The 10 Best Cereal Bowl Sets
This wiki has been updated 16 times since it was first published in October of 2016. If breakfast really is the most important meal of the day for you, at least eat yours in style using one of these cereal bowl sets. They are available in a wide range of colors and designs to complement any kitchen, and also come in unbreakable options that are perfect for young children (or those who are a little bleary in the mornings). When users buy our independently chosen editorial recommendations, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.
July 16, 2019:
Breakfast can be a very busy time, but it should still be a cheerful one, which is why we rounded up cereal bowl sets that will brighten your morning, and ideally prevent accidents when diners are doing last minute homework at the table or checking emails. For a splash of color, the Royal Doulton 1815, the Sweese Fluted, and the Certified International Chelsea are all great choices. Plus, they're each made from porcelain for a touch of elegance, but remain sturdy enough to hold up to frequent use.
If you like a generous serving of breakfast food, the Corelle Livingware Winter, with its 28-ounce capacity per bowl, has you covered. It also boasts eight pieces in total, so you can feed a small army before they head off to battle algebra. Sometimes, however, you may purposefully want to keep servings small, which is when the Uno Casa Portion Control comes in handy. Each bowl holds just 12 ounces, but it doesn't have any unsightly markings, so you can discreetly cut calories.
As for households with children who may treat their bowls like frisbees, there is the Coza Design Unbreakable and the Nordic Ware 008654. They're made of plastic and won't shatter when dropped, so even if there is maple syrup and toast all over the ground after a food fight, at least your dishware will be intact.
Pillivuyt Conran Collection This set comes from famous French porcelain manufacturer Pillivuyt, which has been a respected maker of high-end culinary dishware since the early 1800s. While admittedly pricey for just four bowls, this is a classic set that you'll never tire of, and will clearly distinguish your kitchen as a cut above the rest. With perfectly round bases and wide lips, the pieces are just what you want for those servings of muesli and bran. Williams-Sonoma.com
Portmeirion Botanic Garden Made from fine earthenware and featuring stunning floral motifs, this set is sophisticated enough to be a wedding gift — and priced high enough, too. It's made in England, and has a chip-resistant glaze to protect the gorgeous material. Buyers should note that each of the six motifs will be different, and cannot be specified, but that adds a nice element of surprise to the purchase. Portmeirion.com