2/ The Tefal Optigrill fantastic health grill enabling you to cook many foods from bacon, burgers, fish, chicken, steak, sausages and more. The Optigrill takes the guess work out of cooking too - you can choose to have your steak, rare, medium rare or (if you must) well done with perfect results ever time. To read more pop over and have a read of my review.
3/ Also from Tefal the Cook4Me does just that, and is really easy to use. Sausage casserole for 4 people is ready in just 9 minutes! I love cooking but sometimes I don't have time and so this is perfect. Cook4Me is pre-programmed with 50 recipes all of which are dead simple to follow but of course you can use it to cook full scales dinners to desserts. Rice is perfectly cooked and I use mine pretty much at least 4 times a week for one thing or another.
The vegetables for the Sunday roast are made easy too. I pile cauliflower, carrots and Brussels sprouts into the machine and select cauliflower since it has the longest cooking time. As long as you weigh the vegetables you can't go wrong - and once you've done that once you know that next Sunday the veg will be the same so you can visually know the weight if that makes sense. Take a look at my review here.
4/ The Tassimo drinks machine is great if you have little space in your kitchen. Drinks are piping hot and ready in seconds. A huge range of Coffees, Hot Chocolate, Tea and more are available in the form of discs that you insert into the machine which reads the barcode and prepares your drink for you at the press of a button. See my review for more details.
5/ The Tefal ActiFry hasn't long arrived at our house but we've loved everything we've cooked in it so far. If you follow the instructions and use the recommended variety of potatoes then chips are soft and fluffy inside and crispy on the outside. But it's not just for cooking chips - see how I got on making Sweet Chilli Chicken Wings in the ActiFry.
6/ Fro-Fru from Judge Cookware - fantastic little gadget. Frozen desserts made in minutes. Great for kids and the warmer weather perhaps but with that said, I say any time is a good time for a refreshing dessert.
Pop over to read more on the Fro-Fru here.
7/ Now this soup maker also from Judge Cookware is marvelous. I know you can make soup without a soup maker but the fact is I personally wouldn't bother. Just pop your ingredients into the soup maker along with a stock cube and cold water. Press the button and piping hot soup is ready in just 20 minutes! Here's my review which has links to a couple of soups I've made using it. Oh and before I forget, this soup maker also steams eggs which turn out perfect every time.
8/ This very stylish Stainless Steal Bread maker from Panasonic is in a word - brilliant. Not only does it make many types of bread, dough and cakes but it also can be used to make jam - I tried it and it works.
Take a more detailed look at the Panasonic bread maker.
9/ Very nice looking Stainless Steel Stick Blender by Stellar Cookware - an immersion blender is great for making soups (if you don't have the soup make mentioned above)! Or gravy, sauces and purees. The already powerful 750W motor makes easy work of blending but it does have a Turbo boost function too. read more about this stick blender in my review.
10/ Sous Vide Supreme - Sous Vide (pronounced "soo-veed") is a luxury kitchen appliance for the more serious cook. I say that because it isn't cheap to buy. To use a water oven you will of course also need a vacuum sealer. I was lucky enough to have been sent both but I can tell you I love this machine. Fantastic results every time. You can see my review and some Sous Vide recipes here.