Looking for new ways to revitalise cooking at home? Check out these gadgets that make healthy eating a doddle
Getting healthy is no quick fix (we all know it's a lifestyle choice) but these gadgets will make it infinitely more fun. From juicers to oil-free fryers, you can kickstart (or restart) your wellness goals with 15 of the latest worktop-worthy appliances.
Ninja Foodi multi-cooker, £199
With just this one gadget, the Ninja Foodi, you can slow-cook, roast, bake, sear, grill, pressure-cook and air fry – which uses up to 75% less fat than the traditional frying method. It really is a one pot wonder. Oh, and it's the only pressure cooker that crisps, due to its special Tendercrisp function, so you can finish meals off perfectly. There's even a bank of recipes specially written for the gadget.
Dualit's multi-tasking hand blender set, £89.99
For speedy sauces, chopping, puréeing and whisking, Dualit’s hand blender set features anti-suction technology and is completely dishwasher safe.
Vitinni's five-tray food dehydrator, £29.99
For a healthy snack made at home, Vitinni's five-tray food dehydrator circulates heated air across each stackable, removable tray to dry food slowly and naturally.
Tefal's Actifry Genius XL, £269.99
Available in black or white, Tefal’s ActiFry Genius XL sets the time, temperature and stirring for perfectly even results every time, using little or no oil
Wilko's copper-effect table blender, £25
Wilko’s copper-effect table blender features three different speeds, pulse switch control, and has a generous dishwasher-safe 1.5ltr jug.
AmazonBasics' Vacuum sealer, £29.99
Prep like a professional with Amazon Basics’ vacuum sealer, which is ideal for meat, fish, vegetables or fruit and can be used for steam cooking
Smeg's Fifties-style citrus juicer, £120
Smeg has added classic white to the range of colourways for its iconic 1950s-style small appliances, including this CJF01 citrus juicer, which you can buy in a variety of colours.
Cuisinart's Mini Prep Pro, £50
Use Cuisinart’s Mini Prep Pro in Vintage Rose for speedy chopping, or as a handy tool for grinding spices to make perfect pastes and purées.
Morphy Richard's soup maker, £99.99
Choose from a smooth or chunky setting with Morphy Richards’ soup maker, which serves up to four people with minimal fuss.
Swan's 5 litre air fryer, £69.99
A great all-rounder, Swan’s manual 5ltr air fryer can cook fish, meat, chips and vegetables, as well as sweet treats with light, golden results.
Sage Appliance's The Big Squeeze juicer, £296
A slow compression juicer for everything from berries to carrots, The Big Squeeze from Sage Appliances retains both nutrients and fibre.
Lakeland's spiralizer, £29.99
Jazz up your five-a-day with Lakeland’s Easy-store spiralizer, which makes light work of harder veg and larger quantities for a quick-cook alternative to pasta.
Beko's vacuum blender, £200
With a 40 per cent increase in Vitamin C thanks to the latest technology, Beko’s vacuum blender prevents oxidisation, which means no loss of nutrients or fibre.
Panasonic's combi microwave, £199.99
The CD58JS from Panasonic is a slimline combi microwave that cooks nutritious food quickly using innovative technology and 29 handy auto programmes.
NutriBullet Balance smart food blender, £149.99
The NutriBullet Balance smart food blender links to your smartphone and can suggest recipes to suit your dietary requirements.
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