Silicone cooking utensils are great for both cooking and serving. You can rest assured that non-stick cookware and pots/pans will not be scratched thanks to the silicone feature.
They come with a holder meaning they can be stored on countertops. Plus, how adorable is the color!!
Bagless vacuum cleaner I will be the first one to admit that a vacuum is an appliance that you do not realize you need until you discover you don’t have one.
This vacuum cleaner has a separate compartment for dirt collection. You can simply empty it into the trash to clean it up. There are no more dust-filled bags to replace.
Keurig Coffee Maker – This gift is my favorite. It takes less than two minutes to brew coffee. The best part is that you can use your Keurig to make a wide range of hot beverages.
Toaster One could say that a 4-slice toaster was a luxury. Multitasking is a key feature of a cook if you have ever prepared breakfast for more than one person.
This is when the toaster comes in. If you use a toaster that toasts two slices in a go, one or more will always end up with cold toast. It happens every time. This touchscreen version costs only $70
Air fryer This is a brand new item on my wish list that I have been looking at for a while.
It allows you to fry your favorite foods without any oil or fat. For only $50, you can get a similar one!
Pyrex Glass Container Set – I love investing in things that will save me time and effort. These dishes are fantastic and I use them for many of my meal preps.
These dishes can double as bakeware, they can be used to cook food, and you can put the lid on for easy storage.
Indoor countertop grill. This is the perfect one for people who live in apartments and don’t have an outdoor grill. This grill is perfect for indoor cooking.
Another great option is the cast-iron grill pan.