Oven-Safe Glass Ramekins (Set of 6)
In a glass of their own.
Feather-light, flame-proof, thermal shock–resistant: These ramekins may sound like something you’d find in a chemistry lab (they’re made from 100% borosilicate glass, after all). But really, they’re the trustiest little bowls ever to hit your kitchen. They’re built to withstand temps from -40°F to 660°F, so they’ll travel from the freezer to the oven in a snap. Plus, they’re clear as crystal—even after lots of trips through the dishwasher—so they’ll shine on the table, too. With two handy sizes to pick from, these wonders are ready to tackle crème brûlée, baked oatmeal, single-serving casseroles...oh, and the everyday things you use bowls for, too.
Photography by Bobbi Lin, Ty Mecham
Details & Materials -
Small is 2.5" in diameter x 1.5"H; holds 3.5 ounces
Large is 3.25" in diameter x 1.5"H; holds 6 ounces
Care & Notes
These glasses are 100% borosilicate glass, which is microwave, oven, flame and freezer proof, and dishwasher safe. The non-porous glass retains clarity and does not leach flavors or smells.
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