Graduation season is upon us, and we know what'll make just the right gift! Maybe you know a college grad who's moving into their first adult kitchen, or maybe you know a really lucky high school grad who's moving into a college dorm with a kitchen. (Um, where can we apply?)
Either way, nothing welcomes a new grad into the real world like their very own set of pots and pans—and no one knows pots and pans like Rachael does. That's why any of these practical sets—big and small—are sure to be a hit with the grad in your life!
NINETEEN pieces, including food storage—for all those leftovers—and measuring cups. Need we say more?
Set new grads up for success in the kitchen with this 10-piece stainless steel cookware set with stylish light blue handles they'll love to show off.
Rach's famous EVOO bottle is a kitchen must-have. Paired with essential measuring cups, this gift is a no-brainer.
This small-but-mighty set has everything a new grad might need to satisfy those late-night dessert cravings.
This extensive bakeware set is for the grad who really loves to bake and has quite a bit of kitchen cabinet space.
If your grad is into more of a minimalistic kitchen design, they'll love Rach's newest (super sleek) cookware collection—stainless steel AND hard-anodized pots and pans in gray and silver.
This one's a great gift that doesn't take up a lot of space, but still makes delish cookies and Rach's famous sheet-pan dinners possible.
Rach's long-lasting frying pans are sure to tide new grads over for many years.
This space-saving saucepot can function on its own OR with the steamer basket, perfect for smaller cabinets.
This set has all the essential tools a first kitchen could need, including what Rach calls her "food mover."
Did we mention Rach's EVOO dispenser is famous? Grab the complete set in bold red or orange.
Graduation calls for grown-up dinnerware—and we're obsessed with this set which comes in funky purple and light blue.
Rach's bakers travel beautifully from oven to table—perfect for a new grad who loves to host.
Of all her cookware sets—of which there are many!—Rach is probably most known for her hard-anodized sets, because they're long-lasting, they evenly distribute heat, and the non-stick surfaces make cleanup easier.