15 Cheap Must-Have Dollar Tree Kitchen Tools

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Stocking a kitchen can be expensive, but Dollar Tree offers a great selection of affordable kitchen gadgets. They have an entire wall dedicated to kitchen items, all priced at $1.25 each. Although the store used to have everything priced at $1 (hence the name Dollar Tree), that is a topic for another day. If you want to save money on useful kitchen tools, check out these 15 gadgets available at Dollar Tree!

Citrus Press

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A citrus Press easily extracts fresh juice from lemons and limes without waste.

Splatter Screen

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Minimize mess in the kitchen by using a splatter screen when frying to contain grease and cooking splatters.

Pot Holders

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The quality of these pot holders and dish drying mats for $1.25 cannot be beaten.

Yogurt Cups

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Conveniently store and transport yogurt or repurpose these cups for salads on the go.

Storage Containers

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Keep your leftovers fresh and organized with a variety of plastic storage containers.

Sink Strainer

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Sink strainers don’t last long and get dirty quickly. Keeping an inexpensive one on hand as a backup is a good idea.

Cake Decorating Kit

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Budget-friendly cake decorating kit to achieve professional-looking designs.

Hand Towels

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Decorative hand towels and pot holders with fun quotes on them.

Knives

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Equip your kitchen with a selection of affordable knives in a variety of sizes.

Serving Pieces

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For entertaining, keeping extra serving spoons, ladles, and slotted spoons on hand is helpful. At $1.25 each, this is a great way to stock up.

Measuring Tools

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These budget-friendly kitchen measuring cups and spoons are perfect for stocking a new kitchen or complementing extras you may already have.

Spatulas

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Spatulas are versatile kitchen tools that you can never have too many of.

Silverware

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Many households struggle with missing spoons, and these inexpensive flatware sets are an excellent way to stock up on extra utensils.

Condiment Bottles

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Easily dispense and store condiments like mustard, ketchup and dressings, or get creative and use these condiment bottles for making funnel cakes.

Tongs

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Tongs are a helpful kitchen gadget, perfect for flipping hot items on the grill, tossing salads, and serving food.

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Author: Natasha Newton (Natasha's Southern Flavor)
Natasha is the founder of Natasha’s Southern Flavor. She has a passion for sharing delicious family friendly low-carb recipes that are easy to make and use readily accessible ingredients. Natasha has published three bestselling cookbooks. Her books and recipes have been featured by CNET, Delish, Mindbodygreen, Parade and Women’s Health. She enjoys traveling and spending time with her husband, two adult children, and three furbabies.
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2 Comments

  1. You forgot the hamburger smasher/chopper. It’s 4 plastic sides and long handle will mince hamburger, potatoes, sausage just about any quickly. Best $1.25 I’ve ever spent!

    1. 100% agree!!! Fantastic tool. Very sturdy. Holds up to heat during cooking and heat from the dishwasher as well. Shreds all(properly cooked)instant pot meat like a champ!!! Worth EVERY penny. Stock up. You won’t regret it.🙂

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