Lodge Has Released an All-New Line of Cast-Iron Bakeware at Williams Sonoma
Everything in the collection is under $50!
Since 1896, Lodge Cast Iron has been producing highly durable, well-performing, and inexpensive cast iron cookware for home cooks and professional chefs alike. Their beloved cast-iron skillets are used for everything from searing meat and fish to baking skillet cookies and cornbread. Now, the Tennessee-based brand has released an all-new line of cast iron bakeware that's available exclusively at Williams Sonoma. Each piece is made in the USA and is designed with pre-seasoned and ready-to-use heavyweight cast iron. Perhaps the best part is that everything retails for less than $50.
The cast-iron bakeware also features silicone grips on the handles, which makes for easier carrying and serving. It's oven safe up to 600°F, which means that you can achieve crispy, golden-brown baked goods. Ahead, we're sharing details about every single piece from the new Lodge Bakeware collection at Williams Sonoma so that you can shop now.
Lodge Bakeware Seasoned Cast Iron Cornstick Pan with Grips
Grilling season is just around the corner and we can't wait to stock up on fresh corn on the cob. This cast iron baking pan is perfect for cooking corn on the grill. However, you can also bake cornbread, cake batter, or other quick breads in the mold to create sweet treats that resemble fresh corn.
Lodge Bakeware Seasoned Cast Iron Pie Pan with Grips
Just in time for Mother's Day, bake Mom a delicious coconut cream pie or lemon meringue pie (it's Martha's favorite!) using this 10-inch cast-iron pie dish that comes in at under $30.
Lodge Bakeware Seasoned Cast Iron Casserole with Grips
Lodge Bakeware Seasoned Cast Iron Loaf Pan with Grips
Lodge Bakeware Seasoned Cast Iron Baking Pan with Grips
Take sheet pan suppers to the next level with this durable cast iron pan that measures 15 inches by 10 ¾ inches.
Lodge Bakeware Seasoned Cast Iron Pizza Pan
Achieve a super crispy crust by baking homemade pizza directly on this cast iron pan, which can accommodate up to a 15-inch pie. It's also the ultimate tool for reheating pizza leftovers, as the cast-iron will help to maintain a crunchy crust.
Lodge Bakeware Seasoned Cast Iron Wedge Pan with Grips
Bake scones or individual slices of cornbread in this portioned bakeware pan, which makes eight servings and costs less than $30.
Shop Now: Lodge Bakeware Seasoned Cast Iron Wedge Pan with Grips, $29.95, williams-sonoma.com.
Lodge Bakers Skillet with Grips
This deep bakers skillet measures two inches high and 10¼-inches wide. The brand recommends using it to roast vegetables, fry eggs, sear meat, or shallow fry.
Shop Now: Lodge Bakers Skillet with Grips, $29.95, williams-sonoma.com.
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