40 Of The Best Kitchen Products Under $20 You Can Get On Amazon
A mix of stylish and practical things that should probably be more than $20. (I'm not complaining, though.)
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1. A rapid egg cooker, which prepares six eggs in any manner your heart desires — hard-, medium-, and soft-boiled eggs, two poached eggs, scrambled eggs, you name it.
2. A mini single-serve blender for days you're running late to work but are still determined to have a nutritious, well-rounded breakfast.
3. A French press coffee maker that'll make a great gift for the person in your life who would never be caught dead with a K-cup in their hand.
5. A potato masher that'll make you want to eat mashed potatoes with every meal (mad respect if you do).
6. A set of nonstick oven liners because you probably know the struggle of cleaning up crusted-over residue from the inside of your oven all too well.
7. A curvy stainless steel flatware set sure to make you feel like you're eating off a pricey Scandinavian tasting menu.
8. A "blue apple" case that'll save you big bucks on your difficult-to-maintain produce by extending its shelf life by two to three times.
11. And a sworn-by Magic Eraser, if the mere thought of cleanup always holds you back from meal-prepping.
12. An easy-to-use pot that'll allow you to cook rice and steam vegetables at the same time. Also: It can be used to make oatmeal, chili, and soup!
14. A microfiber dish-drying mat with a marble design you'll love with every micro-fiber of your being.
17. A rotary peeler with the choice of three different blade types, perfect for any fruit or vegetable.
18. A set of multipurpose mesh bags that'll keep your fruits and veggies fresh for longer (but also hold toys, and protect clothes in the laundry, if you want to use 'em for that!).
22. A terracotta bear that's just very happy (or is that fear on his face? — hard to read, tbh) to be tossed in your jar of brown sugar and keep it fresh for up to six months.
23. A foldable cutting board so you can dump your sliced veggies right into your pot when you've finished.
24. A cherry stoner to remove the pits from your cherries and not leave your kitchen looking like a crime scene in the process.
25. A pair of multipurpose kitchen scissors with five different blades for all of your herb-chopping needs.
26. An attachable "scrap trap" with a scraper (think: dustpan and broom for your countertops) that'll make the transfer of scraps to garbage as seamless as ever.
29. A 5-quart nonstick sauté pan with a lid, so you can finally make that ambitious dish you were worried would burn to a crisp in your other cookware.
31. An expandable shelf that you can put in your cabinets or on your kitchen counter to make use of vertical space.
32. A set of classy stainless steel measuring cups so you don't have to play the guessing game again.
33. A pack of oven-rack shields for anyone who is constantly burning themselves on their rack, whether they're taking protective measures or not.
34. A clip-on strainer that won't drain you of your will to make delicious pasta (just your pasta water).
35. A tip-out tray for your cleaning supplies, if you have those false drawers under your sink that aren't pulling much weight.
37. A pastry mould to make dumplings, pierogis, ravioli, pot stickers — the list goes on — with, truly, very little skill required.
38. A sworn-by microwave pasta cooker for anyone who just doesn't have the time to wait around for water to boil. (Also ideal for college students and those with limited mobility.)
40. And a squeeze station that sorts baby food and liquids into ready-to-go pouches — perfect for the overworked parent.
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