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KitchenAid is one of those brands that’s definitely worth the money, even though items like stand mixers can be a major investment (they usually cost $300 or more!)
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So when we found out that Walmart has exclusively partnered with KitchenAid to sell their tools and gadgets for a fraction of the price, we couldn’t wait to share it with you. Everything on this list costs less than $40—so you can go ahead and upgrade your kitchen essentials without breaking the bank.
Here, the 23 items from KitchenAid being released on March 9. They are available for purchase at Walmart stores, and on Walmart.com.
This all-black set comes with everything you need to get cooking, including spatulas, peeler, whisk, serving spoon, measuring cups and a can opener. This set is perfect for college kids, or newly minted chefs.
Shop Now: 15 Piece Kitchen Tool and Gadget Set, Black, $40
These mini spatulas are a must-have for any kitchen. They can reach into the nooks and crannies of small jars, scoop out the last of your brownie batter, and make a killer omelet (they’re heat-resistant up to 500 degrees.)
Shop Now: 2-Piece Bamboo Mini Spatula Set, $8
These bowls can be used in conjunction with your stand mixer, or as everyday mixing bowls. Their silicone base helps them stay sturdy, and they’re dishwasher-safe which makes for easy cleanup.
Shop Now: 3-Piece Mixing Bowl Set, $25
This grater includes fine, medium, and coarse blades, helping you shred everything from cheese to hard veggies for your favorite recipes. Bonus: it’s dishwasher-safe.
Shop Now: Box Grater, $15
This dishwasher-safe colander stands upright, and has plenty of perforated holes for quick draining. We love that its handles are designed for hanging storage, so it won’t take up a bunch of room in your cabinet.
Shop Now: 1.5-Quart Colander, $6
Strainers can be annoying to clean (have you ever tried to strain a puree?!) Thankfully, cleanup is a breeze with this dishwasher-safe version.
Shop Now: 7-Inch Mesh Strainer, $13
This spoon can be used for cooking (it’s heat-resistant up to 400 degrees) and serving food with ease.
Shop Now: Solid Spoon, $7
This six-piece set includes two silicone mini spatulas, a can opener, a pair of tongs, a spatula, and a ladle. For the just-starting-out cook, this is a great value set. There’s also a five-piece set that includes a whisk, can opener, spatula, peeler, and spoon.
Shop Now: 6-Piece Tool Set, $30
Flip fish or whip up fluffy omelets with ease with this nonstick, heat-resistant spatula. A larger spatula face means more control when flipping (say hello to perfect pancakes!) There are options for a slotted spatula, or one that’s solid.
Shop Now: Silicone Turner, $7
Great for whipping up scrambled eggs and lump-free batter, a whisk is a must-have in the kitchen. And for less than $8, it’ll pay dividends in no time.
Shop Now: Whisk, $8
This nonstick rolling pin is perfect for rolling out your favorite doughs and crusts. And for less than $20, you can buy one for your favorite baker buddy, too.
Shop Now: Rolling Pin, $20
Pizza night at home just got a lot easier, thanks to this stainless steel wheel (say that five times fast!) This tool has a finger and thumb guard, so even little hands can help cut the pie.
Shop Now: Pizza Wheel, $10
This tenderizer has two sides—a flat one for pounding, and a grooved one for tenderizing your meat. A soft-grip handle ensures your hands won’t get sore.
Shop Now: Meat Tenderizer, $15
I have a pair of tongs like these at home, and they’re one of my favorite kitchen tools (and a necessity for steak night, or serving a big salad!) The silicone tips are heat-resistant up to 500 degrees.
Shop Now: Tongs, $13
Keeping an extra pair of scissors in the kitchen is never a bad idea, and this pair is a super affordable option. We love that they’re dishwasher safe, so you can get all the grime off after spatchcocking a chicken.
Shop Now: All-Purpose Kitchen Shears, $8
Things we love about this ice cream scoop: It’s specially shaped for scooping all types of frozen desserts or cookie dough; it has a padded grip for easy handling; and it looks like it should cost way more than $9.
Shop Now: Ice Cream Scoop, $9
This extra-large ladle is perfect for doling out soups and stews, and is heat-proof up to 400 degrees.
Shop Now: Silicone Ladle, $7
The bright teal color of this gadget will make opening your can of beans a lot more exciting. It has a bottle-opener function, too. More of a neutral color fan? It comes in black, too.
Shop Now: Can Opener, $15
Peel fruits and veg with ease. Or, if you’re feeling more indulgent, shave some chocolate curls on top of dessert! It's got an extra-sharp serrated edge, which our friends at MyRecipes highly recommend. And for less than $8, you can get one for all of your friends.
Shop Now: Stainless Steel Euro Peeler, $8
This article originally appeared on Cookinglight.com