Found: 15 of the Coolest Cooking Gadgets Under $50 From Food52

Updated 05/05/19
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When it comes to stocking our kitchen with must-have tools, we're interested in gadgets that are less gimmicky and more Ina Garten–worthy. In our search for top-drawer kitchen accessories, we culled through Food52's shop to bring you the best kitchen tools under $50. Trust us—you're going to want to clear some space in your drawers and cabinets to make room for these affordable buys.

Ranging from an ingenious cold brew to-go bottle that'll make you want to be your own barista to a beautiful walnut pasta cutter that'll inspire you to channel your inner Giada De Laurentiis, these are hands down the coolest cooking gadgets money can buy. We're convinced everyone will want to spend some time in the kitchen after clicking through our top picks.

Click through the gallery below to start stocking your kitchen.

Dansk Kobenstyle Saucepan $34

A Scandinavian-inspired saucepan so stylish you'll want to leave it on the burner indefinitely. 

Kinto Glass & Cork Canisters (Set of 2) $32

Store everything from sugar to flour to beans in these airtight containers. Dry goods have never looked so countertop-worthy. 

Amana Woolen Mill Walnut Pasta Cutter $39

Who needs cooking school when you have a pasta cutter like this one? 

Yamazaki Home Steel & Wood Magnetic Refrigerator Rack $48

If your kitchen is seriously lacking in the storage department, this magnetic refrigerator rack is a game changer.

CrushGrind Stockholm Salt & Pepper Grinder $38

Upgrade your table with salt and pepper grinders you'll be proud to display. (It's about time you ditched those plastic ones anyway, no?)

Crow Canyon Home Enamel Roasting Pans (Set of 2) $39

Your roasted veggies can go straight from the oven to the table in this eye-catching pan.

Formaticum Cheese Wire Cutter $36

Take your cheese board game to the next level with this tiny tool. A cheese wire cutter may seem like a superfluous purchase, but trust us, you'll never look back.

Stumptown Coffee Hario Skerton Portable Coffee Grinder $44

Coffee connoisseurs, this one is for you. This portable gadget will convince you that hand-ground coffee is worth the extra effort.

Kinto Color-Dipped Japanese Mugs (Set of 2) $46

A mug this pretty is bound to make mornings a bit more bearable. 

Full Circle Home Brumi Pour Over & Cold Brew To-Go Bottle $37

This ingenious kitchen gadget lets you be your own barista. The to-go design makes it easy to take your cold brew from the kitchen to the office.

W&P Design Cocktail Ice Cube Trays (Set of 3) $42

Your bar cart is stocked, but what about your freezer? No cocktail is complete without ice, and these spherical ice cubes make for a particularly impressive presentation.

W&P Design Metallic Pineapple Tumbler $38

Add instant style to your bar cart with a tumbler that doubles as a beautiful home accessory.

Onyx Paddle Pop Mold $45

Unlike most popsicle molds, this stainless steel version lets you pop out one frozen treat at a time so you can indulge your sweet tooth in moderation.

Zwilling J.A. Henckels Ballarini Professionale Nonstick Fry Pan $36

According to Food52, this Italian import will make you feel like the next Anthony Bourdain. Based on that description alone, we're willing to give this $36 pan a try.

C. Palmer Manufacturing Ravioli Press $20

After you make your own ravioli from scratch, it's safe to say the store-bought stuff just won't cut it anymore.

What cooking gadget makes you feel like a professional chef? Tell us in the comments below.

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