The Prettiest Kitchen Appliances You Can Buy on Amazon
These cute kitchen appliances will give your home an instant upgrade.
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This oatmeal-colored toaster from Haden is just the countertop appliance you need to finish your farmhouse or vintage-inspired kitchen. But just because this toaster might look a little old-fashioned, doesn’t mean it doesn’t have modern technology: It’s fitted with bagel and defrost functions.
Cute kitchen appliances don’t get much sweeter than this compact rice maker by Dash. This model, which comes in eight colors, makes just a few cups of rice, which is spot-on for student living or meals for two. Learn more about why we love this rice cooker. And for more affordable options, consider these kitchen appliances under $20.
Prefer tea to coffee? Make sure an electric kettle is on your shopping list of cute kitchen appliances. One of our favorites at Taste of Home HQ is this pistachio-colored KitchenAid electric kettle. It boils more than a quart of water in just a few minutes so you can have a pot of your favorite tea ready pronto.
Small in size and servings, this Keurig K-Mini is just the thing for single-coffee drinker households. Make a single cup at a time with this low-profile Keurig coffee maker. While this pale pink is just about the cutest thing we’ve seen, you can also get this appliance in black, gray, red or minty green. And don’t forget to accessorize!
There’s nothing more satisfying than a scoop (or two or three…) of homemade ice cream, well, except for a batch churned in an extra-cute ice cream maker. This Cuisinart model is one of our Test Kitchen’s favorites and it comes in seven hues including one called Sorbet. It doesn’t get more perfect than that!
While this KitchenAid blender is available in six colors, we’re definitely partial to this velvety blue hue. Use the full-size pitcher for batches of blended drinks, soups and sauces. And when it’s time to make your morning smoothie, use the individual blender jars to make single-serve drinks.
Nope, we’re still not over rose gold, especially when it’s the finish for a top-rated juicer from Hurom. This juicer gets every last drop out of your fruits and veggies so not a single bit of it goes to waste when making your morning sips. And when you’re done juicing, no need to store this gadget in the cabinets; it’s pretty enough to leave right out next to the coffee maker.
When it comes to coffee grinders, most baristas and coffee fanatics will tell you that burr grinders are the way to go. These grinders blitz down the beans more evenly which leads to a more satisfying (and grit-free) cuppa. But this hardworking machine doesn’t need to look like it belongs in a factory. Try this flashy red burr grinder from Bodum.
Think microwaves only come in stainless steel or black these days? Think again! This Haden countertop microwave comes in a dusty turquoise blue that would do well to cuten up any kitchen or dorm room.
If you’re looking for cute kitchen appliances, you can’t get much cuter than Smeg. This brand combines pastel colors, mid-century style and performance for gear that no foodie can resist. And if you’re a coffee aficianado with a love for all things aesthetic, you’re going to want this pretty pastel espresso machine. It’s highly rated and takes up less space on your counter than traditional models.
One of our editors here at Taste of Home swears by her mini-fridge, and we can’t blame her. Having a petite refrigerator is super handy, especially if you’re fond of entertaining. You can stash all your beverages inside leaving more room for family-sized dishes in your main fridge. And if you want to upgrade from a basic chiller, try this retro-inspired mini-fridge from Galanz. It comes in several colors to match any vintage kitchen.
If you’re serious about making cafe-style drinks at home, consider treating yourself to a milk frother. This model from Bodum is especially nice because all you have to do is add your milk and press a button. The machine will shut off as soon as the milk is perfectly frothy. This hands-off feature is nice to have as you work on prepping the rest of your drink. And the cherry on top is that this nifty appliance is cute enough to leave on your coffee station full-time.