5-Essentials-for-your-Kitchen

Quality Potato Masher & Ricer in One

Essential items for your kitchen

This mashes potatoes like nothing I have ever used before. It’s spring-loaded. It’s FUN! I look forward to mashing potatoes!

When you need to get a little aggression out, this is the potato masher.

Recommended by Kathi Lipp

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Ninja Mega Kitchen System

I’ve always had a blender and a food processor, and I hardly ever used either of them. The food processor was so heavy it was a pain to lug and the blender was a pain to clean. The mega kitchen system has one base, a great processor bowl, and great blender/blade combo, and individual cups for blending a single-size smoothie to go.

Recommended by Jessica Fall

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Essential items for your kitchen

Instant Pot 7-in-1 Multi-Functional Pressure Cooker

I love that I can toss frozen chicken breasts into the InstantPot (with salsa to make chicken for taco salad or with chicken broth to make soup) and have dinner ready in about 30 minutes. It has saved me numerous times when I’ve forgotten to plan ahead or plans have changed last minute.

Recommended by Brooke Martinez

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Pre-Seasoned Nonstick Durable Cast Iron Skillet

I cannot live without my cast iron skillet. Reasons include:

1) Cooks beautifully

2) It goes from the stove top to the oven seamlessly

3) It is non-stick

4) No toxic fumes that go along with most non-stick cookware.

Recommended by Amberly Neese

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Essential items for your kitchen

Vitamix Blender

I’m a runner and this is an absolute must for my post-run shakes and smoothies. I’ve tried a regular blender and the Ninja and none perform like this one. Absolutely a must for my kitchen.

Recommended by Edith Pont

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