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    27 Products To Help You Cook Without Dirtying The Entire Kitchen

    Just what you need to finally convince yourself to cook.

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    1. A set of oven liners to catch crumbs before they permanently attach themselves to your oven. Raise your hand if you hate cleaning your oven. Great. Now take that same hand and click the "add to cart" button.

    2. A bamboo cutting board that comes with dishwasher-safe color-coded mats so you only have to wash the ones you use.

    3. A pan splash guard from Shark Tank for catching oil splatter. As someone who has a gas stove, this is truly life-changing because it would save me the hassle of removing the heavy grill plates to clean the stove. With this, all the mess is on the inside of the guard and comes off easy with just soap and sponge or in the dishwasher.

    4. And speaking of gas stoves, a set of reusable burner covers, because you can never be too prepared. They're non-stick and heat-resistant so you can easily clean them with soapy water or in the dishwasher.

    5. A collapsible splatter guard so last night's spaghetti leftovers don't turn your microwave into a Jackson Pollock painting. This lil' guy is collapsible and dishwasher-safe so you can easily store it (or keep it in the microwave) when you're not using it.

    6. A spill stopper to prevent your pot of pasta from boiling over and creating a mess — that you will have to clean — on your stove.

    7. A pot clip for holding your utensils aloft and over the pot so if they drip it's not all over your freshly washed counters.

    8. Or a stainless steel spoon rest, because it fits with your kitchen's minimalist aesthetic — and by that we mean not one speck of dirt allowed.

    9. A slotted spoon if you really want to cut down your number of dirty dishes. It has a notch on the side so you can rest it directly on the side of the pot. (Don't worry, it's heat-resistant up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit!) And when you're done, just toss it in the dishwasher.

    10. A gap cover so you don't spend every weekend trying to wedge a broom in the tiny space between your stove and the counter.

    11. A Potato Express, a microwaveable bag that'll perfectly cook your tater so you don't have to wait an hour for it to bake in the oven. It's also great for reheating old bread, tortillas, and corn on the cob.

    12. A pack of reusable toaster bags to satisfy your 2 a.m. grilled cheese cravings in minutes. This sure beats making it in a pan...and then having to clean said pan.

    13. A deep spoon that can hold a tablespoon of liquid for when your recipe calls for two tablespoons of oil and you'd really rather not have to wash the measuring cups too.

    14. An adjustable measuring cup with a rotating body that easily dispenses sticky foods like peanut butter and honey because we're all tired of having to dirty another spatula just to empty the measuring cup.

    15. A set of flexible measuring cups if you need to get really precise with your pours instead of spilling half the liquid down the side of your regular stiff measuring cups.

    16. A dishwasher-safe personal blender so you're not dirtying a huge blender when you make your daily morning smoothie.

    17. A snap-on silicone strainer to help you drain the potatoes instead of dirtying your bulky colander (where is that by the way?). An added bonus: it's dishwasher-safe so clean up is a breeze.

    18. A truly ~egg-celent~ rapid egg cooker that'll whip you up an omelette (or soft-, medium-, or hard-boiled egg as well as poached eggies) without you ever having to dirty a pan. Reviewers even use it to steam frozen dumplings!

    19. A rapid ramen cooker for when you feel like eating trash — not cleaning it up. Plus you can eat out of it, which means you're not dirtying another bowl and spoon.

    20. A George Foreman grill with removable grilling plates you can toss in the dishwasher when you're done, because after making a panini on the stove you're somehow left with a mountain of dishes, pans, and silverware that needs to be washed.

    21. A 7-in-1 Instant Pot that'll whip you up dinner without you ever needing to open your cluttered pots and pans drawer.

    22. A sandwich bag holder so you can transport your food without spilling half of it on the counter. We recommend these reusable silicone bags if you're trying to reduce your plastic use.

    23. A grater prep bowl to replace your grater and slicer; this baby does it all (and keeps it stored so nicely) so you only have to clean one tool rather than three.

    24. A flat colander for catching all your trimmings and peelings when you don't have a garbage disposal or want to save them for composting. No more getting your hands dirty having to scoop them into the trash yourself.

    25. A silicone bread maker if you love carbs and hate messes (it me!). Now you can bake your bread in one container and then toss the sleeve in the dishwasher when it's dirty.

    26. An angled cutting board that'll catch all the juice from your meats and produce so it doesn't end up all over your counter.

    27. Or, a foldable cutting board, because we all know the struggle of trying to tip your chopped onions into the pan from your regular cutting board and watching half of them fall on the stove.

    Pls don't let this be you:

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