11 Ocean-Themed Kitchen Tools That Are Perfect for Shark Week

Make the most of at-home viewing for Shark Week 2020.

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July 24, 2020
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Finally! Shark Week 2020 is almost here. If you've been on the lookout for something (read: anything) fun to do at home this summer, we suggest purchasing some themed food items and kitchen tools to make the most of a family watch night. Below, we've rounded up shark molds, fish pops, serving trays and more to turn every night of Shark Week into a family event. (Your kiddos might even get off TikTok long enough to snap a pic of your handiwork!) We've even got recipes, so your menu can be themed, as well. Don't forget to tune in to Discovery Channel starting Sunday, August 9 for the most epic Shark Week yet.

Bring a taste of the whole ocean to your Shark Week goodies with all the creatures you might spot under sea while you're glued to your TV. These Zoku fish pop molds come in whale, octopus, clownfish, and of course, shark.

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Shark Week wouldn't exists without the brave scuba divers willing to get in the water to swim with and film these scary creatures. Show your love with this sweet scuba diver tea infuser. When you remove your tea, set it in the tiny dinghy to avoid stains.

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Follow dinner with a themed dessert. Pour a hot mug of decaf coffee, hot cocoa or even some warm milk and complete it with your favorite cookie.

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As you tune in to Shark Week, you'll learn that there are many different kinds of sharks — and these cookie cutters reflect that. Stamp out cookies in the shape of two different sharks or just a fin for a varied cookie plate.

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Forget pigs in a blanket. This Shark Week it's all about sharks in a blanket. Use pancake batter, mini franks and the Mobi Shark Silicone Baking Mold to effortlessly make and bake these treats!

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Add some themed ice to your drinks with this shark fin ice cube tray. The fins sit on top of ice disks so they'll float on the top of whatever's in your glass, making it look like a shark in the water.

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Ditch your boring wine keys this Shark Week. This pretty and functional hammerhead opener comes in copper, brass or nickel. It's so lovely we think you'll keep it around long after shark season has passed.

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If you've become an amatuer bartender while spending time at home, you're going to need some over-the-top cups to serve your Shark Week-themed drinks. We think this shark cup fits the bill. Offer up a Shark Attack Punch for adults — and a non-alcoholic version for the kids.

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Attack your hot pans and protect your hands with an adorable shark oven mitt. We suggest using these to take our slice-and-bake shark cookies out of the oven before making final touches.

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$19.25 for 72

These cupcake toppers are super-simple way to dress up homemade (or even store bought) cupcakes for Shark Week. Whip up some blue icing, and your ocean scene will be complete.

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Give a subtle nod to a man overboard on your desserts with these life preserver fondant cupcake toppers. A pack of six will be enough for cupcakes for the whole family.

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