These are some of the products I use in my kitchen regularly! All products are linked in the photos as well as in the product name in the description for you so that you can easily click and shop online. Happy cooking!

Pots + Pans:

Le Creuset Saucepan– Obsessed with this cute little saucepan. It’s not only pretty, its super high quality (lasts forever). A staple on my stovetop- I use it almost every day for making 1-2 servings of pasta or rice, or heating up soups or leftovers.

Our Place Always Pan (Discount code: GATH10) This pan is my newest obsession. I use it every day- it’s a great non-toxic non-stick pan, plus the steam insert is so key. And it’s gorgeous!

Le Creuset 3 QT Saute Pan- Another one I use very freuqently. When a dish needs to be sautéed or simmered in a skillet with deeper sides, this is the one I use! Love that it comes with a lid for steaming and sautéing purposes.

Le Creuset Dutch Oven- This is a pricey one, but it’s pretty much the only dutch oven I will ever need to buy in my life! The quality is amazing, and the size is great for soups, stews, chili, etc.! The one linked here is a great size, but I personally have the 7 QT size linked here.

Le Creuset Casserole Dish– obsessed with this baby. Plus, it comes in a bunch of stunning colors. I use this for roasting veggies, chicken, or easy one pan meals.

KitchenAid Bakeware Set– I love the different sizes that come in this set- and the color is so pretty! 🙂 I bake often, so I use the entire set a lot. I also use the pans for sheet pan meals and roasting veggies or protein!

Everyday Essentials:

Material Kitchen Iconics Set– This is my everyday kitchen set- it has all the utensil essentials plus 3 amazing (and gorgeous) knives. It is so sleek and has a minimalist vibe that I love. I recommend this to everyone- it also makes a great gift!

Vitamix Blender– I have the Ascend 2500 Vitamin and love it! It’s one of their more affordable blenders, and it works SO well for blending just about anything. I use this every single day for smoothies, blended soups, and pasta or curry sauces!

Food 52 Bamboo Cutting Board. It’s such a good size for prepping veggies/fruits/proteins, and it has a slot for your phone if you’re following a recipe!

Storage + Sustainability:

Pyrex Tupperware Set- This set is the BEST for meal prep storage. I love that you can see exactly what’s in them, and both the bottom and the lid are glass and not plastic (better for you and the environment, and way more durable). Plus, they are sleek and clean looking. Love having these in my kitchen!

Glass Meal Prep Containers- a better option for taking stuff on the go, since they click close and aren’t at risk for spilling!

Stasher Bags– Love love LOVE these bags! It is my #1 tip in the kitchen to reduce plastic. They are durable, dishwasher safe, easy to clean, and bonus that they come in cute colors! I have some in all the different sizes. 100% recommend stocking up on a few of these!

Weck Juice Jars– Perfect jars for homemade almond milk or juices!

Glass Mason Jars– I use these for drinking smoothies, as well as storing leftover sauces and what not. I have the wide mouth and the regular mouth smaller jars!

Mason Jar Lids– Love these cute lids- I have both the storage lids and the drink lids. I bring these and my jars with me to the farmer’s market for green juice or kombucha, or I use them for smoothies on the go. I love them because mason jar lids tend to get rusty, and these are easy to clean and don’t get gross looking!

Bonus Items:

Nespresso Milk Frother- I use this every day for my froty coffee 🙂 Totally worth the purchase for me! It does both hot and cold foam, too!

Food Processor– This Hamilton Beach food processor is affordable, works really well (especially for the price point!), and is easy to take apart and stow away when you aren’t using it. I use this often for bliss balls, sauces, and shredding veggies!

Air Fryer + Toaster Oven– Personally, I love that this does both and I use both features often! We don’t have a toaster, so this takes care of toasting bread and toaster waffles, too. If you want a bit smaller of a machine that is just an air fryer, I recommend this one.

Instant Pot Ultra– My favorite thing to use this for is simple shredded chicken to throw together with meals, or baked potatoes. I also love it for soups and chilis! You can convert most crockpot recipes to an Instant Pot, and most things are done in 25 minutes or less. Unreal!

Immersion Blender- If you’re a fan of creamy soups, I’d say this is a must! I’m obsessed with mine- love it for recipes like my creamy broccoli soup.

Hurom Slow Juicer- This is the model I have and love! It’s easy to clean for a juicer, and not too bulky!

Favorites, Kitchen Essentials, Lifestyle

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Nov 3, 2019

My Kitchen Essentials

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  1. Linda says:

    What is your frying pan you use. I have gone back and fourth and bought ones like Green pan for non stick but then they dont work… and I am worried about toxins off them. I like cast iron and was hoping you could recommend one. Do yo unlike Made in USA cast iron?

    thank you for your time and suggestions.

  2. mary ann rockrohr says:

    Mia,
    Have you used the All Clad line of cookware? I invested in 2 pieces, one for me and one for my daughter. I noticed that the cooking shows were using something similar. And they are made in the USA. I have the 2 quart sauce pan. It is beautiful and keeps things hot forever.

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