Simple Ceramic Baking Dish
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These ceramic bakers are inspired by the Italian countryside and made in Portugal by artisans, but that’s not the only thing we love. They're so versatile—especially with their sturdy stoneware build—we can’t decide what we’ll whip up first. Maybe we’ll take the savory route and make a green bean casserole or cheesy bread pudding. Or we could go sweet and prep gooey brownies or a streusel-covered snacking cake. On second thought? Since these gems clean up nice and easy in the dishwasher, we’re planning to try the lot.
Choose from a small square baker or set of two rectangular bakers (one small and one medium).
Photography by Ty Mecham & Julia Gartland
Details & Materials +-
Small Square Baker: 9.50" L x 10.50" W x 2.50" H; 75oz (9.37 cup) capacity.
Small Rectangular Baker: 10.75" L x 7.00" W x 2.50" H; 51oz (6.38 cup) capacity.
Medium Rectangular Baker: 13.75" L x 9.50" W x 3.00" H; 116oz (14.50 cup) capacity.
Care & Notes +-
Oven, microwave, freezer, and dishwasher-safe.
Shipping & Returns +-
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