Best Mixing Bowls in 2020

OXO 1169600 Good Grips 3-piece Mixing Set, White Bowls Brown Handles, Blue/Green/Yellow Review:

I bought this set and the 3-Piece Mixing Bowl Set, Eco-Friendly, Melamine & BPA Free. Food Prep Set - 3 Mixing Bowls, Burgundy Wine 6.5L/Tequila Green 3.76L/Marine Blue 2.10L b. I use them to make Blue Apron, Home Chef, and Plated dinner. For the dinners for 2, every night use, I like the other 3-piece mixing bowl better since they are lighter (pick a bowl up with one finger) than the OXO ones. The blue and green OXO smaller ones are the ones we use the most, and I have not used the beige one. In fact, I am relegating it to my basement storage. The OXO bowels have a smoother more rounded shape at the bottom versus the indented, more deep shape in the other set. Both are easy to clean. For heavier mixing like brownie or cookie batter, I like the OXO ones better since they are heavier, and more solid than the other set and you can crack an on the side of the OXO ones. The rubber bottom and rubber grip is a nice feature on the OXO ones. For sturdier, heavier bowls, these are great. If you are looking for something lighter and very food safe, then the other set is better.

Pyrex Glass Mixing Bowl Set (3-Piece) Review:

If you don't already know, pyrex is amazing stuff. Some of the best glass items ever! I ordered these without the lids. I already own a set with the lids and I like those too. I am using these as just mixing bowls instead of storage bowls. I love to use these to mix anything from cake batter to salads to eggs and everything in between. The three different sizes are great. Sometimes you need a smaller bowl, sometimes you need a bigger one. Your needs are pretty well covered with this set. If you don't have a set with lids, I highly recommend getting the lids. I love my set with the lids. They fit great and you don't have to use plastic wrap or tin foil. Plus the bowls and lids clean up great in the dishwasher. I love to cook and do so daily. So these bowls get used A LOT. The quality is so great that they will last you for many years. The glass is hard to break and never stains and food easily comes right off. I love that it's made in the USA! I would definitely recommend these bowls to anyone. Even if you don't cook all the time. When you do cook these will come in handy!
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Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls (Set of 5), Non Slip Colorful Silicone Bottom Nesting Storage Bowls by Aammaxs-yyi, Polished Mirror Finish For Healthy Meal Mixing and Prepping 1.5-2 - 2.5-3.5 - 7QT Review:

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 I really enjoy these mixing bowls. The gripping feature at the bottom comes in really handy and I love all the different colors.

Klee 6-Piece Premium Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls.75 Qt, 1.5 Qt, 3 Qt, 4 Qt, 5 Qt, 8 Qt Review:

I purchased these bowls to take the place of my plastic set. I've used all of them and they are just what I was looking for. I bake bread weekly for my family and need different sizes for the ingredients. These work great. I've also begun fermenting. I can put the cut-up vegetables in the largest bowl and use my tamper with no problems.
The only problem I see is if someone was looking for a thicker, more sturdy bowl. These are thin, and the largest will "pop" on the bottom if pushed. However, these are just the bowls I was looking for. I would recommend them if you are not looking for thicker bowls.

Pyrex 7201-PC Round 4 Cup Storage Lid for Glass Bowls (1, Bahama Sunset) Review:

I bought these to replace my cracked and broken lids from when I originally purchased my glass Pyrex Bowls about 5 years ago. So far these are holding up great. Some reviews say to not microwave them, but I have been putting them in the microwave every day to help keep the lunch room microwave clean. I do not notice a shortened life span, I mean 5 years with the original set was not terrible. If I can get this long from this set, I will be happy. I usually put mine through the dishwasher, and never seemed to have trouble with that either.

Cuisinart CTG-00-SMB Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls with Lids, Set of 3 Review:

This is a good set of mixing bowls if you're cooking for yourself or you and your partner. Stainless steel means they are light (but not flimsy) and can take a beating. No struggling to get the middle bowl from your stack of glass bowls in the upper cabinet. If you drop one, it won't break, and no need to gingerly set it in the sink. I used my electric hand mixer in these and it did make a bunch of little marks on the inside, but it's only cosmetic. I'm sure they will stand up to such abuse for a long time. The nice tall lip kept the ingredients from splashing out too much (some amount of splash is inevitable when making whipped cream). The big downside is you can't use these in the microwave.

The lids are a nice feature that I've never had with a mixing bowl before. I'm not sure it's any more effective than plastic wrap, but it's still an appreciated touch.

If you cook for more than two people with any kind of regularity, you might want to consider a set that goes to a larger size, but otherwise, this set will serve you well, and at a great price.

Mixing Bowls with Airtight Lids, 6 piece Stainless Steel Metal Bowls by Umite Chef, Measurement Marks & Colorful Non-Slip Bottoms Size 7, 3.5, 2.5, 2.0,1.5, 1QT, Great for Mixing & Serving Review:

These bowls are great. Great selection of sizes to fit whatever I need, the lids work well, and they just work very well. They are easy to clean, the rubber bottoms prevent the bowls from sliding, but also make them easier to hold. They have a good shape, for mixing items or storing them in the refrigerator, or just to stack them together for storing the bowls empty. Being stainless steel, they are not rusting, but also don’t have the issue of plastic, which is harmful chemicals. The lids fit tightly, and don’t come off. They are different in that the lids go inside the bowl, and not on the outside, so you can not fill the bowls to the very top if you want to also use the lids.

Premium Stainless Steel Mixing Bowls (Set of 6) Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl Set - Easy To Clean, Nesting Bowls for Space Saving Storage, Great for Cooking, Baking, Prepping Review:

These are gorgeous! Photo does not do them justice. Not the least bit flimsy, and they sit very steadily. I really like the substantial lip on the rim. These will make perfect gifts too. Came carefully packed, and not a single ding. My only minor quibble, is it would be nice if the quart size was stamped on the bottom of the bowl. Unless it is, and my rapidly fading eyesight just can't catch it. However the size is easy enough to estimate, so it really is not an issue. And no I did NOT get these at ANY sort of discount! Are other people as sick of seeing those sorts of reviews as I am?

mixing bowls - mixing bowl Set of 6 - stainless steel mixing bowls - Polished Mirror kitchen bowls - Set Includes ¾, 2, 3.5, 5, 6, 8 Quart - Ideal For Cooking & Serving - Easy to clean - Great gift Review:

Bear with me-this is going to be something of an unusual review.

I play percussion in a local amateur/community concert band (classical music), and this season we are playing a piece called “Foundry” by John Mackey.

The part I was assigned calls for four metal bowls, and this set fits the bill perfectly. As this set of bowls comes with six pieces, I was able to mix and match the bowls to find the pitches I liked best. I beat these with an extremely hard plastic/acrylic xylophone mallet and they withstand the strikes with no noticeable marks, dents, or damage-I very well might be able to “repurpose” these for their intended use after we finish playing this piece.

If any percussionists out there end up playing this part for this piece, this bowl set is highly recommended-good value for the money spent.

Vollrath (47932) 1-1/2 qt Stainless Steel Mixing Bowl Review:

These are very nice, they're not "THIN" like all the low star reviewers are mentioning. Either that OR their standard of THIN is quite high. They are certainly thin enough that they are LIGHTWEIGHT but NOT so thin that I bet the reviewers who mentioned how thin they are can't even bend the bowl even if they tried.

I'm no bodybuilder but I can bench 250lb so my chest strength is stronger than most (compared to people who don't work out). I can't bend this bowl unless I get creative like putting this bowl on the floor and put my full body weight on it. THEN maybe? I could bend it. But who's going to but 180lb of body weight strength on this thing from normal use? Most likely nobody.

The shallow/low height of these mixing bowls are intentional so your arm doesn't have to be at an awkward angle compared to a DEEP mixing bowl. That's a different style mixing bowl, this Volrath mixing bowl is meant for all size individuals where as DEEP mixing bowls, shorter people have a tough time with it.