15 Kitchen Products That People Can’t Stop Buying from Amazon
Can't stop, won't stop. Put one (or all) of these best-selling kitchen gadgets in your Amazon cart ASAP.
Trade pasta for veggie noodles with the original Spiralizer ($24) for a meal that’s low in carbs but high in flavor. One reviewer gushes, “Your taste buds, as well as your waistline, will love you for changing your eating habits.” The hand-cranked tool isn’t just for zoodles (aka zucchini noodles), either—turns out you can also spiralize these vegetables.
Digital meat thermometer
Never overcook (or undercook) a ribeye again with this digital meat thermometer ($11). Not only does it measure temperature in less than seven seconds, it’s one of this pro chef’s six secrets for grilling the perfect steak. Hint: For a medium-rare piece, the temperature should be 140º F.
The Instant Pot ($100) is the trendiest appliance of 2017 (and ’18) for good reason: It’s a pressure cooker, slow cooker, steamer, rice cooker, yogurt maker, saute pan, and warmer all in one. Basically, it’s the solution to all of your dinner dilemmas. But don’t miss the 5 things you shouldn’t make in an instant pot.
You’ll quickly become a pie-making pro with the help of this mixing tool. Use the pastry blender ($10) to combine wet and dry ingredients when you’re making dough, then bake one of your famous pies. Bonus: If your pastry blender breaks, the company will replace it for free. Don’t ignore these dishwasher issues–you’ll regret it.
Pre-seasoned cast iron skillet
Everything tastes better when it’s cooked in cast iron. This one ($15) comes pre-seasoned, meaning it’s already nonstick and ready to use as soon as you open the box. Here’s the right way to clean and care for your cast iron skillet so it lasts longer.
Digital food scale
Trying to convert grams and ounces to cups is not only annoying, but it can also be inaccurate. Measure your baking ingredients more precisely by weighing them on this kitchen scale ($15) that weighs up to 11.24 pounds. Don’t miss these ways you might be using your kitchen equipment wrong.
Nut milk bag
There are plenty of reasons to drink nut milk, whether you’re lactose intolerant, vegan or simply want a protein-packed alternative. But store-bought almond and cashew milk can be expensive. Make your own at home with this nut milk bag ($12) which is basically a fine mesh strainer that can double as a coffee filter or cheese maker.
Stovetop espresso maker
Skip the pricey Starbucks order and make your own cup of espresso with this barista-approved Bialetti Moka ($35). In less than five minutes, you’ll have six cups of delicious bold brew. One reviewer says, “I used to be happy with a French press but now that’s packed away. I can’t go back—God bless those Italians!”
Silicone baking cups
Just when you thought cupcakes couldn’t get any cuter, we found these colorful liners ($10). The best part? They’re made of silicone so you can wash them and reuse them. Plus, they aren’t just for cupcakes—put them in lunch boxes as snack dividers for a bento box feel. Check out these kitchen gadgets you definitely don’t need.
Rapid egg cooker
Love eating eggs for breakfast but you’re too rushed in the mornings to make them? Meet the quick cooker ($19) that makes eggs hardboiled, scrambled, poached, or even in omelet form while you’re getting ready. Just listen to this review: “Reclaim lost hours, catch up on missed TV, reconnect with old friends and family – anything is possible with the free time you’ll find at your disposal with this device.” Next, find out the 32 unique and weird kitchen gadgets you won’t believe are really a thing.