Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl with Silicone Bottom & Lid for Baking & Cooking

If you're shopping for a new set of mixing bowls because you love to bake, then you should consider buying stainless steel mixing bowls with silicone bottom and top lid.


MIX WITH ONE HAND


Silicone bottom? You've probably seen conventional mixing bowls that do not have silicone lining their bottoms.  But know this: 1-hand mixing.

stainless steel mixing bowl with silicone bottom

Yup, having a silicone bottom keeps the mixing bowl from spinning when you're trying to mix with 1-hand. And there will be times when you need to do so.


The reason for 1-hand mixing could be as simple as holding your phone with the other hand. But the point is, why go through the inconvenience if you don't need to.


LONGER LASTING


Additionally, stainless steel bowls do not shatter or chip when you drop them or bang them too hard on your counter. So they're more durable in that sense.


And do not, for once, ever think that you won't drop your mixing bowls in the future. Such accidents happen to everyone.


USE LIDS WHEN STORING


Now, I recommend Priority Chef's stainless steel mixing bowls because they have silicone lids. This is a no brainer.

stainless steel mixing bowl with silicone lids

At times, you're gonna use your mixing bowl as storage for all kinds of reasons, i.e. meal prep, leftovers, salads, etc. With the bowls having their own lids, you don't need to use plastic wrap or aluminum foil. It's really that easy.


CONS


As you know, for every pros, there are cons. Stainless steel mixing bowls cannot be used for heating food or melting butter / chocolate, unlike glass or pyrex.


You can't heat them over direct stove, especially if it has silicone bottom. And you can't use them in a microwave.


But then again, you have sauce pans if you need heat things like soup and pour them into the stainless steel mixing bowl. It's not that big of a deal to use other utensils or glassware for heating or melting.


WHERE TO BUY STAINLESS STEEL MIXING BOWLS WITH SILICONE BOTTOM AND LID


Priority Chef mixing bowls are readily available through Amazon or other online retailers. In my area, they're hard to find in local stores. But you can see them below.

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