Published on April 17, 2019

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If you’re one of Chrissy Teigen’s 23.7 million Instagram followers, you’ve likely been hypnotized by her cooking videos at some point. From cheesy chicken Milanese to buttery pan-fried fish, each recipe has us wanting a spot at her dinner table. Luckily for us, Teigen has been making this dream a possibility (sort of) in myriad ways: Through two successful cookbooks, a soon-to-launch food website, a Blue Apron partnership, and a Target line, each venture is designed to help bring a bit of the star’s signature style to our own homes. With its attainable price point and versatile array of products, her dinnerware collection with Target is especially exciting. Teigen just added a brand-new range of items to the line just in time for summer entertaining.

Spanning 19 new items, this mini collection is her most personal yet. Several of the pieces, like the rough gold aluminum bowl or the woven water hyacinth basket, were inspired by one-of-a-kind items Teigen picked up during her travels. Morocco, in particular, seems to be a major source of influence for Teigen: She’s traveled there numerous times, both with her family and for work, most recently in January 2019. Pulling inspiration from the spice markets of Marrakech, she designed a mango wood lazy Susan for her collection that’s perfect for sharing appetizers.

That said, our favorite piece might just be the stoneware cookie jar. It’s in the shape of a Frenchie and is inspired by Teigen’s own dogs, Penny and Pippa—the supporting stars of her social media—who are often seen following the mouthwatering food. Remember when she put one of her dogs in a bellhop costume? We think about it daily. If you don’t mind a bit of kitsch in your space, the jar is definitely a fun countertop addition.

In the spirit of trying to dine a little more like Teigen, we’re rounding up our favorites from her latest Target drop, plus our favorite Cravings-approved recipes to go along with each item. Who said weeknight dinners had to be boring?

For your sweet tooth

The aforementioned dog-shaped cookie jar is a sweet homage to Teigen’s pets and is perfect for adding a bit of retro charm to your kitchen. If you’re a frequent baker, you’ll surely welcome the extra storage for your treats.

Recipe to try: Chrissy Teigen’s Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Blondies

For your carb cravings

Whether you’re in the habit of whipping up homemade bread or just always have a loaf in your kitchen from a local bakery, a woven basket like this is a chic way to display it. Keep it on hand for dinner parties to serve your carb course in style.

Recipe to try: Chrissy Teigen’s Twitter-Famous Banana Banana Bread

For your taco Tuesdays

Amp up your spread with some next-level guacamole, which you’ll be able to make all the more authentically with a mortar and pestle. This mango wood one was made for grinding spices and creating aromatic dips and pestos.

Recipe to try: Chrissy Teigen’s Cheesy Guacamole

For your casual dinner parties

Made from durable melamine, Teigen’s newest collection of plates is prime for easy entertaining and informal get-togethers. The serving bowl is great for crowds—it’s the ideal vessel for a large salad or pasta dish.

Recipe to try: Chrissy Teigen’s Lemony Arugula Spaghetti Cacio e Pepe

For your appetizer course

If you’re a cheese board devotee or just generally a fan of sharing your food family style, you need a good antipasto board in your life. This organic-shaped wood board fits the bill, acting as a versatile serving piece that’ll fast become a staple in your day-to-day culinary adventures. Use it to elevate the most basic of dishes—even a grilled cheese will look fancier on this board.

Recipe to try: Chrissy Teigen’s Jalapeno-Crusted Grilled Cheese

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