Rated 3.5 out of 5 by 4
Rated 2 out of 5 by Ladyfish95 Poor Durability
I bough this set a couple of years ago. I used them on average of about once a month. Both dishes have gotten hairline cracks that become very visible when wet. I don't want contaminated food so they both went in the garbage. Very disappointed with the durability of these items that were listed as microwave, oven and dishwasher safe. I expected much more from the Rachael Ray brand.
Rated 5 out of 5 by TrishInCali Several years and still going strong
I was really worried after reading other reviews that the handles would break on these and so I held off for a very long time on writing a review. It's been three or four years now and these are still my go-to pieces, especially when I'm cooking for friends or family and I want to make the dishes more attractive on the table. I love the sizes, the shape, the colors, and the handles, as well as the fact that they go so beautifully from oven to table. I bought both the red and the orange and I like to mix and match. I've used them for years for side dishes and then a couple of days ago I decided to try baking a cake and it worked perfectly. I made a box cake for my dad's birthday (he loves a spice cake) and the larger dish held the entire batch of batter. I was a little afraid that it would spill over as it cooked but it baked perfectly. It was so beautiful and the portability was a huge plus for taking to my parents' house, this dish is way lighter than any 9X13 glass baking dish even when it's empty, plus it's got actual, usable handles, not just the little tabs or the shallow lip that feels sort of precarious on a 9X13 dish due to its weight.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Robin Love Rachel Ray serving dishes!!
Very well made and attractive. Rachel Ray serving dishes add splashes of vibrant colors to our table. I highly recommend them!!
Rated 2 out of 5 by Kelli in MN Oval Baker set
Large dish broke right in half while baking fish in the 300 degree oven. Manufacture DID NOT stand behind their product. Truly disappointing... I expected much more out of something with Rachel Ray's name on it.