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Cool New Cookware to Transform Your Kitchen

Krups Egg Cooker

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Eggs are a fit gal’s breakfast (and dinner and snacktime) BFF. Cook seven at a time, totally hands off, with this handy egg cooker. It allows you to cook soft, medium, or hard boiled eggs, as well as poached eggs or omelets. ($30; krupsusa.com) (Try preparing one of these savory egg recipes found in 15 Brilliant Brunch Recipes for Your Best Weekend Ever.)

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Vietnamese Vegetable Peeler

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This inexpensive gadget replaces your peeler, grater, shredder, wavy cutter, and spiralizer—for less than a dollar, reports the Huffington Post. Unfortunately, these aren’t available for sale in the U.S., but you can look for one on eBay.

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iDevices Kitchen Thermometer Mini

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A meat thermometer is key to cooking food safely. This one also ensures your food is perfectly cooked every time. Just insert the probe into your meat before cooking and the associated mobile app will tell you when your food is ready. ($40; idevicesinc.com)

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Farberware Avocado Huggers

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Whether you’re slicing avocado for a sandwich, smashing it for avocado toast, or adding some to a creamy smoothie, you often don’t need the whole thing. These little covers save your remaining avocado half and keep it fresh, so it doesn’t go to waste—and so you can enjoy more tomorrow! (4 Avocado Hacks You'll Love.) ($10; amazon.com)

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Philips Airfryer

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Score the crispy texture and rich taste of fried foods with much less fat. This oven-like tool circulates hot air around your food, to fry, bake, roast, or grill with a tablespoon of oil or less. ($200; usa.philips.com)

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Cuisinart Immersion Blender with Attachments

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The secret to creamy, luscious soups that are totally dairy-free: a stick blender. Not only does it allow you to easily mix and blend, the attachments turn it into a mini chopper and beater. ($60; amazon.com)

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Neo Smart Jar

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Measuring and tracking your food becomes a whole lot simpler when your containers are doing the work for you. The Neo Smart Jar knows, for example, how much pasta you’re storing in it (and the nutrition content of that pasta). When you shake some out to cook, the Bluetooth connected mobile app will tell you how much you’ve used, and how that fits into your daily nutrition goals (like calories or carbs). The product isn’t available yet, but you can preorder one as part of the company’s Indiegogo campaign. ($54; indiegogo.com) (And check out these 7 Cooking Splurges That Are Totally Worth It.)

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