The Trudeau Melamine Mixing Bowls is a handy set of 3 mixing bowls which includes a red 3-quart, blue 2-quart, and green 1-1/2 quart bowl. They are really bright and cheery, and made of a durable melamine and come with non-slip bottoms, so they stay put on slippery counters. They also feature built-in spouts and handles which mean easy pouring, and the set is top-rack dishwasher safe but they are not microwave safe.
The Fresh Traveler by Arian Brekveld allows you to keep your cereal separate from your liquids like milk or yogurt. We love the design, and also think this would work great for coffee and a little snack in the bottom - some chocolate kibble?
We've been using a small set of these in green, but this set of 4 prep bowls in 1/4-cup, 1/3-cup, 1/2-cup, and 1-cup sizes comes in many colors. The prep bowls are made from stain-resistant, non-abrasive Silicone which we know cleans up easily, and the flexible design allows for funneling ingredients into small jars and containers. You can also use these in the freezer and microwave so prepping ahead is possible along with cooling down hot liquids or mixes.
We remember colored classic Pyrex dishes from our youth, and these rimmed bowls have tops of the same colors. These bowls can be stacked inside each other, and they make storing food easy. Pyrex glass is non-porous, so it won't absorb food odors, food flavors or food stains. And Pyrex glass is safe in the oven, microwave, refrigerator, freezer, and dishwasher.
Winner of the 2008 red dot award for International Design Excellence, this salad spinner really just works. It features a fast-action pump dry technology, and the bowl doubles as serving piece. We love the lid lock feature, and also how easy it is to store in the fridge and in your cabinets.
In the lettuce goes.
Lock it in place.
And if your our 4 year old daughter, you have fresh spinning clean salad as a result.
Silicone has invaded the classic mixing bowl. The benefit of the silicone is that the rim forms a spout, which is helpful if you are pouring into a narrow space like a stand mixer or a food processor. It has a rigid bottom for stability while mixing. It is available in red, white, and wasabi.
This bowl looks porcelain, but it is actually made out of flexible rubber, so you can bend the bowl into any shape you want. It can supposedly be formed into any shape imaginable. Some examples are a cone shaped deep bowl, a bowl with a collar, a bowl with an inner cone, a low bowl with various compartment, or a zigzagged plate.
These look like some sturdy mixing bowls. These set of three bowls has rubber non-slip bottoms that allow the bowl to sit firmly on the counter. The bowls also have a wide, angled spout. Each set includes one 1.5 quart bowl, one 3 quart bowl, and one 5 quart bowl.