Best Kitchen Gadgets Under $20 – Expert Recommendations

May 17, 2021
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This article showcases our top picks for the Best Kitchen Gadgets Under $20. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).

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Original Homey Product Taco Holders

This product was recommended by Eugene Romberg from We Buy Houses in the Bay Area

Everyone loves Taco Tuesday! But everyone hates when tacos are just laying flat on each other – with all of their condiments and meat falling out. I love using these taco holders for Taco Tuesdays, as you can make different assortments of tacos, and eat them as you please! No spills, and they are incredibly easy to wash. On top of that – it comes in a set of 12, for all of your taco lovers in your household.

Norpro Egg Perfect Egg Timer

This product was recommended by Jane Flanagan from Tacuna Systems

You know how hard it can be to get a properly boiled egg. Not to mention getting the egg to your own particular preference such as hard, medium, or soft. Well, worry no more. You can now get your eggs boiled to your exact preference using Norpro Egg Perfect Egg Timer! All you need do is put this little egg-shaped contraption in the pot to boil with your eggs and it will automatically change colour to indicate various stages of boiling!

KIBEE Dish Drying Rack

This product was recommended by Catherine Ballard from DIY Without Fear

I’ve been using this roll-up dish rack for years, and it’s wonderful – easy to clean and store, is well made, and gives me my countertop back since I can dry dishes right over the sink.

The Patty Utensil

This product was recommended by Miranda Marie from M Media Co.

Whether you are a hamburger connoisseur or a plant-based patty lover, The Patty Utensil is perfect! This easy to use kitchen tool allows you to create the burger creations of your dream. Simply create your mix, choose your size (thick or thin) and fork is in! Create perfectly shaped patties in seconds.

Farberware Hands-Free Automatic Can Opener

This product was recommended by Lisa Van Groningen from Your Mom Village

This automatic can opener is so helpful and one of my favorite tools. It eliminates the hassle of trying to fit large cans under a traditional standing can opener. It is small enough to fit in a drawer which saves me space. Also when it cuts it creates a seamless cut along the edge of the can. Reducing the sharp edges and no longer having to lift a sharp lid. Lastly I can place it on a can and walk away to do a quick flip on the stove. Since it does all the heavy lifting for me. It is very easy to use.

Zulay Metal Lemon Lime Squeezer

This product was recommended by Stephanie Mantilla from Plant Prosperous

I recommend the Zulay citrus squeezer because it’s versatile for both lemons and limes. Compared to hand juicing, using the Zulay squeezer will get far more juice from your citrus so it’s more economical. You’re not leaving juice behind and your hands won’t get covered in juice.

Prepworks Mandoline Slicer

This product was recommended by Stephanie Mantilla from Plant Prosperous

I use the Prepworks Mandoline Slicer on an almost daily basis. This version lets you make thin cut slices as well as julienne your vegetables. This version fits over the top of most bowls so you can collect all of the vegetable cuts, mess-free. You can use the mandoline to make slices for ratatouille, dehydrated vegetable crisps, and julienned baked vegetables.

Leaflai Oil Dispenser Sprayer Bottle Mister

This product was recommended by Bri Bell from Frugal Minimalist Kitchen

As a Registered Dietitian I often recommend an oil mister. They allow you to create a thin coating of any oil you want to use on your food! Much healthier, more affordable, and more environmentally friendly than aerosol non-stick cooking sprays.

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