This Award-Winning Cookware Company Now Sells the Cutest Baking Dishes

Christopher Michel
·2-min read
Photo credit: Courtesy Made In
Photo credit: Courtesy Made In


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If you've done any shopping for cookware in the last few years, chances are you've heard of Made In. The Austin-based company revolutionized cookware by skipping brick and mortar stores, and selling beautiful, durable stainless steel and nonstick pans online that rival All-Clad for quality, at a fraction of the price.

They quickly began racking up accolades (including from the Good Housekeeping Institute) for both the quality and the design of their cookware, and found a very devoted following among budget-conscious cooks tired of piecemeal sets of pots and pans, who wanted cookware that looked as good as it worked.

They certainly haven't sat on their laurels, however! Made In quickly expanded, with high-quality but affordable knives, plateware, cooking tools, and even a line of French-made copper-bottom pans.

But their latest line may be our favorite: It's a set of beautifully classic, impressively sturdy French-made porcelain bakeware.

Photo credit: Courtesy Made In
Photo credit: Courtesy Made In

We love the instantly classic look of the glazed white porcelain with just a brief pinstripe of either red or blue around the rim. It's clearly made to look as gorgeous next to the Le Creuset or the vintage Pyrex you've got, as it will next to any of Made In's other high-quality cookware. And we just know our favorite casseroles and baked goods are going to look (and taste) their best, whether we're packing up something for a church potluck, hosting a dinner part for a few friends, or serving up a big Thanksgiving feast for the family.

The set comes with a 2.6 quart oval dish that would be ideal for a gratin, a 2.4 quart square dish that looks just right for blondies or other sweets, and a larger 5.3 quart rectangular dish that would be great for anything from roasting veggies and making baked potatoes to making baked mac and cheese for a crowd.

We had a chance to get our hands on one of these, and we have to say that the quality is impressive. They're beautifully made, with an even, clear glaze, and a good balance between sturdy and easy to lift.

Right now you can get the complete set for about $190, or individual dishes for between $70 and $80, at Made In's website.

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