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26 Kitchen Products You Need If You Love Pastel-Colored Everything

All kitchenware should only be in mint green, blush pink, baby blue, and lavender — there, I said it.

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1. A set of ceramic non-stick cookware because nothing screams adult-life more than matching pots and pans. Also, I can't get over this color.

Oh, and here's a bonus: This set also comes with four cooking utensils.

Promising review: "These are exactly as advertised. I absolutely love this set of cookware. Even more so, the price. I have a gas stove, and after using the frying pan on high, the pan looks like it wasn't even touched. My eggs slid around like they were figure skaters on ice. So far, every single piece has performed exactly the same. If asked would I recommend this set, my answer would be YES." —Michael

Get a 16-piece set from Amazon for $85.99 (available in three colors), or a 14-piece set from Target for $79.99 or Walmart (available in three colors) for $79.90.

3. A retro microwave so stylish, you'll actually want it out on the counter for the world to see.

Promising review: "Super cute microwave that just fit inside the space that we need. It seems to heat things really well (faster than the bigger microwave that we used to have) and the defrost function really seems to defrost quickly, evenly, and without pre-cooking the food. I really like the knob that you spin to set the time (so cute!), and the 30-second push button is perfect for quickly adding time. I thought we might feel annoyed about having to turn the microwave ON each time we used it, but it's really not an issue." —Jamie D.

Get it from Amazon for $97.95 (also available in white).


4. A multi-colored knife set so you can easily assign each one for meats, produce, breads, AND add some fun color to your kitchen.

Ok, most of these are pastel-colored — but regardless, they're still purty has heck.

Promising review: "They are super sharp, and have a great ergonomic handle. The weight and balance is really nice. The set includes every type of knife you might need, and I love the fact that each one comes with it's own protective blade guard. I think these would make a great gift for a young person who is setting up their first home; good knives and cutting boards are so useful!" —S. Rudy

Get it from Amazon for $25.90 or Macy's for $49.99.

6. A glass cutting board with a pastel faux-quartz pattern that'll give your kitchen a fun, luxe vibe.

Promising review: "Lovely cutting board. It hasn’t dulled my knives and there are no scratches on the cutting board. This seems more hygienic to me." —Rita Ann Jones

Get it from Amazon for $15.99.

7. A stoneware teapot that'll make you want to throw all the tea parties just because.

Promising review: "I purchased this teapot for my daughter's Valentine's tea party. I was impressed with how much tea the pot could hold, filling many five ounce teacups. The pink hue was perfect for the color scheme used and solid with zero variations between lid and pot. The pot itself is sturdy and has some weight to it but we didn't need something too fragile. I will be buying this pot again." —Brittany J. Fletcher

Get it from Amazon for $17.95.


8. A lil' sink caddy for holding your sponges and dish brushes. It's so convenient, you'll honestly wonder why you didn't have one sooner.

Aaannnd, SINKS ARE FILTHY. They're dirtier than your toilet, so keeping your sponges — which, you know, you clean your DISHES with — out of the sink is a good idea.

Get it from Amazon for $7.95.

9. An easy-to-use mini popcorn maker, because movie nights aren't complete without freshly made snacks.

It yields 16 cups of popcorn so you're set if you have guests over. Or you can just have a solo movie night and save all of it for yourself.

Get it from Urban Outfitters for $29 or Amazon for $29.99.


12. A retro-style toaster, in the most magical shade of pink, that you'll want to use daily just because it's so freakin' pretty.

Promising review: "I absolutely love this toaster! It evenly toasts bread. It’s consistent. It can handle wider slices without popping up because the bread is too wide. I’m super happy with this purchase. It was worth the price. Not only does it work well it looks awesome too! Love, love, love it!" —Amazon Customer

Get it from Urban Outfitters (available in three colors) or Amazon (available in six colors) for $149.95.

14. A magical unicorn tea mug for the times when you just need some more whimsy in your day.

15. A mini food processor so you can quickly dice, chop, grind, and blend in style.

Promising review: "I’ve been using this three-cup mini food processor for almost two years now. I only cook for two, so it’s the perfect size for us. I’ve used it to make smoothies, grind nuts, and prepare sauces. I’ve even used it to grind oatmeal into oatmeal flour. I have a small kitchen and only have room for the most useful equipment/utensils. This one passes the test. It is also easy to clean…no nooks or crannies for food to get stuck in." —Value Guy

Get it from Amazon (available in nine colors) or Target (available in four colors) for $39.95.


17. A pistachio green, space-friendly electric kettle because waiting for water to boil is just too much. Make teas, warm beverages, and hot cereal.

Promising review: "So far I've been quite happy with this. It heats up quite quickly, even when the water is fresh out of the cold tap, in the dead of winter in the northeast; and believe me, that water is COLD. The handle stays cool to the touch, and the kettle is easy to lift because it's easy to find a good balance point on the handle, something which can be a real issue with larger electric kettles we've had." —Beth Adcock

Get it from Amazon for $74.99 (available in six colors) or Crate and Barrel for $79.99 (available in three colors).

19. An egg cooker that'll whip up the perfect boiled egg for you (in under ten minutes!) so you can quit stressing out and Googling, how to boil an egg?

You seriously just walk away and let this do its thing! I've actually used this before and originally thought it was silly. But after testing it out, it was truly a relief to not worry about time. All I had to do was prick holes in the tops of the eggs, fill it with water, and turn it on. It comes with helpful instructions, so once you do it, you're pretty much set. It's a great little purchase for anyone who loves to eat eggs!

Get it from Amazon for $19.99+ (available in four colors).


22. A hand mixer that'll keep you from losing any pieces because the beaters cleverly snap into the side. Plus, its unique shape makes it a real space saver!

23. A single-serve Keurig so you never have to waste a pot of coffee again. Just brew and drink at your liking!

Promising review: "This coffee maker has met all my expectations. Once I found the coffee blends I like best, I can have my favorite cup any time of day or any mood. No more wasting pots of coffee. I enjoy tea sometimes and while I can make a cup at a time in the microwave or from hot water in the kettle, this is still easier. This design is a real space saver, too. I don't have much counter space. It heats up quickly, too." —Patricia A. Davis

Get it from Amazon for $104.34+ (available in eight colors), or the Keurig 2.0 from Jet for $129.99.


25. A two-in-one strainer and bowl set that'll make it even easier to wash fruit, drain pasta, and save your food from falling down the drain.

Promising review: "Wonderful product! I can strain things without worrying about the water in the sink flowing back into the colander, keep noodles in water while I make bundles, soak vegetables and easily strain later, and I can even use the bowl for mixing. It is a little flimsy, but that's expected because it is a softer plastic. I plan to buy more as gifts. Love the color too!" —Scooter1203

Get it from Amazon for $7.99 (available in two colors).

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