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The New Le Creuset Sorbet Collection Is Bright and Gorgeous

Once again, Le Creuset is coming out with a new line of cookware and it's absolutely breathtaking. Earlier this year the cookware giant released a lavender color line called Provence and a Mickey Mouse inspired line of cookware. And let's not forget the new Clover Cocotte set for St. Patrick's Day. Now's the time more than ever to update your gift registry or wish lists. You're going to want the entire set.

The Sorbet Collection, which will be available in May 2018, features small kitchenware like ice cream bowls, egg cups, mini ramekins, square dishes and espresso mugs in cute pastels. If you've ever wanted your kitchen to have the feel of a retro style ice cream shop, this collection has your name written all over it.

The colors include: Cool Mint, Mimosa, Dune, Cotton, Coastal Blue, Chiffon Pink and each set includes an item in each color. You can also purchase the items in sets of four, but the items will still come in an array of colors.

The collection itself has been on sale in South Africa since October but we are more than excited to get a chance to own this adorable set in the States.

Of all the items in the sweet sorbet collection, we are most excited for set of mini-cocottes and the ice cream bowls. Why? Just take a look!

Sorbet Collection Mini-Cocottes Dishes 

With practically every Le Creuset collection donning big items like dutch ovens, we were over the moon when we found out these mini cocottes were included. Perfect for individual deep dish desserts like apple pie or cookies, this set is also pretty nice on the wallet. At $80 for the entire set it's hard to say no.

Sorbet Collection Ice Cream Bowls 

Say goodbye to the ice-cream truck, you'll be enjoying all your ice cream in these Le Creuset Sorbet ice cream bowls. Make your own Disney-inspired Dole Whip or add in a few scoops of your favorite Blue bell. Either way these ice cream bowls (which run at $60 a set) will be your new favorite kitchenware.

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