10 Kitchen Gadgets You Need Right Now
Whether or not you actually enjoy cooking doesn’t matter; these gadgets will make you really excited to be in your kitchen. Do you really need them? We’ll stop asking silly questions. Obviously, that’s never stopped us before. And one thing is certain: They’ll all make our lives a whole lot easier. Get ready for them. Here come 10 kitchen gadgets –– mostly small, but all with big purposes.
must-have in the Brit + Co. test kitchen, this herb keeper helps make your herb of choice last way longer… meaning more delicious herb-enhanced meals. We also really like the word “herb,” just FYI.
before. So why are we bringing it up again? This is modern technology at its best, kids. The Egg Minder wirelessly connects to your phone and actually tracks the number of eggs that you currently have and tells you when they’re going bad. You’ll never go egg-less again.
inside the can. The Smart Touch twists off any cap or lid (seriously cans and bottles of all shapes and sizes) with ease and no cut fingers.
4. Squish Collapsible Splatter Shield ($20): Stove splatter is one of those irritating things we just viewed as an unavoidable by-product of sautéing… until now. The Splatter Shield is used over hot skillets to catch grease and hot oil before it gets all over your walls, fridge, counter top, etc.
5. Avocado Saver ($6): If you’re an avocado lover (we don’t know many who aren’t), you will obsess over this simple device. Just put half of your avocado pit face down onto the base of the AvoSaver and secure it with its adjustable strap. Air exposure is then reduced, and freshness time is extended. Boom.
first saw this device, our mouths started to water and we felt some major Egg McMuffin urges. A machine that helps you assemble the perfect breakfast sandwich at home? Yes, please.
only crave the delicious (and healthy) frozen dessert. We’re thinking of ways we can mix it up with different juices and fruits right now. Colorful Gatorade pop, anyone?
want to wait.
10. The Pop-Up Egg Maker ($40): We like eggs… can you tell? This Pop-Up machine is the lazy man’s (or woman’s) way of making eggs. All you do is pour the beaten mixture (with or with out other veggies, chicken, etc.) into the vertical chamber and about six to eight minutes later… egg roll up in the house.