“Magical” Kitchen Items Under $100 That You Need for Holiday Dinner

The holiday season is in full swing, and if you’re reading this, you’re probably the one who spends it in the kitchen brewing up potions and cooking up delicious feasts fit for the Great Hall.

Here are six kitchen items under $100 to help you out when you don’t want to use your wand.


To replace Wingardium Leviosa, use…. the Wilton 3-Tier Collapsible Cooling Rack.


This is a collapsible cookie rack.

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This collapsible rack doesn’t just keep your baked goods floating above precious counter space, it also keeps the air circulating around them for optimal cooling.


To replace Circumrota, use…. the Starfrit Electric Rotato Express.


This is an electric potato peeler.

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Peeling potatoes is arguably the worst part of preparing a meal. Peeling any vegetable or fruit is a pain, honestly. Use this electric rotating peeler to make the job as easy as casting a spell.


To replace the Cheering Charm, use… the De’Longhi Stilosa Manual Espresso Machine, Latte & Cappuccino Maker.


This is an espresso machine.

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With a manual milk frother, this machine is guaranteed to cheer anyone with its single or double espresso capabilities. It’s perfect for avoiding the after-dinner blues.


To replace Epoximise, use… the Mini Bag Sealer.


This gadget seals bags.

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Reseal bags of snacks, chips, and candy with this handheld heat sealer. Never eat a stale bite again.


To replace the Aqua Eructo Charm, use… the DrinkMate Sparkling Water and Soda Maker.


This machine makes sparkling water.

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Carbonate any drink, not just water, with this magical machine. The possibilities are endless.


To replace Glacius and the Gripping Charm, use… the Gorilla Grip Premium Silicone Slip Resistant Oven Mitt Set.


These are non-slip oven mitts.

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Slip resistant, heat resistant, and waterproof, these mitts do the work of at least three spells, which is so impressive we wouldn’t be surprised to see these things featured in Witch Weekly!


After seeing products like these, maybe Arthur Weasley is onto something about Muggle technology.


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