There are millions of products listed on — hundreds of millions, actually — so deciding what to buy can be rough. We took to the site to track down some of the best- and most- reviewed kitchen goods. These are the five you need to put in your cart, like, yesterday.
1. Cuisinart 5-in1 Griddler (7,142 Reviews)
At first glance, this looks like a George Foreman knock-off, but read about the special features. The top of the panini press pulls all the way open to lie flat, so you have a double-wide grill surface. You can do the same with a smooth griddle surface.
2. Ninja Professional Blender (3,263 Reviews)
If you're not looking to shell out for a Vitamix, this is a good compromise. The full-size blender can perform on three different speeds. Plus, you'll get single serving cups with a blade lid to make a smoothie for one.
3. Victorinox Chef's Knife (5,898 Reviews)
Most people think they need to pay upwards of 100 bucks for a decent chef's knife, but you can actually get one that works well for way less. This $40 blade has nearly 6,000 glowing reviews — 4,977 of them five-star.
4. Yonanas Soft Serve Maker (1,916 Reviews)
Oprah named one of her favorite things, so you know it's worth it. When you drop chunks of frozen fruit down the mini machine's chute, it grinds them into a sorbet-like consistency. Just fruit = healthier than Halo Top.
5. Instant Pot (26,570)
Honestly, have you really not bought one yet? There's almost nothing you can't make in an Instant Pot, but if you're hurting for ideas, .