We've found the pastel mixing bowls from The Great British Baking Show on sale

Grab these iconic bowls while you can!

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The Great British Baking Show has inspired millions around the world to try their hand at baking, even if not all of us are naturals. As we've sat back and watched, the contestants have got creative with signature bakes and replicated classic pastries in tricky technical challenges.

If following this year's final, you've caught the baking bug, you can snap up the classic Mason Cash mixing bowls from the show in the Black Friday home deals.

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The Great British Baking Show culminated in a tense finale as the last remaining bakers competed in the famous tent to be crowned the winner. Good news for anyone mourning the show, a holiday special will be hitting our screens next month.

Fancy kit does not the good baker make, but having the right gear certainly makes spending time in the kitchen more fun. The mixing bowls used on the hit baking show are by Mason Cash, a British company that has been producing ceramic bowls since the 1800s.

They're a real classic, much like the KitchenAid, also available in Black Friday deals.

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Mason Cash mixing bowl deals

Mason Cash Color Mix Earthenware Mixing Bowl | was $35, now $31.69 at Wayfair

Mason Cash Color Mix Earthenware Mixing Bowl | was $35, now $31.69 at Wayfair

Bring some Great British Baking Show magic to your kitchen with this pastel pink mixing bowl. It has a diameter of 9.45" and is made of chip-resistant ceramic.

The design of the Mason Cash mixing bowl has barely changed in over 100 years, featuring a distinctive patterned exterior to provide extra grip. The form of the bowl also counteracts the tendency to move the bowl while mixing manually.

As a classic piece of kitchenware with history, the Mason Cash bowl will look fab up on some open kitchen shelving. And it'll make the process of trying out new bakes a whole lot easier. 

Will you go for the classic cane color, cream, pastel pink, or turquoise?

Millie joined Real Homes in early 2021 as a homes news writer. When she isn't writing about trends, makeovers and houseplant care, she spends her free time making tweaks to her rented flat in North London. Her next project is a very basic armchair reupholstering job to help create a cosy reading nook in her living room. She loves browsing antique centres, tending to her small front garden, and is never without some fresh flowers at home.