30 Totally Unneccessary Ridiculous Kitchen Gadgets


SLM
#1
A Mini Donut Factory

For the low price of $150, you can create up to 30 piping hot donuts per batch in about 90 seconds (in theory.) The dough dispenser creates the perfect size donut and mini spatulas turn and deliver them down the chute into the basket (or your mouth). We won’t judge



Devil Oven Pull

One of the most annoying parts of using the oven – other than having to cook – is trying to pull out a hot dish or tray. That’s where this little guy comes in. Just hook the heat-resistant devil’s mouth to your dish or rack while your hands stay nice and safe on the other end of the handle.


Soft Pretzel Maker with Cheese Warmer

For people who can’t be bothered to throw pretzels in the oven and would rather spend time making the dough, putting it in the pretzel maker, and then cleaning out the pretzel maker, this gadget is for them. As an added bonus, they can heat up cheese at the same time.


Ice Cream Slider Makers

If you didn’t know these existed before, now you do and now you want them. Place a cookie in the bottom, a scoop of ice cream in the middle, another cookie on top and voila! Perfect ice cream cookie sandwiches.


Condiment Gun

Load it up with your favorite ammunition (aka condiment) take aim and fire away. Get two and wield ketchup and mustard in each hand to start the most epic food fight ever.






Extra Shot Coffee Mug

This generous-sized coffee mug comes equipped with a stainless steel shot flask in a deluxe leatherette belt for “creamer” – wink, wink – or whatever else you might like to add to your java.


Pancake Pen

Who needs boring, round pancakes? Easily create fun letters, numbers, fill pancake molds, or create perfectly round pancakes with one squeeze.


BottleLoft

Beer me! BottleLoft attaches to the interior ceiling of your refrigerator via super strong 3m VHB adhesive. Simply peel and stick the BottleLoft to free up some space for whatever floats your boat. Or, in this case, your bottle.



Fondue Mugs

Now you can not only dip things into other things without having to lug out – and then clean – that clunky fondue maker, these fondue mugs can also set romantic mood lighting with the candles used in the bottom while cheese or chocolate drips down the side of your mouth.


Sushi Bazooka

Have you ever wanted to make sushi rolls at home or use a bazooka? Now you can do both with this gadget by adding rice and your choice of ingredients, folding and securing the tube shut and then firing out a perfectly shaped cylinder of culinary delight. Plus, the name just sounds cool.


Golden Goose Egg

Have you ever wanted to scramble an egg without breaking the shell? Unnecessary, but still kind of cool, this hand-powered gadget rotates the egg back and forth to mix the white and egg yolk without breaking the shell.



Fruit Keg Tapping Kit

If you’ve ever looked at fruit and thought of alcohol, this is for you. Simply slice the bottom off the fruit to create a level base, then hollow it out and fill with fruit juice, liquor, or a cocktail of your own creation. When inserted into the fruit, the shank and faucet-combo dispenses the contents in a steady stream.


Oreo Dipr

Because who doesn’t need a more convenient way to dunk their Oreos in milk? This cradles the cookie by the cream and prevents the cookie from crumbling when dunked. No more sticky fingers.


Pot Minder Bowl Over Reminder Disk

A watched pot never boils, but turn your back for .5 seconds and it will overflow all over the stove. This ceramic disk set out to prevent that. Before a pot begins to boil over, the minder starts “chattering” to alert you that you’re about to have a mess to clean up.


Finger Food Party Plates

Yeah, I’m sure nothing could go wrong with this.



Crime Scene Trivet

Even in death this victim continues contributing to society, protecting your countertops and tablecloths from scorching.


Carrot Peeler and Sharpener

While it’s a little unclear why you would need to sharpen your carrots, this peeler and sharpener will allow you to do both while taking up minimal space in your kitchen drawer. Plus, cool looking carrots.



Muffin Top Molds

The term “muffin top” is often associated with body shaming of sorts, but why? Muffins are delicious, and now you can celebrate them by filling these jean-style cupcake molds with batter and baking up the bulge.


Spaghetti Twirling Fork

Personally I’m not really into silverware that requires batteries or directions, but this motorized fork promises “less mess, more satisfying bites, and 100 percent fun.”


In Season Salt and Pepper Shakers

You know what they say about rabbits… before you know it, you’ll have a dozen new salt and pepper shakers around your house. Not really, but these will spice up dinner conversation with the in-laws.


DestapaBanana

If you’ve ever looked at fruit and thought, “You know, that’s just too healthy,” then this one will help you step up your game. DestapaBanana is akin to an apple corer in that it bores a hole into the unpeeled banana, which can then be filled with anything – chocolate, caramel, or marshmallow. Gluttony be damned!



The EX Kitchen Knife Set

Along with the option to exorcise your dating demons, this set comes with the added bonus of keeping your knives nice and tidy.


The Ham Dogger

Well, here it is. Your chance to take ground beef and shape it into a meat tube reminiscent of that quintessential American food – the hot dog.



Dripping Blood Cutting Board

Hopefully it won’t be a self-fulfilling prophecy to use this cutting board while actually cutting things, but at the very least it’s clever. And scary.


Countertop Dishwasher

This 48-pound monstrosity would take up more room than a jumbo microwave, but could be a viable option for people who live in apartments or for office kitchens where no one ever actually washes their dishes. Then again, you could save $200 and wash them by hand. Your call.


Perfect Bacon Bowl

Because bacon hasn’t already infiltrated every other aspect of the kitchen, now you can bypass the pesky task of washing your bowls or dishes by creating a bacon bowl that you can fill with all the things and then eat, therefore destroying the edible evidence.


The TowelHug

And, in another sign of the apocalypse, this exists. Using only one power cord you can charge up to four separate devices and free up other electrical outlets for other unnecessary appliances. Plus, the top is customizable, featuring a knob that may be removed or replaced with your own wine stopper for the added personal feel – just like your grandma used to have.


Beer Briefcase

If you’ve ever cried after the flimsy paper bag you were carry a 6-pack in broke and destroyed your beloved brew, then this foam-lined metallic case that prevents bottles from clanging against each other – and the ground – is for you. Also good for long meetings at work, hypothetically speaking.


Grilled Cheese Bags

How in the world did you ever make grilled cheese before these reusable bags, that allow you to do it in the toaster, existed? Did you actually grill the sandwich? Now you can slip this over the cheese-filled bread, pop it in the toaster and slide out the finished product.


Tex the Armadillo Can Holder

This small mammal will not only keep your drink cold, but also guarantee you’ll never be drinking alone.


So go forth with your fondue mug in one hand and your condiment gun in the other and check on the meal that you’re making. I can hear your pot “chattering” at you all the way over here.

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Not saying I have to have it but I wouldn't mind those humping bunny salt & pepper shakers.






























 
Tecumsehsbones
#2
I'll take six of each!

Right, that's my Christmas shopping done. For several years.
 
taxslave
#3
I can see where presenting some of that junk as Christmas presents would shorten the old gift list considerably.
 
Tecumsehsbones
+1
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by taxslave View Post

I can see where presenting some of that junk as Christmas presents would shorten the old gift list considerably.

Pretty much the point. That and laughing at the flabbergasted expressions, followed by the vain attempts to seem grateful.
 
Sal
+2
#5  Top Rated Post
oh, oh, oh, I love this one...



give that f*cker a good yank and watch that casserole explode all over the floor...careful of the leg burns and flying glass...insurance not included.
 
SLM
#6
What? Nobody wants a condiment gun or sushi bazooka?? Lol.
 
Sal
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by SLM View Post

What? Nobody wants a condiment gun or sushi bazooka?? Lol.

too dangerous to clean
 
Ludlow
#8
the armadillo thing is pretty cool
 
The Old Medic
#9
I have seen a lot of people making a LOT of money, making hot miniature Donuts at Fairs, etc.

To each their own, those things sell, because some people want them in their homes.
 
SLM
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by Sal View Post

too dangerous to clean

Well you never clean a loaded gun Sal! Sheesh!
 
Sal
#11
Quote: Originally Posted by SLM View Post

Well you never clean a loaded gun Sal! Sheesh!

ew, ten year old ketchup...
 
Tecumsehsbones
#12
Quote: Originally Posted by SLM View Post

What? Nobody wants a condiment gun or sushi bazooka?? Lol.

They're illegal in Canada.
 
SLM
#13
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

They're illegal in Canada.

Nah!

But they might need to be registered.
 
spaminator
#14
I like the violent ones.

 
JLM
#15
Quote: Originally Posted by SLM View Post

A Mini Donut Factory

For the low price of $150, you can create up to 30 piping hot donuts per batch in about 90 seconds (in theory.)









Things have gone a long way since I was a kid and we used an old lard bucket for a kettle. It's gone from the sublime to the ridiculous!

 
gopher
+2
#16
wouldn't exactly call this "unnecessary":







on the contrary, it can be quite useful for those on the go ....
 
JLM
+1
#17
Quote: Originally Posted by Sal View Post

oh, oh, oh, I love this one...



give that f*cker a good yank and watch that casserole explode all over the floor...careful of the leg burns and flying glass...insurance not included.

You're funny, Sal!
 
Blackleaf
#18



Those most Yank picture in the world.
 
Nuggler
+1
#19
I'm with Gopher on the beer briefcase. Handy dang thing.
 
Blackleaf
#20
The greatest kitchen gadget/beer fetcher on the planet:





We should be encouraging more of this and less of the useless gadgets.
 
Sal
#21
Quote: Originally Posted by gopher View Post

wouldn't exactly call this "unnecessary":







on the contrary, it can be quite useful for those on the go ....

is there one for wine with a few nice crystal goblets?

Quote: Originally Posted by Nuggler View Post

I'm with Gopher on the beer briefcase. Handy dang thing.

don't be so selfish ffs
 
SLM
#22
Quote: Originally Posted by Sal View Post

is there one for wine with a few nice crystal goblets?



It's even Lalique, lol.
 
Sal
#23
Quote: Originally Posted by Blackleaf View Post

The greatest kitchen gadget/beer fetcher on the planet:





We should be encouraging more of this and less of the useless gadgets.

you are right we should, of course in order to get this, one has to get off of their lard azz, look like this



and treat her like this



Thus I'm thinking (although I could be wrong), that it won't be happening for you in your life time.

Quote: Originally Posted by SLM View Post



It's even Lalique, lol.

my day just brightened considerably....very nice...maybe put a white in there too...cause one should always be prepared.
 
Tecumsehsbones
#24
Quote: Originally Posted by Sal View Post

my day just brightened considerably....very nice...maybe put a white in there too...cause one should always be prepared.

You can put a white in the left-hand compartment. I mean, who really needs two glasses?
 
Sal
+1
#25
Quote: Originally Posted by Tecumsehsbones View Post

You can put a white in the left-hand compartment. I mean, who really needs two glasses?

why are you willing to drink from the bottle?

that's kind of uncouth no?
 
petros
+1
#26
Kuradori makes a paper bag so it's hip.
 
SLM
#27
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

Kuradori makes a paper bag so it's hip.

Ah for the discerning wino.
 
petros
#28
If it comes in a mylar bag in a box, what is wrong with a bag to go?
 
petros
#29
I wonder if there is utensil to make fork impressions in peanut butter cookies?
 
SLM
#30
Quote: Originally Posted by petros View Post

I wonder if there is utensil to make fork impressions in peanut butter cookies?

You should market one.
 

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