Drew Barrymore’s kitchen line at Walmart just released a gorgeous new color for the holidays
If you like your cookware and kitchen appliances to look as good as they work, you may be familiar with Drew Barrymore’s Beautiful Kitchenware. The exclusive-to-Walmart brand offers cookware, cutlery and small kitchen appliances in a range of soft matte colors. However, its pretty gold handles make it really stand out.
Now, the brand is releasing a new color that’s perfect for the holidays, and it’s called thyme. Thyme is a deep green (much like the fresh herb) that feels extra rich paired with the brand’s signature gold accents. However, according to Walmart’s website, it’s a limited-time hue, so if you like it, you should snatch it up fast. (Psst! These items also make great gifts!)
Thyme is also only available in a limited number of items. Take a look below at a few of the brand’s thyme-colored items and check it all out online, whether thyme is your color, your favorite seasoning, or you just want to feel extra festive this holiday season.
Essentially, it’s your standard slow cooker but a lot prettier and now in thyme green. It has five pre-set functions for meat, poultry, stew, soup and chili. And like all of Beautiful Kitchenware’s products, it has gold accents.
This 6-quart air fryer has touchscreen buttons to air fry, bake, roast and dehydrate foods. Additionally, it’s lightweight and has pretty gold accents — plus, the thyme color comes engraved with Drew’s signature in gold. But if the 6-quart size is too big, the brand also sells a 3-quart size in thyme.
The electric nonstick skillet can sauté, steam, simmer, slow cook and more. It has five separate heat options to cook with and comes with a stainless steel steam rack. Additionally, it has a cast aluminum extender to give it up to 40% extra depth, taking it from a 5- to 7-quart capacity. This skillet also has an upright lid rest to help you avoid making a total mess on your countertop (as seen in the picture).
This round 5-quart cast iron Dutch oven will add a little flair to any kitchen! Use it on the stove or in the oven (up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit) to make bread, cakes, cobblers, soups, stews and more. The thyme color is perfect for serving holiday dishes, too.
This stand mixer features a 5.3-quart bowl and a powerful 300-watt mixing system that can mix enough dough to make up to nine dozen cookies at once. It has 12 speeds, and its tilt-head design allows you to easily add ingredients as you mix. Additionally, it comes with a removable splash guard if you’re worried about making a mess. And all of its included accessories — a coated, metal flat beater, dough hook and a stainless steel wire balloon whisk — are dishwasher-safe.
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