Sheltering in place got me doing ALL the cooking, home renovations and really looking at my kitchen. Anyone else thinking about what other products and services they need?! Here are some of my fave cheap kitchen gadgets from Amazon under $20 to take your kitchen to the next level. It’s about having more than a Good Grips spiralizer to create veggie noodles. You want real tools and solutions that make your life easier.
I love this for vegetables after you’ve washed them. It gives them a chance to drip dry without being in the bottom of the sink, or just sitting on the bench. Easier than getting out a colander every time you scrub a potato!
This is such an essential kitchen tool. How many pans do you have that don’t have a lid? Get one or two of these and never have to hunt for the right size lid, or start cooking and realizeyou’re using a lidless pan again!
Is there anything more frustrating than trying to cut a tomato with a blunt knife? No more with this set.
These aren’t your heavy duty barbecue tongs. These are ideal for serving, getting hot things out of the pan or oven, tossing salads… They’re definitely an everyday item in my kitchen!
Fresh herbs really do up your flavor game. But slicing, especially if you haven’t invested in a good set of knives, can be challenging. These scissors make it so simple! Rinse under hot water after use to get all the little pieces off them before drying thoroughly.
No more avocado injuries with this! Nail your Instagram worthy avocado toast with this handy avocado slicer.
Getting organized, meal prepping and planning out your meals calls for some storage solutions. Buying in bulk means that many of the lids will be used on more than one container. Ideal!
Portion sizes are hard to estimate sometimes so having a set of measuring cups and spoons can help you start to gauge how much you really are consuming of any given ingredient or food. Also, essential for baking where measurements really do matter!
Save the planet, one reusable zip lock bag at a time. Great for pre-chopping smoothie ingredients and meal-prepping so that you can throw them all in the blender with some milk when it’s time to head out the door.
Another great kitchen hack to reduce food waste and cling film waste. Get a few different sizes to fit different foods, and because I know you’ll love them and be using them all the time!
No matter the shape or size of your kitchen cupboards, you probably can’t see what’s in the back without pulling everything out. Which is so annoying when you can’t remember where you put the cheese grater!
Plastic containers are great, but they often end up in a massive pile and trying to find a matching set leads me to just wrap things up in clingfilm instead. Not great for the planet! Stack up your lids with this handy organizer.
Another great way to organize your cupboards so that you can see everything! Especially great for cutting boards. But you will need to make sure any shelves are set back from the door so there is space for the organizer.
Always need the pan that’s on the bottom? Whether you’ve got stainless steel or cast iron pans, you’ll want to keep them separated for their own care as well as ease of access.
Is there anything worse than a sponge that sits wet? The smell, the slime… Gross. But those that suction to the side of the sink never seem to stay put on a wet surface. This one is guaranteed not to slip off and to keep your sponge nice and try.
All that space in your cupboard could probably be better used. These hanging shelves will double the amount of space you have in cupboards which have tall shelves that you can’t fill up.
Eggs are such a great, high protein snack that having them in the fridge and ready to go is an ideal way to ensure you’re eating healthy. Having an egg cooker means you’ll always be able to reliably cook perfect eggs every time.
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