The best pasta makers are selling out fast right now, with the coronavirus crisis turning people to alternative solutions for sold-out pantry essentials. With everything from bread to toilet paper proving hard to buy, making pasta from scratch is a fun alternative to getting your comfort food fix. Making pasta is also a great way to get children involved in home-baking activities. You can even put them in charge of making their own pasta sauces for some added fun.
Pasta dough will last in the fridge for a few days, and all it needs is flour and egg. It's easy to make and almost impossible to get wrong, and you can even dry out tagliatelle or spaghetti to replicate the dried pasta you can't find in-store. A pasta maker will help you get inventive with your cooking, and one of the easiest recipes is for ravioli or tortellini. All you need is homemade sheet pasta and some pantry or fresh ingredients - you can get really creative or keep it simple with a spinach filling in brown butter sauce.
With pasta makers sold out nationwide, we've been able to find two great options. They're in stock at time of publication, but they won't be for long - so act fast!
Philips Compact Pasta Maker: Was $244.99, now $199.99 at Macy's
Save $50 - The Philips compact pasta maker is a great all-in-one which can produce spaghetti, penne and fettuccini. It even kneads the dough for you. View Deal
Gourmet Prep Chrome Plated Pasta Maker: Was $79.99, now $39.99 at Macy's
Save 50% - The Gourmet Prep comes with counter top clamps and preset fettuccine and spaghetti cutters. This will make amazing pasta.View Deal
KitchenAid 3pc Pasta Roller & Cutter Set: Was $199.99, now $149.99 at Target
You'll need a KitchenAid stand mixer to work this one, but it's worth investing in a stand mixer right now regardless as it's great for baking bread and cakes. View Deal