See the Kitchen Tools and Gadgets the Stars Really Use at Home
And then snag them for yourself!
After the late-night host appeared on the The Ellen DeGeneres Show, where he revealed what he’s been cooking for his kids, Kimmel upheld his promise to share his recipe. “By request, this is my recipe for Pasta Tina, it’s one of few things my kids eat,” he said, referring to his son Billy, 2, and daughter Jane, 5. To prepare his family-friendly meal, Kimmel uses his OXO silicone spatula to brown the garlic and mix his pasta and beans. The flexible, siicone head makes it ideal for getting into the corners of the pan, without scratching the surface.
The actress baked homemade chocolate chip cookies while at home during lockdown, using a red KitchenAid hand mixer to combine the dry and wet ingredients. "Cakey cookies made possible by borrowed flour from Ike Barinholt," she wrote on Instagram.
The American Horror Story actress cooked rotini pasta with tomato sauce and roast chicken in Staub Red Ceramic Stoneware baking dishes. The versatile pieces distribute and hold heat well, and can be taken from from freezer to oven to table.
KATY PERRY & GORDON RAMSAY
As part of the singer's weekend-long live stream to promote her new album Witness, the pop star invited the chef to teach her how to cook a meal. The pair's menu featured spicy meatballs bound with quinoa on a bed of fresh zucchini "pasta"—which they made using OXO's green, handheld spiralizer. The gadget was so easy to use, even cooking novice Katy Perry had no problem making perfectly-shaped veggie noodles.
BUY IT: OXO Good Grips Handheld Spiralizer, $15; amazon.com
CHIP & JOANNA GAINES
Earlier this year, the Fixer Upper stars opened Joanna’s dream bakery, the Silos Baking Co, in their hometown of Waco, Texas. The couple outfitted the charming bakery with a large marble countertop, exposed antique brick and, of course, endless baking supplies to churn out Joanna's famous recipes. One necessary tool for any professional kitchen: sturdy, easy-to-handle pastry bags to frost and ice the many cakes and desserts baked fresh each day.
BUY IT: Cake Boss Icing Bags with Cake Icer Tips, $8; amazon.com
When the lifestyle expert was renovating her Pacific Palisades, California home, the first thing she did was make her entire kitchen white. “I prefer kitchens to be white because I think they just look clean,” she told PEOPLE. In addition to all-white appliances and cabinets, Conrad also filled her kitchen with white accessories and cooking tools—including a marble rolling pin with a handy wood stand. "I try and cook at home as much as I can," she says.
BUY IT: Ironwood Gourmet Marble Rolling Pin, $18; kohls.com
When the culinary star remodeled the kitchen in her San Francisco home years ago, it was “in hopes of having a show,” she said. “I wanted a light, bright kitchen even for photographing the food for my book and for my blog. I knew I needed clean white countertops and it needed to be light and airy, so I did it.” The now-host of Cooking Channel's Ayesha's Homemade added metallic accents around the space—including this sleek, sculptural copper teakettle.
BUY IT: Mauviel Copper Teakettle, $200; williams-sonoma.com
JESSE TYLER FERGUSON
"You gotta that 💖 @Oprah makes the BEST margarita!" costar Reese Witherspoon posted while they celebrated their upcoming film A Wrinkle in Time. And, as Oprah knows, the key to making the "best" frozen margaritas is using a blender powerful enough to crush and pulverize ice cubes into the perfect slushy consistency.
BUY IT: Vitamix Professional Series 750 Heritage Blender, $599, williams-sonoma.com
Before hosting the Oscars, The Jimmy Kimmel Live! star took to Twitter to show off the Dory-inspired pancake he made for his daughter Jane—while using a hilarious silicone spatula Kimmel designed (of his own face!) for Williams Sonoma. The best part: Proceeds from sales of the spatula benefit No Kid Hungry, which aims to end childhood hunger in America.
BUY IT: Jimmy Kimmel Silicone Spatula, $12.95; williams-sonoma.com
The star of HGTV’s Fixer Upper took to Instagram to show off a breakfast spread fixed up by her husband, Chip, and their daughters Ella, 9, and Emmie, 6. “What a pretty surprise!” she captioned the photo of coffee—served in an adorable "Hello There" mug—a stack of pancakes, scrambled eggs and a sweet handwritten note from her younger daughter.
BUY IT: Crowned Leaf "Hello There" Mug, $10; anthropologie.com
The reality star posted yet another video of her crazy-organized (or “Khlo-C-D”) method of storing food in her pantry. To display her wide variety of tastes (Lucky Charms, Corn Flakes, Frosted Mini Wheats, Cheerios and Rice Krispies, among others), Kardashian uses POP Cereal Dispensers. Yes, this is a container made specifically for cereal: It has a top button, which creates an air-tight seal, and rounded corners for easy pouring.
BUY IT: OXO POP Container Set 10-piece, $174.99 (orig. $291.99); macys.com
If anyone can make the most adorable toddler snack in all the land, it's Reese Witherspoon. The Draper James lifestyle guru-mom extraordinaire posted a picture of her happy toast creation served on an equally cheery blue polka-dot plate.
SARAH JESSICA PARKER
The Divorce star's daughter (and "expert juicer") Tabitha kicked off honeybell orange season by squeezing some fresh citrus with the family's manual juice press—which is great for extracting the most juice possible out of oranges, grapefruits, lemons, limes and more.
BUY IT: West Bend Jupiter Large Commercial Juice Press, $105; amazon.com
"My husband got me this@rachaelray EVOO dispenser for Christmas and I love it. I LOVE IT!!!!" wrote The Office star on Instagram. The stoneware carafe has a clever handle integrated into the design, and features a spout for easy pouring control at the counter, stove and table.
BUY IT: Rachael Ray Cucina EVOO Bottle, $34; kohls.com
"Made this egg white omelette with literally no love in my heart," the Mindy Project star joked on Instagram. Clearly, she wasn't talking about her cute and colorful Jonathan Adler Mad Dot plate. While the red-dot collection is sold out, you can still mimic the style with Adler's blue-and-white porcelain plates.
BUY IT: Newport Dessert Plate, $28; jonathanadler.com
"I know we are supposed to eat a large range of colors," wrote the lifestyle expert on Instagram. "But I guess my body was craving just green this morning!!" And perhaps something purple? Alves' lavender transferware salad plate and bowl steal the show during this meal.
BUY IT! Spode Delamere Bouquet, $100 for 5 pieces; amazon.com