Le Creuset Is Having a Giant Sale on Stoneware Baking Dishes, Serveware, and More Must-Haves for Cozy Fall Meals

published Sep 20, 2023
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Close up view of broccoli and cheese casserole in a white square casserole dish with a spoon resting in the bottom right corner.
Credit: Photo: Alex Lepe ; Food Stylist: Ben Weiner

Although Labor Day and its accompanying sales took place only a couple of weeks ago, it’s just now starting to officially feel like fall. I don’t know about you, but this seasonal shift always makes me want to upgrade all of my material possessions, from my wardrobe to what’s inside my kitchen cabinets. You might think it’s inconvenient timing, but you’d be surprised at the great deals you can find in this lead-up to the holidays. In fact, you don’t have to wait until Black Friday to save big on some of Le Creuset’s most popular pieces. Their fall sale is live right now, meaning you can score 30 percent off a wide selection of stoneware favorites, including baking dishes, serveware, and small (but essential!) tabletop items that’ll take your hosting game to the next level. We couldn’t wait to have a look and scope out our top picks, which you’ll find below. Certain models and colors are already selling out, so you don’t want to wait too long before snagging your next baker or butter dish!

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was $125.00

This do-it-all dish is a must-have if you're a home cook whose favorites range from brownies to shepherd's pie. Le Creuset's signature stoneware conducts heat beautifully, helping you nail the cook on a variety of dishes. The coolest part? The multipurpose lid lets you serve up your eats in style, or store them in the fridge for a later date.

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Le Creuset
was $32.00

This editor-favorite isn't just cute — it's also great for baking single-serve desserts, acting as elegant serveware, and much more. What's more, the mini cocotte is one of Le Creuset's most affordable pieces; you can easily snag a few without breaking the bank, especially now that they're on sale. Use them to impress all of your dinner guests with their own individual crème brulée pots.

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Le Creuset
was $56.00

Cozy days at home call for homemade bread, and there's not better pan in which to bake it than this one. Of course, you can also use it to prepare all kinds of individual meals, from meatloaf to baked pasta dishes. You'll find that the pan's nonstick surface also lets go of food without ruining your loaf's perfect shape.

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Le Creuset
was $44.00

Not only does Le Creuset make top-quality bakeware, but they've also got all of your baking ingredient storage needs covered. Take this butter crock, for instance. You'll want to keep it near your mixing bowl as you work. It keeps butter cool and airtight, even after you take it out of the fridge. In other words, no matter how long the crock stays on your counter, your butter won't melt, which is a must for those long holiday cooking sessions on the horizon.

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This rectangular dish sports a timeless design in an array of gorgeous enamel finishes that Le Creuset is known for. The dish is ideal for your most beloved confections, including cinnamon rolls and cobblers, because its smooth surface is essentially nonstick, while the stoneware design ensures everything bakes evenly.

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Le Creuset
was $66.00

Sleek and eye-catching, Le Creuset's storage canisters deserve a prime countertop spot in the kitchen. They're available in three different sizes and three of colors. A silicone gasket on the lid keeps the contents fresh, and the canister is scratch-resistant, meaning you could also use these to store utensils.

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Le Creuset
was $75.00

This two-piece set is just as functional and enduring as Le Creuset's popular enameled cast iron, and two sizes of baking dishes are a must-have for even the occasional baker. You can use the square dishes simultaneously in the oven, stack them for effortless storage, layer up a desert and stick them in the freezer — the list goes on.

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This quaint honey pot is adorable enough to make us question why we ever stopped using them. Not only will it add a charming touch to your breakfast corner, but the teatime staple also comes with its own dipper, which allows you to efficiently pick up and deposit honey into your recipes without getting it everywhere. No more sticky bottles!

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Le Creuset
was $35.00

In addition to being homemade bread season, fall is also hearty stew season, so this 20-ounce soup bowl will certainly come in handy. Its unique design is inspired by centuries-old lion's head bowls, though this iteration looks much sleeker. The bowls are an easy way to dress up any table spread, no matter what kind of bisque or chowder you're serving up.

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This chic little planter can be used for homegrown herbs, so if your soup needs a little rosemary or a dash of sage, you can pluck right from your countertop. Each planter comes with its own tray to catch excess water, and its glazed exterior won't succumb to chipping or scratches. Buy one or opt for a trio, and revel in how charming they look lined up on the kitchen windowsill.