I get quite a few questions about what kitchen appliances and products I use so I thought it would be a good idea to share a list of my kitchen tools and a link to where they can be purchased from.
I wouldn’t want to do without this bread maker, it is absolutely fantastic. Previous to having this I used my parents 10 year old Panasonic bread maker which is still going strong at my sisters house. Click on the image above or the link below to purchase this item.
This is the third slow cooker I have had and it is without a doubt the BEST! I use it every week and it turns out fantastic food that never gets stuck to the pan. I even think it releases less food odor then my other slow cookers did. If it broke tomorrow I would order another straight away. Click on the image above or the link below to purchase this item.
Morphy Richards Accents 48702 Sear and Stew Slow Cooker – Red
My parents bought this for me a few years ago and I love how it has enhanced my clean eating life. There are so many things I am able to do because of it. The Clean Eating Pesto and No Bake Bars that I make weekly are thanks to this fabulous appliance. Click on the image above or the link below to purchase this item.
Kenwood Compact FP120 1.4 Litre Food Processor – White
If you like my facebook page you will already know how much I love my Nutri Bullet. My kind husband bought this for me as a surprise gift and it is amazing. I don’t just use it for the fruit and veg smoothies that are suggested, I use it for fresh fruit smoothies, oat smoothies and for grinding spices too. The blades are so powerful they blend nuts and seeds completely meaning you can add the extra protein and nutrients to your smoothies without a fuss. Amazing! Click on the image above or the link below to purchase this item.
My all time favourite utensil! My Julienne Peeler. Whenever I post a picture of some vegetable spaghetti I get lots of people asking what kind of spiraliser I use. The answer is, I dont use a spiraliser at all. I dont even own one! All of my vegetable spaghetti magic is done using this small, handy peeler. So cheap, so convinient. A must have in any clean eating kitchen. You can get yours here: Lakeland Julienne Peeler
This is probably my most used kitchen tool. I LOVE IT! We get through a ridiculous amount of eggs each week and I love being able to have them on hand at room temperature whenever I need them. This Egg Skelter holds up to 18 large eggs, a great space saver! Our favourite ever neighbours had one of these in their house. They had chickens on their land and used to deliver fresh eggs to us every week. I might not have my own chickens (yet) but I absolutely love having my own Egg Skelter! You can grab one for yourself here: Garden Trading Egg Skelter
This little beauty was my 21st Birthday present from my parents and I absolutely love it. I use it for all of my big whisking, mixing and dough making. It sits so pretty on my kitchen counter, like another member of the family. Click on the image above or the link below to purchase this item.
KitchenAid K45SS Classic Stand Mixer
When I got married I asked for vouchers as wedding gifts to buy these chasseur pans. I got two pink ones and now I have two cream as well. They are brilliant, as are the Le Creuset pans. I can remember friends thinking I was mad to buy them but here I am 7 years later still using them and loving them. They are pans for life, they have great garentees on them and the customer service from the companies are great. Click on the image above or the link below to purchase this item.
Chasseur Casserole, round, 22cm, 3.0ltr Cream
My little frying pan! I love this thing. This gets used most days for making my eggs. It is the perfect size for individual omelettes or for doing any small job in (I always melt my coconut oil in it!). When these pans get a little worn (It takes a while) I make sure I replace them at the link below from Amazon. Click on the image above or the link below to purchase this item.
Tefal Intenisum 20 cm Frypan
Steaming is most definitely the way to get the most out of your veggies. This steamer is from Lakeland and it is quite a bit bigger than most generic steamers so you can fit a lot more food inside. It is an amazingly good quality steamer that gets used most days. Click on the image above or the link below to purchase this item.
Lakeland Stainless Steel 2 Tier Steamer & 4 Litre Pan Base
And this is the camera that takes all of the photos featured here on The Kitchen Shed. It is an amazing little piece of kit with lots of different modes to choose from. The point and shoot mode is excellent for beginners. This camera is an extension of me and enhances my creative eye, capturing food in the way that I really see it. I love it! Click on the image above or the link below to purchase this item.
Canon EOS 550D Digital SLR Camera (inc 18-55 mm f/3.5-5.6 IS Lens Kit)