We all want to bring home a little something star-studded for our everyday meals
. Now it's easier than ever as celebrities are designing their own cookware lines for budget-friendly stores including Target and Walmart. If you want to cook like Chrissy Teigen
, it doesn’t hurt to have the same gear, right? Scroll on to see 10 collections we're swooning over.
Ayesha Curry ($14-$200)
: Host of Ayesha’s Homemade
on the Food Network, Ayesha Curry has extended her culinary reach into cookware. You can pick up her pots-and-pans sets from JCPenney or directly from her website. We love the bright turquoise color of this hearty 12-Piece Cookware Set ($120).
The Pioneer Woman Collection ($3-$300)
: Despite all the branding that conjures up images of covered wagons and hard, dusty journeys, Ree Drummond's line is vibrant and floral. She pulls from vintage inspirations and will make any new chef feel like they're embarking on an adventure. This 20-Piece Gadget Set ($60) will help you pioneer your own cooking frontiers.
Cravings by Chrissy Teigen ($4-$140)
cookbook author Chrissy Teigen's new dining and cookware line with Target has us craving new additions to our current setup. Just like Teigen, the Cravings line is full of quirky and fun takes on classic kitchen staples like brightly colored pots and pans, wooden spoons with metallic accents, and this Baking Dish ($20) with intricate designs along the side.
Rosanna Pansino's Bakeware Collection ($6-$38)
: The YouTube host of Nerdy Nummiess has collaborated with Wilton and Walmart to develop a bakeware line for true "geeks" only. You can make eight-bit hearts and gems IRL with her Candy Melt Molds ($19), or pick up her Candy Melting Pot and Molds ($38) for creating shareable magic.
Chip and Joanna Gaines Hearth & Hand ($4-$35)
: Joanna Gaines has brought her rustic-chic taste to homes across the country with her Hearth & Hand collection (exclusive to Target). We're all about the cutting boards, tumblers, and dessert dishes. This Burger Press ($8) congratulates you with a "well done" for each patty— even if you prefer things on the rare side.
Giada De Laurentiis' Cook's Tools ($10-$130)
: Giada De Laurentiis has spent a decade bringing her favorite tastes of Italy to fans through books and Food Network shows. Now you can make ravioli in your own kitchen just like the cook thanks to her collection of pasta-making tools at Williams-Sonoma. The rustic wooden handles of these Ravioli Stamps ($35) have her signature on the end, inspiring a little Italian-American flair in your cooking.
Rachael Ray's Cook's Essentials ($15-$250)
: Rachael Ray is a culinary powerhouse most famous for her EVOO evangelizing on her Everyday With Rachael Ray
show. Her non-stick stovetop collection is adorable, sturdy, and available in a variety of different colors for the discerning beginning cook. But it’s her seven-piece Cast Iron Set ($109) that steals the show.
Kimberly Schlapman’s Love and Daisies ($20-$80)
: The blonde bombshell from country act Little Big Town has a whimsical cookware line called Love and Daisies, which includes this Floral Baking Set ($70).
Martha Stewart Collection ($10-$67)
: This one’s an obvious choice, but when you’re doing a celeb cookware roundup you have to nod to the OG. Stewart’s line, available at Macy’s, is as varied as her career. We're particularly fond of the Table Spiralizer ($50).
No Kid Hungry Spatulas ($14)
: Alright, so this one’s not a single celebrity, but a bunch of different stars came together and designed adorable spatulas for Williams Sonoma in partnership with No Kid Hungry. Thirty percent of retail profits from these spatulas goes to No Kid Hungry. Check out Kevin Bacon’s design #2, Gwen Stefani’s #10, or ScarJo at #12.
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