This Secret Section of Amazon Has Some Seriously Major Kitchen Deals

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If you’re like me, shopping on Amazon is practically a daily occurrence. Honestly, the convenience, speed, and price make it the best option for my busy life, especially for kitchen products. Who wants to go from store to store looking for the right gadgets when they’re all available with a few clicks?

Just when I thought they couldn’t get any better, I just found out they have an outlet section! Yes, you read that right. Think amazing deals on overstock products with thousands of five-star reviews and even brand names like Cuisinart and KitchenAid. While the whole kitchen section is worth a scroll, here are some great deals to get you started. 

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A favorite among the Kitchn staff and 8,000 five-star Amazon reviewers, this 18-piece glass storage set from Pyrex helps with everything from prep and serving to storage. Friendly to the fridge, freezer, microwave, and dishwasher, the glass containers are stain and odor-resistant, with plastic tops that seal tight. With a variety of sizes ranging from one to seven cup capacities, you can store everything from snack dips to casserole leftovers

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A standard 12-cup muffin pan is more versatile than you might think. Sure, a heavy-gauge aluminized steel pan with a nonstick coating like this Cuisinart one will churn out dozens of gorgeous muffins and cupcakes. But why stop there? How about breakfast sliders, mini pizzas for lunch, and shepherd’s pie for dinner? This pan is dishwasher-friendly and won’t warp, so the only limitation is your imagination. 

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Practically every home recipe in the U.S. requires dry measuring cups, so an accurate and sturdy set like this will be useful almost daily. They're made of BPA-free, dishwasher-friendly plastic with soft grips for ease of use and a nesting shape for easy storage. With standard ¼-cup to 1-cup sizes, they're also conveniently labeled with the volume measurements if needed.

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A hand mixer like this SHARDOR is often more convenient than a bulky stand mixer for most baking tasks. It’s compact, yet powerful, with a 350-watt motor and five speed options. It’s also super versatile and comes with a beater, dough hook, and whisk attachments. Cleanup is easy, requiring only a quick wipe down with a damp cloth. Want more? It also has an attached storage base, so nothing gets lost. 

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was $25.99

If you find comfort in a warm mug of tea, an electric kettle like this Sopligle will be your best friend. It’s quick, easy, and — best of all — safe. It automatically shuts off when the pot has reached a boil and when there's no water in the kettle. It has an anti-slip, stay-cool handle, and angled spout for pouring, so you won’t spill a drop. The large capacity can hold up to eight cups, so you can drink all the tea your heart desires.

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A sturdy cutting board is a must whether you’re slicing steak, dicing veggies, or prepping that cheeseboard. An all-natural bamboo board is extra tough, resistant to warping and splinters. It also absorbs fewer liquids and odors, which means less risk of cross-contamination. The built-in grooves on one side mean juices won’t run all over the place, while the flat surface on the other side allows you to use it as a serving tray.

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Things you want a good set of mixing bowls to be: durable, multifunctional, easy to clean, and easy to store. This set of six stainless steel bowls fulfills all those requirements and then some. With high sides to avoid splashing, these bowls range from 1.7 to 5.4 quarts, helping you tackle nearly any kitchen task you can think of, from tossing salads to stirring batters. Stain and rust-resistant even in the dishwasher, they also nest neatly together to store.

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Making homemade pasta is fantastic but very time consuming, so make life a little easier with an attachment for your KitchenAid. This three-in-one gadget rolls sheets of flat pasta, ribbons of fettucine, and strands of spaghetti, all in a fraction of the time it'd take with a manual machine. It easily attaches to your machine and with one click, it lets you choose from eight thickness options.

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Isn’t wasting food the worst? A vacuum sealer can help food stay fresher five times longer than conventional methods. With four adjustable modes, you can choose the best method for whatever you’re storing, from moist meats to dry nuts. With one click and just a few seconds, hazardous air is sucked out and your food is sealed in. Goodbye moldy veggies, freezer-burnt meat, icky odors, and stale snacks — hello fresh food and saving money.

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Colanders are essential tools in the kitchen for everyday tasks like rinsing veggies and draining pasta. But man, they can be bulky and awkward. That is unless you get yourself a collapsible colander with adjustable handles. Made of durable, heat-resistant silicone, it will fit in a drawer to store and a dishwasher rack to clean without a constant fight. The adjustable handles balance on basically any size sink, so it won’t tip over when you’re draining that pound of pasta. 

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A must for nonstick cook and bakeware, silicone utensils do their jobs without ruining pan surfaces. This six-piece set is heat-resistant up to 446 degrees, so you cook, bake, and baste without worry. The set contains a jar spatula, two spoon spatulas, two regular spatulas, and a brush. The seamless silicone bodies have a stainless-steel core for extra strength, so you can scrape, stir, and fold without worrying about bending or breaking.