Le Creuset’s Presidents’ Day Sale Includes Their Iconic Dutch Oven and More Must-Have Cookware

published Feb 12, 2024
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If you aren’t already counting down the days like I am, I have some good news for you: The long weekend is almost here! While I’m sure a lot of us are looking forward to Presidents’ Day because it’s a much-needed day off from work, I’m mainly looking forward to all of the stellar sales. If the start to the new year has made you want to spend more time in the kitchen — or maybe it’s made you want to upgrade your kitchen tools — the holiday deals are kicking off at the perfect time.

The good news just keeps on coming, because even though Presidents’ Day is a week away, retailers are kicking off their sales early, which means you’ll have more than enough time to figure out your wishlist. Le Creuset is currently offering tons of deals on their iconic cookware, and I’ve found 10 items you’ll want to snag ASAP. Read all about them below!

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1 / 10
Le Creuset
was $430.00

At a whopping $150 off, this round oven should shoot to the top of your wishlist. Its extra-wide base is ideal for everything from baking to searing meat and veggies. The shape also makes it perfect for serving soups and casseroles directly from the pot — and it doesn’t hurt that it’ll look totally gorgeous on your table.

2 / 10
Le Creuset
was $462.00

This spacious Chef’s Oven can serve up to eight people, and it’s crafted from the brand’s signature, high-performing enameled cast iron. The sloped, high sides make it especially suited for soups, pastas, and braising and even baking.

3 / 10
Le Creuset
was $32.00

If you’re not looking to make a major splurge this Presidents’ Day, the mini cocotte is a tiny and mighty option that you’ll put to use daily. “For serving, these can function as mini soup bowls, containers for single-serving desserts, ice cream bowls, cereal bowls, and more,” Ian, The Kitchn’s senior commerce editor, wrote. “In the kitchen, you can use them to make mini pot pies, cook gratins; bake souffles; and whip up single brownies, cookies, crème brûlées, and more.”

4 / 10
Le Creuset
was $350.00

Designed from Le Creuset’s archives – it’s inspired by “Provençal hunters and the stews they would prepare from the day’s catch” — the Cassadou Sauté Pan will give your kitchen a vintage flair. Best of all, though, the piece acts as both a small Dutch oven and a pan, so you’ll get two for the price of one.

5 / 10
Le Creuset
was $75.00

If you want to step up your baking game, this set delivers when it comes to performance and style. Featuring the brand’s durable stoneware construction, you’ll get a larger sized dish — which works for casseroles, roasting vegetables, and marinating meats — as well as a smaller one for individual or two-person portions.

6 / 10
Le Creuset
was $96.00

Coffee drinkers, this one’s for you! Perfect for tea, hot chocolate, and single-serving desserts, Le Creuset’s mugs will expertly retain your beverage’s temperature, and the set comes in all of the brand’s classic, vibrant hues.

7 / 10
Le Creuset
was $42.00

You’ll be surprised how often you’ll put these pinch bowls to work — they’ll come in handy for measuring ingredients, as well as for storing salt, pepper, spices and herbs while you cook. And they’re a staple for those who love to snack!

8 / 10
Le Creuset
was $36.00

Adding a fun, whimsical twist to your baking routine has never been easier thanks to Le Creuset’s Heart Cakelet Pan. Of course, cuteness isn’t all that it has to offer; the pan is coated in silicone to ensure easy release, and the carbon steel conducts heat efficiently.

9 / 10
Le Creuset
was $240.00

Though the brand is more well-known for their cast iron pieces, their take on the versatile nonstick fry pan deserves just as much hype. “I use these pans every day, and they cook really well, hold the heat evenly, clean easily, and the nonstick coating holds up,” one reviewer praised. “I like these pans so much I bought another set after using my first set for a while, worth every dollar.”

10 / 10
Le Creuset
was $42.00

This pan is a must-have for people who cook tons of meals in the oven. Sheet cakes and brownies are fair game, though, as well as casseroles. It even doubles as a roasting pan! Grabbing it out of the oven is a breeze, thanks to the wide rim and heat-resistant silicone on the edges.