Hi Hungry Girl,
Since I’m spending more time than ever before in my kitchen, I've decided it’s due for some upgrades! What are the best and most-used items in your home kitchen?
Shopping Spree for Me
I’ve definitely got suggestions for you! Some of these are longtime favorites, and others are newer additions I'm not sure how I ever lived without. Get ready to fill your Amazon cart...
This petite blender has come a long way since its As Seen On TV days. It’s more powerful than ever and it’s SO versatile. I use mine to make frozen blended drinks, dessert slushes, small-batch soups, sauces, and more. You just can’t beat it for the power, convenience, and price point. If you don't already have one, get on it!
Yes, you may have an ice tray. You may even have a fridge that makes ice. But compact ice makers like this one churn out perfect little ice nuggets in minutes… There’s just something about the soft texture of this ice that I absolutely love! The one I have is a built-in under-the-counter version, but this countertop maker
is a phenomenal option at a fraction of the price. Although if you want to really treat yourself, the GE Profile Opal Countertop Nugget Ice Maker
is the crème de la crème!
I’ve been experimenting A LOT with my air fryer, and I think everyone should own one! It adds a crispy finish to your food without any oil whatsoever. It also heats up WAY faster than the oven and is great for cooking up single servings in minutes. Some of my favorite things to air fry: bagel bites, sandwich wraps, and panko-crusted faux-fried food!
Fans of my Facebook Lives know I’m all about my Dateline mug, but since not everyone is a true-crime fan, these classic white mugs are the way to go! I make a lot of microwavable recipes that cook up right in the mug, and these stout 16-oz. options are the ideal size. If this one’s out of stock, check out these other wide-bottomed mugs
These things have developed a cult following! They’re safe for your dishwasher, microwave, and freezer, but what I love most about them is their snug little lids -- perfect for storing in your fridge. These go in and out of stock quickly, but click here
to see all the options available.
I like coffee, but it's not something I drink a lot of -- one cup, and I'm good. Keurig machines are ideal because I can make a single serving of coffee without having to brew up a whole pot. I also like that it allows you to make your coffee exactly the way you like it: strong, not so strong… You name it! P.S. I keep fun flavored K-cups like these
around at all times.
These are my very favorite knives! I've purchased several sets over the years: for home, for Hungryland… even as gifts! Not only are they colorful and gorgeous, but they’re also really high quality and hold their sharpness for a long time. And it's nice that they come in a clear block, because who would want to hide all those fun colors? (Pssst… Also check out this similar set under $20
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