A coffee maker. A good skillet. A sharp knife and good cutting board.
There are certain kitchen utensils that everyone just knows they need. They make cooking easier, safer, and all around better. They’re the first things you buy when moving into a new place or find yourself becoming an adult. They’re simply essential.
However, what everyone doesn’t know is that they’re missing key components in their kitchen line-ups. The following items are nearly guaranteed to be absent in your kitchen, but once purchased you’ll wonder how you ever lived without these fabulous food finds.
Whether you’re in a dorm, short on time, or simply lazy this device is perfect for everyone. Cook everything from vegetables, to muffins, and even meat in a matter of minutes in the convenience of your microwave! Then, simply wipe down the inside of the Rangemate, and store it until next time.
2. Air Fryer
Not only is this contraption convenient and fast, it’s also so healthy. You can finally have your cake (or fried chicken) and eat it, too! The beauty of this machine is that it uses air circumvention instead of oil. As a result, you can achieve the same crispy, crunchy texture you love without all the fat of frying oil.
3. Slow Cooker
Slow cookers are great as they come in all sizes ranging from single-serving to huge batches. They allow for healthy cooking without the hassle of spending hours in the kitchen. Simply dump your ingredients in the pot, turn it on, and go about your day. When you come back later, you’ll have a warm, delicious, and healthy cooked meal waiting for you.
4. Rapid Egg Cooker
This machine makes meal prep a breeze. Boil a batch of hardboiled eggs to snack on throughout the week. Then, make an omelet, poach an egg, or even scramble them for a quick meal or snack without the need for the stove.
5. “Lazy” Utensils
Spoons, spatulas, and ladles that hook on to the side of pots and pans may seem unnecessary, but they are invaluable in the kitchen. You’ll no longer have to spend time cleaning splatters from stray utensils, searching for the spoon the fell into the pot, or repeatedly washing a serving spoon do to reuse. Instead, hook the utensils on your cookware until you’re certain you no longer need them, and they’ll be waiting to be thrown into the washing machine hassle-free.