31 Products For Anyone Who Basically Can't Even Boil Water
These may not turn you into a *master* chef, but at the very least they'll help you actually prepare yourself a meal. Small steps!
These gloves to help stop any accidental finger amputations while you attempt to do some slicing and dicing.
This pasta measuring tool so you can finally figure out exactly how much pasta you should be making.
These oven mitts because you should never, at any point, try to take things out of the oven with your bare hands.
This food thermostat to prevent you from giving everyone food poisoning — again.
This baking mat so you can always have the right measurements when you're learning how to make a pie crust — the hardest of all freakin' things to make.
This cookbook that'll let you experiment in the kitchen without actually having to cook any meat ('cause that may be too much too soon).
Or this cookbook because let's be real, instant noodles are your signature dish and you should probably figure out how best to prepare them.
This print that'll let you know when your favorite fruits and veggies are in season so you can start cooking with the freshest of ingredients.
This vegetable dicer perfect for getting those finely chopped veggies that you'd probably cut your fingers off trying to do by hand.
This clip-on strainer so you don't have to do that very uncomfortable juggling session when you're trying to drain your pasta.
This olive oil sprayer to guarantee you don't waste any precious olive oil 'cause that shit is expensive.
These reusable toaster bags because if there is one oven you'll be able to master, it'll be the toaster oven.
This print that'll help explain all the math behind your meal.
This anti-slip cutting board to make sure your food (and knife) don't go sliding around when you're trying to chop like at lightning speeds because you watched too many episodes of Top Chef.
Or these clearly labeled ones so you don't accidentally spread salmonella everywhere.
This microwaveable corn steamer for all those times you just want a little corn in your life but trying to play that "Have I cooked them long enough?" game is just too much.
This timer that'll make sure you don't overcook (or undercook things) while still being cute AF.
These silicone tongs to grab things and rotate them, something you should do when you're cooking. FYI.
These spatulas made with silicone to help keep them flexible and your bakeware scratch-free.
This avocado tool even you — the person who has only had a few packets of ketchup and soy sauce in their fridge for the last two months — will wonder how you ever lived without.
This microwaveable rice cooker to make the perfect amount of rice with just the push of a few buttons — instead of enough rice to feed your entire neighborhood.
This food storage bag holder because when you can't cook and you only have two hands, there is no possible way you'll be able to get things into your baggie without spilling.
This toaster with a window so you can track your toast's progress and stop burning every damn piece you try to make.
This cookbook that's as magical as your cooking will become.
This popcorn maker for learning to make movie theater popcorn from the comfort of your sweatpants.
This egg cooker because believe it or not, the hardest thing to learn to cook are fuckin' eggs.
This microwaveable pasta cooker you'll love and wonder why everyone says cooking can be really hard — it's obviously not, 'cause you mastered this thing.
This breakfast sandwich maker for McDonald's quality breakfast sandwiches your friends won't believe you made.
This tablet stand so you can follow along with your soon-to-be favorite recipes that you just found online.
This Tasty One-Pot that automatically adjusts its temperature, tracks cook time, and even tells you when to add ingredients or stir, based on whatever recipe you're cooking from the Tasty app.
And this kitchen towel to throw at all the haters who have yet to experience your culinary talents.
IRL footage of you cooking after getting all this stuff!
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