This set of measuring cups is as cute as it is useful. The colors are bright and cheery. I bought them over six years ago and I am always happy to have them here in the kitchen.
The cups nest inside each other when not in use. I keep them on top of my baker's bureau. I appreciate that they take up less space nested inside each other.
Each bowl is a different color and is marked with both volume (cup) and weight (ounce) measurements. The set includes cups for 1/4, 1/2, 1 cup, and 1 1/2 cups. Each cup features a small spout to make pouring ingredients a bit easier. The largest cup is designed to look like a batter bowl complete with a handle.
Whether you use this set of measuring cups for baking or just to add a bright dose of color to your kitchen, I think that you'll enjoy them just as much as I do.
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