No more warming milk in the microwave: Reach instead for a charming enamel milk pan. These vintage-style pans are safe for gas and electric ranges, have small spouts for easy pouring, and are perfectly sized for steaming milk, preparing a cup of hot chocolate, or warming bottles. Here are five of our favorite small pans for small jobs.
Above: A tiny Enamel Milk Pan (it’s 4.5 inches across), from UK-based company Dexam Home, is available in sage, cream, and black; $30 via Food52.
Above: Falcon’s classic Enamel Milk Pan with a blue rim is $14.95 via Kitchen Warehouse.
Above: We love the eclectic colors and quirky shapes of Dansk Kobenstyle’s Danish designs. This small wood-handled Kobenstyle Saucepan is available via Wayfair; $29.22 for the navy version.
Above: The Kaiko Enamel Milk Pan by Japanese designer Makoto Koizumi has a beechwood handle; $72 via Tortoise General Store.
Above: Labour & Wait carries a selection of enamelware by Austrian company Riess in exclusive colorways. A Enamel Milk Pot, shown in green, is £22 ($27.81). Riess’s classic pastel colorways are also available via Objects of Use.
For more on milk pans, see Object Lessons: The Pastel Enamel Pot.
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