The differences between most mixing bowls and the Silicone Mixing Bowl starts with the material the bowl is made from--but goes much further than that. The silicone used is sturdy enough for the bowl to keep its shape, yet so flexible that you can use the bowl to pour ingredients into a stand mixer without making a mess. To make things that much easier, the outside of the bowl is textured so that you can keep a secure grip; the inside is smooth and has capacity marks so that you can tell at a glance how much you've poured. The Silicone Mixing Bowl has a two-quart capacity, with a flexible rim that forms a pouring spout when the sides of the bowl are squeezed together.
The Silicone Mixing Bowl displays equal adaptability when it comes to temperatures. The bowl can take the cold of a freezer just as well as heat up to 490 degrees Fahrenheit. It's oven-, microwave-, freezer-, and dishwasher-safe. You could easily use it as a mold or even mix and bake a cake in it. The dimensions of the bowl are 8.25 inches long by 8 inches wide by 5.5 inches high. The Silicone Mixing Bowl costs $17.95.