I looooooove to cook, but I don’t always have a lot of time to do it!nLittle Noah is well and truly on the move now, so I’m spending the majority of my days chasing after him and rescuing him from random precarious positions that he’s got himself into…. So spending as little time as possible in the kitchen is important to me. And there are some things in the kitchen that have been an absolute lifesaver, so I wanted to share them with you, too! #1. Slow cooker. Throw your meat, veggies and seasonings in to the slow cooker at the start of the day and your dinner will be ready and waiting for you that evening. Plus, you can throw in inexpensive cuts of meat and they will come out deliciously tender, saving you money! #2. Sharp knives. It might sound like a no-brainer, but have you paid much attention to how sharp your knives are lately? Having a sharp set of knives saves so much time chopping up veggies, so make sure you check yours out today next time you’re cooking.n#3. Nutri Bullet. Make delicious smoothies in 30 seconds with a Nutri Bullet! Not only do they take no time at all to whizz up your fave smoothie, they’re easy to clean, too. Plus, they add air into your smoothies, increasing the satiety effect, which leaves you feeling fuller for longer. #4. Non-stick fry pan. I use a non-stick fry pan for pretty much all of our cooking. I love it because you don’t have to use oil in your cooking, and it’s a breeze to clean. I just wipe it out at the end of each use. #5. Coffee machine. #obviouslynSome of our amazing clients bought Luke a coffee machine for his 30th birthday a few years ago, and it’s been amazing! An absolute godsend for the days where the kids need a nice quiet day at home, but mummy needs a coffee!nSo they’re my top 5. Do you have any you can add to the list?