Wow, this list looks a lot like my wedding registry did.
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A reversible cast-iron grill and griddle pan that’ll support you whether you find yourself wanting a fancy steak dinner or a stack of fluffy pancakes.
A Le Creuset Dutch oven you can use to take your new bread baking hobby to the next level. Don’t be ashamed — I know you’ve been stressing over what to name your sourdough starter.
Stainless steel OXO Pop containers that’ll match all of your appliances and keep your pantry so neat and orderly Marie Kondo would burst into tears of joy upon seeing it.
A French press to help you create the perfect cup of coffee in your own kitchen *and* help you save some dollars while cutting back on morning Starbucks runs.
A cooling rack that’ll ensure your famous chocolate chip cookies have a proper place to cool down (if you can wait that long before shoving one in your mouth, that is).
A 7-piece measuring spoon set from OXO, because you should probably stop eyeballing how much salt goes into your recipes.
A too-cute mini waffle maker that’ll inspire you to make a delicious breakfast every day of the week.
An OXO pizza wheel you should probably invest in if you don’t have one already for when you attempt to make your own pie at home.
A cast-iron grill press that’ll help you create restaurant-worthy paninis and burgers you’ll salivate over every time.
A KitchenAid food chopper to spare you the hassle of trying to finely chop ingredients *and* make sure all of your sauces and soups will be lump-free.
Ceramic pie weights you’ll be so pleased you bought when you see how beautiful and even your next crust bakes.
A donut pan that’ll help you fulfill your craving for apple cider donuts even if it’s the middle of August.
A marble cheese board with a built-in slicer so snacking while watching The Great British Baking Show for the 100th time will be easier than ever before.
An OXO small salad spinner for when you want to make a single serving and don’t want to rinse/dry an entire head of lettuce.
A classic quilted oven mitt to protect your hands from pesky burns while you remove your baking sheet from the oven or bring your pot over to the sink to drain boiling water.
Stainless-steel mixing bowls that’ll match all of your appliances — yes, even if you decide to go with that retro red fridge.
A classic Le Creuset tea kettle you can use to brew a cozy cup *and* add a pop of color to your stove top. Delightful!
And a honey dipper that’ll make you feel like you’re at a quaint little café the next time you make yourself a cup of tea.
Refillable salt and pepper grinders with nonslip grips so you can enthusiastically season your meals like Instagram’s Salt Bae.
A French rolling pin that’ll help you channel your inner artisan baker as you flawlessly roll out your pie, tart, or cookie dough.
A delicate porcelain ramekin with ribbed sides you can count on to make even your simple recipe for baked mac ‘n’ cheese look Instagram-worthy.
A cookie scoop, so all of your precious balls of dough will come out *exactly* the same size and look simply stunning before you gobble ’em up.
A milk frother that’ll transform your hot chocolate into one out of a Hallmark Christmas movie scene. Delish.
A splurge-worthy 7-quart KitchenAid stand mixer you’ve probably been debating buying for years now — go ahead, it’s worth it.
Handle protectors you can slip onto your pots and pans to ensure you have a strong grip while transferring them off the stove. No burns in this house, people!
Wooden salad hands, so the next time your parents come over for dinner you won’t have to serve them with mis-matched utensils and then hear about how unprepared you were for the rest of the month.
A standard apron that’ll protect your clothes from being dusted in flour, caked in batter, or splattered with oil.
A bread cutter shaped like a monster you can use to bring an egg-stra fun element to your typically boring breakfast.
A compact digital thermometer for when the recipe you’re following says “cook until the inside measures 400 degrees” you won’t feel like you’re making a wild guess when you take your food out of the oven sans-thermometer.
Metal straws you can add to your homemade iced coffee, a soda, or even just a glass of water to make it feel fancy while also being more eco-friendly. Win-win!
And a Breville Smart Scoop Ice Cream Compressor that’ll seem like a pricey purchase at first but then feel priceless after you successfully make your first batch of homemade ice cream.
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