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    31 Kitchen Products From Walmart That Won't Just Make Your Life Easier, But Also Upgrade Your Cooking Game

    After you try them, you'll wonder how you ever lived without these amazing products.

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    1. A silicone nonstick baking mat to replace disposable parchment, wax paper, and foil. Reviewers swear this bad boy is just as good as a Silpat, for a fraction of the cost.

    The baking sheet

    2. A color-coded set of Cuisinart ceramic coated knives whose nonstick coating is sure to make slicing and cleaning a whole lot easier. And with color-coordinated guards for each knife, your blades will stay extra sharp, for an extra long time.

    The knives, lined up in order of size

    3. A eight-quart Instant Pot, to save you time and expand your culinary horizons. Instant Pots cook food up to 70% faster than using the stove. I use mine almost every day, and it's so darn easy I find myself making all kinds of stuff I never would have tried before. Mac 'n' cheese? Yoghurt? Cinnamon rolls? Yes, yes, yes!

    The instant pot, shown being used to make mac and cheese

    4. A Pyrex baking dish, with handles for easy grabbing, that comes with a nifty lid so when you have any leftovers, all you have to do is cover the dish and pop it into the fridge.

    5. A Zojirushi water boiler and warmer, so you can always have hot water ready for you at the push of a button. Reviewers love both the functionality and the longevity — because these things last ~forever~.

    A person using the water boiler to make tea

    6. And! A Zojurishi rice cooker with Fuzzy Logic technology that monitors the rice while it's cooking and adjusts the temperature and heating time so that it cooks exactly perfect every time.

    7. A breakfast sandwich maker so you can enjoy bodega-style deliciousness without leaving your kitchen.

    The sandwich maker on a countertop with a completed sandwich

    8. A silicone muffin pan with a nonstick surface that'll let you make muffins, brownies, cupcakes, mini quiches, and more without the hassle of paper liners.

    The pan with baked muffins inside

    9. A Cuisinart 8-cup food processor so you can whip up a party-sized portion of salsa or hummus in just a few seconds. The efficiency is almost magical.

    The food processor

    10. An Lodge enameled cast-iron Dutch oven designed for perfectly even heating, made with the exceptional quality Lodge is known for.

    The pot, with risotto in it

    11. A set of four flexible cutting boards with a special nonslip texture reviewers swear by.

    The mats, with food on them

    12. A KitchenAid stand mixer because you've binge watched all eleven seasons of the Great British Baking Show and now you can't stop thinking about bread.

    The mixer, shown in a kitchen scene with plaited bread dough

    13. A 2-pound bread maker for when you've binge-watched all 11 seasons of the Great British Baking Show and realize just how hard it is to get bread right when making it the old-fashioned way.

    The bread maker, shown on a countertop with bread

    14. A Tasty 5-quart stainless-steel mixing bowl with upgraded features reviewers love like a nonstick base, measuring marks, handle and pouring spout.

    The bowl on a counter with eggs

    15. A kitchen scale with one of the largest weighing plates in its class, so you can be extra precise whine measuring out your ingredients and portions.

    The scale, in green

    16. A combination air fryer/microwave/convection oven that not only cooks your fried favorites faster and with less oil but also combines convection and microwave cooking for super-speedy culinary delight. Genius!

    The oven, with fries inside

    17. An over-sink colander so whatever you're straining off can go right down the drain without you having to actually having to put your strainer ~inside~ the sink, because let's face it: sinks are gross.

    The colander in a sink, with carrots

    18. A Krups electric coffee grinder that you can also use to perfectly powder spices, nuts, and herbs.

    The black grinder with a transparent top

    19. A Pyrex 1-cup glass measuring cup that's thoughtfully designed out of thick heat-resistant glass, easy to read, and will probably last you a very, very long time.

    The measuring cup

    20. A Pioneer Woman stainless-steel 10.5- and 3.1-gallon oval trashcan set to keep your smelly kitchen garbage thoughtfully sealed away, and look good while doing it.

    The trash cans, in a blue floral print

    21. A Black & Decker four-slice toaster because if two slices at a time isn't fast enough, it's got you covered.

    The toaster with bagels inside

    22. A refrigerator organizer set that includes an egg holder and drinks bin, to to tame the mess that's usually lurking within the icebox.

    The organizer set in a fridge

    23. A three-piece Rachel Ray Yum-O! nonstick cookie pan set with silicone grips for firm, heat-safe handling. Reviewers swear that nothing sticks to them, and they're super easy to clean.

    The pans, with blue grips

    24. A vacuum sealer to help protect foods from freezer burn and keep them up to five times longer in the fridge or twice as long in the pantry when compared to ordinary methods.

    The sealer, shown with meat

    25. A set of Ove Gloves that withstands heat up to 540 degrees Fahrenheit, for maximum dexterity when taking that baking sheet out of the oven.

    A person wearing the glove retrieving cookies from the oven

    26. A set of 12 8-ounce mason jars that are perfect for canning, drinking out of, or make-ahead salads for your weekly meal prep. You'll have a ~ball~ thinking of creative new uses for these puppies.

    The set of mason jars in a box, with one removed and set aside to demonstrate the diamond-cut pattern

    27. A canvas and leather cooking apron, for when you want to keep stains off your clothes... but make it butch.

    A person grilling while wearing the apron

    28. A Lodge pre-seasoned cast-iron griddle to take your pancake, biscuit, bacon, and burger game to a whole new level. People love Lodge cookware and with supremely heat distribution and an excellent low-stick cooking surface, this one is sure to live up to the reputation.

    The griddle, with pancakes on it

    29. A Pioneer Woman paper towel holder and utensil holder combo to give your most often used cleaning supply and cooking tools a pretty place to call home.

    30. A NutriBullet 1000-watt blender combo with single-serve cups, with enough power to turn just about anything into a deliciously smooth superfood.

    The blender shown with the single-serving cup on it, and someone pouring a smoothie out of the larger container

    31. A bamboo cheese board and cutlery set for flawless charcuterie. It even comes with cheese labels and chalk markers! Adorable.

    The cheese board and labels with someone writing on the labels

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