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Cravings by Chrissy Teigen 13.25"x9" Embossed Stoneware Bakeware with Handle White
About this item
- The Cravings by Chrissy Teigen 13.2-inch Stoneware Baker is perfect for cooking, baking and serving entrees and desserts
- Features a hand poured glaze in creamy off-white color
- Brings handcrafted style to your bakeware collection
- Made of durable stoneware that is dishwasher, microwave and oven-safe (up to 350° F)
The Cravings™ by Chrissy Teigen 13.2-inch Stoneware Baker makes family-style, oven-to-table dishes easy! This beautifully textured, versatile baking dish is perfect for delicious desserts, tasty entrees and other easy one-pan meals. Convenient built-in handles make this generously-sized baker easy to carry. This large baking dish is a must-have staple for all of your oven-to-table cooking, baking and entertaining.
Features: Rectangle (shape)
Dimensions (Overall): 3.0 inches (H) x 9.0 inches (W) x 13.25 inches (D)
Weight: 5.41 pounds
Baking Cooking Surface: Stoneware
Care and Cleaning: Dishwasher-safe, Microwave Safe, Oven-safe up to 350 degrees
Item Number (DPCI): 070-01-2411
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Most recent reviews
Easy to grasp handles
5 out of 5 stars
Wmkiwi — 14 days ago
This is a great baking dish. For some reason, the fact that the handles are easy to grab was the make-or-break feature for me. The dish is pretty enough that I can take to pot lucks. The only (very minor) issue was that the color was more creamy than white (a little darker than the photo).
4 out of 5 stars
Alexandria — 14 days ago
This pan is beautiful, definitely can set it out on the table and get compliments. This pan feels super delicate though and not very strong. It can be in the oven for temperatures up to 350, which doesn't seem like much though. Does good through the dishwasher too
5 out of 5 stars
Greeneee0 — 18 days ago
I used this for the first time today, Thanksgiving, since getting it. It looked beautiful on the table and I was proud to show it off. It is a pretty heavy dish, definitely something you need both hands to pick up.