Kitchen Equipment

A well organised and kitted out kitchen is essential to great cooking. Here are some pieces of equipment that make my life easier in the kitchen that you may also want to consider.

Blenders & Juicers


I love my NutriBullet. I have used it everyday for the past 3 years. Mostly for smoothies but also to blend hummus, soups and homemade condiments. Simple and effective tech.

Amazon Review: 4/5 Stars


Vitamix blenders are popular and for good reason. They are just as good as the NutriBullet but give you control over the speed allowing you to get the perfect consistency for whatever you are blending. Much more expensive but will last a lifetime.

Amazon Review: 4.5/5 Stars

Immersion Blender

My immersion blender is one of the most useful pieces of kit in my kitchen. It’s essential to making vegan mayo for a start!! also very useful for making soups, sauces and hummus.

Amazon Review: 4.5/5 Stars

Oscar Juicer

This one ain’t cheap but if you can afford the initial cost it pays back over the years. You can make insanely good juices with this bad boy for a fraction of the cost you pay at your local fancy juice bar or cafe. Get creative and healthy at the same time.

Amazon Review: 4.5/5 Stars


Instant Pot

This magical bit of kit is 7 different cookers in 1! Pressure Cooker, Slow Cooker, Rice Cooker, Steamer, Sauté, Yogurt Marker and Warmer. It also has 14 different programs depending on what you are cooking: soup, chilli, rice, stews, porridge etc..

Amazon Review: 4/5 Stars


This incredible simple piece of kit may look like a glorified pillow but it’s actually a slow cooker that uses zero electricity! I love it for cooking curries, stews and even chickpeas.

Amazon Review: 4/5 Stars

Useful Gadgets


Have you ever had ‘zoodles’? No? Well, you’re missing out! A spiralizer adds another dimension to your vegan meals. You can use this handy piece of kit to make vegetable noodles or pasta. My personal fave is zucchini spaghetti!

Amazon Review: 4.5/5 Stars

Salad Spinner

Easy way to wash your veggies before making a salad. Tip – use a cap full of apple cider vinegar before spinning with water to help remove excess pesticides.

Amazon Review: 4.5/5 Stars