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    33 Kitchen Products That Have Over 1,000 5-Star Reviews For A Reason

    These finds will be the ~star~ of your kitchen.

    1. A Ninja air fryer that'll perfectly cook up a wide range of foods with up to 75 percent less oil than traditional frying methods. From French fries and Brussels sprouts to poultry and fish, this tiny but mighty machine will crisp, roast, reheat, and even dehydrate all sorts of food for you.

    2. Some magnetic measuring spoons so you can quickly grab the spoon you need without having to fumble with opening and closing a ring. And the oval spoon end was designed specifically to fit into spice jars.

    3. A kitchen sink drain cover to capture all the foodstuff in your sink before it makes its way into your drain. The strainer portion is silicon, so when it's time to empty it you just pop it in and out.

    4. And a pack of foaming garbage disposal cleaner if your drain has a certain ~aroma~ that you can't seem to get rid of. It does a great job of dislodging buildup (decaying food, fats, oils, and grease that stick to the sides of your pipe) and eliminating odor that's lingering in your drain.

    blue foaming cleanser pushing its way out of the sink drain

    All you do is place one pouch in the disposal, run the water and disposal until the blue foam rises, and once the blue foam retreats back into the pipe you turn off the disposal and it's done! You don't have to scrub or do any cleanup. 

    Promising reviews: "We moved into a townhouse that had a garbage disposal in the kitchen. I never had one growing up and didn't think too much about it until the funky smell started. I researched ways to clean it and came across these. Decided to order a four-pack and try them. THEY ARE LIFE CHANGING. Just run some water, toss the packet in, and turn on the disposal. The little packet does all the hard work for you. I order a new set as soon as we start to run low." —lucas broshears

    Price: $3.78

    5. A mini waffle maker that makes 8" waffles in record time. It's small size means it's easy to store when not in use.

    6. A set of 24 spice jars and accompanying labels to create a cohesive look for all your spices. This way it'll take less time and be easier to spot what spices you need when it's time to get cooking.

    7. And a spice rack drawer organizer if you have an awesome collection of spices but no cabinet to store them in. This comes in a 10-foot roll that you can cut to size, and one roll provides enough length to organize 30+ full-size spice bottles.

    8. A set of six refrigerator organizers, because you deserve to open your fridge and know exactly where everything is. There's five bins and one egg carton, and the bins can stack if you're really trying to optimize every square inch of your fridge.

    The reviewer shows a very well-organized fridge using the containers

    9. A rapid egg cooker to cook up to six eggs any way you desire. Poached? You got it. Hard-boiled? Done. It can even make omelets. Simply select your number of eggs and set the timer. When it's done it'll automatically shut off.

    10. Takeya cold brew maker so you finally have cold brew exactly when you need it, no Starbucks run required. It makes up to four cups, and you can determine the strength of the brew by how long you let the coffee grinds marinate in the water. 

    Promising review: "This was my first cold brewing experience, but this product made it easy! Just put your coffee in the filter, fill it with water, and forget it in the fridge for a day! Plus, I love that everything comes apart easily and can be put in the dishwasher." —shackelforrd

    Price: $27.99+ (available in one or two quart sizes) 

    Check out one BuzzFeeder's full review of the Takeya cold brew maker to learn more about why we love it.

    11. Or a Keurig mini coffee brewer if you're more of a hot coffee person, and specifically one cup at a time.  One K-Cup makes a single cup of coffee between 6 and 12 ounces.

    Reviewer image of blue coffee maker
    Reviewer image of pink coffee maker

    Promising review: "I wanted to have more room in my condo kitchen, so I bought this little Keurig and put the great big one away. I was able to put my toaster next to it, and it freed up so much room. It is very easy to use. The color matches my walls, and I like not having that big well of water to fill. It takes just a bit longer to make a cup of coffee, but it brews my Pike Place Starbucks just as well as the big one did. It is actually more convenient because of not having to deal with that big plastic thing on the back, and because you can make exactly enough coffee for your cup if you use your cup to fill it!" —Proflizzie

    Price: $79+ (available in six colors)

    12. A set of silicone stove counter gap covers to make sure no cooking crumbs fall between the cracks of your stove and countertops. Because once they do, you know there's no finding them EVER again, which can lead to some really stinky situations! 

    The covers just slip right into the gap — there's no adhesive involved — so you can easily remove and clean them whenever necessary.

    Promising review: "I've been using these for about a week on my new freestanding range. When they removed my old range, I was really surprised to see how much stuff had slipped through! Now, when I cook, I can see the splatters and seasonings left on the silicone that would have fallen between the stove and the counter. These gap fillers really do clean up easily, too. Although they are that extra thing to clean, I prefer that to knowing there's a mess hiding in the cracks." —JMom

    Price: $10.95+ (available in three sizes and three colors)

    13. A set of two silicone baking mats that'll replace single-use parchment paper. If you're a fan of baking but not of finicky parchment, consider these reusable mats that baked goods will never stick to.

    14. A fruit infusion pitcher to create delicious flavored water whenever you want. From lime and mint to strawberry and lemon, your combination options will be endless.

    The pitcher filled with water and infused with mint, lemon, and cucumber

    15. A rechargeable electric wine opener and foil cutter, because you deserve to not struggle when it comes to opening a bottle of wine. Open up to 30 bottles on a single charge.

    16. An easy-to-use blender that can chop, mix, blend, whip, grind, and more. And because of its compact size, it's the perfect fit for single servings like a smoothie or cup of salsa.

    Magic Bullet with a smoothie

    17. A tortilla warmer to make sure your tortillas are always the perfect temp when it's time to load one up. Reviewers remark that it keeps all sorts of other foodstuffs warm too, like naan, falafel, and even French toast.

    Tortillas in a warmer, a taco, a bowl of salsa, and a bowl of lime slices

    18. An Imarku Pro Chef's Knife if you cook often and need an amazing knife as your co-pilot. Folks remark that it stays extremely sharp for a very long time, which is important because it can actually be dangerous to use a dull knife for chopping — the blade can easily slide off whatever you're trying to slice and hit your fingers. Avoid that situation with this baddie instead.

    19. An anti-fatigue, ergonomic kitchen mat to give you proper support when you're cooking or cleaning dishes. Not only is it anti-fatigue, but it's super easy to clean, too!

    20. An Instant Pot that is truly, just honestly so essential to any kitchen. This thing does it all: pressure cook, slow cook, cook rice, steam, sauté even makes yogurt. If I could only have one small appliance in my entire kitchen, it would be this one.

    21. A food storage set that includes eight 30-ounce containers with lids. If you're someone who meal preps or constantly has a lot of leftovers, this set is a must-have.

    a photo of the entire set being used to meal prep in a fridge

    22. A cabinet door organizer to give your cutting boards a home of their own. This smartly hangs on the inside of your cabinet door, so the items you store won't take up valuable cabinet shelf or drawer space.

    23. A digital kitchen scale so you can accurately weigh ingredients, which is super important if you bake a lot. The unit button instantly converts between six units of measurement, which will make life so much easier.

    Small kitchen scale with pepper on top

    24. A 15-piece set of airtight food containers if you have a lot of nonperishables and want to organize them in a way that makes visual sense. Now everything will be labeled and clear.

    reviewer image of the full 15 piece Airtight Food Storage Containers Set in a cabinet being used to store different kinds of food

    25. Or a set of Oxo food storage containers if you want your pantry to be super organized and look like a work of art. Not only do they look great and make pantries so organized, but the airtight seal really does prolong the life of nonperishable items like pastas, flour, and chips.

    Push down the button on the top to activate the airtight seal. To open, just push down again for the button to pop up. The lid also comes apart for easier cleaning.

    Promising review: "Love the Oxo pop-top canisters! They seal well and open easily with a press to the pop-top. I have arthritis in my hands and these are fabulous and so easy to open, yet so secure when the lid is popped close. Also has a useful knob on the bottom of the lid so you can stick an Oxo scoop inside the container to the lid rather than down in whatever you are storing in the container." —Lori A. Fregin

    Price: $99.99+ (available in a seven-, 10-, or 20-piece set) 

    26. A digital food thermometer for checking the doneness of cooked foods like meat and poultry.

    Reviewer checks the temperature of cooked meat

    27. A bakeware rack to keep cookie sheets, pans, and lids organized and accessible. Now whenever you need that one thing, you'll just pull it out instead of having to sift through a pile of bakeware.

    reviewer photo showing lids to pots and pans neatly organized in the bakeware rack

    28. A silverware sorter if you have a silverware set but not enough room to store it. This genius design can fit 24 pieces of cutlery, but will only take up a third of a drawer.

    reviewer photo showing the silverware organizer along with several other kitchen utensils in the drawer

    29. A garlic chopper to mince or chop garlic in mere seconds. You put a few cloves in, and then use your hand to roll it across your countertop a few times. Then, voilà! You literally have minced garlic. It really works that quickly.

    reviewer holding chopper filled with chopped garlic

    30. A can dispenser if you're a person with a lot of canned food items but no real way to organize them. This can hold up to 36 cans.

    reviewer photo showing the can organizer in their pantry filled with cans

    31. A magnetic paper towel holder to put on your fridge so that you free up counter space. Trust me, you don't know how much countertop space your traditional paper towel holder is using until you try this magnetic one.

    32. An ice cube tray with a lid to make a copious amount of small ice cubes. The mold tray can make 55 mini nugget ice cubes, and the ice box can hold three trays' worth of cubes.