to easily chop up ground turkey, fruits, or vegetables without having to dirty up a bunch of other kitchen tools.
7. A tea bag organizer that'll miraculously restore much-needed space in your cabinet now that you can get rid of those four boxes of tea that really only had a few tea bags in each one.
8. A bacon sponge designed to drain grease from fried food after cooking. You can blot your bacon with this un-paper towel to replace paper towels and reduce waste. It'll probably work on fried chicken, too.
9. A microwave pasta cooker to pretty much make your dreams come true because it lets you make the perfect al dente pasta in the microwave. Your dinner guests will never know. Now top it with some sauce and serve it up!
10. A 5-in-1 unitool so you have a slotted spoon, a solid spoon, a spatula, a turner, and a cutting tool whenever you need it. You can go from one dish to the next without having to switch it up.
11. A silicone spoon spatula, or should I say a ~spoontula.~ This nifty tool can withstand high heat so you can use it to before and during cooking.
12. A spaghetti measure because even after reading the instructions, no one really knows exactly how much spaghetti to throw in the pot. The math is hard. This makes it so much easier.
13. A pre-seasoned Lodge cast-iron skillet, a must-have kitchen staple that'll pretty much make everything you cook taste better.
14. A nonstick fluted tube pan to help large cakes bake faster and release easily after they've been baked for an Insta-worthy dessert.
15. A stain-resistant Japanese steel chef's knife with an ergonomic handle for a better grip and added comfort.
16. A compact mini donut maker for a bite-sized treats. Imagine a world where you can have fresh donuts sitting atop your kitchen counter at all times 🤤.
17. A two-stage knife sharpener to keep your blades sharp for all of the chopping and dicing you'll be doing in the future.
18. A clip-on strainer that'll attach to your pot and make it that much easier to drain your pasta. And yes, you may wonder how anyone could possibly mess up draining pasta — from personal experience, it is possible.
20. A silicone grip — a multipurpose item that can be whatever you need it to be: a potholder, a coaster, a jar opener, or a trivet.
21. A handheld veggie slicer to help you make homemade zoodles for days when you want 'em fresh instead of store bought.
22. Or, a *super*-compact 8-in-1 spiralizer ideal for people who are interested in making more than zoodles. This tiny wonder can transform your veggies into pasta perfection, grate cheese, and juice your favorite fruits in a matter of seconds.
24. A wall-mounted grocery bag dispenser so you keep all of your bags in one place and have easy access to them. Now, you won't have to spend 20 minutes searching the floor of the pantry for that one last lonely bag.
26. A set of color-coded cutting boards with an icon to identify which food to cut on which mat that also makes it easier to avoid cross contamination.
27. A super straightforward waffle maker, a tool you probably feel you don't need until you actually get one.
28. A pancake batter dispenser sure to make you the ruler of hotcake perfection. You'll ~wow~ with your next set of pancakes, waffles, crepes, and more, as long as you get the measurements right. You can also use it to dispense cake batter, too.
29. A manual food chopper you can use to quickly chop up fruit, veggies, garlic, onion, herbs, and nuts. It's a manual, yes, but it's not labor intensive. Just pull the cord and your food will be chopped in no time.
30. A book stand that'll keep your cookbook open and in place while you're hands-deep into your new recipe.
31. A digital food thermometer if you've sliced your poor steak to death trying to make sure every part of it is cooked thoroughly. Just stick this thermometer in to check the temp and save your steak from further dismemberment.
32. A Partyclette for cheese lovers to saturate their favorite foods with freshly melted cheese. Your next picnic just leveled up.
33. A trio pan that'll let you try out three different lasagna recipes at one time, which pretty much makes it a must-have for meal preppers.
34. A set of reusable nonstick oven liners because anything that makes kitchen cleanup easier is an automatic must-have. The best thing about these oven liners is that they're dishwasher safe. It's easier to pop this in the washer than to deep-clean your entire oven.
35. An adjustable measuring cup so you can switch back and forth between measurements without having to look for the 1/4-cup tool that somehow got lost in the drawer.
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