Ah, Cheetos. The greatest development mankind has ever come up with. When aliens visit us, and they aim their proton-eviscerators at us, it is only Cheetos that will save our civilization. But, the little guys can be messy. Thanks to the Finger Covers by Shengo, you can now enjoy your favorite chips and snacks without the unpleasant feeling of dust and flavoring on your fingers.
For just ten dollars you can get a pack of fifteen silicone finger protectors. Keep your fingers clean and fresh for working on your computer or doing anything else, and run these protectors under the faucet to clean them off once you’re done.
Electric Meat Slicer by Fotile ($130)
Most people, when they need some freshly-sliced meat, head to the neighborhood butcher or the deli counter at the supermarket. But what if you want it sliced in just the right way, and want to do it in the comfort of your own home? Try out the Electric Meat Slicer.
The price tag is nothing to sneeze at, but it has plenty of five-star reviews on Amazon from people raving about its ease of use and functionality. If you're running a catering company, or you have a use for some freshly-sliced meat in your own home, this item is sure to come in handy.
EZ Cracker by PJT ($15)
Once you hit adulthood, cracking an egg should be something you can do. But, there are plenty out there who still have trouble for one good reason or another. However, now the EZ Cracked from PJT means it has never been easier. The device is designed to crack the egg down the middle and drop the contents into your mixing bowl.
It's designed to do that, but reviews of the device on Amazon haven't been kind with reports of egg bits getting caught in the yolk and whites. One reviewer said the product “toyed with my emotions.” It seems even fifteen dollars is too much to shell out for this item.
A Stable Ladle ($32.90)
Leaving a ladle in the pot can cause it to fall over and into whatever soup you're making. It’s a mess. But this clever soup ladle stands upright and ready for the next scoop or serving. Plus, it’s cute.
The Loch Ness design makes the stable ladle as practical as it is adorable with little legs to hold it steady.
Muffin Top Baking Cups by Fred and Friends ($10)
Muffin tops will happen to anyone who is packing on the extra pounds and hasn't yet found a new pair of pants to get the right fit. They're also the best part of muffins, and now these unique baking cups by Fred and Friends combine the meanings for something that's sure to get a laugh.
While they aren't the cheapest muffin cups on the market, presenting them to guests with their favorite muffin (or cupcake) flavor is sure to be a hit. As long as your guest knows you aren't saying anything about them as a person.