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We get it. You're not looking for any large appliances. That Instant Pot deal, those coffee maker discounts, they're still more than you're willing to spend. You can participate in this joyful day of discount shopping without springing for the big stuff—here are the best kitchen deals under $25.
Instant Pot Steam Rack
If you've joined the cult of Instant Pot, you know the lure of IP accessories. The machine is already a multi-cooker, but you can also buy tools and attachments to make it do more. I can proudly say I've only bought one accessory, and it's a steaming rack like this one. It stands up in your pot so your fish or veggies can steam without getting soggy. Because it's made of silicone, it cools easily (no burned fingers) and is BPA-free.
OXO Silicone Pressure Cooker Roasting Rack
This roasting rack by one of our all-time favorite kitchen brands allows you to roast meat in your Instant Pot—place a whole roast chicken on top of it, for example, to ensure maximum air circulation for crispy skin.
Silpat Jellyroll Baking Mat
We don't recommend Silpat mats for roasting vegetables but for baking they're the perfect way to keep food from sticking to your sheet pans.
Tosca Olive Oil Bottle
Olive oil is sensitive. It's constantly changing with the seasons, just like fresh produce. Its flavors are subject to exposure to light, oxygen, and heat. That's why you should decant your oil into a cruet. To find the best olive oil cruet, look for a ceramic or metal one that will limit light filtration and has a slender spout at the top to prevent too much air from circulating through the bottle.
Staub Ceramic Baking Dish
This mini baking dish is adorable and perfect for cooking for one person or two. It's also pretty enough to use as serving ware. It's original price is $70 so this is a massive discount from a favorite fancy cookware brand.
Professional Grade French Press Coffee Maker & Premium Milk Frother With Stainless Steel Stand
A French press remains one of our favorite no-fuss, inexpensive tools for making coffee. This one is an extra tempting deal since it comes with our favorite milk frother. Your regular Tuesday morning cup will taste like you spent $4 on it at the coffee shop thanks to the Bean Envy frother. Get it and a French press for only $18 today (normally the frother alone costs $15).
Bean Envy Milk Frother
Or, just get the milk frother on its own at an insane discount today. It's $9 today on Amazon. It transforms a serviceable cup of French-press coffee into a fancy brew—piping hot, balanced, and finished with a blanket of sweet, soft, fine-grained foam on top. There are no bells and whistles involved—the frother itself is really just a teensy whisk—but its battery-powered motor is brawny enough to whip a small cupful of milk into a creamy, foamy cloud in seconds.
Portable Ceramic Porter Mug
This portable mug is by the maker of one of our favorite portable lunch containers for adults. It's smaller than a regular to go cup, making it perfect for people who don't drink enough to fill a whole 20-ounce insulated coffee cup in the morning. It's also stylish and feels a little more like drinking out of a regular mug from your home kitchen.
LilyBee Beeswax Wrap
Lilybee has a texture akin to cling wrap, making it our favorite beeswax wrap for using on bowls and small containers.
Takeya Vacuum-Insulated Stainless-Steel Water Bottle, 32 ounces
This is our favorite water bottle for many reasons, including its easy-to-drink-from lid, double-walled insulation, and its sturdy base.
S'well Water Bottle with Sports Cap
S’well bottles reign supreme when it comes to keeping water ice cold for long periods of time thanks to triple-walled, vacuum-insulated stainless steel. They have a tapered design that feels great in your hand, and that makes them fit nicely in backpacks and totes .We love this particular S'well for its narrow, easy-to-grip silhouette, impeccable insulation, and its new convenient sports top, which makes drinking from it on the go super easy.
Chef'n FreshForce Citrus Juicer
The Chef’n Fresh Force features a big, burley, geared hinge that looks impressive. We tested it out on a variety of lemons, limes, and oranges and found it did a great job. We found we didn’t need to exert quite as much pressure. Another great feature? The bowl has slits in the bottom instead of holes, which helped direct the juice into our measuring cup and kept even tiny seeds out. The only downside is the size. That massive hinge takes up a lot of space. Still, the Fresh Force is sturdy, well-built, and requires a bit less force than standard squeezers.
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