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    31 Kitchen Products From Walmart That Reviewers Already Think Are Worth The Investment

    From pressure cookers to ice cream makers, you'll basically become a chef after shopping this list.

    We hope you love the products we recommend! All of them were independently selected by our editors. Just so you know, BuzzFeed collects a share of sales and/or other compensation from the links on this page. Oh, and FYI — prices are accurate and items in stock as of time of publication.

    1. An air fryer toaster oven that is so dang pretty, you'll *want* to display it on your counter for everyone to see. It has 1500 watts so basically the perfect toast every time. Best part? It's ~touchscreen~.

    The toaster oven in a matte black
    Walmart

    Promising review: "We are so happy to have gotten this system. We immediately put it to use and retired our stand-alone air fryer and toaster oven. We warmed up fish and cooked french fries from frozen. They both came out great and tasted good. I would definitely recommend this unit for anyone looking to declutter their kitchen appliances. This can toast, bake, air fryer, and reheat. The look and feel of this is awesome. Overall, this is great and comes with a good number of accessories." —OrlMom

    Price: $129 (available in three colors)

    2. A 20-piece cookware and bakeware set because nothing says "I'm an actual adult and definitely don't own rusty bakeware from my post-college days anymore" quite like a matching set.

    The copper bakeware and cookware set
    Walmart

    Promising review: "Best pans ever. I made corn muffins last night and they slip right out of the muffin pan with no oil. I am amazed at how well this cook and the clean-up. Ill never use anything else!" —Walmart customer

    Price: $159.99 (originally $399.99, available in three colors)

    3. A Pioneer Woman bread maker so you can finally start the bread-making hobby you've wanted to get into since you discovered what cottagecore was. Picture this: living in a little cottage in the woods, baking some sourdough bread in this bad boy. Ahh.

    The bread maker with a floral pattern on it
    Walmart

    Promising review: "Oh my gosh I just made my first loaf of bread with my new bread maker I got for Christmas and it was fantastic! I made cinnamon bread and it came out perfectly. Sooo delicious! If you are lucky enough to get this when it comes back in stock you better grab one. You will be glad you did!!! I'm already trying to decide what flavor to make next." —Rhonda

    Price: $89.99

    4. An electric tea kettle because one, you refuse to microwave your tea and two, it's the cutest kettle you've ever seen.

    A light blue electric tea kettle
    Walmart

    Promising review: "Love my new electric kettle. It is so pretty and I love the stainless steel. It looks and feels very substantial. Much nicer than my old plastic one. It heats up quickly and looks great on my all-white countertop." —Deborah

    Price: $69.99 (originally $89.99, available in two colors)

    5. A 10-in-1 Instant Pot perfect for small spaces or if you just don't like to have a thousand kitchen appliances taking up space. This bad boy is a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, egg cooker, steamer, cake maker, therapist — wait, not that one. It does a lot, okay?

    A person scooping food out of an Instant Pot
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    This Instant Pot is 6 quarts and feeds 4-6 people in one dish. It is also great for sautéing, warming, searing, and sterilizing.

    Promising review: "I use this product for almost everything and I depend on it for busy weekdays and for crowded feasts as well. It did not take any time to learn that it does even more than advertised and the company itself stands behind its promise and warranty. It is well made and is a MUST-HAVE in every kitchen." —Marie

    Price: $149.99

    6. A Nespresso machine because you're honestly spending way too much money in the Starbucks drive-thru (okay, it's me) when you could invest a little bit upfront and save money in the long run with the fancy drinks you'll concoct right at home.

    A Nespresso machine
    Walmart

    The Nespresso has two programmable buttons with an automatic flow stop for espresso and Lungo coffees. It can froth and heat up milk with its built-in Aeroccino3 system and heats up the water in 25 seconds.

    Promising review: "I've been using this coffee maker for about two years now, and what can I say, it is just perfect! It makes the best espresso I have ever tried, and with the milk frother, we do delicious cappuccinos at home. What else can I ask for? It is not the cheapest coffee machine in the market but this is the one I recommend to all coffee lovers" —Walmart customer

    Price: $209.30 (originally $299.95)

    7. A Ninja three-in-one blender to handle all the tasks you put in front of it. Smoothie? Easy peasy. Dough mixing? You know it! Nutrient extraction? Uh, duh. It even has five Auto-iQ® programs so it's as easy as one touch of a button for whatever you need.

    A person pouring a smoothie into a cup from a blender
    Walmart

    Promising review: "This blender is awesome. It crushes, makes smoothies, is a food processor, and mixes dough. I've been banana bread and it was so easy. I also made pizza dough as well. It has 4 suction cups on each corner to prevent the blender from jumping around when using it for dough. Clean up is a breeze All I need to do is fill the blender with hot water and some soap and turn it on. It practically cleans itself. I recommend this blender. It's such a good investment and it does 4 different things. I love it." —Walmart customer

    Price: $139

    8. A 19-piece bakeware set with lids so it's *that* much easier to take some extra pie home with you from the last work meeting. You can even reheat it in the same container!

    The glass bakeware set with blue lids
    Walmart

    Promising review: "Pyrex got better! This set has it all. The lids now fit tight on the bowls and are a much better plastic than in the past. The new shapes of the bowls are appealing as well. They are not as slanted at the bottom which makes for less spilling and overflow when stirring. They also changed the handles on the baking dishes to have a slot providing a better grip when hot or hand washing. Feeling secure when grabbing a hot dish out of the oven is nice. I think the glass is heavier now which gives the feeling of quality and makes them more stable when mixing. I don't know how they did it, but they seem to store nicer than the old ones. They take up less space!" —Walmart customer

    Price: $48.50 (originally $59.99)

    9. A five-speed hand mixer in so many (seven!!) adorable colors, you'll basically want to mix everything. Time to whip out that old, possibly expired, box of brownies you've had stored in the pantry for months.

    The hand mixer in a light blue color
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    Promising review: "I bought this for my daughter. She loves it and it's so easy to use. She makes whipping cream in a few seconds compared to the other brands we have used!" —Walmart customer

    Price: $49.99 (available in seven colors)

    10. A SodaStream so you can make your own seltzer water or soda right at home. You can choose from so many different flavors *and* don't have to plug it into anything!

    A person sitting next to a SodaStream
    Walmart

    Promising review: "This is the neatest machine. I never thought how convenient it is to be able to make my own sodas until I tried the Sodastream Fizzi Black Starter Kit. All you need is cold water and flavoring and you have soda without going out to buy it and carry home heavy cases of soda cans or big bottles of soda that go flat after you open them. I now have fresh soda anytime. Not to mention the storage space I am saving. I used to take up so much room in my refrigerator storing cans of soda. Now all I need is cold water and I have soda anytime." —Walmart customer

    Price: $86 (available in five colors)

    11. A food processor that will chop, mix, and puree all of your ingredients so you can nail that recipe you found on Pinterest with the utmost ease.

    The food processor in silver
    KitchenAid / Via instagram.com

    Promising review: "I don't know how I lived all these years without my Kitchen Aid blender/chopper. Now I eat more onions than ever because chopping is a breeze. Applesauce is so easy and fast now! You just peel and leave the chopping to the Kitchen Aid. It works so much simpler and is really easy to wash. I love my Kitchen Aid!" —Walmart customer

    Price: $61.99 (available in nine colors)

    12. A four-slice toaster so you can have perfectly toasted toast in ~style~.

    The toaster in a light blue
    Walmart

    Promising review: "Great toaster for families! I can feed my big family toast easily with four slices at a time. Nice looking, works well, well constructed, and love the light blue color!" —Walmart customer

    Price: $79.99 (originally $109.99, available in two colors)

    13. A multifunctional oven that, get this, is a toaster oven, microwave oven, convection oven, *and* an air fryer. We love a versatile queen.

    The oven
    Walmart

    This multifunctional oven has Sensor Cook and Sensor Reheat so your food is never under- or overcooked. It also has two heating elements for 360-degree cooking every time you use it.

    Promising review: "This right here is definitely a game-changer in the kitchen, I could go on and on about this product. There are so many good things about it. I can't believe it is 4-1 multifunctionality. It's an air fryer, convection oven, microwave, and toaster oven all in one! It has plenty of room to make your perfect meal for the family. It can make so many healthier meals when air frying. This thing has sensor cooking so your food is never under or over-cooked. The toaster is awesome too; I have made toast a few times and it comes out perfect, nice, and toasty and you can set it how light or dark you like your toast. Cooks bagels also to perfection. It comes with a silicone mat, baking and roasting pan, ceramic shaft, and air fry kit. It has an easy-to-read display screen and a variety of pre-set cooking settings. It is very easy to clean also after use. This product is made very well and I'm sure it will last a long time." —Chino

    Price: $369.99 (originally $499.99)

    14. A two-speed hand blender, because have you tried making soup using a food processor regular blender? You have to do multiple batches and it never comes outright. With this, you can blend it right in the pan! Easy peasy, lemon squeezy into my soupy.

    A person using the hand mixer in a bowl
    KitchenAid / Via Instagram: @p / BOM8hOQAC_v/?utm_source=ig_web_copy_link

    Promising review: "I mainly use this to puree butternut squash soup. It is also helpful when frothing milk or making a single-serving smoothie or milkshake. I've had mine for at least 2 years and it works great. I like it so much I am buying two more now for Christmas gifts." —Stan

    Price: $49.99 (available in six colors)

    15. A Pioneer Woman slow cooker with five different cooking times ranging from two to 10 hours, meaning you could dump dinner in the cooker at 9 am and have dinner cook itself by 5 pm. Huzzah!

    The slow cooker with a floral pattern on it
    Walmart

    Promising review: "Love this slow cooker! It's a beautiful design that looks great. I love how easy it is to set and cook. Automatically switches to warm when the timer is finished which is a great feature too!" —Jennifer

    Price: $44.99 (originally $49.99)

    16. An ice cream maker because how many times have you gone grocery shopping, not bought ice cream, and then promptly regretted it. Now you can just make your own! Bonus: you can *also* make frozen yogurt and sorbet!

    The ice cream maker in white
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    Promising review: "I bought my ice cream maker a few months ago. I have used it a lot of times, and love that it makes the best ice cream. After my ice cream churns, I allow it to freeze for at least four hours because I prefer it not to be soft. Also, immediately after using my ice cream maker, I thoroughly rinse it with warm water and put it back in the freezer, until it's time to use it again." —Christina

    Price: $69.95 (available in three colors)

    17. A five-piece set of baking pans with grippy handles for when your life depends on not messing up the batch of cookies your roommates have been begging for all week. Don't. drop. the. cookies.

    Potato wedges on a sheet pan
    Rachael Ray Mag / Via instagram.com

    Promising review: "I've never bought a "signature" set of bake pans, but after reading the other reviews I decided to take a chance. So far so good. The pans are not flimsy. They have a good feel and weight. I cooked a couple of things in the oven with these pans and so far, I'm happy. The non-stick coating is very slick, you don't need to add oil. Plus foods cook evenly. The pans are rated to 500 degrees, but the highest temperature I've used is 350 or 375. The best part is they are easy to clean. If anything sticks, just put the pans in warm soapy water for a few minutes and it's a "piece of cake" to get them spotless and ready to go again. Just remember to use non-stick utensils to take the food out." —Peggie

    Price: $49.34

    18. A frozen drink machine because it's summer which basically means ~endless margaritas~, but only if I get an invite.

    The frozen drink maker
    Walmart

    Promising review: "I had a margarita machine (different brand) before. No comparison! The way this machine shaves the ice and then blends is just perfect. It is easy and quick and cleans up easily. Love it!!" —LisaN

    Price: $149.99 (originally $219.99)

    19. A juice extractor so you can feel like you've got life all figured out every time you sip some fresh apple and celery juice. Wow. Such fiber.

    The juice extractor in silver
    Walmart

    Promising review: "This juicer is EVERYTHING! Easy to clean, take apart, and put back together. Instructions are super easy to follow & you have great juice in minutes." —Tamisha

    Price: $179.95

    20. A cookware set to inspire you to cook more delicious meals at home and order less takeout during the week. Not me ordering pizza last night, I swear.

    The cookware set in a teal blue
    Walmart

    Promising review: "Impressive to look at, love the rubber grips on the handles which make for a comfortable grip although they will still get pretty heated. The rounded base is a nice change from all the other dutch oven pots I've had. Appears to be of great quality. In trying it, cooking was a pleasure with the non-stick surface and clean up a breeze. The set comes with care instructions and a small booklet that includes a few recipes." —Walmart customer

    Price: $99 (available in three colors)

    21. A Keurig latte and cappuccino maker with a frother so you can make the *perfect* barista-approved coffees every morning with your favorite milk of choice. Oat milk for me, please!

    The Keurig machine
    Walmart

    Promising review: "Love this coffee maker! I have had mine for about a month and every cup is brewed perfectly. Noise level is minimal when brewing, and frother is easy to use and clean. I haven't had a blowout of coffee grounds. It also uses all regular K-cups. It has a large water tank and multiple size brew options, including a shot. It's so aesthetically pleasing!" —Walmart customer

    Price: $169.99 (originally $219.99, available in two colors)

    22. A stainless steel knife block set because your old set can't even cut a tomato properly and this one is just oh-so-pretty.

    The knife set in blue
    Walmart

    Promising review: "I am very pleased with the quality and beauty of this knife set. The heft of the handles and their ergonomic shape makes using the various utility knives so easy and productive! The steak knives' teal-colored handles match perfectly the teal stripe around my dinnerware pieces, and the counter-worthy wood block holder is also beautifully made. I am very, very pleased with this set and would recommend it to anyone looking for a quality set of knives." —Sierrasu

    Price: $69 (available in four colors)

    23. A mini-fridge that can hold 125 (!!!) cans with a Turbo mode to frost your beers in under an hour *and* a party mode to prevent temperature fluctuations for six hours. AKA the perfect fridge.

    The mini-fridge
    Walmart

    Promising review: "We were in the market for a small fridge for our three-season room and this fridge from New Air is perfect for it! It has a sleek look, is easy to use, and holds A LOT of beer. The glass door is heated and frost-free so that you can see what's inside without opening the door. There is also a party mode that keeps the compressor on for six hours so that you don't lose cold air when everyone is opening and closing the door. Our favorite feature is the turbo mode which cools the beer off FAST (no more placing beer in the freezer to cool it off quickly)! If you are looking for a small fridge to keep beverages super cold and looks great this is it." —Anne

    Price: $808.37 (originally $899.99)

    24. A kitchen cart perfect for small kitchens that just need a smidge more space. This cart has a spot for spices, utensils, towels, and even cabinet space underneath.

    The kitchen island
    Walmart

    Promising review: "I'm very happy with this. It is a wonderful piece and really adds a nice touch to the kitchen. It has extra storage space and it's great to chop or wrap on top of. I do a lot of baking so this extra space is wonderful! I am very happy with this!" —Mair

    Price: $139 (available in two colors)

    25. A rice cooker so you can effortlessly make rice every day without having to cook it on the stove, which is just *way* too much work for me. Pro tip: You can actually cook more things than rice in a rice cooker such as oatmeal, chili, soup, and even pasta!

    The rice cooker
    Zojirushi America / Via instagram.com

    Promising review: "This was gifted to my husband and me as a wedding gift. It makes perfect rice every time and I enjoy the other features. Steams vegetables very well. The retractable and cord and shape and size allow for easy storage." —Halee

    Price: $163.18

    26. An indoor electric grill for when you want to make a delicious burger, but also just hate being outside. There are bugs out there, ya know.

    The electric grill
    Walmart

    Promising review: "The Weber Q 2400 Electric Grill exceeded my expectations! As a previous Weber Gas Grill owner, it's been tough living in an apartment complex that doesn't allow gas or charcoal grills. After much debate, I finally decided to go the electric route. The Q 2400 heats up quickly (20 mins.), and develops nice sear marks on steaks or chops. I recently recommended it to neighbors, they purchased one and are thrilled with it as well. Another great Weber product! I highly recommend it!" —Walmart customer

    Price: $329

    27. A deep fryer because you know how delicious fried food is and want the accessibility of having it at home whenever you want. This bad boy has a draining system, so it's actually really easy to replace the oil for your next fried chicken meal.

    The deep fryer
    Walmart

    Promising review: "This is my second fryer by Delonghi and like the first, I'm totally happy with it. This one heats up fast and fries great. The first one I had lasted nine years. I hope to get another nine from this one." —Walmart customer

    Price: $129.99 (originally $149.95)

    28. A cast-iron skillet large enough to cook for a family of four or just one person if you're like me. The cast iron will evenly distribute heat from the bottom to the sides so you'll have a perfectly cooked meal every single time.

    A cast iron skillet
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    Promising review: "Love the size of this frying pan! I can cook for a crowd without having to refill it. Cast iron is the best for distributing heat and nothing fries better!" —Walmart customer

    Price: $69.99

    29. A Dutch oven (not the gross kind) that will be perfect for pot roasts, stews, or even just a large batch of beans. You can broil, bake, or roast in the oven with this or just use it on the stovetop like a normal pot.

    A silver dutch oven
    Walmart

    Promising review: "This enameled cast iron Dutch oven by Lodge is great. I've used it twice—once to roast a whole chicken and another time to cook kale. Both times food came out great and the heat distribution is perfect. It's definitely a Dutch oven that will last a lifetime." —Lita

    Price: $69.90 (originally $115, available in five colors)

    30. A bamboo cheese board because you just found out what a charcuterie board is and now it's all you can think about. This board has a cute little drawer with utensils *and* labels for when you're feeling extra cute.

    The cheese board
    Walmart

    Promising review: "I feel like I can officially call myself an adult with this! The board and its built-in tools are perfect. Now, to find the perfect wine and cheeses to match." —Audrey

    Price: $55.85 (originally $69.99)

    31. A stand mixer that is honestly a right of passage for anyone who likes to cook or bake. It has 10 optimized speeds that can mix, knead, or whip whatever your heart desires.

    The light blue stand mixer
    Walmart

    Promising review: "I've been putting off getting one for a few years because I just didn't want to spend a bit more on a mixer, but it is SO WORTH every penny! I bought the silver/gray one and it looks great in my kitchen and works great! I've yet to try more functions with it and plan on buying some attachments like the ice cream and pasta maker. I truly love this product!" —Karriesu

    Price: $369.99

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