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Chances are, Thanksgiving dinner made you realize it’s time to update some of your kitchen staples. Whether preparing mashed potatoes made you want to replace your old, dull peeler or choking down freezer burnt Cool Whip made you want to finally invest in an ice cream maker for next year’s pie, Amazon is offering great prices on the items you’re looking for. We rounded up our favorite Cyber Monday deals on rigorously-tested cookware, electric appliances, storage tools, and more, and prices start at just $12. Read on to shop editor favorites from OXO, Lodge, and Cuisinart—with discounts up to 53% off.

Our Favorite Cyber Monday Deals

OXO Brew Classic Tea Kettle, $43 (originally $50)Lodge Cast Iron Skillet, $25 (originally $41)Cuisinart ICE-21 1.5-Quart Ice Cream Maker, $50 (originally $70)Homelux Theory Reusable Silicone Food Storage Bags, $28 with coupon (originally $60)Zeppoli Classic Dish Towels, Pack of 15, $19 (originally $26)

Best Cyber Monday Cookware Deals

Whether you’re overhauling your entire collection or investing in a single skillet, there’s a Cyber Monday deal to match your needs. If you love to make homemade soups, bread, or braises during the holidays, we suggest starting with an ever-versatile Dutch oven. While some of our winners from Staub and Le Creuset can cost you hundreds of dollars, Cuisinart offers the only budget-friendly model we recommend. In our tests, it performed nearly as well as competitors that cost four or five times the price, and right now, you can snatch a 7-quart model up for just $91.

Cuisinart 7-Quart Classic Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven

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From seared chicken to large-format cookies, cast iron skillets come in handy for endless recipes. While you could spend the big bucks on a fancy enameled option, our test-winning skillet from Lodge is highly affordable and durable enough to last forever. Right now, the 10.25-inch Lodge skillet comes complete with a red silicone handle holder and is on sale for 39% off—just $25.

Lodge Cast Iron Skillet

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If you prefer to spend chilly days whisking batter and warming up near a hot oven, it may be time to invest in some fun new bakeware. Bundt cakes are holiday stalwarts, and right now, our winning bundt pan is 33% off at Amazon. Made from heavy-cast aluminum, the Nordic Ware Platinum Collection Anniversary Bundt Pan impressed us during testing with its deep ridges that beget dramatic results.

AmazonSerious Eats / Grace KellyFineDine Premium Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls, $25 (originally $40)Nordic Ware Naturals Baker’s Half Sheet, $22 (originally $25)Yosukata Carbon Steel Wok Pan, $60 (originally $80)Lodge Cast Iron Skillet, $25 (originally $41)Cuisinart 7-Quart Classic Enameled Cast Iron Dutch Oven, $91 (originally $130)OXO Brew Classic Tea Kettle, $40 (originally $50)Nordic Ware Platinum Collection Anniversary Bundt Pan, $39 (originally $58)Bellemain Cast Iron Grill Press, $22 (originally $29)

Best Cyber Monday Appliance Deals

When preparing large holiday meals or hosting dinner parties, efficiency is everything. And there’s nothing that speeds up prep time like clever electric appliances. If you’re not interested in specialty gadgets or single-use tools, start with the basics. Stand mixers are key to most baking projects and even come in handy for some savory recipes. If you’re not sure which one is right for you, we recommend the KitchenAid Artisan Series 5-Quart Stand Mixer for casual bakers. In our tests, its 325-watt motor creamed butter, whipped cream, and smoothed-out cake batters with ease, and right now, it can be yours for $100 off its original price. 

KitchenAid Artisan Series 5-Quart Stand Mixer

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Life is short: Buy the ice cream maker. There’s nothing that feels more decadent or tastes more luxurious than homemade ice cream and sorbet.  If you don’t have endless funds to spend, the good news is that our test-winning pick is just $50 today. It’s fast, efficient, and incredibly intuitive, churning out batches in under 20 minutes. 

Cuisinart ICE-21 1.5-Quart Ice Cream Maker

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It’s never a bad idea to invest in your morning brew. We love moka pots, which use steam pressure to make strong, flavorful pots of coffee that rival freshly-pulled espresso. Our favorite induction-friendly moka pot from Bialetti is made from stainless steel, and in our tests, it heated up faster than any other model. If you’re interested in experimenting with different brewing methods (or need a great gift for a latte-lover), grab this 6-cup moka pot now while it’s 23% off.

AmazonSerious Eats / Jesse RaubBialetti Venus 6-Cup Stovetop Espresso Maker, $43 (originally $55)KitchenAid Pasta Roller Attachment, $75 (originally $100)Cuisinart Elite Griddler, $137 (originally $200)Javastarr Electric Coffee Roasters Machine, $80 (originally $100)Cuisinart 14-Cup Food Processor, $200 (originally $250)OXO Brew Precision Scale with Timer, $45 (originally $56)KitchenAid Artisan Series 5-Quart Stand Mixer, $350 (originally $450)Cuisinart ICE-21 1.5-Quart Ice Cream Maker, $50 (originally $70)

Best Cyber Monday Storage Deals

An investment in quality kitchen storage is an investment in your own sanity—especially as the holidays creep up on us. Whether you’re hoping to organize your pantry, simplify food prep, or organize your wine collection, now’s a great time to start. Amazon is offering great deals on our favorite storage solutions, including these adorable, reusable food storage bags. In our tests, they won top marks for their leakproof design and ability to stand up on their own (which made them easy to fill up with our favorite snacks). Grab a set of two now while they’re 46% off.

Homelux Theory Reusable Silicone Food Storage Bags

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There are so many great options to choose from when it comes to wine storage. Storing wine properly and at the correct temperature is essential to ensure it stays fresh and doesn’t oxidize during the aging process. The right wine fridge is the most foolproof way to keep bottles away from heat and light, and right now, our favorite affordable option from Yeego is $80 off. At just 15 inches wide, it’s small enough to fit in most spaces while still holding up to 33 bottles at a time, according to the brand. 

Yeego 15-Inch Wine Fridge

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The cornucopia of leftovers on the holiday table requires the proper storage containers. In our tests, we searched for models that resisted leaks and stains, heated food evenly, and didn’t hold onto lingering smells. The Rubbermaid Brilliance Glass Storage Containers checked every box for us, plus they’re durable enough to go in the oven or dishwasher. If you need a new set of go-to food containers, grab this set of four while they’re 22% off.

AmazonSerious Eats / Eric KingRubbermaid Brilliance Glass Storage Containers, $33 (originally $43)Yeti Daytrip Lunch Bag, $80 (originally $107)Bentgo Microsteel Bento Box, $30 (originally $40)GIR Stretch Covers Set, $25 (originally $30)Homelux Theory Reusable Silicone Food Storage Bags, $28 with coupon (originally $52)Yeego 15 Inch Wine Fridge, $360 (originally $480) 

Best Cyber Monday Kitchen Tool and Gadget Deals

Where would we home chefs be without our tools and gadgets? From essential, everyday items like water filters to specialty bar tools, these items allow you to cook faster and with ease. If you’re looking for a practical stocking stuffer or need to replace your stained old set, let us put you on to our favorite, wildly affordable dish towels from Zeppoli. When we tested dish towels, this massive pack of 15 was the most durable and had an absorbency rate of 141%—the best of the bunch. Grab your set today for just $19 to make kitchen cleanup a breeze (and cut down on your paper towel usage).

Zeppoli Classic Dish Towels, Pack of 15

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Electric can openers are one of those gadgets that seem unnecessary until you have one of your own. Whether you love to cook with beans, crushed tomatoes, or tuna fish, electric openers make it easier to pop open cans and help optimize kitchen efficiency. When we tested 10 different models, this one from Kitchen Mama was able to quickly open cans of all sizes with ease—from tiny tomato paste to whole San Marzanos. The small but mighty tool pops cans open at the touch of a button, and right now, it’s a whopping 30% off at Amazon.

Kitchen Mama Electric Can Opener

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Or, take the guesswork out of cooking by investing in a great kitchen thermometer. Infrared thermometers measure the temperature of surfaces, making them excellent tools for searing steaks or making pizzas. In our tests, the Wintact Infrared Thermometer displayed fantastic accuracy and is the most budget-friendly model we recommend. 

Serious Eats / Ashlee RedgerZeppoli Classic Dish Towels, Pack of 15, $19 (originally $26)Libbey Selene Glass Cake Stand with Dome, $58 (originally $70)Wintact Infrared Thermometer, $14 with coupon (originally $17)Kitchen Mama Electric Can Opener, $28 (originally $40)Barfly Muddle Bar Spoon, $15 (originally $18)Enjoy Compost Bin, $24 (originally $33)OXO Brew Tea Infuser Basket, $12 (originally $15)Brita Water Filter for Sink, $27 (originally $38)Honsen Stainless Steel Vegetable Peeler, $6 (originally $15)

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