Are you a fan of cooking gadgets? We've scoured the internet for the latest products and gizmos that will transform your kitchen and make those #firstworldcookingproblems disappear.
Read on to discover 23 of the best kitchen gadgets you need to get your hands on - from the coolest sponge to a brilliant egg yolk separator and a genius way to keep your avocados fresh. We promise that you'll wonder how you ever lived without them.
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HapiLeap retractable drawer organiser 4 pack, 12.80, Amazon
Maximise the space in your fridge and keep everything super organised with these sliding storage shelves. Nice!
Silicone baking mats, £11.99, Amazon
Forget about regular baking paper, these non-stick mats are reusable and the silicone material distributes heat evenly for consistent results.
Stasher bags, from £7.99, Amazon
You'll wonder how you ever lived without your Stasher bags. Say goodbye to annoying tubs and missing lids, these reusable silicone bags from Stasher will be a saviour for storing your leftovers and they take up little room in your cupboards. It's a win win.
Egg poacher cups, £6.95, Amazon
Make perfectly shaped poached eggs – or use to microwave – with no mess. These funky-looking silicone poachers also come with a lifetime guarantee so they're a must-have addition to your kitchen gadgets.
Monkey business jumbo cutlery drainer, £14.90, Amazon
Not only does this holder dry your cutlery with minimal mess, it looks like a cute little elephant – the water comes out of its trunk.
Fruit stemmer, £14.99, Amazon
Love strawberries but hate the faff? This fruit and potato stemmer will be one of those 'how did I live without this for so long?' kitchen gadgets.
Teflon oven liner two-pack, £7.99, Amazon
These Teflon liners will help keep your oven pristine. They withstand temperatures of 260c degrees and can even go in the dishwasher, just slide them out and give them a clean when they get grimy.
Over the cabinet door waste basket, £4.29, Amazon
This waste basket can be clipped onto cupboard doors and drawers while you’re prepping ingredients to make cleaning up super easy. It’s a great space saver.
Joseph Joseph compact cutlery organiser, 14.99, Amazon
If you’re sick of your knives and forks rattling around, this cutlery drawer organiser is the solution to your problems. It’s stylish and it will save you plenty of space, and the upward slope of each section means removing the cutlery is easy as pie.
Phone stand, £11.39, Amazon
If you like to play tunes on your device while you’re cooking or use your phone to follow recipes, then this is a must! This top kitchen gadget comes in black or white.
Avocado Huggers, £10.51, Amazon
Avoid those yucky brown edges and keep your cut avocado fresh for longer. This pack of two food-huggers has a small and large so all sizes of avocado are catered for.
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Tofu press, £23.99, Tofuture
This one's for all the tofu lovers out there! This kitchen gadget removes water from your tofu quickly and efficiently, and also comes with an outer tub that can be used as a container to marinate your pressed tofu.
Crinkle cutter, £8.99, Amazon
Now you can make restaurant-standard crinkly fries – or even use it on carrots and cucumber to jazz up your veg with this crinkle cutter tool.
4 piece refrigerator pads, £6.29, Amazon
These handy fridge liners keep your food items from rolling around, and veg will be prevented sweating or causing leaks. You can even use them to line cutlery drawers or as placemats. And the best thing? When they need a wash you can take them out and either run them under the tap or put them in the dishwasher and they'll be good as new.
Silicone clip-on strainer, £8.99, Amazon
This silicone clip-on strainer is an amazing kitchen gadget to strain your pasta, fitting all size pans it is the perfect kitchen tool. No more accidentally scalding your fingers or tipping it into the sink.
Clean dreams kitchen sponge holder, £13.45, Amazon
How cute is this? Put your kitchen sponge to bed on this holder for a rest after it’s worked hard doing the washing up. It looks great next to the kitchen sink.
Microwave omelette maker, £14.99, Amazon
You can make delicious French omelettes in the microwave in minutes using this silicone omellette maker. Now there’s no excuse for an unhealthy breakfast.
Heston Blumenthal indoor/outdoor meat thermometer, £20, Argos
If it's good enough for Heston, it's good enough for us! The celebrity chef's thermometer, which is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, allows you to get accurate temperature readings up to 5 times faster than standard kitchen thermometers. Wow!
Egg yolk separator, £7.97, Amazon
Is it a cute ornament? No, it's a genius way to separate egg yolks with zero mess. Put this egg yolk separator in your cart and it's arguably the best £7.97 you’ll ever spend.
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Spaghetti portion measurer, £4.40, Amazon
If you never manage to calculate the right amount of spaghetti to cook, this kitchen gadget is the answer to your problems. The spaghetti portion measures you the exact amount for one to four people. Smart!
Partial to a hot chocolate? This handheld milk whisker is a complete game-changer, trust us. Turn your hot beverage from bog-standard to café worthy in seconds.
Handheld Milk Frother, £11.99, Amazon
Cordless 4 in 1 automatic wine opener, £80, Cuisinart
Fed up of accidentally corking your wine bottles? Put a stop to it with Cuisinart's 4 in 1 automatic wine opener. Not only will this nifty kitchen gadget open your bottle, it also comes with accessories for pouring and storing your wine to keep it fresher for longer.
Tortilla warmer, £8.34, Mex Grocer
Not technically a gadget but an accessory that will definitely brighten up your kitchen, this tortilla warmer does exactly what it says on the tin. Handmade and handembroidered, it will definitely be a talking point when it's at the centre of your table on Mexican night.
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