In most households, the kitchen is the heart of the home. It’s the place to whip up a meals, bake a sweet treat, or mix a delicious cocktail. Since we spend a good amount of time in this room, it’s fun to play around with new gadgets and accessories. Keep scrolling to find unique and fun tools for your kitchen.

Sometimes all you need to get inspired to cook or bake is a few new, handy gadgets. With summer in full swing, now is the best time to start cleaning out your old kitchen tools and investing in some new fun items.

Not a fan of cooking because you hate chopping up ingredients? Maybe these gadgets will help change your mind. Below I’ve listed some items that will help to complete your kitchen and make cooking a little more fun!

Ice Cream Scoop:

Say goodbye to fighting with the ice cream bucket with your regular scooper. The CuisiPro Scoop and Stack creates fun-shaped ice cream cylinders. No need to wait for the ice cream to soften, just push, scoop, lift, and push the button to release. 

Egg Separator:

The Williams Sonoma Egg Rings help to make perfectly round fried eggs. They fit neatly on breakfast plates and sandwiches. Place the fun rings on a fry pan, then crack an egg into each one. Once the eggs are cooked, just lift off the rings using the easy-to-grip handles.

Watermelon Popsicle Slicer:

Cool off with the Watermelon Popsicle Slicer. It will be a hit at any summer party and perfect for kids. This stainless-steel slicer slices pieces of watermelon into the best popsicles in town. Also, this is a healthier alternative to packaged popsicles.

Corn Zipper:

The Kuhn-Rikon Corn Zipper brings summer-fresh sweetness to soups and salads. They’re easy to trim from the ear with this tool and works quickly. It’s a safer option than a knife too, and best of all, no more corn stuck in your teeth. This item will be perfect for your next summer cookout.

Ladle:

Could a ladle get any cuter? These colorful UKIYO Nesssie Soup Ladles stand upright in pots and come in fun bright colors. It’s perfect for gifting for new house owners or stocking stuffers. Plus, a great way to help get your kids involved in the kitchen, too!

What’s your favorite useful kitchen gadget? Let me know in the comments below!

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