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Cooking and baking can be quite stressful, but there are tools, appliances and gadgets available to help with this. Sometimes gadgets for the kitchen just help to make things a little easier.
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Some of these are relatively affordable and others are a little more on the expensive side, but I wanted to share my favourite kitchen gadgets, ranging from soup makers to egg poaching pans.
George Foreman Grill
When I was a student, my grill was so useful. I depended on it so much during my time at University. I used to make my own burgers, plus my grill was perfect for cooking steak. These can sometimes be tricky to clean but it’s worth it. Using a grill is a much healthier way to cook and they are available in a variety of sizes. I bought a small one for £14 because I only had to cook for myself.
The NutriBullet is one of my favourite kitchen gadgets, ever. It’s so simple and easy to use. The blades are also very powerful which ensures everything is blended and diced properly. There are so many smoothie recipes etc online. My personal favourite is selecting my favourite fruit and vegetables, adding in some frozen banana and then mixing it. This creates a thick texture, it’s like ice cream!
You can do surprisingly a lot with a bread maker. They take the stress out of making bread and can sometimes work out cheaper than buying a loaf of bread from a shop. Bread makers are so useful and there is a wide variety available, such as these Panasonic Bread Makers.
Egg Poaching Pan
Poaching eggs can be tricky, but these are amazing for making the perfect poached eggs. Egg poaching pans are affordable, easy to use and very simple to clean.
Soup Makers are great because you just put all the ingredients in, set the timer and leave it to do it’s thing. Even if you have a busy day, a soup maker is perfect as it does everything for you.
Do you own any of these I’ve mentioned? Do you have any other favourites? Let me know in the comments.
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I'm Louise, a 28 year old blogger living in York. I also work as a medical receptionist and I'm currently a trainee teaching assistant. This is my corner of the internet, in which I cover topics such as mental health, travel, fashion, lifestyle and so much more!
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