Whether you're rooting for San Francisco or Kansas City, we all know the best part about the Super Bowl is the food. (OK, and the commercials.) If you're planning to throw a party for the big game, you may already have your menu planned out: wings, sliders, fries, the works. To make things easier in the kitchen, Target is offering up to 30% off select cooking appliances and cookware.
If you don't already have an air fryer, now is the time to buy one. Seriously, it can make life much easier — and your wings much crispier than the oven. If you have a small slow cooker, consider using it for dips and investing in a larger one for a main dish — for instance, the Ninja Foodi PossibleCooker Pro is big enough to cook a 6- to 7-pound roast.
The key is to have the right kitchen tools in your arsenal so you can prep and cook with ease, and actually enjoy your own party (and maybe even watch some of the game). Get out of the kitchen and in front of the TV faster with these kitchen goods on sale at Target.
Use this double-basket air fryer to make wings and fries at the same time ahead of the big game. Each basket is 4 quarts and holds up to 2 pounds of french fries. Of course, this is a Ninja appliance, so in addition to air-frying, it can bake, roast, broil, reheat and dehydrate food.
"Love our new air fryer!" said one happy Target shopper. "The dual system works great so the food in both baskets are done at the same time, even when they have different cook times. The food is so much more crisp than in an oven. We’re so excited to try all kinds of recipes with this!"
Make a big batch of your famous Buffalo chicken dip in one of these baking dishes, and if you happen to have any leftovers, you can store it in there, too. The set includes 1.5-quart and 2.5-quart glass baking dishes, both with matching blue lids. They're lightweight compared with ceramic bakeware, but they're safe to use in the oven up to 550 degrees, as well as in the microwave, freezer and dishwasher.
There's not a lot this multi-cooker can't do. First of all, it's a slow cooker, but you can also use it to sear, sauté, steam, braise, bake, sous vide, proof and keep food warm. The interior 8.5-quart cooking pot is removable and oven safe up to 500 degrees, which also makes it easy to clean. For added ease, it comes with a slotted spoon that rests on top.
"I love this!" wrote one pleased buyer. "I bought this as a replacement for my old malfunctioning Crock-Pot. I am in love! Now I can brown meat and veggies prior to slow cooking. First thing I made was a turkey pot pie, it was so easy and came out perfect!"
Upgrade your cookware for game day and beyond with this 12-piece nonstick set from T-fal. It includes 7.5-inch and 10-inch frying pans, 2-quart and 1-quart sauce pans with lids, a 5-quart stock pot and accessories. Like all of T-fal's cookware, these pots and pans feature the brand's unique heat indicator that turns solid red when they're properly heated and ready for your culinary adventures.
If you're one of the few people without an Instant Pot, it's never too late to jump on the bandwagon. Skip the slow cooker this season and get an Instant Pot that really does it all: slow cook, pressure cook, sauté, sous vide and more. You can cook an entire 4-pound pork shoulder in about an hour and make it tender enough for tasty pulled pork sandwiches. Of course, if you already have an Instant Pot, you know this — but at this price, it may not be a bad time to upgrade.
If you're a big sparkling water or soda drinker, don't sleep on SodaStream. With the touch of a button, you can turn regular tap water into bubbly water — mix in one of the brand's soda mixes and you can even make your own Pepsi, ginger ale and more. It's perfect for a party, because you don't need to have a big cooler or a ton of room in the fridge to store drinks. Plus, you can use it to make sparkling cocktails. You don't have to plug it in or use any batteries — the included CO2 tank does the job.
Lock up leftovers in these BPA-free Rubbermaid containers. When you're ready to heat them up, these can go straight in the microwave, and when you're finished, put the containers in the dishwasher. (They're also freezer-friendly if you're looking for long-term storage.) The airtight lids are the major draw here, though. They'll help prevent leaks and spills no matter where you store them.
Nearly 1,500 Target shoppers rave about these containers and give them a five-star review. "I’ve had many storage containers over the years, but the Rubbermaid Brilliance are my favorite!" shared one. "The three sizes are great and they stack and store perfectly. My favorite part is the no leak snap and seal. Great purchase."
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