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Hailey Bieber started off her brand-new YouTube series, “What’s in My kitchen?,” wanting to clear the air. “Yes, we actually are in my real kitchen, in my real house; this is not a set,” she says as her cameraperson pans to the nearby living room to prove it. In the inaugural episode, the model, entrepreneur, and self-proclaimed foodie reveals two of her go-to breakfast recipes (one for days when she’s running out the door; another for when she’s got time to spare). Over the course of the almost-11-minute-long video, we got a good look at her modern black and marble kitchen—and all the chef-approved cookware and chic tools she keeps on hand. Read on for five items we spotted in her space. 

Her Chef-Approved Pan


8″ Pan, HexClad ($90)

Bieber whips up her chocolate protein pancakes using a HexClad pan, a brand beloved by veteran cooks like Jon Shook and Vinny Dotolo of celeb-favorite Italian spot Jon & Vinny’s in Los Angeles (Cameron Diaz is also a proud owner of the tool). The appeal? This product is nonstick without using Teflon and it can go from the stovetop straight into the oven. 

Her Minimalist Kettle

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Fellow Stagg Matte Black Stovetop Pour-Over Tea Kettle, Crate & Barrel ($95)

It’s clear from looking at Bieber’s countertops that she has an obsession with small appliances, especially in the beverage category. Her gooseneck kettle by Fellow Stagg promises a precise pour that flows at a steady pace and features a built-in thermometer that highlights the optimal brewing temperature range. 

Her Sleek Air Fryer

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Instant Vortex 6 qt 4-in-1 Air Fryer Oven, Target ($119)

We’re guessing Bieber’s initial idea to go with all-black countertop appliances was to match her cabinets, but the monochromatic scheme also helps things from looking overly cluttered—an important factor when you’ve got a 4-in-1 air fryer out on display at all times. Her Instant Vortex can also be used to broil, roast, and reheat, and it uses up to 60 percent less energy than traditional electric ovens. 

Her Sturdy Cutting Board

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Maple Cutting Board, John Boos (from $133)

Bieber effortlessly slices the banana topping for her pancakes on this thick maple cutting board that’s got finger grips on the sides, allowing you to turn it around and pick it up on the fly. 

Her Glass Coffee Mugs

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Double-Wall Glass Coffee Mugs, Williams Sonoma (from $17)

Bieber’s version of an on-the-go breakfast comes in a cup. After mixing together a shot of espresso and a creamy chocolate fudge protein shake in a mason jar, she pours the mix over ice in one of these super-insulated mugs. Staying caffeinated is a top priority for this star.