Ceramic Cookware

Home Made Ceramic Potato Baker



There's nothing like a delicious, crisply-skinned, fluffy-centred baked potato to warm you up. With this Home Made Stoneware Potato Baker by Kitchen Craft, you can bake your potatoes to perfection on your stove top or in your oven. It's produced from tough, flame proof stoneware, so there's no need to worry about it burning as it cooks on your stove. There's a lid too, which helps your potatoes to retain their natural moisture and nutrients - for that gorgeously fluffy core!

You can rely on this potato baker to provide you with jacket potatoes that look as delicious as they taste every time. What's more, it's also ideal for cooking chestnuts, garlic, onions and vegetables.

Made from strong natural stoneware, this pot is flame proof, so, you can safely place it in your oven or on the stove top to bake. This stoneware potato baking pot helps to prevent natural oils and moisture escaping from your food as it bakes or cooks - which means you can achieve that crispness without it burning.

Removing this jacket potato baker is really simple - whether you've been baking on the stove or in the oven. Its chunky handle allows you to get a tight hold even with an oven glove on. There's certainly no hot potato handling.

From growing your own, picking your own to making your own, the Home made collection offers the very best in cooking what nature has provided.


Bake the perfect crisply-skinned, fluffy-centred jacket potatoes in the oven or on your stove every time
Lidded design and tough, flame proof stoneware construction prevent natural oils, nutrients and moisture escaping your food as it cooks
Ideal for cooking chestnuts, garlic, onions and other vegetables in - it's oven safe to 220 degrees Celsius (428 degrees Fahrenheit)
Includes a recipe for garlic butter potatoes
12 month guarantee


Size: 25cm x 16cm
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