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The Best Gravy Boats of 2021

Don't settle for bland and boring! Snag one of the best gravy boats on the market and wow your Thanksgiving guests.

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Pillivuyt Porcelain Gravy Boat With Warming Basevia williams-sonoma.com

Gravy Boat with Warming Base

Keep your gravy nice and toasty with this gravy boat. Just place a tealight to keep your favorite gravy heated for hours on end. The long spout and handle make pouring a breeze.

Why it made our list: Steph Marchese, Executive Director of Visual Production, loves that this gravy boat will keep your gravy warm (and not congealed) throughout your whole dinner. Your mashed potatoes will love that!

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Pro Tip: If you don’t snag this gravy boat, you can also keep your gravy warm with an insulated gravy boat, like the stainless steel gravy boat below.

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Barris Gravy Boatvia wayfair.com

Stainless Steel Gravy Boat

There’s no reason to fret over cold gravy with this insulated gravy boat. The spout and hinged lid make it easy to refill and pour, too. (Wayfair even claims you can do it one-handed!)

Why it made our list: Steph admires its double-wall insulated, stainless steel construction which not only looks sleek, but it’ll help it retain heat for longer.

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Gravy Boat With Saucervia crateandbarrel.com

Gravy Boat with Saucer

You can rely on this durable gravy boat. It can handle up to a temperature of 1000°F, plus it comes with a saucer to catch any gravy spillage from landing on your beautiful Thanksgiving tablecloth.

Why it made our list: It’s “simple, basic, classic but with a modern feeling,” says Steph. White does go with everything, especially with these playful Thanksgiving table ideas.

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Fiesta Sauce Boatvia bedbathandbeyond.com

Ceramic Gravy Boat

If you’re a clumsy cook, this ceramic gravy boat is the one for you. It’s chip-resistant so you don’t have to worry too much about dinging this piece. The yellow color will add a boost of fall color to your table—it reminds us of falling leaves!

Why it made our list: Steph added this one to her favorites since it’s dishwasher, oven and microwave safe.

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Essentials Porcelain Saucebotvia homedepot.com

Porcelain Gravy Boat

This porcelain gravy boat boasts one of the largest holding capacities at 18.5 ounces. If you’re using a ladle, you can rest it on the matching saucer. (By the way, using a ladle is a personal preference. Some prefer it, while others would rather pour directly from the boat.)

Why it made our list: “I love the upright shape. It feels traditional yet modern farmhouse,” says Steph.

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Artisinal Gravy Boatvia MaryLaabs/etsy.com

Artisinal Gravy Boat

Many people question how big their gravy boat should be, but it really boils down to the size of your guest list. This handcrafted gravy boat is on the smaller side, making it perfect for small Thanksgiving celebrations. Here are a couple of small Thanksgiving main dishes to pair with your gravy.

Why it made our list: Steph likes that the size of this small gravy boat makes it usable for syrup, creamers and other sauces, too.

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Lira White Porcelain Gravy Boatvia crateandbarrel.com

Unique Gravy Boat

You’ll get lots of oohs and aahs over this stunning gravy boat. This piece is not only eye-catching but sturdy, handling dishwashers, freezers, microwaves and even ovens that are up to 350°F!

Why it made our list: Steph has nothing but good things to say about this gravy boat. “Wow, I think this is my favorite. So elegant, yet rustic in finish. I’d be happy to have this on my own table.”

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Christina Herbst
Christina is a Social Media Editor for Taste of Home. She enjoys trying out local restaurants and coffeehouses and adding copious amounts of garlic and cheese to any recipe she can get her hands on. In her free time, you can find her hunting down one-of-a-kind furniture pieces at thrift and vintage stores and DIYing trendy home decor crafts.