This 3-in-1 slicer set makes cutting up produce so much easier

Ellie Conley

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Even if you enjoy cooking for yourself, arguably, one of the most tedious parts of any recipe is chopping up the produce. Whether you’re simply cutting up an apple, making a fruit salad or want your vegetables to cook more evenly (bigger pieces will take longer to cook than smaller pieces), the right slicer can make it easier.

The BergHOFF Leo 4-piece Stainless Steel All-in-One Slicer Set includes a sturdy handle with three sharp interchangeable blades to quickly and safely slice fruits and vegetables into perfectly-sized bits. According to the product description, “it allows you to core, slice, and dice apples, mangos, potatoes, and much more with one simple press.”

Shop: BergHOFF Leo 4 Pc 7″ Stainless Steel All-in-One Slicer Set, $29.99 (Orig. $50)


Credit: Target

Speaking from personal experience, when you have the option to cook for yourself or order takeout, plenty of us choose the latter based on convenience. But this slicer takes out the extra 10-15 minutes you’d spend cutting up ingredients for any recipe, so hey, maybe it will encourage you to eat a little healthier and spend a little less on Uber Eats (that’s my personal hope, anyways).

Credit: Target

Right now, you can get the tool for 40 percent off at Target, making it only $29.99. It’s a great deal, considering you’re getting three cutting tools in one and one sharp knife can run the same price or much higher. So, shop the slicer above while it’s on sale and make life in the kitchen so much easier.

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