When Cooking Goes Smart: Our Favorite Smart Kitchen Gadgets

September 14, 2016

Check out these awesome gadgets to make cooking even more ‘smart’.

IOT (Internet of Things) has changed the way we look at household appliances and other common home items. From smart bulbs to smart speakers, the automation of these products has somehow made our lives easier and more convenient.

The same goes for these worthy gadgets that you should consider being part of your kitchen. Check out our favorite kitchen gadgets:

Pantelligent – Who knew pans can be so intelligent? The aptly named Pantelligent may look like an ordinary pan, but the included sensors inside allows it to detect temperature so you know when flip when frying or even tell you if the heat is too high. All of these are relayed on to a smartphone app where you can also see what your friends are cooking.

Crock-Pot Smart Slow Cooker – Equipped with a 6-quart capacity that can handle any meal, this slow cooker can let you monitor what you are cooking even if you are away from home. You can monitor your food and will give you real-time updates so you are sure to arrive to a perfect meal every time.

SmartPlate – Imagine a plate that can quickly analyze the food that you are eating and then tells you via a smartphone app how many calories you are consuming. The accompanying app will let you improve your dietary requirements and even help you manage your weight.

Range – Designed to work with an iPhone or an iPad, Range is a smart thermometer that can precisely detect how hot is the food you are cooking, alerting you via a smartphone app if you are overcooking – perfect for cooking steaks and other meats.

Somabar – Imagine your own personal robotic bartender – that’s what the Somabar exactly does. It can automatically mix cocktails and even infuse bitters to make the perfect drink – all while using the handy app that lets you operate it from your smartphone.

Did we miss any gadget that you would like to be included in the list? Give it a shoutout in the comments below!

by Victor
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff.