35+ Insanely Cheap Things You Need For Your Kitchen

“Gimme gimme gimme!” —your kitchen

1. A plate that comes with a detachable bowl.

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For people who can’t eat soup without having a sandwich to go along with it.

Price: $20

2. A single-serving slushie maker.

Smoothies. Milk shakes. Frozen cocktails. So many possibilities.

Price: $19.99

3. A tight-sealing lid you can use on any pan with a smooth rim.

So much better than using plastic wrap or aluminum foil, plus it’s freezer- and microwave-safe.

Price: $18.95

4. The perfect drinking glasses.

The word “turnt” has never been displayed so beautifully.

Price: $7.50

5. A pair of scissor-tongs that can chop fruits, veggies, and meat right in the bowl.

A few more facts about this cool device: It never needs sharpening, it’s dishwasher-safe, and it comes with a salad recipe book.

Price: $20

6. A decal that will make your fridge smile.

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“Yes, my best friend is my fridge and there’s nothing wrong with that.”

Price: $9.62

7. The ultimate skewer.

This fits several kebabs’ worth of food onto one skewer.

Price: $16

8. A mug that mixes your chocolate milk without making a mess.

A less innocent way to use it: to combine some Bailey’s or Kahlúa with your milk. Moooooo.

Price: $14.95

9. An effortless way to slice and de-core a pineapple.

You’ll be snacking on delicious fruit pieces in seconds.

Price: $7.50

10. A sloth to infuse your tea.

His lazy bod is made to hang on the side of a mug instead of a tree.

Price: $14.99

11. A potato masher with a handle like a ski pole.

The ergonomic handle makes it easy to really go crazy with your mashing (plus: it detaches for cleaning).

Price: $9

13. Brightly colored bowls you can stack.

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Their handles make them easy to grip when you’re carrying things that slop (like soup).

Price: $10

15. A futuristic-looking microwave popcorn popper.

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It’ll make around 10 cups of corn in about three minutes — and you can eat your popcorn right out of the popper!

Price: $19.95

16. A serving set that’s whale-y cute.

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The perfect combination of practical and adorable.

Price: $20

18. An ice cube tray that won’t drip as you carry it.

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The lid also keeps out particles and odors.

Price: $7.99

19. A pair of scissors that can cut through pizza.

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Because running one of those pizza wheels back and forth about 80 times just isn’t cutting it. Literally.

Price: $9.99

20. A hassle-free citrus juicer.

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It’ll squeeze citrus fruits of all sizes: from lil’ limes to gargantuan grapefruits.

Price: $19.95

21. A set of dip clips you can attach to any plate or bowl.

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For people who loooooooooove their condiments.

Price: $7.99

22. A cocktail glass featuring a helpful hint.

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The best dreams are the ones you can chase in a bar after work.

Price: $10

23. A pair of paws to protect your hands.

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Use them to cook…and then use them for your next Halloween costume.

Price: $21.99

24. A bucket that separates the unpopped kernels from the rest of your popcorn.

You’ll never almost break a tooth on a kernel again.

Price: $18

25. A flexible steamer that you can also use as a colander.

Just roll it up and store it when you’re done.

Price: $11.99

26. A squirrel friend to crack your nuts for you.

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So much cuter than one of those handheld nut crackers.

Price: $24

29. A set of collapsible measuring cups.

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Save space!

Price: $10.47

30. A pair of cats to rest chopsticks (or a spoon) on.

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So much cuter than resting your spoon on a piece of paper towel.

Price: $11.95

31. A tea towel that knows who the best kind of people are.

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Price: $15

32. A device that lets you serve with one hand.

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The Snapi is great for parties or buffets: people can get a serving without putting down their plate. Bonus: It looks kind of like Audrey II from Little Shop of Horrors!

Price: $8.95

33. Scissors that make chopping up herbs a breeze.

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These will ~shear~ minutes off of your cooking prep time.

Price: $8.95

34. A cup that displays the temperature of your beverage.

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If it’s filled with coffee and the heart is glowing blue, you’ll know you need to reheat.

Price: $19

36. A cold-brew-making bottle.

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Fill the filter with 4 tablespoons of coffee, leave it in your fridge overnight, and enjoy some delicious cold brew in the morning.

Price: $19.99

37. Potholders that rock.

Burning a casserole isn’t something to be happy about, but it *would* be fitting to use a Johnny Cash potholder to lift food that’s “dressed in black.”

Price: $11

39. A glamorous tart-serving duo.

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Solid glitter > solid gold.

Price: $23

40. A press for making delicious tortillas.

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Step one on the road to making amazing quesadillas.

Price: $11

41. An apron Jesse Pinkman would approve of.

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Install a hook for it in your RV.

Price: $17.45

42. A salad spinner that’s easy to clean.

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It’ll dry off enough salad for two people. Or one very hungry person.

Price: $15

43. A tea towel that wishes you success.

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Bacon makes everything better.

Price: $24

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Architecture & Design was started by an Afghan entrepreneur, he believes that wellbeing is affected by the spaces we spend our time in and that their design is an important notion to consider with regards to our personal comfort and happiness – whether we are at home, at work or at play.

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