Nothing poisonous about this apple.

Words by

Bailey Jones

We could all use a little more magic in our lives. Sadly the days of believing fairy tales have been replaced by the cynicism caused by dates with Tinder oafs and figuring out what to wear sans the help of tiny mice. 

Thankfully, Le Creuset is providing our salvation with yet another Disney-inspired cooking pot. We all swooned over the highly coveted Beauty and the Beast casserole dish, which arrived earlier in the year, and now Le Creuset is paying homage to another film.

In honour of the 80th anniversary of Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, a pot in the shape of the poisonous apple is about to enter your kitchen. Unlike the story's original apple, this pot is sure to provide nothing but deliciously edible food. 

Alongside the pot, you’ll receive a tea towel printed with red silhouettes of the Princess and her posse, as well as a golden keychain. 

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