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Best Casserole Bakeware Sets

Updated November 2018
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    Casserole bakeware sets are a staple in the family home. They include three to five casserole dishes of various sizes and some sets include lids while others don't. Glass, porcelain, and stoneware are the most common materials used to make these sets. All three materials are slow to conduct heat, which is exactly what you need to bake casseroles. Glass is the most cost-effective option but, because you can see the food, it doesn’t always look as attractive as porcelain or stoneware. Porcelain and stoneware come in different finishes and colors so they can be used to complement a table setting. Pick a set with the sizes you need and a look that will enhance your next dinner.

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    • Melissa
      Melissa
      Senior Editor

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