Rated 5 out of 5Â by Dawn from Wooly Woods Farm Versatile product!
Such a wonderful product for everything from mixing ingredients and storing foods likes soups, to chilling in the freezer to quickly cool down freshly collected milk or to separate fats from broths, etc. Solid construction. Wish they stacked a little so I could stack two to three inside one another, as I keep nine of these at a time! That's how versatile they are! I would never even consider microwaving with the lids on, so not sure how that would work, but I don't microwave plastic anyway ... if you are going to microwave, I would recommend putting a dinner plate on the top if you are worried about splatter.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Juanita Great Deal!
Great Anniversary Deal! I was able to get 2 & give the other to my daughter for her kitchen!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by hortlefmom A must have for every kitchen
Over the course of the past 3 years I have purchased over 20 of these. I have 2 for my kitchen and the rest have been gifts. I prefer this design- I do not like the new design that is more angled. The lid is microwaveable and also top-rack dishwasher safe. The bowl is great for everything. You can make tea in the microwave in it- or mix up cakes in it. We use this item every day- I am thinking about getting another one because sometimes I have both of them in the fridge holding left-overs and need another one to be available. Everyone I have given this to as a gift has raved over it- and then later told me that they don't know how they ever lived without it! A must have!
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Dr. JSH Bigger than you might think.
I knew the volume this measuring cup could contain, but while I was assembling my ingredients to bake a dessert I realized I could use the measuring cup as my mixing bowl. Because of the measuring cup's handle and spout, pouring the batter into the baking dish was easy. The measuring cup had plenty of room for the entire recipe, plus space for my electric mixer to do its work without splattering batter everywhere. You can even use the lines on the measuring cup when adding recipe ingredients (no need for another measuring cup), and you'll end up with two, three, etc., fewer dishes to wash when finished.