Staub’s classic bakeware is beautiful, durable, and 64 percent off.
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When you’re cooking breakfast, lunch, and dinner from now until forever, it’s totally fair to want some shortcuts. So do your future self a favor and make a casserole. We’re thinking batches of lasagna, speedy shepherd’s pie, or even an eggy breakfast strata that will freeze beautifully for those inevitable moments you want a home-cooked meal without, you know, cooking.

Right now is an excellent time to invest in a casserole dish that seamlessly transitions from freezer to oven to table: Staub’s top-notch ceramic baker is 64 percent off in Wayfair’s incredible Spring Cleaning and Kitchen sale.

Measuring 7.5 by 10.5 inches, the ceramic dish is the perfect size for bubbly casseroles or extra-thick brownies. Its glass porcelain glaze prevents food from drying out in the oven and can withstand temperatures up to 572 degrees Fahrenheit. Plus, its sturdy ceramic body stands up to scratches, impacts, and thermal shock; it’s even dishwasher-safe for easy-breezy cleanup.

Like much of Staub’s high-end cookware, the baking dish has hundreds of rave reviews. Wayfair shoppers write how evenly the dish bakes their favorite dishes, as well as how easy it is to clean.

“This is a quality piece of cookware,” one wrote. “It is just the right size for a nice dish of lasagna or stuffed shells. It is heavier than it looks, cleans up easily (surprisingly) and can be stored in your cabinet without taking up a lot of space.”

Another added, “Stunning color and great pan for roasting and baking. I like to use this for one pan cakes. It is also my go to pan for lasagna and baked ziti. Heats evenly and cleans up beautifully.”

This Staub baking dish typically retails for $70, but right now you can snag it for just $25. And if you pick up two, you’ll qualify for Wayfair’s free ground shipping. So hustle, your future-self wants those casseroles.

Staub Ceramics 10.5

To buy: $25 (originally $75);