All-Clad. KitchenAid. Lodge. Do we have your attention yet? Amazon Prime Day cookware deals are back, and they are very good—something about supply chain disruptions and excess inventory, I don’t know. Running until tonight at midnight, the Prime Early Access sale is essentially an October sequel (2 Prime 2 Furious) to Amazon’s regularly scheduled summer sales event, and it is stacked with as many, or more, prime day kitchen deals than previous sales. It’s a great time to upgrade your pots and pans, from the nonstick egg pan that isn’t so nonstick anymore to the name brand Dutch oven you’ve gazed at longingly, whispering “someday.” (And if you’re looking for more home and kitchen deals, we have you covered.)
Here are the basics of Amazon Prime Day deals: Some items will be on sale all day today. Elusive Lightning Deals will pop up for six-hour periods and sell out quickly, so be sure to check back as we update this post with what is currently on sale. All retailer sales and coupons will be automatically applied at checkout and are available to Prime members. Without further ado, here are the best Amazon Prime Day cookware deals to shop and shop hard. All the good stuff, none of the fluff.
“This is the pan you will never get bored of, cannot destroy, and will never let you down,” food director Chris Morocco says of All-Clad’s frying pan. This 10-piece set includes that fry pan, sauté pans, a stockpot, and more. This is an excellent deal (40% off) on professional-quality pans that you (or perhaps a recent graduate) will use forever. For-eh-ver.
Is 2022 the year you officially kick your single-use plastic habit? With silicone Stasher bags, anything is possible. It won’t be long before you fill them with cookie dough balls for the freezer and use them for sous vide steak. Snag this four-pack for 34% off during Prime Day.
A cast iron skillet will come in handy for many things: skillet lasagna, butter-basted steak, apple upside-down cake to name a few. If you don’t have one yet, we recommend this Lodge cast-iron skillet, which is pre-seasoned and on sale for less than $20.
The only form of ice that boasts its own cult, nugget ice is now achievable at home thanks to the GE Profile Opal countertop ice maker. No longer will you need to drive to the nearest Sonic to satisfy those late-night, ice crunching desires.
If you’ve hopped on board the toaster oven train, like BA executive editor Sonia Chopra, you’ll know that the best ones can do pretty much everything a conventional oven can, just at a smaller scale. This set of toaster oven-sized bakeware makes small batches of morning glory muffins and BA’s best chocolate chip cookies without the hassle of a lengthy pre-heat time.
Here at BA, we’re big fans of the mini food processor. It can do almost everything a full-size food processor can do, but it’s a lot more convenient—plus, it’s cute and takes up almost no space in your cabinets.
Morocco’s most-used kitchen tool is his 3.5-quart NanoBond sauté pan. It conducts heat better than other stainless-steel pans thanks to its molecular-bonded titanium coating, which also makes it more durable. Get this pan, as part of a 5-piece set, for 16% off.
This All-Clad immersion blender is one of the best we’ve used. Its 600-watt motor is more powerful than most, and its variable speed controls provide peak precision. Get it for 29% off on Amazon Prime Day, then make this creamy tomato soup.
This early deal includes the only three knives you need: A chef’s knife, a paring knife, and a serrated knife. These stainless-steel knives are full tang, durable and lightweight. The set is also available with Henckel’s custom knife sharpener.
This no-nonsense lever-style citrus press is the bomb. Cheaper versions of this kind of citrus squeezer tend to bend and break easily—not this one. It’s made from durable stainless steel.
KitchenAid is famous for its stand mixers, but I love the brand for this hand mixer. It has seven speeds, a soft-start feature to prevent splattering, and the back has a flat surface that allows it to stand up on its own. Did I mention it’s completely cordless? Get it for 15% off.
I love my mini nonstick GreenPan for making silver dollar pancakes and eggs. Now’s the time to grow my collection. This set includes 8-inch and 10-inch pans, which I hear are the best ceramic nonstick pans around.
This countertop appliance made our lists for both best air fryers and best toaster ovens. It can toast, roast, bake, slow-cook, and broil—and it can even fit a whole chicken inside. Get it for 20% off this Amazon Prime Day.
This set comes with three baking dishes. But honestly, we’d get it just for the mini baking dish, which is the ideal size when baking for two. At just $32, this is great value.
If we had to pick the best nonstick pan for a home cook on a budget, we’d go with the Tramontina nonstick skillet. It’s made from heavy-duty aluminum and features a stainless-steel handle that is secured with multiple rivets and covered in a removable silicone sheath.
The best food processor can’t do what a mortar and pestle does, cookbook author and former BA editor Andy Baraghani says. It can (and will) change the way you cook.
A practical set of nesting mixing bowls is always helpful when making a complicated, multi-step recipe. But you’ll also use them as popcorn bowls, neighborhood potluck serveware, or countertop kitchen scrap receptacles. The possi-bowl-ities are endless!
“You 10000000% need a cast-iron griddle,” writes BA contributor Amiel Stanek. Okay, maybe that’s hyperbole, but how else are you going to throw down on perfectly cooked grilled cheese and smash burgers for a crowd?
Senior food editor Christina Chaey loves her teeny Calphalon stainless-steel pot; maximalists can go with this 10-piece set of normal-size pots. They boast even-heating tri-ply construction, they’re dishwasher-safe, and they’re induction burner compatible.
Unless you’re Strega Nona or Eataly’s resident pastaio, a serviceable pasta maker is an invaluable tool. Snatch this half-off Lightning Deal to keep you and your loved ones absolutely glutted with fresh spaghet‘.
There’s a reason pro bakers love Fat Daddio’s cake pans: They’re heavy-duty and made of light-colored anodized aluminum, which ensures the outside of your cakes doesn’t cook more quickly than the middle. Consider this the gold standard.
Ayesha Curry’s Dutch oven comes with a self-basting, dimpled lid that’s marked with her signature stainless-steel heart handle. There couldn’t be a better vessel for making (and serving) a big batch of her coconut rice and peas.
Do you dry off a colander of salad greens by dabbing and squeezing them with a paper towel? You don’t have to live like this. A salad spinner both dries your lettuces and keeps your delicate Boston bibbs and red leafs robust and shapely. This particular Oxo model is the fave of Sweetgreen cofounder Nicolas Jammet.
Preserve those chicken cutlets better, longer by vacuum sealing them into a shrink-wrapped airless coffin. Anyone who buys in bulk needs one of these, as does anyone who sous vides: Plop a pouch into a pot with your sous vide machine (also on sale) and dinner is done.
Put this cast-iron grill press to use and instantly notice the sear on your crispy salmon improve. Heck, it’ll even improve the crust on your grilled cheese sandwiches. Snag one today for $15.
We’ve got an unhealthy obsession with mini gadgets, specifically this GIR mini spatula. It’s sturdier than other rubber spatulas and gives just the right amount of bend. Plus, it’s our favorite tool for scrambled eggs.
If you’re anything like me, you’ll turn to this single serve Nutribullet more often than your standard size blender simply for its ease of use. It’s compact, lightweight, and you can drink your smoothies straight from the blender containers. Today it’s 17% off.
The Art, SodaStream’s latest soda maker, disposes of the conventional button for a more…artful? lever. Regardless of the cosmetic alterations, it still delivers bottles of electrifying fizz necessary for a salty grapefruit refresher or a cold-infused blackberry-pepper soda.
If there’s any kitchen tool contributor Claire Saffitz swears by, it’s the bench scraper. The simple tool is a must-have for bakers, making it easy to divide scones and to get underneath fussy and tender pie dough. The ruler edge on this one also allows for precise, boulangerie-level precision.
A bread baker traps steam and encourages both an even rise and golden crust. Emile Henry’s French-made bakers use a proprietary ceramic that’s oven safe up to 520 degrees Fahrenheit, which makes them ideal for breadheads who need an option that’s lighter than traditional cast iron models.
The only control freak in your life your therapist will approve of. This professional-grade induction burner is a collaboration between Breville and PolyScience, a company that makes “temperature control solutions” for labs and medical facilities. Yeah, it’s serious like that. That type of temperature precision comes at a price, but today you can get the induction burner that chefs obsess over at 20% off.
The best thing about ceramic bakeware is that it’s pretty enough to double as a serveware. This set includes a rectangular dish, an oval dish, and a pie dish, so you can bake your casseroles and pies, then take it straight to the dinner (or dessert) table for everyone to admire.
Ceramic knives tend to hold onto their sharp edge for longer than their steel counterparts, which is why BA editor Zaynab Issa reaches for this set of Kyocera knives when testing recipes. Plenty of knife sets are full of blades you don’t need, but this edited selection of 3 has just the right size knives for all your slicing and dicing.
We’ve got a lot of love for Lodge. Their humble, hard working Dutch ovens are a fraction of the price of Le Creuset and Staub, but in our product tests, they’ve proven again and again to be even-heating, heat-retaining, and long-lasting. Soup season is near. This is the time to swing for the Dutch oven.
If you value sharpness, precision, and value, you’ll appreciate this Japanese-style knife from Misen, one of our favorite start-up cookware brands. It’s made with high-carbon stainless steel, which means it’ll stay sharper longer. And its sloped bolster will give you the perfect pinch grip for better comfort and control. Act fast if you want this limited-time Lightning Deal to be yours.
While no other blender quite mimics the crushing power of a Vitamix, this Ninja professional series will take on smoothies, sauces, and soups with ease, thanks to a 100-watt motor. Plus, it has a 72-oz capacity, which means you might just have enough smoothie to share.
Sous vide might sound like a restaurant technique, but it’s actually ideal for hands off weeknight cooking. Slowly cook a week’s worth of soft-boiled eggs or finally master the tender, juicy chicken breast while you do other prep–or, while you just relax. Anova has a handy app that suggests recipes and cook time, and it’s bluetooth enabled to turn off when your ingredients are ready.
You worked hard for that crumb! Don’t squash it with a chef’s knife. The sharp little teeth on this bread knife slice through the crust of even the crispest sourdough with ease and then treats that crumb with the delicate touch it deserves.
If your coffee or espresso setup is missing a milk frother, consider the Aevo. This little pitcher heats and froths simultaneously, is dishwasher safe, and it caps the temperature at 140ºF so it will never scald your milk.
A vinaigrette needs a good, dry leaf to cling onto. An OXO Good Grips salad spinner will get you there. Got a big household of salad freaks? This larger-than-average size, which holds 6.6 quarts, is for you.
If you want to kick that expensive green juice habit, you’ll appreciate the Omega Slow Masticating Juicer. In our product test, we found the auger-equipped machine produced the largest glass of green juice with very little foam, heating, or wastage and was easy to use and clean. That type of efficiency doesn’t come cheap, but during the Prime Early Access sale, this juicer is 20% off.