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The 10 Best Mixing bowls


1. Sebastian Conran

£50, johnlewis.com

This trio of ceramic bowls from Sebastian Conran have easy-pour lips and are lovely for when you need to do hardcore mixing.

2. Mason Cash

£23.99, lakeland.co.uk

Chances are your granny has a Mason Cash mixing bowl. Now, the firm has brought out a set of more modern and colourful bowls.

3. Mason Cash Pouring Bowl

£12, johnlewis.com

They may not be fancy, nor light, but earthenware mixing bowls are what anyone serious about cooking wants in their cupboards.

4. Jamie At Home

£32, jamieathome.com

Style-wise, this offers a great fusion of traditional and modern. Better still, there's a wooden spoon and recipe thrown in.

5. Joseph Joseph

£37, josephjoseph.com

This is so much more than a few mixing bowls; hiding in this nest there are also measuring cups, a sieve, and a strainer.

6. Salter

£44.99, salterhousewares.com

Save time and space with these Mix 'n' Measure Baking Electronic Scales, which allow you to measure and mix simultaneously.

7. OXO Good Grips

£13, amazon.co.uk

The 2.8-litre white bowl has a large capacity and the non-slip bottom means the bowl stays still while you're mixing or whipping.

8. Le Creuset

£22, lecreuset.co.uk

Most people know Le Creuset for its casserole dishes, but they also make this mixing bowl-cum-jug, which comes in a range of colours.

9. Pampered Chef

£65, pamperedchef.co.uk

These stylish mixing bowls have silicon bottoms and padded thumb holes as well as metric measure markings inside the bowls and lids.

10. Nigela Lawson

£50, sainsburys.co.uk

These glazed, egg-shaped bowls are great for pouring batters and stirring cake mixes and are pretty enough for the table, too.