5 internet-approved kitchen items that make meals way more fun

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From social media profiles to personal blogs, people are always sharing their favorite things on the internet. So when you’re looking for shopping inspo, your next great find really is only just a click away.

In the cooking realm, there are tons of internet-approved kitchen items that are trending for good reason right now. From knives to mugs, check out the five items below that should be on your shopping list.

1. Wanbaison Knife Set, $20.99 (Orig. $24.99)

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This knife set is an internet-approved kitchen item because Amazon shoppers have left over 7,000 reviews for it and given it a 4.4 out of five-star rating. For only $20, you get six knives (in the color of your choice!) that are lightweight, yet sharp.

2. Spin Meal Plate, $19.99

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If you have a little one who’s not up to trying new foods, make a game out of mealtime with this plate. TikTok user @Christykeanecan made this plate famous when their child used it for dinnertime. Not only does this plate help get those veggies in, but it also encourages children to explore new foods in a fun way.

3. Double-Wall Heart Shaped Mugs, Set of 4, $79.95

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Those who find themselves on the coffee lover side of TikTok have probably seen these adorable cups. They keep your drink hot and your hands from burning all while making for a really pretty pic or video. You can snag a set of four for your household from Willams Sonoma or a set of two on Amazon.

4. 10-Inch Stone Earth Frying Pan by Ozeri, $23.74

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Don’t let the cooking influencers fool you — a nonstick pan doesn’t have to cost a fortune. TikTok and Amazon shoppers agree that this pan gets the job done, with one shopper commenting it’s “a reliable non-stick surface.”

5. Prepara Herb Saver, $20.23

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Having your fresh herbs go bad before you’ve even used them sucks. That’s where this nifty device that TikTok user @miriam.gin1 shared comes in. It helps to preserve your fresh herbs for up to three weeks!

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