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Posted on Jan 1, 2017

13 Life-Changing Items To Add To Your Kitchen In 2017

Amazon users gave these products a *chef kissing his fingers* review.

1. This silicone spatula that gets every last drop:

Promising review: "I love these. They are perfect for getting that last little bit out of the bottom of a can. The silicone handle/head are all one piece so the head doesn't slip off like some others I've owned." —DRB

Price: $5.95 // Rating: 4.8/5

2. A slow cooker for all your cozy (and bulk) food needs:

Promising review: "Things I've made it in which turned out amazing: A small turkey, a large chicken, pot roast, pork tenderloin roasts, soups, stews. If you don't have it, get it!" —DJ E.f.x.

Price: $19.99 // Rating: 4.5/5

3. A serious garlic press that's easy to clean, too:

Promising review: "I am a personal chef, and therefore, I spend a lot of time in the kitchen. I was looking for a garlic press that could handle a lot of work. This press is very heavy duty and made of very sturdy material. It is also super easy to clean which is a huge blessing and makes my life much easier." —Tony

Price: $17.87 // Rating: 4.7/5

4. An avocado slicer to help you get that pesky pit:

Promising review: "I was a WRECK at avocado peeling, until I bought this. This thing saves my life. So worth the cost and is easy to clean, just rinse under hot water immediately after use! Love it!" —Lexi

Price: $7.95 // Rating: 4.4/5

5. A heavy-duty cutting board fit for a serious chef:

Promising review: "This is a wonderful cutting board. I want to keep it in the condition it's in now so I will be purchasing some sort of sealant/wax. The "moat" around the edges is great. Keeps my counters and my clothing more clean when I'm chopping. Would purchase again!" —M. Hulscher

Price: $19.95 // Rating: 4.8/5

6. Bento box containers for all your on-the-go needs:

Promising review: "I have a few different bentos, and this is my favorite so far. The removable containers make packing and cleaning a breeze. I use the larger section for microwavable foods, so it's really convenient." —vilegrin

Price: $16.97 per set // Rating: 4.7/5

7. A mandoline for easy and even slices:

Promising review: "Always wanted a mandoline slicer but most are terribly expensive. This was not only affordable but works amazingly. I love the push button to change out the blade sizes, and the veggie holder works wonderfully." —Suzanne Lind

Price: $19.99 // Rating: 4.3/5

8. A rice cooker for great grains:

Promising review: "This rice cooker works great! It's set it and forget it and the rice is always perfect, never overdone, and it doesn't stick to the bottom or sides of the pot! I hate the cleanup from cooking in a regular pot, but this is the easiest cleanup." —Pam Mende

Price: $32.88 // Rating: 4.4/5

9. Flexible mixing bowls that make pouring a breeze:

Promising review: "I was so excited to finally find these flexible bowls. The three sizes give me the options that I wanted. When using my stand mixer, it's the perfect way to neatly add the dry ingredients to cookies. It's so much easier than scooping in a little at a time, or pouring from a rigid mixing bowl." —Sarah Berthold

Price: $36.77 // Rating: 4.5/5

10. A fruit coring and peeling kit for perfect produce:

Promising review: "Great tool set! Extremely good quality. The materials used are heavy duty. I especially love the melon cutter and the strawberry doo-dad." —Lorrie

Price: $17.50 // Rating: 4.8/5

11. An egg cooker to help you nail breakfast:

Promising review: "When I saw it, thought, 'what another as-seen-on-TV piece of junk,' but when I used it, it rocks! Easiest way to hard boil eggs ever." —KDDenn

Price: $19.91 // Rating: 4.6/5

12. A spiralizer for veggie noodles galore:

Promising review: "I've wanted this little tool for a while and I am so glad I finally got it. Being in a 70% raw diet I get tired of the same old salads and veggies. This little tool brings spark to everything. It also makes my life a breeze when making raw veggie lasagna. Make sure to get the 3 blades one!" —Lizette P

Price: $23.95 // Rating: 4.4/5

13. And finally, a mini food processor to chop in a snap:

Promising review: "Purchased this to make our own homemade baby food. This food processor is well worth the money. It takes up little space but has no problem getting the job done. Used this for everything from fruit/veggies to meats/poultry. Even after 6 months of regular use, the motor and blade are still in excellent shape." —Keebler

Price: $37.95 // Rating: 4.3/5

Now, go get your chef on.

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