REVIEW The KitchenAid 14-Cup KFP1466ER is a durable food processor that slices and shreds beautifully, and comes with useful accessories in a storage case.
REVIEW This Oster CKSTBR9050-NP is a no-hassle automatic bread maker with an easy delay timer and Gluten Free setting.
REVIEW The Dash Clear View is a unique and inexpensive toaster which performed well in all our tests.
REVIEW The Breville Sous Chef BFP800XL is among the most powerful of the food processors we reviewed. It was fully capable of reducing every type of food we tested it on.
REVIEW The Hamilton Beach 8-Cup 70740 food processor packs a powerful punch, whipping through food preparation tasks quickly.
You don't need a barbecue grill to cook delicious grilled food. Indoor electric grills offer the same grilling features in compact and convenient units that you can use inside your home.
It outperformed every other toaster in our cooking tests, notably making the best cookies that were golden on top and thoroughly cooked through in the middle in just 10 minutes.
We spent 85 hours testing pressure cookers by cooking the same recipe on 10 different devices. Here are our top picks.
REVIEW If you’re looking for a bare-bones model and just cooking for one or two people, the NESCO 5-Quart food steamer is a good choice.
REVIEW The Sunbeam Mixmaster, which is decidedly less expensive than the other stand mixers we reviewed, but it's not up to heavy-duty kitchen tasks.
REVIEW The modestly priced Hamilton Beach 6-Speed Stand Mixer is a good general use electric mixer that can handle most kitchen tasks.
Oster TSSTTVDFL2 is a powerful six slice toaster oven that has the longest warranty in our comparison. Our device ran a lot hotter than others when set at regular temperatures, but you can easily adjust the temperature dials to prevent your food from burning.
We weren't blown away by this toaster oven's performance but we weren't dismayed by it either. It performed decently well in our cooking tests and it gives you a fair amount of space to cook with. The roll-top door makes it easier to remove your food without burning yourself.
Cuisinart toaster ovens tend to be overpriced and this one is no exception. While it does offer 1800 watts of power, making it one of the most powerful device in our comparison, it doesn't offer any additional features to warrant the high cost. In fact, it doesn't even have a timer.
The Black + Decker CTO6335S toaster oven is a powerful device that is wide enough to fit six slices of bread at once and it offers some of the best toasting evenness and temperature accuracy of any toaster oven we tested.
Though it has the smallest capacity of any device in our comparison, this toaster oven did very well in our cooking tests. However, the lack of basic features and the flawed button design makes it a hassle to use.
The Breville BOV450XL offers plenty of fancy features and a fashionable design, but it hardly seemed to warrant the high cost. You can easily pay less money for a more basic, yet better-cooking toaster oven and be happy with your purchase.
The KitchenAid KCO253CU is a large toaster oven that comes with two racks, which makes it a perfect fit for a large family. It evenly and thoroughly toasted everything we placed inside of it, while still maintaining a relatively cool exterior.
You can purchase this beautiful toaster oven from the manufacturer for only $40. At the time of this article, we also found it selling on Amazon for only $30. So, you might be able to purchase it at a super low price on sale.
The Black + Decker TO1675B runs a little warmer than it should, but it still produces some decent cooking results. While it isn't the best toaster oven in our review, it is well priced. The manufacturer sells this unit for roughly $50, a price that is on the lower side for convection ovens.