Tech gadgets aren’t just for entertainment. These nifty little kitchen gadgets can make your cooking experience easier, simpler and they’ll also very cute. Below is a list of 11 rad kitchen gadgets that you’ll definitely want to pick up. A lot of kitchen supplies can run you hundreds of dollars, but this list is composed of items that won’t break your bank.
1. Compact Air Fryer
Air fryer’s are wonderful for a variety of reasons. They make it easier to prepare a lot of food at once and using an air fryer is significantly healthier than actually frying food. There are air fryers that are larger but this little compact gem is perfect. It’s small enough to where it won’t take up too much storage space. This kitchen gadget is also better if you live alone and don’t want to make too much food at once, but it’s also large enough to let you be the best host you can be.
2. Nutri-Ninja Fit Personal Blender
Everyone should have a blender. Granted blenders can be bulky and difficult to clean, but this personal blender is perfect for just one person. It’s designed to be able to do everything a larger blender can do, but in a more compact and productive way. A blender is a gateway gadget for a healthier life.
3. Digital Scale
You won’t realize how important a scale is until you have one. A food scale is important if you’re trying to get into cooking or baking. This will allow you to make sure you’re always using the right amount of food. Also if you’re trying to eat healthier a scale will help you with that process.
4. Water Filter
A water filter is the kind of kitchen gadget that will take your quality of life to the next level. This pitcher is the best size because it holds a significant amount of water but is still small enough to fit in your fridge. The filter lasts a good while. It’s also perfect for renters when you can’t install an actual water filter into your kitchen sink.
5. Mini Food Processor
Once you own your own food processor you’ll be surprised how much easier it is to make all the best dishes. This mini food processor isn’t wildly expensive but it’s still a quality kitchen gadget. You’ll be able to prepare dishes that require you doing more than simply slicing into small pieces. Plus the color makes sure it won’t be an eyesore on your counter.
6. Smart Plugs
You may be thinking why would you need a smart plug in the kitchen, but you definitely do. A smart plug will help take away the worry of whether or not you turned an appliance. Plus if you’re out of town and there’s a storm you can make sure lightening won’t strike your house.
7. Rapid Egg Cooker
Making hard boiled eggs is a process. If you’re not interested in literally watching a pot of water boil consider investing in this kitchen gadget. A rapid egg cooker will take away the stress of having to prepare eggs for dishes like deviled eggs, egg salad sandwich and more.
8. Hand Mixer
Mixers are expensive, like really expensive. If you’re not ready to invest hundreds of dollars into a full blown stand mixer consider a hand mixer. There are plenty of accessories to go along with this kitchen gadget and this little guy will surely get the job done. A hand mixer will make baking significantly easier. Your days of using a fork and a spoon at once to mix a batter is over.
9. Rice Cooker
You’ll be surprised how handy a rice cooker can be. Plain white rice is a great base for a plethora of recipes. From simple meals to more elegant dishes this little kitchen gadget will save you the stress of preparing rice stove top. You won’t have to worry about putting it in the microwave either because this rice cooker does it all.
10. Instant Pot
An instant pot is great if you’re trying to get into a meal schedule but you don’t have the time to prepare food every day. This is something that will help making food a lot easier. There’s a significant amount of recipes you can make with this kitchen gadget.
11. Electric Tea Kettle
If you’re obsessed with tea you should seriously invest in an electric tea kettle. What’s nice about this one is it isn’t hideous. Rather than looking like a coffee pot from your office’s break room this one looks like you plucked it from your grandmothers kitchen. It’s safer and easier than using a normal tea kettle too.