13 kitchen tools and appliances under $100

13 kitchen tools and appliances under 0

In an effort to help you stock your kitchen will all the must-have tools, gadgets, and appliances that you need, we’ve been compiling lists for every budget. We’ve already covered the best home and kitchen items for under $10, under $20, under $50, and under $75. So to complete the set and help you stock your kitchen with everything you need, let’s turn it up one more notch.

Here are some essential kitchen tools and appliances for less than $100.

MEATER Plus Smart Meat Thermometer — $99.95


Keeping track of the internal temperature of your meat while you’re cooking is essential to getting the perfect meal every time. With this smart meat thermometer from Amazon, you can monitor its progress even if you’re 165ft away thanks to its Bluetooth connectivity. It can read temperatures up to 527°F, meaning it shouldn’t have any trouble no matter what you’re cooking.

Ninja AF101 Air Fryer, 4-Quart Capacity — $89.95

Ninja Air Fryer

If you want one of the most versatile kitchen appliances available, then a high-quality air fryer like this Ninja is perfect for you. An air fryer lets you enjoy all of those fried foods you love so much, without having to deal with the unhealthy oil they’re typically fried in. But that’s not all it does. This air fryer can also roast, dehydrate, and reheat any leftovers. 

Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1 Electric Pressure Cooker — $99.99

Instant Pot Duo 7-in-1

Just above I mentioned how an air fryer is one of the most versatile kitchen appliances; while true, arguably the single most versatile kitchen tool is a multi-function pressure cooker. This 7-in-1 Instant Pot Duo can be used for just about any recipe you’re making. It’s a pressure cooker, slow cooker, rice cooker, yogurt maker, steamer, saute pan, and food warmer all in one. With its 6-quart capacity, you’ll have no trouble making food for the whole family.

Keurig K-Slim Single Serve Coffee Maker — $89.99

Keurig K- Slim Single Serve K-Cup Coffee Maker

We all want to have a nice coffee maker, but sometimes you don’t have too much counter space to give up. That’s where the Keurig K-Slim comes in. Its narrow design is perfect for smaller spaces, but that doesn’t take away from the delicious cup of coffee it produces. With Keurig’s Multistream Technology, this single-serve coffee maker is designed to extract every ounce of flavor while it brews, leading to a smooth, bold cup of coffee every time.

Beautiful 14-Cup Programmable Touchscreen Coffee Maker — $49.90

Black Sesame by Drew Barrymore Touchscreen Coffee Maker

With the single-serve coffee maker we just talked about, let’s juxtapose it with this 14-cup programmable behemoth from Walmart. Part of Drew Barrymore’s line of modern appliances, this stylish model has a touchscreen to make it easy to use, letting you program a brew up to 24 hours in advance. It also has an auto-heating function that keeps the coffee warm for up to 4 hours without burning it. 

Coravin Pivot Wine-By-The-Glass System — $99.95

Coravin Pivot - Wine-by-the-Glass System

As someone who likes to enjoy a glass of wine here and there, it can be tough to open a bottle and not have it go bad within a few days. This typically means you have to drink the same bottle until it’s gone. But that’s where this wine preservation system comes in. With its stopper’s unique design, you can keep a bottle of wine fresh for up to four weeks. Then all you have to do is attach the Pivot system, press the button, and pour a glass. This kit includes two stoppers, meaning you can keep two bottles fresh at the same time for a bit more variety.

Ninja Professional Blender — $99.99

Ninja Professional Blender

A high-quality blender can make all the difference in your kitchen when it comes to both food and drinks. This 1000-watt unit from Ninja will power through just about any ingredients you put inside, letting you make quick work of smoothies, shakes, frozen cocktails, salsa, guacamole, and more. The huge 72oz capacity is enough to make a drink for everyone at the same time!

Le Creuset Stoneware 9” Heritage Pie Dish — $55.95

Le Creuset Stoneware 9

Known for its unique coloration and designs, Le Creuset cookware is among the most sought-after brand in the industry. This 9” heritage pie dish on Amazon is made from stone and offers exceptional heat retention and even heat distribution to make the perfect pie every time. The stoneware is coated with a red enamel that’s nonstick and makes cleanup a breeze.

Galanz Retro Countertop Microwave Oven — $69

Galanz 0.7 Cu. ft. Retro Countertop Microwave Oven

Retro appliances are all the rage these days, and decking your kitchen out with some old-school style is new-school cool. We’ve already covered a retro toaster before, so let’s turn our attention to this retro microwave at Walmart. Its 700-watt power output and 0.7 cubic feet of volume mean you can heat up just about anything you want, and its 6 power levels really help you dial it in.

Butter Bell — The Original Butter Bell Crock by L Tremain — $28.95

Butter Bell - The Original Butter Bell crock

Unless you’re buying that overly processed spreadable butter that comes in tubs, keeping your butter fresh and easy to spread can be tricky. Thankfully, they make dishes designed specifically for the purpose, just like The Original Butter Bell. This ceramic dish has a retro style to fit alongside the microwave from above, and its airtight seal will preserve one stick (or a half cup) of butter until you’re ready to use it again.

NutriChef PKVS Sealer Automatic Vacuum Air Sealing System — $49.99

NutriChef PKVS Sealer

Without a doubt, the best way to preserve and store food is by freezing it following a vacuum seal. This automatic sealing system from NutriChef makes this easy with its fully automatic operation. By removing all the air from inside the storage bag, the food will come out of the freezer tasting just as fresh as the day you put it in. You can even select from two different sealing modes depending on if the food is dry or moist.

Ninja Foodi NeverStick Premium 12-Inch Everyday Pan with Glass Lid — $78.99

Ninja Foodi NeverStick Premium 12-Inch Pan with Glass Lid

This 12” nonstick pan from Ninja is coated with Ninja’s NeverStick coating, which is heated to 30,000°F and fused with plasma ceramic particles to ensure nothing ever sticks to the surface. It even comes with a 10-year guarantee so you have nothing to worry about for the next decade. 

ThermoPro TempSpike Truly Wireless Meat Thermometer — $79.99

ThermoPro TempSpike 500FT Truly Wireless Meat Thermometer

As a bit of a grilling and cooking connoisseur myself, I know the importance of having a meat thermometer. We talked about one at the beginning of this list, so let’s finish it off by showing you another great option. The ThermoPro TempSpike connects to your phone using Bluetooth and has a temperature range of up to 500°F. This means you can sit inside and watch the game while still tracking the temperature of whatever you’re grilling or smoking outside!