7 best cooking tools a healthy chef loves

Consider this as your guide to healthier cooking. Chef Mia Rigden and Jenny Dorsey are teaming up to show you how to rearrange some of your favorite baked goods to make them healthier and loaded with better-for-you ingredients, without skimping on flavor. See everything

Good + good Alternative training camp The series, dedicated to creating delicious, low-sugar, nutrient-dense pastries continues to garner a lot of comments on social media. Most are about the baked goods themselves, raving about their outcome when someone has tried them at home or asking about the ingredients. But there are also a lot of reviews that don’t relate to baked goods at all. Instead, they are all about the host of functional yet beautiful baking tools Mia rigden (a nutritionist and chef) uses to concoct her delicious treats.

Why Ridgen uses this particular blender, where the world found such a classy salt shaker, what brand of their handy countertop burner is … well bakers, we’ve seen your questions and we’ve got them brought directly to Ridgen herself who is happy to reveal where it all came from. Read on to find out and see videos showing how to use them to make mouthwatering desserts.

7 essential cooking tools, according to a healthy chef:

Photo: Beast

Beast Blender – $ 155.00

If you regularly connect to Alternative training camp, you know this blender gets used to many. “It’s my favorite blender,” says Rigden. “The Beast is compact, powerful, incredibly quiet and very easy to clean. The low volume is especially appreciated on set during filming, but will be just as much of a benefit at home when trying to create creamy homemade dairy-free pie and whipped cream fillings without boring the whole house.

Check out how it’s used to make vegan pumpkin pie in the video below:

Cusinart food processor
Photo: Cusinart

Cusinart 14 Cup Food Processor – $ 246.00

Sometimes a blender just isn’t powerful enough to do what a food processor can do. (For example, turning nuts into a high protein mash.) At such times, Rigden picks up his Cusinart food processor. “It’s an indispensable kitchen tool,” she says. “It’s ideal for making pasta, nut butters, dips and sauces. “

classic mixer from kitchenaid
Photo: Kitchenade

KitchenAid Blender – $ 429.00

KitchenAid mixers are ubiquitous in professional kitchens and in the homes of professional bakers for a reason – they are truly amazing. This model has an almost perfect five-star rating from over 4,000 Amazon reviews. There are 10 different speeds, so you can whip as fast or slow as you want.

Check out how it’s used to make gluten-free blueberry muffins in the video below:

a tasty top
Photo: Cusinart

Tasty by Cusinart Tasty One Top – $ 149.00

Ridgen uses this cooktop whenever she needs to grill something twice. If you post your baking adventures on social media, that might come in handy as well, as it allows viewers to see what you’re doing without the whole stove getting in your way. This one is easy to carry wherever you shoot and has sensors that track the temperature of the pots and pans you place on it.

See the Cusinart Tasty One Top in action in this video, showing how to make vegan fudge:

caraway cookware

Non-Toxic Ceramic Caraway Non-Stick Cookware Set – $ 395.00

You won’t be able to do a lot of cooking or baking without cookware. “The non-toxic non-stick pans are a game changer and I love this well-designed and functional set,” says Rigden. Each item is so pretty that you might not even want to hide them in your wardrobes.

salt and pepper
Photo: Norm Architects

Norm Architects 2 Piece Bottle Mill – $ 200.00

Okay, so a $ 200 salt and pepper set isn’t exactly a must-have, but it’s the most beautifully designed duo you’ll find out there, which is exactly why Alternative training camp viewers often ask where they are from. “This set is chic and functional,” says Rigden. Think of it as an art that you will actually use every day.

ceramic bowls
Photo: Mora Ceramics

Mora Ceramics Dinnerware Set – $ 111.00

White ceramic kitchen utensils make your pastry creation really sparkle; nothing will distract from your delicious food. “These are my everyday bowls,” says Rigden. Sometimes simplicity really is the best.

There you go: seven kitchen utensils that will take your healthy baking game to the next level. Now the only question left is, what are you going to use them for cooking first?

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