Pyrex Is Selling Deep Baking Dishes for the Casserole of Your Dreams

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These Pyrex dishes are deeper than ever before!

The classic 13×9 Pyrex is one of the most versatile baking dishes in the kitchen. You can make layered dips, all kinds of casseroles and enough mac and cheese to feed the whole family. For years, though, you only had about two inches of depth to work with—but not anymore!

The company launched a new line of bakeware with an extra inch of depth, appropriately named Pyrex Deep.

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This extra inch of space makes the traditional container 50 percent deeper—their largest dishes ever! The new baking dishes come in three sizes. You can get your traditional 13×9 dish for $18, opt for the square 8×8 for $14 or go with the 11×7 for $16. Pyrex Deep can be found at typical retailers across the country (but if you’re busy, you can order the whole set from Amazon right this minute for $40).

Like the typical Pyrex dishes, these containers come with fitted lids so that you can easily move them from the oven to the fridge without any spilling or spoiling. With so much extra space, you don’t have to worry about whether or not you’re bringing enough food to the dinner table.

What will you do with an extra inch of space in your Pyrex? Will you add a few more layers to your chip dip, another sprinkle of cheese to your pasta bake or another coat of frosting on your cake?

It’s all up to you, but with so much space in the pan, you’ll definitely want to double that recipe!

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