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1.A mini waffle maker that will churn out adorably-sized, perfectly cooked-through waffles in mere minutes. If you're waffling on the waffles, you can also use it for hash browns, paninis, biscuits, and even (gasp) PIZZA. If you can dream it, you can mini waffle it.
2.A rapid egg cooker so versatile it can cook eggs in five different ways, all just using the steam from the water you measure into the machine. Plus, for the meal preppers out there, you can get a week's worth of hard-boiled or medium-boiled eggs for breakfasts on the go in a matter of minutes — an egg-cellent timesaver, if I do say so myself.
3.A tiny milk frother to make everything you drink taste like it was lovingly handcrafted by a barista instead of you blearily in the kitchen without pants. It's also teensy for storing and cleans with a quick stream of hot running water, so even the laziest among us can get 'gram-worthy drinks.
4.A compact electric hand mixer that will easily whip your creams, mix your doughs, and meringue your egg whites without causing a whole two-act-with-intermission production like its larger counterparts.
5.An avocado slicer small enough to slide into your utensil drawer – it'll more than earn its keep by taking care of those pesky pits and giving you slices so perfectly portioned you'll break your friends' Instagram feeds.
6.A collapsible microwave popcorn maker that doubles as a serving bowl, so you can pop movie theater-level corn while only using up a Frisbee's worth of valuable space. All you have to do is add generic kernels + whatever oils or butters you feel in your heart, and you'll be raring to go.
7.A breakfast sandwich maker that will not only spare you the hassle of waiting in line for one during the commuter rush, but will only take up a teensy bit of counter space. This fella may be small in size, but it can cook an egg, toast bread, warm precooked meat, and melt cheese into the perfect sammie in less than five human minutes.
8.A cold brew coffee maker to free up space on your counter by fitting neatly in your fridge, and that's bonkers easy to use — all you have to do is add coffee to the airtight brewer, add your water to the coffee maker, and pop it in the fridge overnight. The Starbucks mermaid is shaking.
9.A personal blender that saves you an extra step by blending it in a portable cup you can drink it from. Basically you can dump in your produce, shake it up, pop the top off, and be on your merry green way — all without sacrificing more than a few inches of precious counter space.
10.A pint-sized and K-cup compatible single-serve coffee maker so you can choose your own (itty bitty) caffeinated adventure. Don't be fooled by its size, though — it only takes 90 seconds to brew the perfect cup.
11.A magnetic hanging utensil set that includes (*DEEP BREATH*) a slotted spatula, spaghetti server, slotted spoon, solid spoon, and a ladle, all design to nest into each other and take up significantly less space in your drawers by living compactly on your counter.
12.An air fryer to cook so many different dishes using the power of rapid air technology that you can ditch half the other appliances taking up in your kitchen. Perfectly crisped french fries and chicken wings in 20 minutes, no oil required!! The future is now.
13.An electric food chopper that will make you feel like a contestant on one of those cooking shows where somebody cries, except you'll be crying tears of relief (that it doesn't take up so much space in your nonexistent kitchen).
14.A two-in-one toaster and toaster oven, so you can have toast on toast on toast without shelling out the space (or the dough) for two different appliances. Only a true bread stan understands the dire need to keep your toasting options open.
15.An Instant Pot that will prove itself worthy of your microscopic counter by whipping up everything from soups to meat dishes to eggs to rice to — wait for it — CAKE. Plus, it's preprogrammed, so a lot of these dishes you can whip up literally by putting them in the pot and pressing a button.
16.A vegetable spiralizer – it comes with five interchangeable blade settings to magic your plain old veggies into stir fries, zoodle dishes, soups, and more, so you can get rid of the random assortment of knives in your drawer and replace them with One Blade Machine To Rule Them All.
17.A microwave pasta maker that cooks pasta so fast and effectively it will tempt you to throw your boiling pot away. Less time, less water, less space = more energy to expend eating glorious carbs.
18.A mug warmer to keep your coffee and tea at the perfect temperature while you're navigating your tiny kitchen, and will take up so little space that if it weren't for the glory of your caffeinated beverage, you might just forget that it's there.
19.A teensy cooktop burner that heats up quickly without any flame or heating element, and even switches itself off after a minute if it doesn't detect any cookware, so you can get you can seriously up your breakfast game without also seriously upping your "Ruh roh, did I turn off the stove this morning?" nightmares.
20.A compact bread maker which, arguably, a tiny kitchen does not *need*, but also ... bread. Fresh, glorious, wafting through the entire kitchen bread. Sourdough! Wheat! Country! French! Heck, you can even make cake in this thing (aka the best kind of bread). It has earned its appliance space rights.
21.A small but effective rice cooker that will make eight cups of rice, and neatly pop into the dishwasher when you're done. It also comes with a built-in steamer, so if you're like, "Get this bread! But also these veggies!!", you can prep them at the same time.
22.A snap-on pasta strainer to free your pasta from its hot juices straight from the pot, and will spare you half the aggressive storage to boot (is it just me or are colanders always in the business of being exactly in the way of whatever it is you need?).
23.A mini immersion blender that you can use with your hand to whip up a smoothie right in the glass without a full-scale blending production. It also works for making milkshakes (important!), salsas (also important!), and soup (less important, but you do you!), so a whole new culinary world is at your literal fingertips.
24.A small three-tier cooling rack, for when your oven bites off something that your limited counter space can't quite chew (read: you watched To All The Boys I've Loved Before on Netflix again and went into a reckless cookie baking spree).
25.A silicone muffin mold that is way more versatile than the regular cupcake tin wasting space in your drawers — this can cook eggs, pastries, and muffins without a ton of nonstick prep, and with ridiculously easy cleanup.
26.A neat little pineapple cutter to peel, core, and slice up your fruit in a matter of seconds, so you can stop ~pining~ for your pineapple and start putting it in your mouth.
27.A trio of trivet mats that will protect your poor tiny counters from hot pots and pans when your equally tiny stove gets too crowded for them. (Bonus: you can also use these to open jars! No more googling hacks for opening pickle jars at two in the morning! Small victories.)
28.A lazy Susan turntable for your pantry or fridge that will make storing and perusing your condiment stash (read: all six bottles of sriracha) a total cinch.
You living it up in your tiny kitchen now that there's actually space to rock out.