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Want to sweeten up the look of your kitchen? Ree Drummond, better known as the Pioneer Woman, has no shortage of adorable, rustic cookware and accessories available at Walmart. Whether you love florals, want to add a touch of country or wish to complete your Pioneer Woman collection, you won't want to miss this 20-piece gadget set, now down to $35 (was $49) at Walmart.
And we have a sneaky feeling this set is going to sell out quickly at this price, so get it in your cart while the gettin's good.
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There's a lot to love about this gadget set. The delicate floral finish on each item will add a bit of homeyness to your kitchen when displayed on hooks or in utensil canisters. Choose from three color themes — Dazzling Dahlias pattern features more blues and reds, Clara showcases mostly turquoise accents and Vintage Floral is adorned with bright punches of red. Any set you choose will be perfectly at home with other Pioneer Woman kitchen goods.
These pieces are so cute, but we mustn't overlook how useful they are for cooking and baking. The 6-inch Nakiri knife and 3.5-inch pairing knife made from stainless steel with floral-themed sheaths will satisfy your chopping, mincing and dicing needs. The silicone tools — a spoon, a spatula fitted with wooden handles and miniature versions of both — will prevent scratched pots and pans. And the centerpiece of the set, a 16-ounce measuring pitcher, is made from chip-resistant melamine, as are one spoon rest, four measuring cups and four measuring spoons with similar color theming.
You'll also get a natural acacia wood cutting board and a wonderful whisk, which will come in handy for any assortment of winter bakes and home-cooked meals.
Fans say they're loving this new, high-quality Pioneer Woman Kitchen addition, and they can expect to enjoy it for years to come.
One impressed shopper wrote: "I already knew these would be pretty, but I did not expect them to be so durable. When I opened the box, I was amazed at the quality of the plastic measuring cups. The whisk is the best I have ever used, and I love that water does not get trapped in the handle when you wash it."
A longtime fan of the Pioneer Woman line was thrilled about the usability of these pretty items. "I love to bake and most of my measuring tools and spatulas are black or white. This set adds so much beauty and color to the usually otherwise colorless kitchen gadgets," they said. "At first look, I thought the measuring cups, the pour bowl and the spoon rest were porcelain. I was glad to find that all three are a durable plastic. I wanted this set to be practical versus something overly delicate that I might be less likely to use on a regular basis."
Another happy reviewer added: "The weight and balance of the knives and spoons and spatulas are spot on. I have arthritis in my hands and these can be gripped with ease."
So what are you waiting for? Snatch up this set for just $35 in your favorite colorway before someone else does!
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