9 Kitchen gadgets to improve your mornings

For some people, mornings mean coffee. For others, pancakes or cereal is an essential start to the day. Whatever your kryptonite, these kitchen gadgets should help you start the day right.

9 Kitchen gadgets to improve your mornings
  • What are the best breakfast foods? Egg, yogurt and oatmeal provide long-lasting energy for the day ahead.
  • What are the best gadgets for coffee drinkers? Check out our dedicated roundup here.
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They say breakfast is the most important meal of the day. While the scientific evidence for this statement is somewhat lacking, there’s every reason to fuel up in the morning. These kitchen gadgets will help you drink and dine with the minimum of fuss.

Keurig K-Café Single Serve Coffee Maker

Keurig K-Café Single Serve Coffee Maker - 9 Kitchen gadgets to improve your mornings

Using the Keurig K-Café means you can skip the trip (and the cost) to the local cafe every morning

This pod-based coffee maker lets you enjoy cappuccinos and lattes with any kind of milk — including skimmed, soy and almond. The milk frother is dishwasher safe, and the K-Café can even handle cold brew and iced coffee.

Price: $179.99 USD

OXO Conical Burr Coffee Grinder

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OXO coffee grinder

If you prefer the taste of freshly ground coffee, this machine from OXO is a must-have item. The grinder has a built-in scale for weighing your beans, and 15 different grind settings. At the push of a button, you get enough grounds for 12 cups of java.

Price: $99.95 USD

Bella Linea Extra Wide Toaster

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Extra-wide toaster

This retro-styled toaster from Bella lets you toast more than regular sliced bread. The extra-wide slots can take bagels, waffles and even slices from artisanal loaves.

Price: $23.76 USD

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Harry Potter Egg Set

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Harry Potter egg set

For all the Potterheads, this egg set will add a little magic to every morning. Egghead Harry keeps your boiled egg hot and holds your spoon. The set also includes a toast cutter in the shape of Harry’s scar.

Price: $11.71 USD

PanWaffle Pancake and Waffle Pan

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Pancake-waffle maker

Hmm, waffles or pancakes for breakfast? With PanWaffle, you don’t need to make that difficult decision. The unique design of this pan creates a crispy$24.99 waffle in the center of your pancakes.

Price: $34.95 USD

Yomee Automatic Yogurt Maker

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Yogurt maker

If yogurt is your preferred morning snack, you will love Yomee. This device lets you create your own yogurt at home from milk and add your own toppings. The companion app even lets you select your style of yogurt.

Price: $99 USD

Stainless Steel Spreadable Butter Mill

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Butter mill

This ingenious device turns thick lumps of butter into easily spreadable ribbons. You can keep the Butter Mill in your refrigerator, and even infuse your butter with garlic or honey.

Price: $24.99 USD

KitchenAid Magnetic Drive Torrent Blender

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KitchenAid blender

This blender from KitchenAid turns fruit into milkshakes and smoothies at the push of a button. The torrent blender design means there’s no lid to hold on, and the pitcher is held in place by magnets.

Price: $347.95 USD

Nostalgia Retro Breakfast Station

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Breakfast station

Sometimes, the classics can’t be beaten. This retro breakfast station lets you prepare your entire morning meal, from the coffee to the eggs and toast. Later in the day, the built-in oven is ideal for reheating pizza.

Price: $68.45 USD

Kitchen gadgets for your morning meal

However you like your eggs in the morning, these breakfast gadgets should help you get ready for the day ahead.

What is your favorite morning lifehack? Tell us in the comments!


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