The season of holiday cookies and family recipes you either dearly love or deeply despise is around the corner. We’ve scoured the internet for Cyber Monday kitchen deals that may be of interest if you’re looking for gifts—or feeling woefully unprepared with the tools you have in your kitchen. We can’t convince your kids to set the table or do the dishes, but we can help you save money on converting your battle station into a place of utmost efficiency. Whether it’s a new multicooker, the KitchenAid of your dreams, or a better coffee machine to survive your in-laws being in town, these are the best kitchen sales for you to shop this Cyber Monday.
We test products year-round and handpicked these deals. The discounts we show are based on actual street prices at retailers in the past few months. Products that are sold out or no longer discounted as of publishing will be
crossed out. We’ll update this guide periodically.
This is an all-around great air fryer. It offers more than you’ll find in other air fryer models with 12-in-1 functionality, which includes cooking modes that range from searing and sautéing to baking and roasting. It can make one-pot meals, too, and comes with a recipe booklet to get you started. It was slightly less expensive earlier in the week, but this deal’s still alright.
This was the only appliance on WIRED reviews editor Julian Chokkattu’s wedding registry—he uses it to make stale bread fresh again, but you can also use it to reheat pretty much anything. The Balmuda Toaster (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is a mini steam toaster, so you pour a tiny bit of water with the included (and equally cute) tiny cup into the top area. There are time recommendations for things like pizza, a croissant, or sandwich bread.
It might look like a coffee maker, but the Ninja Creami (6/10, WIRED Review) makes ice cream. It isn’t an essential tool, obviously, but it’s fun if you’re interested in experimenting with your own sorbet and ice cream recipes. Ninja also has a $12 Ninja Creami recipe book if you want ideas on where to start (though we wish it was included, rather than a separate purchase).
The motor isn’t quite as powerful as on the more expensive Artisan model, but this mixer is beefy enough for all but the thickest, stickiest of doughs, and it still has 10 speeds and a couple of included attachments. KitchenAid stand mixers have a reputation for being durable, so while it is an initial investment, you can expect it to last for many years.
There are a dizzying amount of Instant Pot models available, and most are similar. This is a small version that’s best for cooking meals for one or two people. There are still seven functions, like for cooking rice or steaming vegetables.
Are you dreaming of a better blender? Breville’s Super Q (8/10, WIRED Reviews) is a high-end blender that excels in making smoothies, nut butters, and frozen margaritas. It’s a splurge, though, even with a sale.
This powerful blender has just two switches and a dial, but it excels at blending smoothies, lassis, frozen margaritas, salad dressings, and even mole adobo. It’s impressive how much this blender can do, which is why we recommend it for home cooks.
Hand blenders are, ahem, handy, for those times when you need to blend a small amount of something without getting your big blender dirty. They’re great for blending soups in the pot or whipping up a small plate of hummus. You can even make smoothies in a stainless steel mug if you’re careful with the speed dial. The KitchenAid’s detachable head is dishwasher safe, making it easy to clean up when you’re done.
Everybody needs a little music and weather in their kitchen. The Echo Show 5 is typically overpriced at $90, but the deal price of $40 matches the best we have tracked. Just keep in mind that it goes on sale frequently. We prefer the Echo Show 10 for its larger size, but the smaller footprint of the Echo Show 5 is good for a small kitchen. If you prefer Google Assistant, well, the Nest Hub is also on sale for $50 ($50 off).
Reviewer Brenda Stolyar never made waffles from scratch until the Dash Mini Waffle Maker. This mini (and cheap!) contraption opened our eyes to a world of delicious homemade recipes. We recommend this product in our guide to the Best Viral TikTok Gifts. It’s usually pretty affordable, but for $13 it’s a real steal.
Pizza Oven and Grill Deals
This is one of our favorite pizza ovens. The Karu 16 (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is the most versatile and easy-to-use oven we’ve tried. You can buy a separate gas attachment, but it’s designed to be used with charcoal or wood. Lighting the oven is fast and easy—simply drop a lit fire starter and a few oak sticks on the fuel tray and it’ll get hot within 10 minutes. Unlike previous iterations, the Karu 16 has a door that hooks closed to retain heat and an integrated digital thermometer to measure the temperature.
If fiddling about with attachments, chimneys, and griddles isn’t your style, here’s another one from Ooni that might be for you (8/10, WIRED Recommends). At around 21 pounds, the Koda is light and portable. The thin, powder-coated steel shell insulates well enough that it remains cool to the touch, even when the fire is burning. Just slide in the baking stone, screw on the propane tank, and you’re ready to go. The door fits 12-inch pizza peels and 10-inch cast-iron skillets. However, unlike some, you should not store it outside.
The Wi-Fi-equipped Ironwood 650 (7/10, WIRED Recommends) is the best pellet grill/smoker in our Best Grills guide. The app lets you dial in your cook settings while you lounge around (or prep the rest of the meal). The “650” refers to the square inches of grill space, which is enough to smoke three or four racks of ribs at a time, or six whole chickens.
Our favorite luxury upgrade grill, Traeger’s Timberline (7/10, WIRED Recommends) can feed a small army. In our testing, the Timberline had no trouble smoking 50 pounds of pork shoulder while WIRED editor and backyard chef Parker Hall monitored the temps while entertaining a small gathering of some 100 people. If you want a pellet grill that can handle anything, this is your best bet.
This is the lowest price we’ve seen on Biolite’s FirePit+. We liked the original version; this newer model can be used as a heating source, a phone charger, and a snazzy portable grill. The whole thing folds down and packs up for easy storage in the included bag.
Be sure to check out our separate roundup of All-Clad Deals to find additional discounts not mentioned here.
The enameled Dutch oven does away with bare cast iron’s needy tendencies. You can scrub away at the interior and exterior of this Lodge with all the dish soap you like and never have to wipe it down with vegetable oil to keep it from rusting overnight. The nonstick, nonreactive surface is perfect for slow-cooking stews, oysters, and practically anything else on the stovetop for long periods.
Not every kitchen has enough counter space for the appliances and cookware on this list. Some of us use this 42-inch wide cart as a rolling island. There’s a bar for holding a pair of dish towels, hooks for hanging oven mitts, and swiveling wheels that roll easily, even when the cabinet is loaded with a couple hundred pounds of kitchen gear. The drawers and doors close nicely, and the solid wood frame and butcher block top feel beefier than the price suggests.
Full disclosure: WIRED writer Joe Ray absolutely hated the original Our Place Always Pan (3/10, WIRED Review). But the company revamped it and released the Always Pan 2.0, which reviewer Louryn Strampe owns and wholeheartedly adores. She even reaches for it more frequently than the All-Clad roster in her kitchen. The new version of the pan has an improved nontoxic nonstick coating and outer surface, more sustainable construction, and it’s oven-safe. She likes the sloped edges and the pan’s overall design, which allows for many different cooking functions. There’s even a spoon holder built into the pan’s handle. This deal is $20 cheaper than others we’ve shared in the past.
If you wish your morning espresso routine felt a little more beautiful, then the Flair Classic Espresso Maker belongs on your countertop. It’s our favorite hand-powered espresso machine, and the look is gorgeous and timeless. The stainless steel Signature Pro 2 is also on sale if you’re looking for a splurge.
If you want to make better coffee or bake better pastries, nothing will help like a scale. Do you need a $185 kitchen scale? No, but the Tally Pro is the MacBook Pro of kitchen scales. It’s solid, hefty, made of metal and glass, and the OLED screen is really nice. There are also plenty of smart tools—like the brew-assist mode to help you time your pour-over just right.
If you like almond milk in your coffee, this gadget lets you make your own at home. It’s a simple process, with a singular button, and the milk it produces is delicious.
MioMat is for more than just almonds. You can make nut milk, soy, or milk from cereal crops like quinoa and rye. When you’re done with your coffee, you can use the MioMat to make smoothies and soups too.
This coffee maker (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is more advanced than you’d think at first glance. It uses a pair of boilers and three different brewing speeds to make excellent coffee. It looks like the 8-cup brewer on steroids, and it has three different brew sizes it can do: small brews (2 to 4 cups), medium brews (5 to 8 cups), and large brews (9 to 12 cups).
This Mr. Coffee machine is one of our favorite latte and cappuccino makers because it’s easy to use, can automatically mix in milk for you, and is still affordable. You can choose between a latte or cappuccino with the press of a button, and there’s a manual mode that will keep foaming or extracting espresso until you tell it to stop.
Low on caffeine and counter space? The K-Express is a mere 6.5 inches wide and 12 inches deep, yet its removable reservoir holds 36 fluid ounces—enough water to make a round of coffee for you and your friends without having to constantly refill it. Just do the planet a solid and make sure to use Keurig Reusable Pods to cut down on single-use plastic waste.
This coffee grinder is the best one you’ll find with a built-in scale. Set your grind size, select the weight you want, hit Start, and walk away; it shuts itself off when it’s done. It’s easier than using a kitchen scale, and makes better use of limited counter space.
This is the best price we’ve seen all year for this portable espresso maker, which is featured in our Gifts for Coffee Lovers and Best Portable Espresso Makers guides. It’s lightweight but reliable, and it produces delicious espresso.
Trade makes our favorite coffee subscription. Right now, gift subscriptions and gift boxes are on sale at up to 30 percent off. Prices start at $21.
Reviewer Medea Giordano called this her “emotional support water bottle.” The Owala Freesip (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is colorful and durable, and the leak-proof lid has a straw option as well as a sip option. Sip or slurp! The choice is yours. If you’re shopping at Owala, the discount will ber eflected in your cart. Every capacity is on sale, but prices vary by retailer and color, so double-check and compare before you purchase. The deals generally match the lowest prices we’ve seen.
The Hydro Jug Pro (9/10, WIRED Recommends) is a truly gargantuan water bottle. It may not be everyone’s cup of tea—er, water—but if you struggle with staying hydrated or keeping your water bottle full, this absolute unit may be of some assistance. Clip the coupon on the product page to save. We’ve not seen the bottle sell for less.
Amazon has a ton of gift cards that come with free credits right now. Each one has a unique corresponding coupon code that you can see on this page. For example, you can get a $100 Apple Gift Card and a free $15 Amazon credit with code APPLET5USA. There are tons of cards to choose from. You can browse them all here.
This viral mug was featured in our gift guides for coffee lovers and moms—so if your momma loves coffee, it’s a doubly great gift. It’s usually pretty affordable, but this small Cyber Monday discount is still nice, especially if you opt to get a 4-pack and save over $30.