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Creative Co-Op Bakeware

Ramona King

Creative Co-Op Bakeware


The best (and newest) products under $50 in the Southern Kitchen Shoppe

Southern Kitchen's Shoppe is filled with new products that will help you get over those winter blues and fill your home with warmth and the colors of spring.

Out with the old and in with the new. We love to bake, cook, and decorate with new products, and the best part about these new additions to the Shoppe is that they’re all under $50. You won’t break the bank by adding these items and plenty of Southern charm to your home and kitchen.

Mud Pie Collection
Everyday moments deserve to be celebrated, and Mud Pie does just that with products for entertainers, home decorators, and all people who enjoy the finer moments in life. Mud Pie’s goal is to create charming gifts for all of life’s sparkling moments. The delightful products in their kitchen collection will turn heads and earn you many compliments as you use them in your home.
See the entire Mud Pie Collection
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Hoffmaster Woodworks Wine Glass Hangers 
We’ve all been there — juggling a bottle of wine and glasses, hoping neither break before you make it to the table. Luckily, this beautifully handcrafted Hoffmaster Woodworks wine glass hanger will help you balance your two favorite wine glasses directly on the bottle.  

Using pinewood and plywood from the South and elsewhere, Kristi and Matt Hoffmaster (Matt's a South Carolina native, FYI) incorporate Southern flair into their works to achieve remarkably unique results. Along with the wine glass hangers, the married couple creates specialty wood-worked items for your home, such as folding wine tables, beer caddies, laser-engraved wooden coasters, and a balancing wine bottle holder. 
Photo credit: Ranji McMillian

Creative Co-Op Collection
Spring is all about color: colorful flowers, colorful produce and our favorite part — colorful kitchenware. We’re head over heels for pot holders, oven mitts and aprons covered in a delightful lemon pattern. Creative Co-Op’s bakeware and kitchen accessories are bursting with colorful patterns that will brighten up your kitchen and help you celebrate the new season.
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Sovaro Collection
Inspired by state-of-the-art technology and international fashion, Sovaro drinkware embodies sleek, elegant aesthetics and thoughtful, intuitive design. Wherever life takes you, the thoughtful and durable designs of the drinkware will take your drink along and keep you sipping in style. These unique products combine a lot of what we love and what makes the South special: drinking and being outdoors.

One of our favorite products in the Sovaro line is the 25-ounce Beverage Bottle which keeps your beverage cold during a workout or an outdoor event. Sovaro designed the 25-ounce bottle to hold a full bottle of wine… and we love that about them. 
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Ballarini 3-Piece Bakeware Set
Baking is a breeze with these durable, nonstick cake pans. Made from durable, pre-coated steel, these three cake pans from nonstick cookware expert Ballarini are a cute and practical addition to your bakeware collection.

Bake a batch of brownies for a picnic, a heart-shaped cake for your sweetie, or a classic round cake for a birthday party. No matter what you choose, your baked goods will always come out looking great in these cake pans. 
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BootHill Blades Pie Server & Spootula
We love eating pie in the South. The easiest way to get pie on your plate is with this new wooden pie server from BootHill Blades. Their spootula is a fun invention — a combination of a spoon and a spatula that's perfect for scraping and stirring when you’re in the kitchen. While we prefer using this tool to serve pie, you can also use it when serving savory Southern dishes like, Southern Kitchen’s breakfast casserole. 

Made from native Tennessee wood, the products from BootHill Blades will add warmth to your entertaining endeavors. The husband and wife team of Kylie and Jared Thatcher are dedicated to creating kitchenware that is both functional and beautiful. While Jared mostly handles the knifemaking aspect of the company, Kylie has taken over all things wooden.

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Staub Ceramic Mixing Bowls
Great for tossing a salad, mixing up a cake batter, or even whipping up a party-sized onion dip, these versatile bowls belong in your kitchen. Available in a colorful assortment of glass porcelain finishes, these mixing bowls will add a pop of color to your baking routine. The best part: their highly scratch-resistant porcelain finish means they’ll stay looking as good as new for many years to come. 
See the entire Staub collection here
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Mason Cash 
Cooks and bakers have been using U.K.-based Mason Cash pottery since the early 1800s. Founded by “Bossy” Mason, a colorful master potter, the company was acquired by Tom Cash in 1901. He renamed the brand Mason Cash & Co., and introduced its iconic stoneware designs. Centuries later, Mason Cash’s pottery still stands the test of time. 
Photo credit: Ranji McMillan

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Rachel Taylor is a staff writer at Southern Kitchen. She moved to Atlanta earlier this year after graduating college in Maryland, and has been a digital audience specialist at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and Politically Georgia, as well as a freelance writer for publications such as USA Today and the Delmarva Daily Times on Maryland's Eastern Shore. She has lived in France and Italy, and loves to travel.