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The best kitchen deals this week, according to a pro baker: Save up to 65%

Snag a Ninja indoor grill that won't heat up your kitchen for $170 off, a Le Creuset-like Lodge Dutch oven for just $70 and more.

kitchen deals: Ninja Creami, Lodge Dutch oven, Henckels knife set, Ninja indoor grill
Soup's on! Well, more like "Sale's on!" thanks to these stellar kitchen deals. (Amazon/Walmart)

Hey you, what's cookin'? I mean in the literal sense; I'm super nosy when it comes to anything food-related. What's that? You haven't been cooking lately? I hear ya — it's getting hotter outside, and the thought of turning on your oven probably isn't so appealing. That's why I'm super excited about this Ninja Foodi indoor grill that's currently $170 off. No stifling kitchen, and no dealing with bugs. The best of both worlds, really. And that's just one of the kitchen deals I've got my eye on.

Quick overview
  • Tramontina Professional Nonstick Fry Pan, 10-inch

    Save $17
  • Ninja Creami

    Save $50
  • Cuisinart 6-Quart Air Fryer

    Save $30
  • Henckels 15-Piece Knife Set

    Save $225
  • Henckels Solution 2-Piece Knife Set

    Save $22
  • Ninja Foodi Smart XL Pro 7-in-1 Indoor Grill/Griddle

    Save $171
  • Keurig K-Iced Essentials Coffee Maker

    Save $20
  • KitchenClouds Anti-Fatigue Kitchen Mat

    Save $9 with Prime and coupon
  • Lodge 4.5-Quart Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven

    Save $46
  • JoyJolt JoyFul Kitchen Storage Containers, 24-Piece

    Save $40 with coupon
  • Boos Block R-Board Series Reversible Cutting Board

    Save $62
  • KitchenAid Ribbed Silicone Oven Mitt, Set of 2

    Save $21
  • HexClad 6-Piece Hybrid Cookware Set

    Save $173
  • Carote 11-Piece Pots and Pans Set

    Save $60 with Prime
  • BergKoch Splatter Screen

    Save $13
  • Lodge 10.25-Inch Cast Iron Skillet

    Save $14
  • Whall Touchscreen Toaster

    Save $41 with coupon
  • Instant Pot Pro 10-in-1 Pressure Cooker

    Save $40
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As a former professional baker turned deals hunter, I consider myself well-versed in what makes a quality kitchen tool, piece of cookware or appliance, as well as what constitutes a worthwhile sale. This week, I'd urge you to check out this cult-favorite Ninja Creami that's down to one of its all-time best prices (homemade ice cream on demand, baby!), plus a Yahoo Life editor-approved Cuisinart air fryer that's on sale for as low as it's ever been. And there's a lot more where those came from — happy saving!

This versatile skillet ain't no flash in the pan — it's been a staple in one Yahoo Life editor's kitchen for years. Among its many perks are its lightweight, 2-pound design, as well as the removable silicone grip on its handle, which will protect your hands while you cook. It's also dishwasher-safe, but our editor says, "Cleanup is a breeze and only requires a few swipes with a soapy sponge, even around the rivets that secure the handle."

Check out our full roundup of the best nonstick pans for more. 

$28 at Amazon

'Tis the season for enjoying tasty frozen treats, and this wildly popular appliance will satiate your sweet tooth in between trips to the ice cream truck. It churns out everything from ice cream and sorbet to milkshakes and more — just add your ingredients, freeze overnight, press a button and ta-da! Plus, you'll be able to customize your creation with your favorite mix-ins. This is one of the best prices I've seen, so "scoop" it up while you can.

Check out our full Ninja Creami review for more. 

$149 at Walmart

We don't "wing" it here at Yahoo Life: We put 15 models to the test and awarded this one "Best Air Fryer Overall." According to Yahoo Life writer Kristin Granero, who conducted the tests, this one "boasts substantial cooking room, minimal required maintenance and an easy-to-master learning curve, all while looking non-clunky." Its LED display has five cooking functions to choose from — air fry, roast, bake, broil and warm — as well as five preset options for popular foods like fries, wings, frozen snacks and vegetables. Other cool components include its interior light and see-through doors, which allow you to keep an eye on your food while it cooks, as well as a "toss reminder" that'll alert you when it's time to flip your food in the basket. This is as low as I've ever seen it marked down to.

Check out our roundup of the best air fryers for more. 

$120 at Amazon
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Henckels has been crafting knives for over a century, so they know a thing or two about what makes a quality set. This bestselling collection is majorly marked down (over 60% off) and comes with just about every type of blade a home cook could need: a 3-inch paring knife, 5-inch serrated utility knife, 7-inch santoku knife, 8-inch chef's knife and 8-inch bread knife. Also included: six 4.5-inch steak knives, a professional honing steel, kitchen shears and a hardwood knife block. Whew! 

"I needed a complete set of good knives," explained a shopper. "After thorough research, I settled on these. The Henckels brand has an excellent reputation. They are well-balanced and each do the job as intended. They stay sharp longer than I expected. The wooden block looks nice and fits well on my countertop. This is a good investment that should last for many years!"

Check out our roundup of the best knives and knife sets for 2024 for more.

$120 at Amazon

Not looking for a whole set? This affordable pair will have you slicing and dicing with ease. Also made by Henckels, this duo includes 5.5-inch and 7-inch santoku knives. Their shorter, fine-edged blades are suitable for precision chopping and thinly slicing while their lightweight construction allows for effortless movement. 

"Bought these to replace some of my older knives," shared a content customer. "They work great and come sharp out of the box. I like the two sizes, and they both fit in my hand well. Easy to grip and control while cutting."

$25 at Amazon

So, your outdoor space is too small for a grill, and you'd really like to avoid a house full of smoke — but you're still craving those charred foods of summer. This indoor grill sears proteins and veggies like a champ, but its smoke control system means you won't be breathing in soot while you cook. In addition to a grill plate, it comes with a flat-top griddle (smash burgers, anyone?) and you'll be able to fit up to six steaks at a time on its roomy cooking surface. Bonus: It comes with a food thermometer for accurate results every time. 

"I honestly like meat and poultry grilled on this better than on my outdoor grill," admitted a shopper. "I am able to control the temperature better. The meat is much juicier. It's just easier to use and I'm not standing outside in the heat in the summer. I love the griddle function. Boneless chicken breast is so tender and delicious like this! I was stunned!"

Check out our roundup of the best grills of 2024 for more. 

$199 at Amazon

Hot coffee on a sweaty summer day? You deserve better than that! This double-duty dynamo can prepare both hot and iced beverages depending on your mood, meaning one less appliance taking up space in your kitchen. Thanks to the large water reservoir, you'll be able to brew up to three cups before filling it up again, and it even comes with a cute little tumbler. 

"This hot and cold coffee brewer is very user-friendly and brews quickly," wrote a caffeinated customer. "I like that this coffee maker is sleek-looking, space-saving, easy to use and clean, brews efficiently and promptly, is able to brew a second cup without the need to reheat [and] comes with a tumbler."

$59 at Walmart

If you spend lots of time in the kitchen, your feet deserve a cushy surface to stand on during all of that cooking (and dishwashing). This highly rated anti-fatigue mat is made from a comfy foam to help take some of the pressure off of your muscles and joints, and its nonslip bottom will stay put without sliding around. The waterproof material is also easy to wipe clean, and this price is just about as low as it gets. 

"Better than insoles," said a fan. "I do a lot of meal prepping for the week on Sundays, so I am on my feet in the kitchen for eight to 10 hours a day some weekends, and around an hour each day during the week. I used to wear my gym shoes with cushioned support when I was cooking for long periods, but even then the resulting back pain was on another level. These mats are a complete game-changer. ... I could stand on these mats for hours and still be comfortable."

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$11 at Amazon

Le Creuset who? I cook with Lodge Dutch ovens at home, and this one is just the right size for a smaller household. The slick enameled interior cleans like a dream, while the sturdy cast iron offers excellent heat distribution and retention. Plus, it's so pretty you won't mind leaving it on the stove for everyone to admire. 

"Don't tell my KitchenAid mixer, but I think I love this more," joked a reviewer. "I'm Greek and cook a lot. I've used this for everything from pasta dishes like manestra to frying keftedes (meatballs) — [I've] even used [it] to bake bread! It's a great item for one-pot meals. While it gets plenty hot because it's cast iron, the enamel makes deglazing and cleaning a breeze. I use mostly silicone and wooden tools, but even with metal utensils, I haven't had any chips. ... Lodge is a great brand for those of us who can't quite afford Le Creuset."

Read my full Lodge Dutch oven review for more details. 

$70 at Amazon

It's time to chuck all of your mismatched food storage containers and replace them with this heavily marked-down set. It comes with 12 round and rectangular containers, which are clear so you can easily see their contents. Since they're made of borosilicate glass, the containers are dishwasher-, oven- and microwave-safe (just not the lids), and their airtight silicone seals help prevent leaks.

"Absolutely love how versatile these containers are," gushed a user. "The glass is sturdy and [the] lids are easy to clean and do not stain. Both containers and lids did well in my top rack dishwasher without any warping. I put soup in the container and flipped it upside down on my counter just to test if it would leak, and not one drop escaped through the seal."

Check out our roundup of the best food storage containers for more. 

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$30 at Amazon

Rachael Ray, Ina Garten, Giada De Laurentiis and even Reese Witherspoon use Boos Block cutting boards, so you know you're getting a quality piece. Having a large (20" x 15") slab like this will allow you to prep multiple ingredients on the same surface, and it's reversible, in case you'd like to separate vegetables from meat. The indented handles on each side make for easier carrying too. 

"Terrific cutting board," raved one shopper. "I have the tiniest kitchen in my apartment, and after watching some organizing videos, I realized I should make my small counter space completely covered by this sturdy cutting board. Why bother storing those dinky bamboo cutting boards when my complete surface is usable for food prep!"

$108 at Amazon
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Every kitchen needs a good pair of oven mitts, meaning those hole-filled ones in your drawer need to go. These top-sellers are heat-resistant up to 500°F, thanks to their silicone coating — and not only that, their ribbed design offers better grip than cloth mitts, plus they're water-resistant to protect your hands from hot splatters. They come in over 20 colors, though prices vary. (This gray pair is 60% off!)

"These oven mitts are a game changer in my kitchen," declared a buyer. "The ribbed silicone design provides a secure grip on hot pots and pans, giving me confidence when handling them. The soft inner lining is comfortable to wear and provides excellent heat protection. I appreciate that they are flexible and allow for easy movement of my hands, unlike some other oven mitts that can feel stiff and bulky. Plus, the set comes with two mitts, so I always have a backup when one is in the wash."

$14 at Amazon

Gordon Ramsay approves of this brand, and you know how particular the celebrity chef is. The pans' hybrid construction combines the best qualities of stainless steel, cast iron and nonstick for a one-of-a-kind product that, according to Ramsay, "is highly versatile and cooks exceptionally well." They're made of aluminum sandwiched between stainless steel for expert heat conduction and distribution, and their nonstick interiors make them a breeze to clean. Plus, the signature hexagonal etching helps encourage browning. With this starter set, you'll get the 12-inch, 10-inch and 8-inch Hybrid pans, plus lids for each. 

"These are the best pans I have used," declared a home cook. "They are nonstick, and cleanup is a breeze. I’ve used these for over a year, almost every day, and they are just like the day I unboxed them. I highly recommend these pans and plan to buy a set for each of my kids."

Check out our roundup of the best pots, pans and cookware sets of 2024 for more. 

$359 at HexClad

An 11-piece, nonstick cookware set for 60 bucks? There's gotta be a catch, right? Nope! This No. 1 bestseller comes with two frying pans, two saucepans, a sauté pan, two silicone lids, two fridge storage lids and, most unique, two removable handles you can attach to each piece in the collection to save space.

"I got these in order to make some more space in my cabinets," wrote a buyer. "These take up a quarter of the space my old pots and pans used. They work great on my glass stove top. They are so easy to clean and have not scratched, dented or stained!"

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$60 at Amazon

Getting whacked in the face by a rogue droplet of hot oil isn't fun. According to the manufacturer, this bestselling splatter screen can prevent up to 99% of liquids from escaping your pan as you cook, meaning you're much less likely to get burned. Your stovetop will also be spared from greasy messes. Plus, it'll help keep odors from consuming your kitchen, and unlike a lid, it'll still allow steam to be released. Its little feet let it rest on your counter with the mesh part elevated, making it a cute little cooling rack. You could also use it as a strainer.

"Love this product!" exclaimed one thrilled reviewer. "Not only does it keep oil from popping out of the pan and onto the surrounding area, but I haven’t had a splatter burn since I started using it. I can keep the guard on the pan and it doesn't burn or rupture. It is easy to clean in the dishwasher as well, and holds its strength and shape during cleaning."

$9 at Amazon

Ina Garten herself is a fan of this wildly popular and versatile pan, which is made of durable cast iron that'll last for years. It comes pre-seasoned and can withstand heat from any cooktop — it can even be used over a campfire. Nothing's better when it comes to achieving the perfect sear on your meat — and I can say from personal experience that it makes the best pancakes too.

"It's already seasoned and I love that!" wrote a Lodge loyalist. "It is my favorite pan now. It’s pretty, so I leave it sitting on my stove all the time. Nothing is sticking to it and it's super easy to clean, has great heat distribution and is excellent quality. This will be passed down for generations."

Check out my full Lodge Cast Iron Skillet review for more. 

$20 at Amazon

You'll feel so high-tech using this sleek touchscreen toaster, but the reality is it couldn't be easier to operate. You'll have a clear visual guide when it comes to choosing the doneness level of your toast, as well as images of the different types of foods you can heat up, from bagels and pastries to waffles and English muffins. The extra-wide slots can handle thicker slices of bread because we all know carbs are the best food group. 

"Toasters aren't often as good as they used to be," lamented a reviewer. "I tried and returned two before I purchased my Whall. It toasts evenly, has multiple settings (including defrost) and looks good on the counter. The pop-up button is a nice feature too. It lets you check progress on items you haven't toasted before. You won't be disappointed."

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$50 at Amazon

The best meals are the ones you can make by tossing all of the ingredients into one cooking vessel, then setting and forgetting. That's probably why the Instant Pot has become such a cult favorite — and this model, with its 10 functions in one, is so versatile, it just might become your most-used appliance. Make rice, sear chicken, bake bread ... or heck, even whip up some cheesecake in it. You'll be able to cook enough food to feed six people, so I'll be awaiting my dinner party invitation. 

"I was somewhat skeptical about Instant Pots for a long time and then I finally caved and decided to get one," shared a convert. "It's one of the better kitchen investments I've ever made. Delicious pulled pork in an hour, easy one-pot meals and perfectly cooked rice without a rice cooker. It opens up so many possibilities for weeknight meals. One day I even brought it to the office for a food day and made fresh mac and cheese in the cafeteria."

$130 at Amazon
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$120 at Wayfair$150 at Macy's

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.