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These fun paper sticks and be used to make healthy ‘lollipops’ with apples, bananas and other fruit!
We use a panini press for so many different recipes. From sandwiches, to breakfast foods and even snacks! You can grill chicken super fast on this. Definitely a kitchen tool you will want in your kitchen.
This pot is excellent for soup, stews, one-pot meals, and any meal you start on the stove and finish in the oven. We love sauteing veggies in this pot and your dish keeps all of that yummy savory flavor.
A scoop is the best tool for scooping muffins, making melon balls and even shaping meatballs.
We love these for muffins because they don’t stick to the papers and your muffin tin isn’t a mess. We make lots of mini muffins because they are easier for kids to eat!
We use these for so many things in the kitchen. For serving pasta and salad, for breading different foods, tossing a stir fry, turning a dish in the oven without taking it out, turning meat in a pan or a grill.
These are great for staining small things. We rinse our quinoa in these, strain berry seeds out of syrups or other berry mixtures, and also sift flour. Has a hook to place over a pot, and love the 3 different sizes.
This is a pack of 3 different peelers used for different things. Scalpel peeler is great for thinly peeling hard fruits and vegetables such as apples, carrots and potatoes. Use serrated peeler for more delicate fruits and vegetables such as: tomatoes, mangoes and kiwi. Julienne peeler creates thin julienne sticks from carrots, zucchini, and cucumbers.
Bake individual pot pies, egg dishes, serve your condiments and spreads in these. These are dishwasher, oven, freezer and microwave safe.
These are some of our favorite pop molds. They make beautiful uniform pops and make 10 at a time! You use wooden popsicle sticks which are great because if your kids are outside, you aren’t worried if they don’t bring them back.
Silicone is the best material for storing and freezing baby food. Your purees will pop right out with no sticking or mess. This container is easy to fill, and has a lid to keep everything sealed and perfect for storing in the freezer.
We love these for homemade baby food. They are the perfect size, have great attachments like a spoon, can go in the dishwasher, and are freezable.