10 Tools That Make It Easy to Eat Your Fruits and Veggies

If you're trying to eat more fruits and vegetables, these genius gadgets should be in your kitchen drawer. From an avocado pitter to a pineapple corer, we've rounded up some of our favorite finds on Amazon.

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Watermelon Slicer

A slice of juicy watermelon is a telltale sign that summer is here. But this wobbly oversized fruit is notorious for being hard to slice. Thanks to Interesthing Home, there’s a fix for that: the watermelon slicer. With curved stainless steel blades and an extra-strong scraper, this tool helps lift fruit from the rind in picture-perfect slices. What’s more, the gadget doubles as tongs for any task around the kitchen—much like these other kitchen tools with secret uses.

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Chef'n LooseLeaf Kale, Chard, and Herb Stripper
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Kale, Chard and Herb Stripper

De-leafing your greens doesn’t have to be a chore. With this handheld tool, you can just place the stem into the hole, then pull it through to effortlessly remove the leaves from the stalk. Now you have no excuse not to make one of these good-for-you recipes starring kale.

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Dotala 3 in 1 Avocado Slicer Tool
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3-in-1 Avocado Slicer Tool

This triple-duty tool is the answer to your avocado toast dreams. Not only does it peel the creamy green fruit but it also pits and slices it. And if you need proof that avocados are good for more than just brunch and guacamole, here are delicious dishes made with the trendy fruit.

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OXO Good Grips Asparagus Peeler
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Asparagus Peeler

You love asparagus… but you don’t love when you get stuck with woody stalks that are tough to chew. This peeler is the perfect solution to easily remove the outer skin without wasting any of the vegetable itself. Once you’ve got your veggies ready to go, follow these tips for making the most delicious asparagus ever.

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Strawberry Huller
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StemGem Strawberry Huller

One of the simple pleasures of summer is digging into a dessert made with fresh, juicy strawberries. Avoid the hassle of trying to cut the core out of each berry with a knife (no thank you!) by using this huller instead, which has a claw that easily removes the center and stem of your fruit.

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RSVP International Endurance Onion Goggles
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Onion Goggles

Whoever invented these goggles deserves an award. They’ve solved any chef’s number one pet peeve: crying while cutting onions. This effective eyewear works by blocking the fumes that irritate your eyes so you can slice, dice, chop and mince without any tears.

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Newness Pineapple Corer
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Pineapple Corer

Peel, core, slice… this convenient contraption, with its reinforced blade and non-slip grip handle, does it all. AKA you can have perfect rings of pineapple in seconds. And not only is pineapple a tasty treat but it also has a bunch of health and beauty benefits.

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Chef'n Twist'n Sprout Brussels Sprout Prep Tool
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Brussels Sprout Prep Tool

You’re craving one of these Brussels sprout-filled dishes—but the thought of trimming all those veggies makes you want to cry. No fear! This perfect prepper will do the hard work for you with just a simple twist of the wrist.

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RSVP Deluxe Corn Stripper
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Corn Stripper

Whether you have a little one who refuses to eat corn on the cob or you’re making one of these fresh corn recipes, this tiny tool is a dinnertime game-changer. And the best part is that as you strip the kernels off the cob, they fall directly into the cylinder so you don’t make a mess.

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OXO Good Grips Mango Slicer, Splitter, and Corer
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Mango Slicer, Splitter and Corer

To be honest, we’d eat a lot more mango if it was easier to cut. Now it is, thanks to this three-in-one slicer, splitter and corer. Simply position it over the fruit, press down and voila! While you’re waiting for your gadget to arrive, follow this step-by-step guide to peeling and cutting a mango.

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Amanda Tarlton
Amanda has more than a decade of media experience, specifically in product testing in the cooking and lifestyle space. As a freelancer for Taste of Home, Amanda writes mostly about foodie finds, home and lifestyle goods and cooking and baking utensils that make life easier (and more fun!). Outside of freelancing, Amanda is the executive editor of commerce at Field & Stream.
When she's not working, Amanda is on the lookout for the best pizzas in town or testing out secret menu items at restaurants and coffee shops.