Small Kitchen Appliances is usually defined as portable and can be used while sitting at the countertop. It is generally inexpensive and widely available. And because of its size and price, it is a preferred gift for occasions such as weddings, Christmas, and Valentine’s Day. This coming Valentine’s Day, why not surprise your wife with a small kitchen appliances as a gift. In not particular order, here are some preferred small kitchen appliances of moms. This is a hint list dear husbands!
5 Small Kitchen Appliances For Your Wife This Valentine’s Day
#1 Small Oven. If your wife/partner loves to bake or usually mentions cupcakes, take the hint! This is the gift that you should give her because she will be baking your birthday cake soon! This a mini counterpart of bigger oven minus some feature. This is inexpensive and relatively small. It won’t hurt the budget and won’t eat much space on your kitchen countertop. And it produces cakes, cupcakes and even roasted chicken!
#2 Electric Pressure Cooker. If you are the kind of mister who loves asking for Beef Nilaga or Kare-Kare, buy this one and wrap it pronto! Why electric and not stovetop? It’s very convenient, set it and forget it. This is placed on #2 as a subtle hint. Eherm, husband, eherm.
#3 Coffee Maker. Nothing beats waking up with the smell of freshly made coffee. The coffee aroma is considered as one of the best perk me up smell in the world (I made that up but it may actually be true). Coffee maker actually makes the coffee taste better, even the instant ones, the taste and aroma is better when you use a coffee maker to make one.
#4 Microwave. This is a must in every kitchen. Still thinking if it is worth to buy microwave, stop thinking and give your money. Your partner will thank you for giving her a microwave as gift. Trust me, I used to say no to microwave but the husband insisted on buying one. When I finally said yes, I wish I said yes earlier. Life has been easier with microwave!
#5 Induction Cooker. When I created my own list a while ago, this one was not included. I was actually thinking of a juicer or a blender. The group of moms I asked pointed out that an induction cooker is a good alternative when you run out of gas. Good point right? Aside from that, it consumes less electricity as compared to cooking using gas (that’s according to my sister). And the pot that is designed for induction cooking are really cute. So hint! When you plan to buy induction cooker as a gift, include pans and pots.
I read once that small kitchen appliances should not be treated as a gift to your partner because it is a household use. Do not believe that. If it will make your partner happy, then go gift it.