31 Things From Walmart To Buy When You Finally Decide To Update Your Kitchen

31 Things From Walmart To Buy When You Finally Decide To Update Your Kitchen

Dinner time just got a *wholelot more fun.

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A set of four storage containers that’ll turn your cluttered pantry into a beautiful, organized masterpiece that even Kim and Khloe would approve of.

An image of a four food storage containers on a table


Promising review: “I purchased these to help organize my pantry, especially with pasta and rice in mind. The Flip Tite containers lock securely, and I can easily see the pasta I want without moving boxes around to locate the item I want!”—Bobtail

Price: $25.80 


A stainless steel bench scraper to scrape, chop, and scoop anything from veggies to pizza dough. Every complete kitchen needs one of these for prep work!

the bench scraper on a cutting board with chopped bell peppers and celery


Promising review: “Great little gadget. I watched a chef on YouTube chop up some items and really like the scraper/chopper. I found one that looked like it on Walmart. I ordered it, and it was just as described, came quickly, and I enjoy using it. Makes a quick job of slicing and dicing onions and mushrooms so far.” —Daniel

Price: $8.99


A heavy-duty veggie slicer with an attached container to speed up your slicin’ and dicin’ process. No more crying while cutting onions for salsa here!

An image of a heavy duty vegetable slicer with four blades


Promising review:  “This chopper is awesome! It is sturdy, well-built. I especially like the ease of changing the blades and the switch beneath to secure the top to the cutting surface. It is very well designed. I have used other choppers, and this is by far the most convenient design for a chopper.” —SFears

Price:  $19.97+ (available in two sizes)


A digital food scale so you can quickly and easily get the most accurate measurements for your food without having to just make an “educated guess.”

the digital food scale with parsley on top


Promising review:  “The is the first digital scale I have ever owned, and the precision is fantastic. I place a small saucer or bowl on top, hit the tare button to make that the new zero weight, and add the ingredients right on the scale. Using the bowl or saucer also minimizes cleanup. The scale turns itself off automatically, or you can do it manually. Wish I had bought one sooner.” —GBGPA

Price: $9.84+ (originally $19.95; available in seven colors) 


An iced coffee maker so you don’t have to use leftover refrigerated coffee from your ancient traditional coffee pot. You deserve the best, babe.

An iced coffee maker with reusable tumbler and coffee filter


Promising review: “I’m in loooooove! The ease of use and ability to have fresh iced coffee in less than three minutes is wonderful! I’m telling everyone about it!” —GrandmamaOf8

Price: $24.98 (originally $34.99; available in three colors) 


And a breakfast sandwich maker so you can whip up a delicious sammie with all your favorite ingredients to go along with your morning caffeine.

The breakfast sandwich maker with the breakfast sandwich on it


Promising review: “This is a great little gadget. I’ve had a breakfast sandwich every day since I bought it. Have also made a grilled cheese sandwich in it and warmed up five little pancakes. Fun item. I’ll probably buy a 4-inch cookie cutter to but bread and things to size before cooking.” —Norma

Price: $21.95


A meat thermometer so you won’t have to worry about over (or under) cooking your meat. This will make sure you’re cooking to the *perfecttemp every single time.

An image of a meat thermometer


Promising review: “This is a must-have for kitchen geeks like me. It instantly inserts into meat and in chicken between leg and thigh; you can tell instantly if it’s done. And not breakable like glass ones.” —Pat

Price:  $11.99+ (available in two colors)


A modern stoneware dish set that’s worthy of being on display in your glass cabinets or on a floating shelf. These are so chic, you’re not going to want to keep ’em hidden.

An image of a 12-piece dinnerware set


This dinnerware set includes four plates, four bowls, and four mugs. 

Promising review:  “I have been searching forever for some white dishware after buying our house. Then, I saw these and was instantly in heaven. Great quality. They are the best!” —Lynette

Price:  $39.92+ (available in three colors) 


A rotating kitchen utensil set so you can quickly grab the tool you need while you’re in the middle of cooking. No need to dig through that cluttered utensil drawer.

An image of a model in a kitchen next to a rotating utensil stand


Set includes one solid spoon, one slotted spoon, one flexible turner, one slotted turner, one ladle, one spaghetti server, and one rotating storage stand. 

Promising review: “I went searching for a quality replacement and came across this entire collection of kickstand tools. I have no counter space, so the stand is still in the box stowed away, but the tools are being used daily.” —Willster

Price:  $49.99


A dual-sided veggie brush so you can take all those earthly dirts off of potatoes, carrots, mushrooms, and everything in between. Plus, it’s dishwasher safe, so it’s easy to get squeaky clean post-scrub.


Promising review: “Great tool for scrubbing potatoes with the large brush, which has stiff bristles, and the smaller one does a nice job on my mushrooms.” —charles

Price: $5.26


A multi-functional blender system that’ll fulfill all of your processing, puréeing, crushing, and even chopping dreams. This bad boy does it all — salsas, smoothies, soups, sauces, dips — you name it!

The Ninja blender with different attachments next to it


Promising Review:  “This blender is the best blender purchase I’ve ever made. I’ve probably purchased at least 10 to 12 blenders in my life, and none of them have met my expectations until now. It has the durability to crush hard food ingredients and ice without struggle. Very pleased with this purchase.” —Reneisha

Price: $199


A knife sharpener to keep all of your cutting tools in tip-top shape. Nothing worse than a dull, unusable knife, amirite?

An image of a knife sharpener


Promising review: “Sturdy and easy to use. It’s easy to grip and does a great job on my kitchen knives.” —aijia

Price:  $9.59 


A sparkling water maker because why buy it in bulk when you can make it at home? Your guests will be utterly amazed when you present them with homemade seltzer!

the sodastream in white


Promising review: “Love this! The easy snap in feature of the CO2 canister and the bottle make this carbonator a must-have for your home. It doesn’t feel like a hassle.” —Tiffany

Price: $79.99+ (originally $89; available in four colors)


An electric coffee grinder so you can have perfectly-ground coffee without having to take a trip to Starbucks. From ultra-fine to course, you can even use it for grinding things like nuts, seeds, and spices.

An image of an electric coffee and spice grinder


Promising review:  “Wonderful, well-made product. Scoop in the beans, and turn it on, and you have coffee to use for your electric coffee maker. Choose the grind size you want, and use the machine. Keep it clean for optimum life.” —Muthamouth

Price: $18.88 


A frozen drink maker so can stop spending all that money at the bar and just make ’em at home. Plus, the body of the blender turns into a pitcher, so you can immediately start pouring after you’ve finished blending.

The frozen drink machine on a counter next to two glasses and people in the background


Promising Review:  “Easy to use. Makes frozen drinks just like at a restaurant or bar. Love the pitcher for easy pour.” —DeeDee

Price: $195


A 15-piece knife block set with a built-in sharpener that’ll totally replace the hodgepodge of random, dull knives you’ve collected over the years. With this set, you’ll be set up like a pro chef.

The knife block with all of the knives, each has a red handle on it


Promising Review:  “Amazing quality knives at a normal price compared to really, really expensive knives. Works really well for all purposes in the kitchen. And as long as you take care of them, expect it to last a long, long time.” —Ankit

Price: $49.99


A 6-in-1 opener that’ll make opening cans, jars, bottles, bags, and even safety seals a thousand times easier. Say farewell to the days of running things under hot water or finding someone stronger to get the job done.

The bottle opener with several photos showcasing different ways of using it


Promising Review:  “This is the best product for opening bottles, pop cans, and so much more. Very helpful for people with disabilities and seniors, just about anybody. Every home should have at least one or two.” —Angela

Price: $6.30+ (available in one piece or two piece)


A 6-in-1 immersion blender to make blending, puréeing, mixing, grating, ribboning, spiraling, and chopping veggies possible with one single tool.

The immersion blender with all of the attachments


Promising Review:  “I liked this product because it is very easy to use — it blends and slices very well, and cleanup is a breeze!” —Violet

Price: $45.23


A quesadilla maker to make Taco Tuesdays (or rather, Quesadilla Tuesdays) with the fam that much easier. Use this contraption to make your fav cheesy treat in seconds.

A quesadilla maker


Promising Review:  “I love this Hamilton Beach Quesadilla Maker. It’s quick, easy, leaves indentations on the top and bottom, and seals the outer edges, makes six perfectly sized quesadillas, and cleanup is a snap; my only regret is not buying it sooner. I highly recommend, and the Walmart price and delivery was good.” — Brenda

Price: $31.49


A 6-quart pressure cooker that’s great for kitchens with busy families because the options are endless. Use it as a pressure cooker, rice cooker, steamer, and even yogurt maker. A true jack of all trades.

The Instant Pot in black and chrome


Promising Review:  “I have used this every day since purchasing it. I hardly use my oven or stove at all anymore! It’s great if you need to throw a meal together in a hurry!” —Grandma

Price: $81.99


A handheld food vacuum sealer so you can preserve fresh fruit, vegetables, meat, or even leftovers. This gadget is great for meal prep — simply divide up your food, and pack it away for the week to prevent it from spoiling as quickly.

The handheld food saver in black next to celery


Promising Review:  “This is SO convenient for storing small items and resealing snacks without having to set up the larger appliance. I keep it on my counter plugged-in, and it does not take up any space.” —Nana Bakes

Price: $29.78


A set of two ceramic baking dishes that complement each other (and whatever you cook inside of them) perfectly. These are such a classic style, you could even leave them out on display.

two red baking dishes


Price: $49.95+ (available in eight colors)


A five-piece nonstick bakeware set to replace those rusty and crusty ones you’ve been using for years. Nothing says kitchen reset like some brand-spankin’-new pans.

the pans with cake, muffins and cookies on them


This set includes one round pan, one muffin tray, one baking sheet, one loaf pan, and one oblong pan.

Promising review: “Nonstick, stackable for small cabinets. A good starting over set so you at least have the basics.” —Cynthia

Price: $22.22 for a five-piece set


A sushi roll maker so you can bring the all-you-can-eat buffet to your home (and perhaps adopt a new cooking skill)! This contraption is fun to use, easy to clean, and great for a stay-in dinner date.

The white sushi maker and three sushi rolls


Promising Review:  “This is an amazing tool. So much easier than the bamboo roll. Glad I took a chance on this tool, and it was a fair price.” —Peg

Price: $8.50


A nonstick griddle with a removable warming tray so you can mass produce copious amounts of pancakes for Sunday brunch *andmake sure they stay the perfect temp.

Model is flipping pancakes on the black electric griddle


Promising Review:  “The warming tray is awesome. It is a great plus. Cleanup is so easy, the heating time is quick, and it cooks the food very even. Great addition to my kitchen.” —debbyr

Price: $49.99


A garlic press rocker so you’ll never have to mince another garlic clove by hand again. Save the hassle and the mess with this handy gadget — a win-win.

stainless steel garlic rocker on cutting board



A grill-top pizza oven that’ll turn any grill into a brick oven, pizza-making machine. Who needs delivery? Now, you can enjoy a family pizza night at home whenever you want!

A pizza oven kit for a grill and a pizza coming out of it


Works with gas, pellet, or charcoal grills.

Promising Review:  “I’ve always wanted a pizza oven. This oven fits right over your grill. Easy to use. Pizza comes out nice and crispy. The family got together and made pizzas. It was a lot of fun. Great for summer when it is too hot to cook inside. This would make a great gift.” —Rose0202

Price: $121.57


A pineapple corer and slicer so you can take advantage of every square inch of your pineapples. Just chop off the top, then twist this tool all the way to the bottom. Easy!

the pineapple corer


Promising review: “My family adores grilled pineapple, and this is the perfect easy-to-use tool to quickly core and slice a fresh pineapple. It is easy to separate for cleaning and able to be hand washed or go top shelf in the dishwasher.” — Walmart Reviewer

Price: $9.97


A cast-iron griddle press so you can make restaurant-quality grilled cheeses, burgers, and paninis in your kitchen. Plus, it’s got a heat-resistant handle, so you won’t burn yourself. (Whew!)

the griddle press


Promising review: “Perfect for all things pressed — from bacon to smash burgers! Gets the job done!” —Steve

Price: $22.97


A Pioneer Woman ice cream maker so you can make your own ice cream, sorbet, frozen yogurt, and gelato juuust like they did back in the olden days. All you need is ice, salt, and your fav ingredients.

the red, wood, and floral ice cream maker


Promising review: “So very easy!! We cut all recipes in half, worked well. The ice cream is very rich and delicious using recipes that came with the booklet. Not all ice needs to be crushed…handy! Much appreciated by my family. Thanks, Ree!!” —margaret

Price:  $29.94


A KitchenAid stand mixer so you don’t have to keep whisking and stirring up those baked goods by hand. This’ll save you time and arm power!

white stand mixer and cupcakes


Promising review: “I love my KitchenAid — I feel like a total professional, lol, and it was at a great price; couldn’t pass it up. Made my first batch of strawberry cupcakes.” —Bakinglover

Price: $269 (originally $299; available in two colors)

Need ingredients for all your new recipes? Shop each recipe directly through the app, or check out Walmart’s grocery selection to get veggies, meat, seafood, and more delivered right to your door.

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The reviews for this post have been edited for length and clarity.