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Feb 8, 2007 10:39 AM

Looking for bowls you could bake with

I need like 4-6 bowls that would be pliable for oven use, anyone know where I could finde some. Not big just enough for an individual person

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  1. What do you plan on baking? That would help us figure out what to recommend.

    Off the top of my head, stainless steel bowls should be okay to go in the oven for baking and you can find them in a large range of sizes. I've seen small silicon bowls meant for "mise en place" prep but those would work for an individual serving of... something. They're also flexible, if you're really looking for a pliable bowl.

    If I ever need to bake something like individual cakes, I usually just use ceramic ramekins. They are perfect for cakes, muffins, souffles, creme brulee, quiche, tarts, etc.

    Do you need a bowl because of the round bottom?

    1. Corning Ware has a few lines of reasonably priced oven-to-tableware. Their newer lines are adorable; some are very sleek, and they're available in great colours.

      1. I think Williams Sonoma has larger ramakins that should fit the bill.


          how manys ounces is 0.6 quart?

          and im going to be making chicken pot pies

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          1. re: Dio di Romanese

            A quart is 32 ounces. 0.6/quart is 19.2 ounces. A bit big, perhaps, for individual chicken pot pies.