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Baking is not that serious, so why does your bakeware have to look it? Caraway, the internet-favorite, online-only cookware brand, is finally launching bakeware in five pretty colors so your tools can look as beautiful as your treats.
Caraway’s bakeware collection drops on its website on Tuesday, Sept. 21. It’s available as an 11-piece set or a five-piece set, and both come with a handy storage system to help keep your kitchen clutter-free.
The complete set includes large and medium-sized baking sheets, a cooling rack, a rectangle pan, a muffin tin, a square pan, two circle pans and a loaf pan.
The half set includes just the two baking sheets, the muffin tin and the rectangle pan. It’s perfect for the occasional baker or someone who uses their oven more for roasting meals than making cakes.
Nonetheless, all of the bakeware comes in a new Slate color, as well as Caraway’s signature colors, including Perracotta, Cream, Sage and Navy. You can’t go wrong choosing any of them! Get the bakeware to match your pots and pans, or mix it up and choose a contrasting color.
Of course, you can buy cookware in a store. But, if you have yet to check out Caraway, the internet-favorite, online-only cookware brand — you need to. Caraway produces high-quality, non-toxic ceramic cookware that’s easy to clean and easy to store away neatly. Plus, it’s not bad to look at.
Over the past year, Caraway’s new launches (like a pastel line and an exclusive color with Crate & Barrel) sold out within a week. The team also shared that its revenue increased by 546% from 2020, and its hero line of cookware became the highest-reviewed on the internet.
It’s clear that Caraway is doing something right with its cookware. There’s no reason why its bakeware won’t be just as good.
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