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Some of the products are new and innovative, while others are just gadgets every kitchen cook should have. These gadgets might also make the perfect gift for the sous chef or innovative baker in your family.
• A mini food-processor for easy chopping, dicing, shredding, mincing and pureeing.
Good Housekeeping recommends KitchenAid’s Mini 3.5 Cup Chopper, which is simple to use, easy to clean and comes in 16 shades to match your kitchen décor ($50).
• Cookbook holder/tablet stand with a splash guard for all those recipes you need to follow easily ($30 and up).
• A pair of “bear claws” for shredding beef, pork or poultry ($10).
• Rapid Slicer, fast prep kitchen slicer, comes to the rescue when slicing tricky foods like grapes, cherry tomatoes, olives and Brussel sprouts ($13).
• 5-blade vegetable slicer by Spiralizer to make your favorite veggie pastas ($55).
• An immersion blender for pureeing soups and making smoothies ($20 and up).
• Silicone Dough Rolling Bag by OXO to keep the flour mess under control as it goes from bag to baking pan ($15).
• Silpat Baking Mats are the original non-stick baking mats that create uniform baked goods that won’t stick to the pan ($20).
• Bacon Bin Grease Holder to safely contain and store your bacon’s run-off ($15).
• EZ Salad Cutting Bowl will prep all your salad ingredients without separate chopping and cutting boards ($20).