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27 Black Friday Kitchen Deals (2023): KitchenAid, Oxo, Ninja

The season of holiday cookies and family recipes you either dearly love or deeply despise is around the corner. We’ve scoured the internet for Black Friday kitchen deals that may be of interest if you’re looking for gifts—or feeling woefully unprepared with the tools you have in your kitchen. Whether it’s a new countertop appliance, the KitchenAid of your dreams, or a better coffee machine to survive your in-laws being in town, these are the best kitchen sales for you to shop this Black Friday.

We test products year-round and handpicked these deals. The discount amounts we show are based on actual street prices at retailers in the past few months. Products that are sold out or no longer discounted as of publishing will be crossed out. We’ll update this guide periodically.

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Kitchen Appliance Deals

Ninja Speedi Air Fryer

Photograph: Ninja

This is an all-around great air fryer. It offers more than you’ll find in other air fryer models with 12-in-1 functionality, which includes cooking modes that range from searing and sautéing to baking and roasting. It can make one-pot meals, too, and comes with a recipe booklet to get you started.

The quiet, undisputed king of rice cookers, the Zojirushi uses “fuzzy logic technology” with a microcomputer (hence the abbreviation “micom” in the product name) to make tiny adjustments in heat placement, ensuring that your grains are perfectly done, with minimal effort and no burned or wet spots. We have seen this one dip about $15 lower, but this is the lowest price we’ve seen in the last six months.

Balmuda Toaster Oven


This was the only appliance on WIRED reviews editor Julian Chokkattu’s wedding registry—he uses it to make stale bread fresh again, but you can also use it to reheat pretty much anything. The Balmuda Toaster (8/10, WIRED Recommends) is a mini steam toaster, so you pour a tiny bit of water with the included (and equally cute) tiny cup into the top area. There are time recommendations for things like pizza, a croissant, or sandwich bread.

It might look like a coffee maker, but the Ninja Creami (6/10, WIRED Review) makes ice cream. It isn’t an essential tool, obviously, but it’s fun if you’re interested in experimenting with your own sorbet and ice cream recipes. Ninja also has a $17 Ninja Creami recipe book if you want ideas on where to start (though we wish it was included, rather than a separate purchase).

KitchenAid 5.5-Quart Stand Mixer

Photograph: KitchenAid

The motor isn’t quite as powerful as on the more expensive Artisan model, but this mixer is beefy enough for all but the thickest, stickiest of doughs, and it still has 10 speeds and a couple of included attachments. KitchenAid stand mixers have a reputation for being durable, so while it is an initial investment, you can expect it to last for many years. You can get the smaller 4.5-quart size on sale too.

Are you dreaming of a better blender? Breville’s Super Q (8/10, WIRED Reviews) is a high-end blender that excels in making smoothies, nut butters, and frozen margaritas. It’s a splurge, though, even with a sale.

This is one of the steepest discounts we’ve ever seen on the ever-popular, ever-convenient Instant Pot. If you don’t have one, this is a good time to invest. It’s hard to make cooking easier than this. Plug one in, the pressure builds, and it makes all of your slow-cooker favorites—chili, ribs, mac and cheese, broths, and braises—in a relative heartbeat.

Vitamix 5200

Photograph: Vitamix

This powerful blender has just two switches and a dial, but it excels at blending smoothies, lassis, frozen margaritas, salad dressings, and even mole adobo. It’s impressive how much this blender can do, which is why we recommend it for home cooks.

Hand blenders are, ahem, handy, for those times when you need to blend a small amount of something without getting your big blender dirty. They’re great for blending soups in the pot or whipping up a small plate of hummus. You can even make smoothies in a stainless steel mug if you’re careful with the speed dial. The KitchenAid’s detachable head is dishwasher safe, making it easy to clean up when you’re done.

Everybody needs a little music and weather in their kitchen. The Echo Show 5 is typically overpriced at $90, but the deal price of $40 matches the best we have tracked. Just keep in mind that it goes on sale frequently. We prefer the Echo Show 10 for its larger size, but the smaller footprint of the Echo Show 5 is good for a small kitchen. If you prefer Google Assistant, well, the

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