Top 10 Favorite Kitchen Appliances


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Here’s a list of our top 10 kitchen appliances that we use on an almost daily bases. The products I share here have an Amazon affiliate link. This means that I recommend products that I had tried love with you, and if you choose to purchase the product (by clicking on it, then it takes you to amazon and you add it to your cart) I make a small referral commission. There is no extra cost to you for using my affiliate links. I appreciate your support. Thank you!

1.KitchenAid 6 Qt. Professional 600 Series Bowl-Lift Stand Mixer

This mixer by hands down my favorite kitchen appliance the my most expensive. Yes it is on the more expensive side, but its definitely worth it. Kitchen Aid stand mixers have a few different bowl sizes (3.5 qt., 4 qt., 5 qt., 6 qt., or 7 qt.). I have the 6 qt. stand mixer. That might seem like the 6 qt. will be too big, but trust me you rather have a larger bowl than something too small. Once its so big you could easily double or triple the recipe of whatever your making. And there’s a ton of different attachment that you could purchase for the mixer such as meat grinder, pasta roller and cutter, fresh prep slicer/shredder, pasta press, and juicer. I use my mixer for almost everything. From whipping up some egg whites for pancakes, to a batch of chocolate chip cookies, even some mashed potatoes.

  1. KitchenAid 7-Cup Food Processor

Very nice food processor, and very nice size. Its perfect for shredding, slicing, and even blending. I use it to shreds fruit and vegetables for my baby’s purees, or make apple turnovers. It’s perfect for slicing up vegetables for chicken noodle soup. I’ve even used it to make a delicious apple rose cake.

  1. KitchenAid 7-Speed Digital Hand Mixer

This was the very first mixer I ever got. It’s nice because there’s 7 different speeds and its small. Its perfect for when I’m making something small like dalgona coffee (whipped coffee).

  1. Instant Pot 6 Qt. Duo 7-in-1

I love this instant pot so much! When I got it I wasn’t sure what to make with it or if I even needed it. But after playing around with it and new recipes I got the hang and fell in love with it. I’ve made Hawaiian chicken, a bunch of baby purees, and chicken plov. So many amazing recipients to try with it and so time efficient. Its perfect for a busy day, because you can just toss everything in and press start. Cooks on it’s own, while you go enjoy your free time.

  1. Keurig K-Elite Single Serve Coffee Maker

It’s perfect for busy mornings, makes the coffee instantly. I send my husband with a steamy cup of coffee every morning. Its perfect because the machine offers 5 different cup sizes (4 oz, 6 oz, 8 oz, 10 oz, and 12 oz) and you can make strong brew, iced coffee, and even hot water. My husband even makes lattes with it. He heats up some milk and brews up a strong 4 oz cup. I got a perfect k-cup under storage drawer, saves so much space since it’s under the brewer.

  1. KitchenAid Diamond 5 Speed Blender

An amazing blender for its price. Blends so well and quickly. I blend everything on it from my tropical smoothie, to crepes, even my baby’s purees. It’s nice that there is 5 different speeds, from stir to liquidfy. It even has options to pulse and crush ice. I’ve had this blender for 2 years already and no issues what so ever.

  1. Panasonic Microwave Oven 1200 Watts

Ah I love this microwave so much! Its a great price for how much power and space it provides. I could stick in a hearty bowl of chicken noodle soup for a minute and it comes out nice and steamy.

  1. KitchenAid 4-Slice Toaster

Hands down the best toaster ever! I got 2 years ago and its still toasting strong. We use our toaster everyday. I send my husband off to work everyday with a nicely toasted bagel with cream cheese. We even toasted chebureki in it with no issue.

  1. Hamilton Beach Glass Electric Tea Kettle 1.7 L

Best tea kettle I’ve ever owned. It’s nice because it can hold 1.7 liters no problem. But only issue I had was with the water I used. I used tap water and it created hard water buildup. But it’s easy to clean it. All you need to do is mix 1 cup of water and 1 cup of distilled vinegar. Let it sit in the pot for 10 minutes, bring it to a boil, and then let it sit for 20 more minutes. Then rinse and wash the pot, but be careful to not get the bottom wet. Clean the outside of the kettle with a wet washcloth. Do this once a week and your pot will look brand new!

  1. Philips Airfryer 3 Qt

If you want an appliance that can make healthy dinners easy, look no further. The Philips Air fryer is amazing. You can make delicious and easy dinners with it nice and quick. My families favorites are these crispy chicken drumsticks and coconut shrimp.

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