Amazon Food Finds & Kitchen Gadgets: Mini Instant Pot, No-Spill Mugs & More
Super Z Outlet Pineapple SlicerPineapple is the ultimate tropical treat, but it can be a pain to prepare. (I need a Pineapple Frojito just thinking about it!) This gadget is pretty incredible: It turns whole pineapples into perfect slices in no time. It’s like a pineapple corkscrew! Check out the reviews -- they speak for themselves!
Mighty Mug Go Travel MugAnyone who's accidentally knocked over a cup of liquid knows that zero-to-disaster feeling we'd all like to avoid. Mighty Mug feels our pain and has our back: These mugs feature some brilliant suction science that makes them un-tippable. Yet they're easy to lift! I don't know how they did it but I'm thrilled that they did. You're looking at the standard 16-oz. travel mug here, but there's a whole lineup, including a cold-liquid version with a straw.
Buddha Teas Holy Basil TeaThis herbal tea is AWESOME. If you're looking for a soothing caffeine-free sipper, I highly recommend it. Known to decrease anxiety, holy basil (a.k.a. tulsi) is packed with vitamin A, vitamin E, folic acid, calcium, iron, and selenium -- WOW. Definitely one to try out!
MayPal Stainless Steel Fried Egg Ring Mold CookerWho doesn't want food formed into fun shapes? This set is for the stovetop, and I LOVE it. Pop these molds into your skillet before adding pancake batter or eggs, and you'll get goodies in five adorable shapes: a circle, a flower, a star, a heart, or Mickey Mouse! BRB: I'm gonna make some flourless banana pancakes with these...
Chew on this:
It's August 18th, National Ice Cream Pie Day! How about an ice cream that tastes like apple pie à la mode? Dreyer's Slow Churned Washington Apple Pie, coming right up...
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