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Emile Henry Mixing Bowl Set Review

Emile Henry Mixing Bowl SetEmile Henry Mixing Bowl Set Review
Gifted by: Emile Henry
Reviewed by Arielle Matlin, Editor,


The Emile Henry Mixing Bowl Set includes three beautiful, ceramic mixing bowls. All three of the mixing bowls are oven-safe, microwave-safe, and dishwasher safe. The set comes in five of Emile Henry's classic colors. 


The three sizes included in the set each fit a specific purpose when cooking or baking. The bowls are all fairly narrow, but are deep which makes tasks like whisking easier and less likely to cause a mess. The smallest bowl in the set is 1.7 quarts and I use it constantly. It is a great size for mixing up eggs before scrambling or making a quick dressing recipe. The next size up mixing bowl is 3.3 quarts and perfect for meeting most of your baking needs. The largest bowl is 5.8 quarts and is great for handling large amounts of food. I use it when I double up a batter recipe or make a large salad for the family.


These mixing bowls are wonderful using to prep, but they also make great serving bowls. The eye-catching colors and sleek design make them a beautiful addition to the dinner table. They all stack easily within each other for storage, but I think they look fabulous left out on the counter. The bold colors won't fade thanks to the high-quality ceramic used to make the mixing bowls.

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