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Small kitchen appliances.

Different types of small appliances.

Small kitchen appliances serve everyone who wants to prepare meals or snacks at home. The benefits of a slow cooker or pressure cooker include simplifying dinner and cutting down on the amount of time you need to spend in the kitchen. A blender can help you incorporate more supplements, nutrients and veggies into your diet by making smoothies an easy and delicious option for snacking or as a meal. Mixers are essential to many baking recipes, and stand mixers have the added perk of allowing for numerous mixer attachments and accessories that can help you with everything from peeling veggies to making pasta.

Home coffee and espresso makers can save you money over time by allowing you to make your favorite morning beverages for a fraction of the price you’d pay at the coffee shop. And toaster ovens, microwaves and fryers all open up the options for how you can prepare meals at home.

Large kitchens allow for many small kitchen appliances, but you can accommodate a device or two even if you have a small kitchen space. You may have to choose more carefully, but there are actually some great appliances for small-scale living. For instance, you could choose a multi-cooker that combines the capabilities of a pressure cooker and air fryer in one unit.

Choosing the best small kitchen appliances for you.

When it comes down to choosing the best small appliances for you, your first questions should be: what do you like to make, and what would you like to make frequently or easily in the future? If you’re trying to develop a more nutrient-rich diet, you might think about choosing a juicer. If you want to make your meals more easily or consume more home-cooked food to cut down on preservatives, you may want to try a pressure cooker.

Microwaves used to be the convenient option for cooking a quick dinner, but now there are a lot of choices out there. Advancements in toaster ovens have made it possible to cook some classic meals without even turning on your regular oven. Plus, if you love fried foods but hate what they do to your health, you’ll be glad to know that learning to use an air fryer is simple and can help you avoid coming into contact with bubbling hot oil.

Adding to or upgrading your small kitchen appliances is an easy way to update your kitchen and make daily cooking easier and more enjoyable. Plus, baking appliances and kitchen electronics make great gifts for foodies in your life. And if you're sending a kid off to college, consider setting up a microwave or mini fridge to help your student stay well-nourished.