The back-up oven
£44.99 (was £59.99): this handy non-stick halogen oven can cook at temperatures up to 245C, giving you the space to roast your veg perfectly while the turkey takes over the main oven. It can also be used to grill, bake, boil and defrost.
The hand blender
£69.99 (was £79.99): the triblade system and turbo functions of Kenwood’s powerful 800W hand blender make it twice as efficient at chopping and blending ingredients. It comes with separate blending, mashing, whisking and chopping attachments.
The hand mixer
£19.99: if you’re low on space, keep the food processor in the cupboard and use a hand mixer. Three speed settings and a pulse function mean this compact Kenwood mixer can easily handle whisking, folding and mixing.
The food processor
£124.99 (was £139.99): this is the smart gadget that keeps on giving. The KitchenAid 2.1L food processor comes with an adjustable ExactSlice disc so you can precisely chop, mix and slice. Comes with large and small work bowls. Also available in cream and black.
The mini food processor
£39.99 (was £59.99): the Cuisinart mini processor is small (450ml liquid capacity), but perfectly formed for small, city kitchens. Designed to keep in reach at all times, you can chop herbs and vegetables; blend pastes and sauces; and grind spices and coffee beans.
The bonus boiling rings
£29.99 (was £39.99): there is never enough space on the hob when you're at the business end of a roast dinner. This double boiling ring gives you some extra space for the all-important gravy.
Keep them coming back for more
£29.99 (was £59.99): the stainless steel Gourmet Buffet server has three separate compartments, so you can vary the temperature to keep different dishes perfectly warm for up to three hours.
£11.99 (was £14.99): carve and present your Christmas turkey like a professional with this chrome electric knife. Two self-sharpening stainless steel blades are included.