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9 Kitchen Gadgets That Do EVERYTHING

Clear out the clutter—and make your kitchen more functional—with multi-use kitchen gadgets.

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Instant Pot DUO 6-Quart Multi-Use Programmable Pressure CookerAmazon / Instant Pot

Instant Pot

If you haven’t already experienced the wonder that is the Instant Pot, now is the time to get the Instant Pot Duo ($99)! It not only does work as an electric pressure cooker, but it’s also a rice cooker, yogurt maker, steamer, slow cooker and warmer. Plus: Check out 40 kitchen organizing ideas that will save your sanity.

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VitamixAmazon / Vitamix

Vitamix

$400 might seem like a lot of money to spend on a blender, but the Vitamix is so much more than that. The high-powered motor is strong enough to actually cook soups as it blends! You can toss out your juicer, because the Vitamix can do that, too.

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De’Longhi Livenza Compact All-Day GrillSur La Table

De’Longhi Livenza Compact All-Day Grill

If your kitchen is anything like mine, you probably find yourself short on storage space. Luckily, this 3-in-1 Compact Grill ($99) has interchangeable plates to transform it from a grill into a panini press and a waffle iron. Plus, everything locks into place and neatly stores vertically.

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All Clad Prep & CookAmazon / All-Clad

All Clad Prep & Cook

Here’s a kitchen gadget that might be even better than your stand mixer. It kneads and stirs; whips, chops and purees. But the All Clad Prep & Cook ($750) doesn’t just replace your food processor and blender: It also slow cooks and steams! Next, check out 30 cheap kitchen cabinet add-ons you can DIY.

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Power AirFryer XLAmazon / Power AirFryer XL

Power AirFryer XL

Can’t decide if you want a toaster oven, a microwave or a dehydrator? Get them all (plus a deep fryer, rotisserie oven and pizza grill) with a 7-in-1 Air Fryer ($160).

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Anova Sous Vide CookerSur La Table

Anova Sous Vide Cooker

The sous vide machine ($99) has only one function, but you can cook anything using it: meats, vegetables, sauces and more. Plus, you can start, stop or adjust cooking anywhere with Wi-Fi connectivity. Don’t worry if you don’t have a vacuum sealer; you can pick up a few reusable sous vide bags ($21).

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Smart oven kitchen gadgetSur La Table

Breville Smart Oven Pro

Turn your regular ol’ toaster oven into a multi-function master with the Smart Oven ($270). It’ll toast your bagels, along with ten other preset functions like baking pies, cookies and pizza. Because it uses convection to circulate hot air around your food, it cooks about 30% faster than your regular oven.

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Multi-Cooker Shabu Shabu & GrillMacy's

Multi-Cooker Shabu Shabu & Grill

Bring this electric multi-cooker ($49) straight to the table and grill, simmer, or steam your food to order. Shabu Shabu (also known as hot pot) is the ultimate family meal experience. Plus: Learn our best kitchen appliance maintenance tips here.

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Nostalgia Breakfast StationAmazon / Nostalgia

Nostalgia Breakfast Station

This kitchen gadget is nothing short of amazing. I would have gladly traded in my college dorm’s George Foreman grill for one of these! This breakfast station ($68) brews coffee, but it also has a multi-function toaster oven and a non-stick griddle large enough to cook breakfast for four. I love it! Next, check out some really simple fixes for common appliance problems.

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Originally Published on Taste of Home

Lindsay D. Mattison
Lindsay D. Mattison is a professional chef and a food writer. After graduating from Cascade Culinary school, Lindsay became the Executive Chef at Jackson's Corner in Bend, OR, from 2013 to 2016. Her genuine passion for food and sustainable food practices led her to find the farmer in herself. She lives in Durango, CO, where she enjoys the trials and errors of small plot farming. Lindsay is currently working on a cookbook that teaches home cooks how to craft beautiful meals without a recipe, tentatively titled "The Art of Bricolage: Cultivating Confidence and Creativity in the Kitchen."