Scoop your Ben & Jerry's with ease using the Antifreeze Ice Cream Scoop ($17). Made from high grade aluminum since 1935, this double scoop features a non-toxic, self defrosting fluid in the handle, ensuring that the bottom of the pint will be just as easy to scoop as the top.
Make great popcorn in the microwave without oil with the Microwave Popcorn Popper ($20). Simply fill the bottom with a layer of kernels, add your butter into the melting lid, set the lid on the laboratory glass body, and nuke it for about three minutes. The lid even distributes the butter over the 'corn as its popping, resulting in perfectly-cooked, movie theater-style popcorn.
Take your single-serve coffee experience to the next level with the Nescafé Dolce Gusto by Krups ($170). Moving beyond simple coffee, the Dolce Gusto offers capsules for espresso, cappuccino, lattes, and more, while its Thermobloc pump and heating element ensure a high-quality drink. No mess, no fuss, just great-tasting coffee drinks, one cup at a time.
To look so retro, this thing is packed with features. The Bodum Bistro Toaster ($70), sporting a perforated brushed chrome finish, offers 900 watts of power and features variable browning and temp settings, defrost and cancel buttons, a built-in warming rack, and removable crumb tray.
Remove some of the fat from your favorite fried foods with the George Foreman Deep Fryer ($145). This unique fryer uses a spinning action to remove excess fat (up to 55%) absorbed during frying, while a built-in convection element adds an extra hint of crispiness. With a 1.4-pound capacity, it's ready to handle even family-sized frying jobs — but don't worry, we won't tell anyone all those onion rings are actually just for you.