10 Kitchen Gadgets That Make Cooking More Fun

Looking for something to make cooking fun again after spending so much time at home in the kitchen lately? We also. Preparing, cooking and storing your groceries can be a little more fun with some handy and easy-to-use products. To help you, we’ve selected 10 kitchen gadgets that all share a brilliant design that has been proven to work.

Rolling Trivets by Eva Solo
These coasters are a clever and fun design piece. They slide easily and magnets ensure they hold the cookware they hold.

Citrus press

Small Artisan Citrus Juicer from Verve Culture
Made from recycled aluminum and poured one at a time in sand, this juicer will be a valuable asset on your countertop for years.

Kitchen mixer

Beast Blender from Beast Health
If you’ve always thought kitchen mixers were a thorn in your side, we’ve got you covered. The beast is practically a sculptural work of art!

Garlic press

Garlic press by Eva Solo
This unique garlic press comes with a glass container for storing garlic cloves. When the press is used, it forms the shape of a garlic head.

Kitchen grinder

Hammer grinder at Skagerak
With a design inspired by the Danish island of Bornholm, this salt or pepper mill has a real sense of quality.

Food grater

Lattice bucket by Eva Solo
Rub cheese (or chocolate!) Right into the bowl of this kitchen grater. Why did it take so long for such a smart design to hit the market?

Spoon rest

Spoon the rest of Fruitsuper
A beautiful study in minimalism, no one will ever know that this triangular piece of solid stone is a spoon rest when not in use.

Mortar and pestle

Cubic mortar and pestle from Skeppshult
This mortar features a weighty cast iron square base with a spout for easily transferring spices and a conical walnut pestle for crushing.

Anton Strainer Bowl from Caveman Factory
This is a clever design that combines a colander, bowl, platter and funnel into one. And it reduces water consumption by 60% when used to clean products!

Storage bags for groceries

36 oz. Stand-Up Porter Bag by W & P.
If you’ve switched to more reusable green products in the kitchen, consider adding some silicone bags. This can be used for cooking, freezing, steaming, preserving, storing and sous-viding.

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