Bread Basket with Warming Stone: Keep It Warm & fresh

Take your at-home dining experience to the next level with terracotta bread warmers. If your meal includes some sort of bread, keep your loaves and buns toasty and warm during the entire meal with bread warmers. It would be even better if you are inviting guests for casual meal gatherings or having a housewarming party. It is a nice touch on the table when you have your friends come by. Serving warm bread to your guests as if it just came out of the oven, now made so much easier.

Keep Bread Warm For Serving

Many bread warmers include terracottas as warming stones because of their characteristics. Terracotta rapidly absorbs and stores the heat, and it slowly and gradually releases the heat. This is the trick for keeping your bread, buns, rolls, biscuits, and tortillas warm throughout your meal. To heat terracotta stones, you can put them in the oven, microwave, on a barbecue grill, or even in a toaster in some cases.

Our bread warmers and baskets come in many different shapes and sizes. You can choose an attractive size or decorative design that best suits your needs. The hand-woven baskets are made from natural plant materials to stand the heat and the weight of terracotta stones and are great tableware to keep hot buns, biscuits or tortillas warm. The artisan-made bread basket can also be used as a woven tray as countertop storage for leftover bread or serveware.

Cloth To Keep You And Your Bread Warmers Safe

Use a matching liner cloth to grab a hot stone out of your oven, to put over the stone to protect it from oil or food stains, and to cover your bread to keep your loaves and bun soft and warm throughout the meal.

Bread warmer can be a beloved gift for bread lovers. Not only are they decorative on the table, but bread warmers will also make your bread look more delicious. Our bread warmer collections are uniquely designed and can even be customized!

How To Heat a Bread Warming Stone?

  • Put terracotta stone in a preheated oven at 350°F for 5-10 minutes or microwave set to high for 2-4 minutes.
  • When the stone gets hot enough, take it out and put it in the bread basket.
  • Use a liner cloth or a mitten when handling a hot bread warmer stone to stay away from any burns or injuries.
  • Cover the terracotta stone with a liner cloth to protect from oil staining.
  • Place bread in the basket, cover it with a lid or a liner cloth and serve.
  • Normally terracotta stones will stay warm for about 40 minutes.