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15 TikTok-Approved Kitchen Gadgets That Are Worth the Hype – Lifehacker Australia

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If you’re one of those people who love the latest and greatest in kitchen gadgets that make life easier (hi, me!), have we got a treat for you. TikTok has introduced us to #Amazonfinds and led us down a huge rabbit hole where we’ve uncovered a range of nifty tools that’ll level up your cooking game.

From herb saving pods (because I can’t be the only one who always lets mine go to waste) and snap strainers that attach to cookware, right through to kitchen spoon scales and whisk wipes, you’re bound to find something that’ll make you think: where has this been my whole life?

Scroll for our favourite finds.

The best TikTok Kitchen Gadgets

Spoon Scale $26.90

Ever struggled to measure something out in the kitchen? This spoon scale is a 3-in-1 portioning set that includes a digital scale with two removable spoon scoop sizes that allows you to weigh both solid and liquid ingredients.

You can buy the Spoon Scale ($26.90) from Amazon here.

Prepara Herb Savor Herb Savor Pod $42.88

Prepara’s Herb Savor Pod 2.0 will prolong the life of your fresh herbs for up to three weeks, so you can enjoy fresh meals packed with flavour every time you cook. It features a hinged lid, attached stopper, refillable water well base and fits easily inside most refrigerator doors.

You can check out the Prepara Herb Savor Herb Savor Pod ($42.88) from Amazon here.

Cutting Board with Food Storage Trays and Phone Stand was $89, now $69 (save $20)

Whenever I chop veggies, it’s a chaotic event. Mushrooms here, random pile of capsicum heaped in the corner there. But one thing is consistent: I never have enough space to house them all on one board without it ending in a massive mess. That’s why this godsend of an item will allow you to slice n’ store your veggies in a little container while freeing up board space. There’s also a phone holder if you happen to like watching Netflix mid-cook.

You can buy the Cutting Board with Food Storage Trays and Phone Stand ($69) from Amazon here.

Adamco Kitchen Soap Dispenser Pump $23.49

This 2-in-1 Dish Soap Dispenser is every organised person’s dream kitchen gadget. Not only is it a soap dispenser designed for kitchen sponges, but it’s also a neat way to store your sponges without any mess. It’s small enough to fit …….

Source: https://www.lifehacker.com.au/2021/12/best-kitchen-gadgets/

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