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5 Fab Finds for Your Fall Kitchen: $77 Off Ninja Blender, $50 Off KitchenAid

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Preparing awesome autumn comfort foods requires a larder well-stocked with goodies and a kitchen well-stocked with tools. So before you tackle tasty treats like these Candy Corn Jello Cups, check out our roundup of the week's best kitchen deals. Save $50 on a KitchenAid food processor, get a Ninja blender at $77 off, and score a Cuisinart teakettle for just $10.

  1. KitchenAid Food ProcessorKitchenAid 13-Cup Food Processor with ExactSlice System
    Store: KitchenAid via eBay
    Price: $99.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $50

    Is It Worth It?: It's finally soup and stew season, but who wants to spend all day chopping veggies? Grab the KitchenAid 13-cup food processor to make your prep work more manageable. A $50 savings at $100, this Editors' Choice food processor features the ExactSlice system for adjustable, accurate cuts on soft or hard foods.

  2. Ninja Ultima BlenderNinja Ultima Blender Plus
    Store: BJ's Wholesale Club
    Price: $149.99 for members with $7.66 s&h
    Lowest By: $77
    Expires: December 31

    Is It Worth It?: If you're less concerned with chopping and mincing, and want the smoothest smoothies around, consider grabbing the Ninja Ultima Blender Plus. BJ's Wholesale Club offers its members this premium blender for $150, which is a $77 price low. (Non-members pay $7.50 more.) This 1,500-watt blender comes with a 72-oz. pitcher, three 16-oz. cups with lids, a removable stacked blade assembly, and a cookbook.

  3. TKLodge 10" Cast-Iron Chef's Skillet
    Store: Amazon
    Price: $14.97 with free shipping via Prime EXPIRED
    Lowest By: $7

    Is It Worth It?: Falling temperatures offer the perfect excuse to bust out the comfort foods, like homemade cornbread. To get that authentic flavor everyone craves, you'll need a cast iron skillet like this pre-seasoned 10" chef's skillet from Lodge. Prime members can score this skillet for just $15, which is $7 price low and the least-expensive 10" skillet we've seen. This Editors' Choice skillet is oven-safe, as well as being suitable for campfire cooking and grills.

  4. TKCuisinart Everyday Stainless 2-Quart Teakettle
    Store: aSavings via eBay
    Price: $9.99 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $15

    Is It Worth It?: Hot drinks ahoy! From cocoa to cider to tea, cool days demand warm beverages. You'll be set for the next two seasons (and years to come) with this Cuisinart teakettle. Constructed from attractive and durable stainless steel, this 2-quart Editors' Choice pick gets the job done at a $15 savings.

  5. Lunch BagThermal Waterproof Lunch Bag
    Store: Banana1008a via eBay
    Price: From $1.79 with free shipping
    Lowest By: $2

    Is It Worth It?: The best part about cooking up hearty meals is that many recipes taste even better the next day. Pack your leftovers in style with this insulated lunch bag, available in five colors for around $2 each. (Select your color to see its exact price.) Be sure to allow up to three weeks for delivery!

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Please note that, although prices sometimes fluctuate or expire unexpectedly, all products and deals mentioned in this feature were available at the lowest total price we could find at the time of publication (unless otherwise specified).
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