Small Kitchen Appliance Must-Haves for 2018
A blender is an incredibly useful tool to have in the kitchen. I fell in love with this DashTM Digital Blender three years ago, it does everything I need it to do, and more! It blends for smoothies, purees for dips and sauces, heats for soups, and freezes for margaritas!
2. Cuisinart Egg Central
If you love making eggs, then you absolutely need this appliance. It’s small, lightweight and efficient. Long are the days where you have to fill a huge pot of water, wait for it to boil and then set a timer to get the perfect hard boiled egg. This device essentially steams the eggs using a small amount of water. You can get this small kitchen appliance for under $40!
3. KitchenAid Mixer
This item should come as no shock. Mixer’s are the number one item on a wedding registry, and for a good reason. The KitchenAid Mixer could replace many many appliances and gadgets due to it’s ability to interchange attachments and perform many tasks. This quintessential kitchen accessory comes in a variety of sizes and colors so you can match it perfectly with your kitchen’s design and can keep it out for display all year round.
4. Pressure Cooker
Commercial kitchens have been using pressure cookers for quite some time now, but they are now 2018’s newest kitchen appliance obsession among home cooks. I know so many people who received a pressure cooker for Christmas this year, and after hearing them talk about how amazing they are, I feel like I need one, too! Instead of waiting 6 hours for a soup to cook, the pressure cooker and do it in 15 minutes.
This kitchen device is perfect for us millennials who hate to wait on anything (especially food!).
5. Coffee Maker
If you’re a coffee drinker, you’re probably wondering why this isn’t #1 on my list. I assure you these kitchen must-haves are in no particular order, because a good coffee maker definitely high on my priority list, too. I have a Keurig 2.0 and it’s done a fine job, but I’m looking to really up my barista game in 2018. Any brand suggestions?
Also, I want to hear about your experience with using a pressure cooker if you have one!
Let’s chat in the comment section below!