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24 New Kitchen Finds We Can't Wait to Use This Spring

These are the tools and treats we’re coveting this season.
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Though we've rounded the corner into spring, you might be feeling like you've been running a nonstop marathon while living, working, and cooking at home. Thankfully, some of our favorite brands have introduced new tools and treats that we desperately need right now, from useful mini-sheet pans to timeless ceramic dinnerware

We've rounded up a collection of new finds and latest releases that have lifted us out of our cooking ruts and brought a little joy to 2021. There are six categories, including bakeware, outdoor tools, pantry items, and cookware. Whether you're looking to update your overused tools or find the perfect gift for a loved one, there are plenty of great products to get excited about. Read on for all of our picks for spring 2021.

Cookware

We're big fans of Smithey's hardy cast iron tools, and the latest round roaster is perfect for everything from spring roasts to summer paella. Several cookware brands have come out with trendy spring hues, and we're crushing on Caraway's collaboration with Crate & Barrel: a silt green with brass details for their non-toxic nonstick cookware. Staub has also introduced a sage green, now on sale exclusively at Williams Sonoma for a limited time. And last but certainly not least, Le Creuset has re-introduced the beloved Cool Mint line in several products—act fast since those pieces are bound to be scooped up.

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Pantry and Fridge

Brightland's stellar olive oil collection has just expanded with a limited edition garlic oil called "Rosette" (we've tried it and love it). Another pantry star is TRUFF's new mayonnaise, a true treat for burgers and fries and a staple we'll be keeping on tap for our summer barbecues to come. For something sweet, Mochidoki's latest flavors including Cherry Chocolate and Cake Batter are a welcome addition to their line of mochi that ship nationwide. JuneShine—a hard kombucha quickly rising in popularity—has excellent core flavors perfect for warmer weather like blood orange mint and hopical citrus, as well as a brand new iced tea lemonade.

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Outdoor Gear

Yeti is well known for their hardy coolers and insulated drinkware, but they have just entered the luggage space with a line of backpacks, duffles, and roll-along bags just in time for many of us to start traveling again. Hydroflask has three bright colors for this season: Carnation, Pineapple, and Alpine. Brumate now has an insulated coffee mug that'll keep you hot or iced drinks at the right temperature for hours. Pizza fanatics can rejoice that our favorite outdoor pizza oven is back in stock, but be aware you'll need to order now to have it in time for Memorial Day.

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Dinnerware

East Fork's newest ceramic bowl is ideal for pasta dinners, salads, and grain mains. We can't look away from the beautiful Estelle Colored Glass wine glasses, in several hues fit for any kitchen style. Serving dinner outdoors doesn't need to involve paper plates either: melamine plates, bowls, and cups now look just as stylish as the real thing. For a pop of color to your dinner spread, the citrus glass chargers, plates, and bowls at Williams Sonoma are a home cooking host's delight.

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Bakeware

We love a festive bundt cake, and Nordicware has a brand new mold for their 75th anniversary in signature gold-tone nonstick finish. For spring and summer pies, Emile Henry has entered the farmhouse-style arena with a "potter pie dish" that will look great on any table. Find out how easy scones are to make with Silpat's nonstick mat, and add the most useful quarter-baking sheets to your kitchen from Great Jones for everything from roasted veggies to focaccia.

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Kitchen Tools

Nutribullet's latest line of matte blenders are a smart gift and a handy kitchen addition for smoothie fans. Toss your rinds, peels, and herb trimmings into Simplehuman's Compost Caddy that latches right on to their signature trash can (which we can't endorse enough). Smeg has a brand new line of nonstick cookware, but we're also eyeing their new set of knives. If you're in the market for some small appliances, Drew Barrymore's new line at Walmart is a stunner in sage green, and includes a six-quart touchscreen air fryer.

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