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25 Products For People Who Love To Eat, But Suck At Cooking

Less stress, less mess, more eating. The products in this post were updated in March 2018.

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1. A set of measuring spoons for those hard-to-guess amounts that add juuuuust the right amount of flavor.

2. A set of silicone cups that make cooking perfectly poached eggs so much easier.

3. A seven-in-one Instant Pot cooker that (deep breath) pressure cooks, slow-cooks, makes rice, sautés, makes yogurt, steams food...and also keeps your dinner warm.

4. A smart scale that pairs with an app to ensure you bake with ✨ perfection ✨.

5. A cutting board with an infographic that helps you use the right spices for the right recipes.

6. A sushi-making kit that'll help you roll like a professional.

7. A beautifully informative print that identifies and describes herbs and spices so you can kick your food up a notch when it comes to flavor.

8. A stuffed patty mold that'll help you whip up a Jucy Lucy in the comfort of your own home — (you won't even have to wear pants).

9. An adjustable rolling pin that flattens dough to the uniform height of your choice — anywhere from 1/16" to 3/8".

10. A batter-dispenser that makes cupcakes, pancakes, and muffins 👏 perfectly uniform 👏.

Get it from Amazon for $18.99.

11. A pair of herb scissors that'll make you say, "Chopping skills? Who needs 'em!"

12. A detailed cutting board that's also a sizing guide for a proper dice, small dice, julienne, brunoise, and more.

13. A Hello Fresh subscription that's basically like a cooking class you can do at home.

Perfect for people who love activities but don't love human interaction with strangers.

Meals start at $8.74.

14. A four-in-one chopper that'll keep you from shedding tears over some onions.

15. A set of square rings that make fried eggs perfectly sized to top a piece of avocado toast.

16. A greens stripper and infuser spoon that adds extra flavor to stews and sauces — without having to fish them out at the end.

Get it from Joseph Joseph or Amazon for $5.99.

17. A citrus reamer that stores the extra juice for your next meal — because who wants to waste a whole lemon for just one teaspoon of juice?

18. A gourmet porcini mushroom ravioli kit for any self-proclaimed fungi.

19. A meat tenderizer that makes tough meat a problem of the past.

20. A pretty kitchen print that doubles as a cheat sheet for measurement conversions or veggie cooking times.

Get it from Follygraph on Etsy for $19 (conversion chart) and $14+ (veggie cooking times).

Check out their whole selection of kitchen infographic prints here.

21. A handy guide to the most important kitchen skills, from how long ingredients keep to how to plan a food budget to how to sharpen a knife.

Get it from Amazon for $9.95.

And check out our picks for the best chef's knife on BuzzFeed Reviews.

22. A triple-threat tool that peels potatoes and soft foods like tomatoes, and also juliennes.

You can even use it to make li'l veggie noodles.

Get it from Amazon for $8.50.

23. A scissor slicer that makes fast work of prepping produce.

Get them from Amazon for $15.24.

24. A copper-plated gauge that measures the perfect portion of pasta for your party.

25. And a pasta machine that makes fresh, homemade spaghetti, penne, and fettuccini at the touch of a button.

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