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A small upgrade to your kitchen can make all the difference in your routine, from speeding up breakfast to creating extra space on the counter to making dinner taste more delicious. This Amazon Prime Day, you can snag a ton of kitchen deals to improve your life — and we’ve rounded up some of our favorites to shop.
Amazon Prime Day 2020 ends on Oct. 14 at 11:59 p.m PST, so you only have a few hours to shop these deals. While you stock up on new kitchen items, shop other deals on home, tech, beauty, fashion and more before heading into the holiday season.
Shop the best kitchen deals on top brands like Ninja, Instant Pot, Vitamix, Le Creuset, Cuisinart and more below and save up to 50 percent off. Life in the kitchen will never be the same!
1. Ninja Foodi 8-Quart 9-In-1 Deluxe XL Pressure Cooker, $149.99 (Orig. $269.99)
This Ninja Foodi pressure cooker is like nine appliances in one. It can pressure cook, air fry/air crisp, steam, slow cook, sear/sauté, bake/roast, broil, dehydrate and make yogurt. The brand notes its “TenderCrisp Technology” lets you pressure cook food to lock in juices and then air fry to give your dish a crispy, golden finish.
2. Keurig K-Mini Single Serve Coffee Maker, $42.73 (Orig. $79.99)
If you live in a small space or just don’t want your coffee maker taking up precious counter space, this Keurig coffee maker is for you. It fits nearly anywhere, measuring only 4.5 inches wide. Add a cup of fresh water, insert a K-Cup and brew a cup of joe in minutes.
3. Le Creuset Enameled Cast Iron Rectangular Skinny Griddle, $89.99 (Orig. $159.95)
In The Know readers love Le Creuset’s Skinny Grill Pan, but this Amazon Prime Day, we’re crushing on the brand’s skinny griddle. It’s made with black enameled cast iron (no seasoning required) which provides and even heat distribution for cooking your best meals. Plus, it looks chic and has strong iron handles for serving straight from the stovetop.
4. Instant Pot Duo Crisp Pressure Cooker With Air Fryer Lid, $119.99 (Orig. $179.95)
Just when you thought the Instant Pot couldn’t possible do any more, the brand created a new lid to turn the pressure cooker into an air fryer. This Instant Pot sautés, steams, slow cooks, sous vides, warms, roasts, bakes, broils, dehydrates, pressure cooks — and with the switch of the lid — air fries. That’s right, this appliance comes with two lids for different types of cooking, plus all the accessories you need for air frying.
5. Cuisinart 10–Piece Tri-ply Stainless Steel Cookware Set, $124.99 (Orig. $229.99)
This stainless steel cookware has an aluminum core, which ensures maximum heat retention and even heat distribution. This means your food cooks the same all around the pan. It can also take on extremely hot temperatures — it’s oven safe up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. The aluminum core is bonded to the stainless steel interior, and the set has a brushed stainless exterior. Stainless steel doesn’t discolor or react with food, so this cookware should last you a while. Hot tip: Cuisinart also has a 12-piece Stainless Steel cookware set on sale.
6. Vitamix 5200 Blender Professional-Grade With Self-Cleaning 64 oz Container, $259 (Orig. $549.99)
If you’re in need of a new blender, this one by Vitamix is a top-of-the-line product. It has 10 speeds and a pulse function that you can switch as you blend, so you’re in complete control when making smoothies, soups, dressings, dips and more. Plus, it’s extremely durable. “This thing has taken a lot of abuse and gets a pretty intense daily work out of frozen fruits and ice cubes, etc. and it still works like it did when we bought it FIVE YEARS AGO,” wrote one Amazon reviewer.
7. Calphalon Nonstick Cooking Set With No-Boil-Over Inserts, $172.49 (Orig. $239.99)
If you’re a fan of nonstick cookware, this set by Calphalon is a no-brainer. The set includes: an 8 and 10-inch fry pans, 2.5 and 3-quart sauce pans with covers, a 6-quart stock pot with cover and two no-boil-over inserts. The inserts work like the sound — they put a stop to messy spills from water boiling over when making pasta, rice, potatoes, beans and more. Are they necessary? Not really. But, they’re definitely nice to have.
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