My favorite non-toxic kitchen utensils and small gadgets I use in the kitchen. Avoid toxins and chemicals leaching out into your food by using safer, toxic free kitchen utensils and small gadgets made of silicone and bamboo.

If you’re new here and new to toxic free living, start with this post: Why I Made My Home Toxic Free + How I Did It! In that post I share everything you need to know about going toxic free, the resources I learned from, how I budgeted and slowly made the toxic free swaps, and a round up of all my toxic free posts linking to my favorite products (including this one!).

1. Organic Bamboo Utensils

These are a great substitution for plastic nylon kitchen utensils! Great in a cast iron skillet because you can get a good scrape.

2. Silicone Spatulas

I like using these with my Greenpans. The silicone is soft and bendable, so gentle on the ceramic coating. Silicone is heat resistant and non-toxic!

3. Silicone Tongs

I use these constantly. Great for picking up meat, stirring vegetables, on the BBQ. The head is silicone so completely non-toxic.

4. Soup Ladle

Stainless steel is always safe!

5. Knife Set

My favorite knives

6. Glass Measuring Cups

I used to use plastic measuring cups, which are not safe when heated. Glass is much safer and the best non-toxic option.

7. Metal Measuring Cups

I like using these when measuring out my dry ingredients for baking. Stainless steel is always safe. Bonus, there is a magnet on the end so all the cups can stack inside and stay together!

8. Metal Measuring Spoons

These also have a magnet to help them all stick together and get organized!

9. Meat Thermometer

Never worry about your meat being undercooked and raw, or overcooked and dry. I love my meat thermometer! And it’s so cheap!

10. Organic Bamboo Cutting BoardI used to use plastic cutting boards. I hate to think of the amount of small shards of plastic I’ve ingested that got chipped off the cutting board. This organic bamboo cutting board is a much safer option. And better for the environment!

11. Microplane Zester

The easiest way to grate garlic, zest of citrus fruit, etc.

12. Box Grater

13. Stainless Steel Whisk14. Stainless Steel Colander

15. Pint Mason Jars

I use my mason jars CONSTANTLY! I store all of my homemade condiments in them, bone broth, salad dressings. They’re great to store leftovers too!

16. Quart Mason Jars

These bigger quart mason jars are great for bone broth and soups, as well as storing bulk nuts and shredded coconut, etc.

17. 4-Ounce Mason Jars

I store all of my spices in these smaller jars. I also use them for homemade baby food!

18. Half Pint Mason Jars

This is the perfect size to hold my homemade date paste and cashew cream.

19. Salad Bowl

20. Pastry Brush

21. Stainless Steel Strainer

22. Glass Snapware 4 cup Tupperware

Hands down the very best tupperware! The glass is freezer safe, oven safe, microwave safe, dishwasher safe. I love it for meal prep and leftovers.

23. Meat Mallet

24. Can Opener

25. Vegetable Peeler

26. Rolling Pin

27. Salad Spinner

28. Metal Skewers

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