These $7 Stackable Pasta Bowls Are the Best Purchase I’ve Made All Year—Here’s Why

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As a pasta lover, I'm pretty picky about the dinnerware I serve it in. A vessel can make or break a dining experience nearly as much as the type of pasta you choose for a dish, which is why I wouldn't be caught dead eating Italian cuisine off an ordinary plate or bowl. Instead, I prefer a wide and shallow dish because it elevates the presentation and enhances the enjoyment of a meal. And I finally found one worth boasting about for only $7 at Target.

I love them so much, I can’t stop buying Threshold’s Tilley Dinner Bowls. My roommate and I use them for pretty much every meal, and once you get your hands on one, it’ll be easy to understand why. Measuring 9.12 inches around, the bowl can hold up to 44 ounces of food, which is more than enough for a generous serving of your favorite pasta dish or a healthy mix of protein and greens. I can confirm that curling pappardelle against the wide, shallow lip is not only satisfying, but it’s also helpful for easily picking up food. In fact, when I injured my hand last year, these bowls made the task of eating less difficult. 

Threshold 44-Ounce Stoneware Tilley Dinner Bowls

Target Threshold 44oz Stoneware Tilley Dinner Bowls


Made of stoneware, the bowl is durable and looks way more expensive than $7. My mom mistook my collection for a much pricier set she’d seen and couldn’t believe they were from Target. I have 10 in both bronze and navy, and the speckled design looks even better in person. And since I use the bowls so frequently, I appreciate that they’re dishwasher- and microwave-safe. 

Hundreds of Target shoppers have also fallen in love with Threshold’s heavy-duty, elegant, and versatile bowls. Many use them for stews, salads, and steaks, and they're “amazing for presentation,” according to one reviewer. Another said the shallow bowl is better than a plate or a deep bowl because the wide design helps you see your entire meal, plus food won't slide off. The stoneware bowl is so sturdy that a few customers even use it as a food or water bowl for their pets. 

If you’re looking for a stylish, everyday blate, consider stocking your kitchen cabinets with Threshold’s Tilley Bowls. One customer agreed with me that the bowl is the “best $7 [they] ever spent,” adding that it “just makes [them] happy.” 

Threshold Stoneware Tilley Dinner Bowls

Target Threshold 44oz Stoneware Tilley Dinner Bowls


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