Kitchen Starter Set
This affordable set of nesting mixing bowls with lids also comes with grater attachments and kitchen tools, making it a great buy for a kitchen refresh or gift for someone learning to cook more.
Mini Muffin Pan
Mini-muffins are a great lunchbox item to make – you can sneak fruits, grains, and even vegetables in them, freeze a big batch and take them out to pack lunches each day. This pan holds up well and is non-stick.
Yeti Travel Mug
The best coffee mug for on-the-go. When they say “strong hold lid,” they mean it… despite my best efforts I have never spilled coffee out of this mug and it keeps beverages warm for hours.
I use these inexpensive organizers in our bathroom and “junk” drawers in the kitchen to keep them tidy and easy to manage.
Stanley 30oz Water Bottle
I’ve added a couple of these to my water bottle collection, such great colors and they’re easy to carry. No straw needed!
USA Bakeware Loaf Tin
I love this bakeware brand and use these for all my pumpkin and banana breads and loaf cakes.
We all deserve a beautiful mug to make our morning coffee or tea feel special. I love this one, handmade in Portugal.
This flatware set is high quality, durable, corrosion resistant and dishwasher safe! Less than $50 for 4 servings, love the sleek and classic design too.
Stasher Lunch and Travel Food Bags
My kids love the colorful shades of these reuseable silicon bags, I use them for transporting snacks to and from school or activities in place of single-use ziploc bags.
French Pepper Mill
I’ve had my iconic Peugeot Pepper Mill since learning about it at Martha Stewart. It’s beautiful, high quality, and can last you a lifetime. I use it daily.
Mixing Bowl Set
I’m a big fan of a mixing bowl that is both pretty and functional to go from kitchen to table. This set has you covered.
I use this big jar to store everything from cookies to leftover bagels and breads. It comes with lots of labels and keeps food fresh.
Microwave Popcorn Popper
$14 for the ability to make fresh popcorn in minutes in your microwave. We use ours all the time.
Reusable Grocery Bags
These are incredible, they’re durable, fold up easily and hold SO much more than you’d ever think. I have two packs of them in my trunk at all times.
An absolute must in any vegetable-enthusiast’s cookbook collection
My favorite water glasses for summer
Get a couple of sets of these glasses and use them for everyday or entertaining. If you have kids, you’ll appreciate that they are sturdy and less liable to break too.
$13 cell phone holder
I own three of these and have them in different rooms of my house. No brainer.
Ticking Stripe Summer Tablecloth
Green is my favorite color, so this tablecloth was a no-brainer for $35 off Amazon.
Affordable Melamine Dinnerware
It’s so hard to find melamine dinnerware that is also attractive. This set is fresh and summery and the price can’t be beat.
Iced Coffee To-Go Glasses
You can put anything in these glasses, but iced coffee is my go-to. Love the sleek style and bamboo lids.
My Pantry Storage Containers
If you’ve seen my pantry and cabinets you know I keep everything in these – coffee beans, cereal, chips, you name it. I’m slightly obsessed.
My Everyday Coasters
Coasters that look nice stacked on your coffee table, grip the bottom of your glasses, and come in neutral, muted shades.
Water Bottle Storage
Two of these units saves space and sanity in your cupboards if you’re like me and swimming in water bottles. Such a smart storage solution!
Stainless Steel Sponges
The sponges I use to clean all of my pans, they get everything off easily… including from cast iron.
Bamboo Serving Tray
I just bought this set of bamboo trays and love them. The quality is great, especially for the price, and they can be used on a coffee table as I do, for cocktails, and more.
Insulated Tumbler with Straw
A more affordable alternative to the Stanley, I own two of these travel cups – they come in lots of great colors and patterns and they keep drinks cold all day long.
My Salad Spinner
If you make salads, and I know you do, then this salad spinner is a must. Rinse and spin your greens dry in seconds so they’re ready to go!
Old Havana Mugs
I love these mugs for coffee or tea, especially in this beautiful blue for spring and summer.
These are the perfect linen/cotton blend napkins. The price is great, they aren’t too thick or too thin and they come in tons of colors.
I used to always forget if I had taken my medication for the day. This genius tracker sticks right onto your medicine bottle to make sure you’re on schedule. So smart.
My Easter Tablecloth
You all love when I post these tablecloths. This pink pattern is beautiful, a great price, and perfect for any occasion through the spring and summer including Easter and Mother’s Day.
OXO 3-Piece Mixing Bowl Set
If you buy one set of mixing bowls it should be these. They are sturdy thanks to a gripped bottom which keeps the bowls in place while you mix and really durable. I use mine weekly for baking and more.
The Viral Stanley Cup
Is it hyped up? Yes. Do I love it? Also, yes. I use mine most when I’m going to be out all day and want to stay hydrated, and it’s ideal for warm weather days spent at the beach. Liquids stay cold, and it fits in the cup holder in my car despite it’s (very) large size.
If you’re a serious cook, you may know about these spoons. It’s the professional holy grail for a reason, it’s ideal for saucing, basting, tasting while cooking and even serving. The slight taper at the end, the comfortable handle, the durability: its perfection.
The Dinnerware You’re Always Asking About
These are the shallow bowls you see me using for soups, salads, and pasta in my videos and the ones you’re always asking me about. They are microwave and dishwasher safe and fit for everyday as well as company. Love them.
Juliska Berry & Thread Rectangular Baker
I love Juliska’s Berry and Thread Collection, they are beautiful and versatile for everyday or holiday. This is a perfect size for baking a one-pan meal like lasagna, casseroles, or meatballs and taking straight to the table.
Dinner: Changing the Game: A Cookbook
Melissa Clark, the NY Times Food Contributor, is a legend in the recipe development space, and the brains behind dozens of best selling cookbooks. This cookbook focuses solely on the most challenging meal for us all – dinner.
Stand Mixer Beater Blade Attachment
This beater blade is a GAME CHANGER. It is so frustrating when the beater of my mixer does not catch all of the food. This tool grabs everything so you don’t need to do any extra mixing.
My Go-To Dutch Oven
I first fell in love with the fine French cookware brand, Staub, when working for Martha Stewart. She loves the brand, and now so do I. I use this beautiful 5 quart dutch oven all the time for soups, stews, and braises and it still looks good as new. On major sale right now, run don’t walk!
Souper Cubes Freezer Containers
You’ve seen these genius freezer food containers all over my blog posts and videos, because I use them multiple times a week. I portion out leftover tomato paste in the tablespoon portioned containers, leftover coconut milk, applesauce in the 1/2 cup containers, and freeze stock and leftover soup in the 2 cup containers. Once it’s frozen, I transfer to freezer safe bags and I’m that much closer to dinner on a future busy evening.