The working mom is in overdrive these days. She serves as host of the third season of Lifetime's "Project Runway All Stars", airing Thursdays; starred as a cheating wife in the soapy summer series "Mistresses"; recently went viral with her Funny or Die "sex tape" to help explain the history of Syria's civil war to the world; and serves as a UNICEF ambassador. But that doesn't mean she doesn't have time to cook…a lot. Check out what the actress can't live without in her self-described "country eclectic" kitchen.Ninja Blender. Milo loves the puréed soups and protein shakes that I make him with it.
Garlic. Practically everything I cook has garlic in it.
Olive oil. I cook with it and use it in my hair and on my skin as a deep moisturizing treatment.
Brita water filter. I use the Brita pitcher in the fridge so I always have filtered water for Milo.
Basil. I make fresh pesto at least once a week.
Le Creuset cookware. Everything just tastes better when you cook with this cookware.
Keurig one shot coffee maker. What did we ever do without it?
Child safety latches. I have them everywhere in the kitchen!
Dark chocolate M&M's. Delicious! Dark Chocolate M&M's were my go-to snack on the "Project Runway All Stars" set.
Organic fruit. It's not only good for you but if you put it in a bowl on the kitchen table, it's a beautiful centerpiece arrangement.
Eggs. I have four chickens! Their eggs are so yummy.
Dustbuster. Great for quick cleanups.
iPad. It's loaded with learning games for Milo and recipes for me.
Sonos Speaker System. I can control the music in the kitchen right from my iPhone.
My kitchen whiteboard. It has a list of emergency contacts.
Tupperware. It allows me to cook in bulk and store in the fridge for the rest of the week.
Inglesina countertop chair. Not only do we have it in the kitchen where Milo eats his meals, but we also have one in the car that we take everywhere with us. It's portable and functional. We even travel with it.
Alyssa Milano rose to fame as a child on the hit sitcom "Who's the Boss?" and has continued to act throughout her adulthood, spending nine years on the WB series “Charmed," and starring in multiple films including “Hall Pass" and “Fear.” She will host the upcoming season of "Project Runway All Stars," which premieres Thursday, October 24 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Lifetime. An avid sports fan, Milano has authored a book titled "Confessions of a Baseball Fanatic" and has a sports-inspired clothing and jewelry line called Touch. She's served as a UNICEF ambassador for the last decade. Milano resides in Los Angeles with her husband and son.