Pyrex Partners With Chef Christina Tosi For Delicious New Designs

The creative containers feature lively black-and-white line art with a kiss of personality
Tosi Pyrex

Pyrex containers offer more than just a practical solution to storing holiday leftovers. The classic cookware brand’s pretty patterns attract plenty of fans. Now Pyrex has introduced a new design in partnership with pastry chef and author Christina Tosi, featuring lively black-and-white line art and a kiss of personality.

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Tosi has a tasty resume: She’s a pastry chef, founder and owner of 15 Milk Bar stores across North America, author of three cookbooks including October 2018’s "All About Cake,” and a current judge on "MasterChef Junior" and former judge of “MasterChef.” Her Milk Bar is a chain of dessert and bakery restaurants, famous for such desserts as Tosi’s Cereal Milk, a soft-serve dessert she invented in 2007 to mimic the flavor of milk left behind in a cereal bowl.

The dishes that bear her name feature simple black-and-white lines and circles and Tosi’s own signature, “XO Tosi,” written in her handwriting.


"Pyrex is one of my favorite kitchen essentials – so I was incredibly excited to collaborate with them, especially in conjunction with Milk Bar's 10th birthday," Tosi said in a press release. "I'm all about fun, rule-breaking baking. We wanted to create a collection that captured this spirit with my personal touch – and looks super cute!"

The Tosi Decorated Storage line includes four four-cup containers, all with different designs, and made of pure, non-porous glass. They’re priced at $9 each, and are available only for a limited time at and Milk Bar flagship stores in Los Angeles and the Logan Circle neighborhood of Washington, DC.

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Corning Glass Works released its first Pyrex products in 1915, and they’ve been a classic part of American cooking ever since. The line’s iconic patterns are so well-known that some fans are choosing to get Pyrex-inspired tattoos. If homey kitchen traditions are your cup of tea, check out what dinner was like at home 50 years ago.