Fancy kitchen equipment is already well but even if you’ve got a cavernous cooking area, you’re not going to be able to display everything all the time, and if space is at a premium, stackable cookware really is where it’s at! With that in mind, we present our five favourite currently-available mixing bowl trios.
Loft 3 Mixing Bowls – £15, M&S
We start M&S’s three-piece set of mixing bowls, which are made from plastic and are in beautiful complementary shades of grey, peach and beige. Each bowl is dishwasher-safe (on the top shelf!) and is made from a robust plastic that will stand up to all sorts of mixing and whisking! The bowls have a spout on one side and a lip on the other, and will assist you as you undertake all kinds of culinary adventures.
Three-Piece Bowl Set – £24.99, Wayfair Basics
As you might expect from the name, the Wayfair Basics range prides itself on providing ‘does what it says on the tin’-type implements and this set of three stackable bowls do not disappoint. Made from a high-quality stainless steel, each bowl has a black, anti-skid silicone base so you can stir away without worrying you’re going to slide across your work surface! They range in size from interior diameters of 24cm to 28cm.
Three-piece Mixing Bowl Set in Cream – £69.99 (was £79.99), KitchenAid
You’ll know them mainly from their legendary, rather expensive food mixers, but KitchenAid have been expanding their range to include other appliances as well as this three-piece mixing bowl set. The outer ‘bowl’ is more accurately described as a jug, but its handle is helpful all the same. Made from high-quality ceramic, they are also available with black or red around the edge, as well as in this cream version.
The perfect accessory for any budding chef, this set of 3 mixing bowls from KitchenAid is ideal for whipping up everything from single serving sides to family-filling cakes.
Set of Three Plastic Mixing Bowls – £14, Spectrum
These large stackable plastic bowls from Spectrum will add a bit of bright colour to your kitchen – the purple, red and turquoise (or yellow, if you prefer) bowls are really capacious and each has a rubber ring appended to the bottom to prevent slippage. The dishwasher-safe bowls also have easy-grip handles to one side, and a pouring spout at the other, to ensure that your work surfaces remain under control.
Croft Collection Copper Mixing Bowls, Set of 3 – £30, John Lewis
Copper is such popular material in home design at the moment – even the kitchen hasn’t escaped its notice! – and so the warm finish of these three mixing bowls from the John Lewis Croft Collection is certain to go down a storm. The stylish stainless steel bowls are designed to last and perfect for everything from beating an egg or two to running up an army-sized batch of fairy cakes.