Collection: Dessert Bowls

26 products
  • Anchor Hocking Monaco Footed Trifle Bowl with Stand, Crystal, Set of 1
  • DOWAN 10 Ounce Small Bowl, Porcelain Dip Bowls, Portion Control, Sturdy and Stackable, Microwave Dishwasher Safe, Bowls for Side Dish, Ice Cream, Dessert, Rice, 4.5 Inch, Set of 8, White
  • Godinger Ice Cream Dessert All Purpose Serving Bowls - Dublin , Set of 4
  • Glass Bowls Set for Kitchen Prep, Glass Bowls for Dessert, Snack, Cereal, Fruit, Nuts or Dip Bowls, Large 9.5 ounce Capacity, Set of 6, Premium Quality Clear Glass
  • Pyrex 6-Ounce Custard Cups, Set of 4
  • Farielyn-X 8 Pack Small Ceramic Bowls - Porcelain, Soup, Salad, Pasta, Rice, Dessert, Yoghurt, Condiments, Side Dishes, Dip, Ice Cream Ceramic Bowls, 4.75 Inch Diameter, 10 Fluid Ounce (1.25 Cup) Capa
  • Corelle Winter Frost White Dessert Bowls 10 Oz (Pack of 6)
  • DOWAN Porcelain Small Bowls, 10 Fluid Ounces Vibrant Colors Dessert Bowls, Cute Snack Bowls for Ice Cream, Miso Soup, Side Dishes, Condiment, Microwave & Dishwasher Safe, Set of 6
  • KMwares 6PCs Set 6oz Small Cute Footed Tulip Clear Glass Dessert Bowls/Cups - Perfect for Dessert, Sundae, Ice Cream, Fruit, Salad, Snack, Cocktail, Condiment, Trifle and Birthday Party
  • Libbey Small Glass Bowls with Lids, 6.25 ounce, Set of 8, Clear, 3.45-inch -
  • Sweese 101.401 Porcelain Bowls - 10 Ounce for Ice Cream Dessert, Small Side Dishes - Set of 4, White
  • Delling Geometric 8 Oz Porcelain Ramekins/Dessert Bowls,Durable Creme Brulee Dishes Ramekin for Baking, Dessert, Ice Cream, Snack, Souffle - Ramekins Oven Safe -White Ceramic Small Bowl Set of 6
  • Sweese 101.001 Porcelain Bowls - 10 Ounce for Ice Cream Dessert, Small Side Dishes - Set of 6, White
  • Porcelain Cereal Bowl Salad Bowl Soup Bowl Rice Bowl Dessert Baking Cup, 5.35 inch, 6pc Set, White
  • Teocera Porcelain Cereal Bowl, Soup Bowls Set, Deep Bowls, 20 Ounce for Cereal, Soup, Oatmeal, Microwave Safe - Set of 6, White
  • KOOV 24 Ounce Soup Bowl Set, Porcelain Cereal Bowls Microwave And Dishwasher Safe, Kitchen Bowls For Oatmeal Breakfast, Chip, Rice, Ceramic Bowls Set of 4 (Blue Series)
  • DeeCoo Porcelain Bowls Set (18-Ounce, 6-Piece) - Bowls for Cereal, Soup, Salad, Pasta, Fruit, Ice Cream Bowls Service - Microwave and Dishwasher Safe, Assorted Designs
  • Sweese 106.401 Porcelain Fluted Bowls - 26 Ounce for Cereal, Soup and Fruit - Set of 4, White
  • Just Crunch Anti-Soggy Cereal Bowl - Keeps Cereal Fresh & Crunchy | BPA Free | Microwave Safe | Ice Cream & Topping, Yogurt & Berries, Fries & Ketchup and More – White
  • Kanwone Porcelain Bowl Set - 34 Ounce for Cereal, Salad and Soup - Set of 4, Navy, Microwave and Dishwasher Safe Bowls
  • Youngever 50 ounce Plastic Bowls, Large Cereal Bowls, Large Soup Bowls, Microwave Safe, Dishwasher Safe, Set of 9 in 9 Assorted Colors
  • Youngever 32 Ounce Plastic Bowls, Large Cereal Bowls, Large Soup Bowls, Microwave Safe, Dishwasher Safe, Set of 9 in 9 Assorted Colors
  • ZONESUM 23 Ounce Soup Bowls Cereal Bowls, Ramen Bowls Pho Bowls, Porcelain Bowls for Kitchen, Japanese Soup Bowls for Cereal Soup Rice Noodles Salad Oatmeal, Oven & Microwave Safe, Set of 4, Black
  • Annovero Cereal Bowls – Set of 6 Porcelain Bowls for Soup, Salad, Rice, or Pasta, 6.25 Inch Diameter, 23 Fluid Ounce (2.75 Cup) Capacity

Dessert Bowls - How to Make Them Stand Out From the Rest

Dessert Bowls

For dessert lovers, they'll say that there is no substitute for dessert bowls. The thought of having to pick up and move an elaborate dessert bowl from one end of the table to another makes them jump with joy. However, it's just one piece of cake when you compare it to the many pieces of cake you see outside in restaurants. If you're someone who appreciates dessert as much as I do, then you'll know how difficult it can be to try and fit a dessert bowl into a relatively small space, especially if you are entertaining guests.


I've been watching the TV programme Top Chef for quite some time, and it has inspired me to make some dessert recipes of my own. After watching Gordon Ramsey's famous No-No dessert, I decided that there was no way I could ever make a dessert like dessert bowls. This was because there are so many different ingredients involved. They all need to work together, and you also need to have an idea about the dimensions, shapes and depths of the bowl you are going to use.


If you are buying dessert bowls, you'll want to measure the size carefully, as they can vary considerably. If you are making a small dessert bowl, such as a square one, you'll need to use fewer ingredients. Similarly, if you are making a dessert bowl which is quite tall, such as a round one, you will need more ingredients and so make fewer layers. It's important that you remember that the bowls you buy will need to stand up to being knocked over.


Another factor that needs to be taken into consideration is aesthetics. Dessert bowls should look great, but this doesn't mean that you have to go for a bright colour. Although this would work, it would be wise not to go overboard. Personally, I prefer dainty shades of pink and white. I don't really think they look too festive or delicious. But if you want a coloured bowl, then I suppose it is up to you.


Once you have decided on your ingredients, you'll need to think about how you're going to arrange them in the bowl. There are two ways you can go about this. Firstly, you can pour the batter into the bowl and gently turn the bowl over so that the ingredients are on the inside. This is probably the most time-consuming method, but it makes your finished dessert look absolutely stunning. Secondly, you can place the ingredients on top of one another. You can create a layered effect, or simply scatter them onto the bowl.


The shape of the bowl can also vary. A rectangular bowl is the most common, although there are some out there that are circular. Try to get as creative as possible. Think about what shape would best match your intended display. Something as simple as a square might not work well, but if you have some artistic talent, then you could try designing a bowl around a basic heart shape or something along those lines.


For decorations you can go for anything, really. I personally like to place an iced tea bag in the center of the bowl. This adds a nice touch, and it's very simple to do! Just pop it in the freezer, and you'll have yourself a lovely iced tea drink when you need it!


As you can see, dessert bowls don't have to be boring. If you spend some time thinking carefully about what you put into them, you can create stunning results that will have everyone raving. So spend some time thinking about how your bowls will look when you've completed them. You'll be surprised at the difference it can make.