6 Amazon Kitchen Gadgets to Make Your Life Easier

Mar 9 2018

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Keeping with March's "Easy Does It!" theme, we've got a quick list of tools that will make it significantly easier to prepare healthy and delicious food! Who doesn't want that?

HG FYI: Prices are accurate at time of publication and are subject to change.

Spiralizer 5-Blade Vegetable Slicer

Price: $27.99
Average rating: 4 1/2 stars
Number of reviews: 10,500+

"Ooh, that looks fancy and complicated." Nope. We promise you, this tabletop spiralizer will absolutely make your veggie-noodle-loving life a whole lot easier. Just turn that crank for beauteous spiraled fruits and veggies! It's easier than using a handheld spiralizer, and it can handle wide types of produce like apples and turnips. Order now, and start bookmarking recipes.

AmazonBasics Silicone Baking Mats

Price: $9.62
Average rating: 4 1/2 stars
Number of reviews: 2,000+

Does the thought of scrubbing cooked-on food off your baking sheets prevent you from using your oven? Then you'll love these babies. The reusable nonstick mats are designed to be used without oil, spray, or parchment paper... The food washes right off! Sheet-pan meals, anyone?

Dash Rapid Egg Cooker

Price: $19.99
Average rating: 4 1/2 stars
Number of reviews: 5,500+

The path to enjoying hard-cooked eggs just got a whole lot easier! With this brilliant contraption, there's no boiling or draining needed! You'll have hard-boiled-esque eggs in a matter of minutes. Did we mention it can also poach, scramble, and make omelettes? Plus, it comes with a 1-year warranty. Score! And we love the fun color options; the mint green one is soooo pretty! If you like to snack on hard-boiled egg whites like we do, you need one ASAP.

Müller Onion Chopper Pro Vegetable Chopper

Price: $23.87
Average rating: 4 1/2 stars
Number of reviews: 3,500+

There's something oddly satisfying about this veggie chopper. It looks like a big weird stapler, but it cuts produce into bite-sized pieces in a super-efficient manner. And despite the name, this is no unitasker: Use it on peppers, tomatoes... even cheese! It also reduces tearing up while cutting onions -- neat! The only problem: What will we blame the next time This Is Us has us sobbing?

Evolutionize Healthy Meal Prep Containers (7 Pack)

Price: $10.99
Average rating: 4 1/2 stars
Number of reviews: 5,000+

Food prep is crucial for busy people who want to eat healthy, and these reusable containers simplify the process. They're dishwasher and microwave safe, freezable, and they stack for simple storage in your fridge or freezer. Cut some fruits and veggies up for easy snacking, or portion out multi-serving recipes for heat 'n eat meals. Bonus: They fit perfectly in these sweet insulated lunch bags!

Instant Pot 6 Qt. 6-in-1 Multi-Use Programmable Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Sauté, Steamer, and Warmer

Price: $79.00
Average rating: 4 1/2 stars
Number of reviews: 2,000+

We HAD to include the Instant Pot, people. It's the ultimate time and energy saver -- like a cross between a slow cooker and a superhero! If you're unfamiliar, the Instant Pot is an ingenious countertop multi-cooker: it slow cooks, it acts as a speedy pressure cooker, it steams, it sautés... WOW! This 6-quart version is perfect for make-ahead meals. Add it to your cart; then check out our top tips and recipes!

Chew on this:

On this day, March 9th, in HG history (her-story?), we first debuted our baked turnip fries. Only 96 calories and so darn delicious!

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