Made In’s “Gorgeous, Elegant, and Timeless-Looking” Bakeware Is Now Available In Two New Glazes

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It’s no secret that we’re big fans of Made In’s thoughtfully designed kitchen products. We’ve loved their knives, fry pans, tabletop essentials, and most recently, they impressed tools editor Riddley with their new bakeware collection. After putting the pieces to the test in her kitchen, Riddley was happy to report that “gorgeous, elegant, and timeless-looking,” bakeware also performed beautifully. So naturally, we were thrilled when we found out that the direct-to-consumer brand just added two gorgeous new colors to their bakeware collection: Say hello to Slate Blue and Olive Green!

We can all agree that pretty bakeware is useless if it isn’t functional. But with Made In you get both! The new color options are hand-crafted in France and made of high-fired enameled clay that results in durable pieces that are also thermal-shock resistant. Translation: Pop them in the freezer, fridge, microwave, or even oven (up to 482 degrees Fahrenheit), without worrying about anything cracking on you. The dishes are also ideal for quickly reheating casseroles or gratins directly from the fridge without having to bring them to room temperature first. And once you’re done, pop them in the dishwasher or handwash with ease since the enameled surface is naturally non-stick.

As for what’s included in the new glazes? There’s a 10 x 6.6-inch oval gratin dish that classes up a tater tot hotdish and calls out for seasonal fruit clafoutis. An 8 x 8-inch square that’s ideal for a half-batch of Reddit-approved brownies. And of course, the classic rectangular 9 × 13-inch dish that’s well-suited for everything from a breakfast strata to an easy one-pan ziti for dinner. All the dishes have sturdy and sizeable handles on the sides, so grab the bulkiest oven mitt you’ve got and it’s still not a problem.

While you can buy the pieces individually, given their versatility and stunning appearance, you might want to splurge for the three-piece set which gives you the best value for your money! Not only do you end up saving an additional $28 on the set, but they will pretty much solve all your baking needs while looking gorgeous no matter the season. (I mean, can you just picture that autumnal apple crisp or that Christmas tablescape with these colors?) But just in case you need one more thing to convince you, remember that Riddley did refer to Made In bakeware as a “worthy investment.” So, whether it’s one dish or all three, with these elegant new colors, can you really say no?