Biodegradable Tilted Nested Mixing Bowls
We’ll break it down for you.
There’s nothing like a lightweight, stackable set of ready-for-action mixing bowls when baking’s on the agenda. But Bamboozle takes things a step further by offering all this with an eye to sustainability, too. Made from bamboo fiber and PLA bio-plastic (which only requires a fifth of of greenhouse emissions) they're built to tilt easily so you can whisk with abandon. And that super-wide pour spout will keep drips at bay. The grand finale? When discarded (after a long and happy muffin-making life, of course) they’ll decompose after 2 years. Happy baking, happy earth.
* Made of bamboo fiber and PLA bio-plastic
* Once thrown away will compost into the earth within 2 years (unlike 450 years for other plastic!)
* Tilting base for stable standing and mixing
* Ergonomic handle for one-handed mixing control
* Stackable for easy storage
* Embossed measurements
* Wide spout for easy pouring
* Microwave and dishwasher safe
Photography by Ty Mecham & Mark Weinberg
Details & Materials -
Bamboo fiber and a PLA bio-plastic. All raw materials are grown and harvested from the earth, rather than extracted from it. Creating PLA only emits a fifth of greenhouse gasses that traditional plastics do.
Each set includes:
Small Bowl: 7.50” D (8.90” with handle & spout) x 4.90” H; 60 oz. capacity
Medium Bowl: 8.30” D (10.00” with handle & spout) x 5.50” H; 100 oz. capacity
Large Bowl: 9.10” D (11.00” with handle & spout) x 5.90” H; 120 oz. capacity
Care & Notes
Dishwasher safe, food safe, and microwave safe. Once thrown away, will compost into the earth within 2 years.
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