Your kitchen called, and it's craving something new. Fortunately for you, the Women's Health Test Kitchen pros have tested out hundreds (and hundreds) of products on the market to bring you the first-ever Women's Health Kitchen Gadget Awards.

This curated list consists of the best tools and small appliances in the market. Each pick is something our editors use regularly, and swear by, to create food content for the magazine. And to pass our rigorous test, every gadget also had to be easy-to-use and very effective. Now, get ready to upgrade your kitchen arsenal and level-up your cooking game.

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Meal Prep MVPs

Drink Masters

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Juice Fountain Cold Plus

This model quickly juices carrots and kale without heating up. Plus, a whole apple can fit into its 30-inch-wide feed tube, so there’s little need to prep.

Want more straw options? Check out our favorite reusable straw picks.

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Slicing, Dicing, And Shredding Gadgets

For more great ways to slice up your veggies, check out all the best spiralizers.

Odds And (Oh-So-Necessary) Ends

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Can Opener With Pliers Grip

Splurge on this 100 percent stainless steel gadget (read: no plastic pieces to break) and you’ll be set to twist for life.

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Heating Tools

6-Quart Slow Cooker with Amazon Alexa™
Crock Pot

The Next Big Thing

Your kitchen is on the verge of total connection: Brands like Whirlpool and G.E. have already launched ovens, fridges, and dishwashers that connect to your voice-enabled, smart home devices.

Next up: small appliances. This means you can get into the smart cooking game, sans the commitment, installation, and hefty price tag. Keep an eye out for connected coffee makers, slow cookers, sous vides, and even faucets. You’ll be able to complete tasks without lifting a finger—or getting out of bed, for that matter. “Hey, Alexa, please start my coffee…”

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