As Taylor Swift says, “I’m just going to bake, bake, bake, bake, bake” — or something like that.
Nonetheless, we’re here to talk about all things baking. So if you want to know more about the best casseroles and bakeware currently available on Amazon, you’ve come to the right place.
To ensure we’re giving you the best baking information possible, we decided to reach out to TikTok backstar and Should Look Like This creator Dana Hasson.
Here, Hasson shares what makes a bakeware great, what you shouldn’t be without, and more.
After some fun FAQs, we’ll dive straight into our top baked goods picks. But if you’d rather jump straight to the products, just click here.
While you’re at it, also check out our top cookware sets, dinnerware sets, kitchen gadgets and online cooking classes.
What should you look for in good bakeware?
Before you order any bakeware, you need to decipher what separates good bakeware from mediocre offerings.
Hasson suggests staying away from thin materials as they are most likely to warp under extreme temperatures. Instead, you should look for baking pans that are sturdy, durable, and practical.
Why should you invest in good bakeware?
Chances are, well-made bakeware won’t come cheap. It’s often worth the price, however, as poorly made baking pans can actually be harmful to your body.
“When you’re baking, you’re dealing with a lot of heat,” explains Hassan. “If the product you are using is not of high quality, it could be toxic.”
This is especially true for silicone materials, as silicone baking products should always be BPA-free for health reasons.
Best Casseroles and Baking Dishes:
1. Vitrified Stoneware KitchenAid Square Baker, $25
Mates with: The stoneware line, prices vary
It only makes sense that the popular KitchenAid stand mixer would lead to the equally great bakeware. We’re particularly obsessed with the square two-quart baker. It comes in a gorgeous pistachio color that goes perfectly with the rest of the collection.
2. Le Creuset Heritage Casserole Stoneware Dish, $120
To say we’re obsessed with this rectangular stoneware bowl is an understatement. Why do you ask? Because it holds temperatures, blocks moisture absorption, resists scratches and stains, is almost non-stick and can be stored in the freezer, microwave, oven and more.
3. LIFVER Ramekins Creme Brulee Set, $18, original price: $20
These six bowl heart-shaped bowls are ideal for small portions and delicious baked goods.
4. CorningWare Pyroceram Classic Glass Covered Casserole Dish, $50
There’s nothing more classic than a French white casserole dish. This features a glass lid, holds two crystals and is microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher safe.
5. Pyrex Easy Grab Glass Casserole Dish with Lid and Handles, $13, original price: $20
A handy favorite is this easy-to-grasp dish. With large handles, a glass lid, and non-porous glass, you’ll be reaching for this dish all the time.
6. BFU Ceramic Casserole Set, $49
We can’t get enough of the hand-painted floral design. But even better, this pan set can withstand up to 500°F.
7. The Pioneer Woman Flea Market Pie Plate and Bakeware, $36
Say hello to savory dishes and delicious desserts with the help of these two kitchen must-haves. You’ll be saying “oooh” and “ahhh” in no time.
8. Rectangular Casserole Dish Set from Staub, $50
Made in France, this set includes two shells: one measuring 7.5″ x 6″ and the other measuring 10.5″ x 7.5″. Bake your favorite sweets, savory foods and more.
9. DOWAN Creme Brulee Ramekins, $18
Have you ever seen anything cuter? We’d switch to these ice blue ramekins while you still can. Their large opening also makes them easy to clean, which makes everything better.
10. M Mcirco 8-Piece Deep Glass Baking Pan Set, $40
Bake and store your creations with this eight-piece dinnerware set. With four different sizes, you always have the essentials at hand.
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