Table of Contents
- 1 Kitchenaid Artisan Mini Plus Stand Mixer
- 2 Cosori Air Fryer Max XL
- 3 Le Creuset 5.5 Quart Dutch Oven
- 4 iRobot Roomba i3 Automatic Vacuum
- 5 Café Specialty Drip Coffee Maker
- 6 Instant Pot Duo Crisp, 6 Quart
- 7 Stainless Steel Titanium Sauté Pan, 3.5 Quart
- 8 Dyson V7 Animal Cordless Stick Vacuum
- 9 Breville Smart Oven Pro Air Fryer
- 10 Zojirushi Micom 5.5-Cup Rice Cooker
- 11 BLACK+DECKER Handheld Vacuum
- 12 Chef’n FreshForce Citrus Juicer
- 13 SodaStream Terra Sparkling Water Maker
- 14 Kyocera 3-Piece Ceramic Knife Set
- 15 KitchenAid Cordless Hand Mixer, 7 Speed
Happy Black Friday! I’m jumping the gun, you say? Not according to the best Amazon Black Friday deals (2021) that are live right now, ready to be snapped up while your turkey brines. There’s arguably no better time to buy BA’s favorite digital air fryer, the most comfortable kitchen slippers, and the best blender on the planet. Yes I know, participating in this festival of tumultuous consumerism can be a lot. But that top-notch espresso machine isn’t going to buy itself, and you might as well save some money while you’re at it. Whether you’re on a holiday shopping mission (check out our 2021 gift guide if you need inspo) or you just want to treat yourself to some new cooking gear, the list below is a great place to start. And if you’re looking for deals from Target, Nordstrom, and our favorite DTC-cookware companies, head on over to our complete round-up of Black Friday kitchen deals.
There’s no better stand mixer for small spaces than the KitchenAid Mini Plus. It has all the power of a classic model with a 3.5-qt. capacity that can mix up to five dozen cookies at a time.
Kicking your single-use plastic habit is easy when you have reusable dishwasher-, microwave-, freezer-, and oven-safe silicone bags that come in pretty colors like pastel blue and bubblegum pink.
Now is the time to move that Vitamix from your virtual cart to your kitchen! From crushing ice to puréeing veggies to making nut milk, there’s (almost) nothing the Vitamix 5200 can’t handle. Not sure if you need one? Take our quiz—it’s like Seventeen magazine but with blenders instead of boys.
An air fryer is something you don’t need but absolutely want. How else are you going to master these super-crispy sesame chicken tenders and spiced potato wedges? The Cosori Max is one of the best air fryers in our book (associate food editor Rachel Gurjar used it to develop her air fryer recipes). It has a 6-qt. capacity and 11 cooking presets.
Every November, Black Friday comes around and you consider gifting someone (maybe even yourself?) the classic Le Creuset Dutch oven. This is the year you actually do it. You probably already know that Le Creuset is synonymous with quality, but read all about why it’s one of the best Dutch ovens out there.
Get a head start on cleanup with your new favorite cooking buddy. The Roomba i3—equipped with dirt-detecting sensors and multiple sweepers—cleans the floor while you make dinner.
A chic coffee maker with smart technology that allows you to control the strength, size, and temperature of your brew from your phone. Bonus: The insulated carafe keeps your drink hot longer.
With this super-sleek (and dead simple) sous vide machine, you’ll never overcook chicken breasts, salmon fillets, and rib eyes again. Just lower it into a pot of water and set the controls via the Joule mobile app, which also provides cooking temps and cues for doneness.
Speaking of sous vide cooking, you’ll need a mechanism for locking in that steak as it cooks. We love this FoodSaver vacuum sealer, which also works wonders for meal prep (your vacuum-sealed food will keep in the fridge for about a month after it’s cooked).
Finally decided to get an IP but don’t know where to start? Go with the 6-qt. Duo Crisp, one of the best Amazon Black Friday deals this year. It’s the perfect capacity for most recipes (and it’s the only Instant Pot that can also air fry).
This set of wine glasses features Riedel’s most functional and versatile bowl, good not just for wine but also spritzes and G&Ts.
Test kitchen director Chris Morocco uses this pan more than any tool in his kitchen—and for good reason. It conducts heat flawlessly; it’s insanely durable; and it’s easy to clean.
With powerful suction and motorized brushes, this lightweight device transforms from a sleek and sturdy stick vacuum to handheld vac in seconds, allowing you to get under the kitchen counters or zap up crumbs behind the toaster. Switch between different power modes and tool heads for optimal cleaning, then store it on its docking station when you’re done.
Featuring 1800 watts of power, this countertop convection oven might just work better than your full-size oven. Use it to cook a pizza, bake a cake, or roast a whole chicken.
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: If you’re serious about rice, you need this rice cooker. Equipped with a micro computer that practically erases human error, it’s the best route to perfect rice every single time.
Meet our test kitchen’s most prized appliance: A humble cordless dustbuster that picks up dust, yes, but also spilled spices, onion skins, and carrot shavings.
Looking for a good handheld citrus juicer? The Chef’n FreshForce is the best there is. With a heavy-duty design, it quickly squeezes out extra juice without getting your hands messy.
Turn flat water into a fun, bubbly bev in a flash. Keeping this easy-to-use fully automatic machine on your counter means your days of buying La Croix in bulk are over.
No knife will remain sharp forever, but ceramic knives stay sharper longer—and they’ll never rust! Associate food editor Zaynab Issa loves this trio for chopping piles of veggies.
The compact yet powerful NutriBullet Pro+ works just as well for making silky smoothies as it does for chunky dips. This set includes a sturdy motor base, 32-oz. cup, 24-oz. cup, and more.
A sleek and modern cordless hand mixer that can power through four batches of cookies without needing a recharge? Yes, please.