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You probably know Le Creuset for its colorful enameled cast iron cookware. However, the brand also sells pots and pans in stainless steel and nonstick varieties — and the latter is now on sale. For a limited time, you can score up to 30% off Le Creuset’s nonstick cookware on its website, from single frying pans to full sets.
If you’ve never tried Le Creuset’s nonstick cookware before, well, come on — you already know it’s going to be good. The super tough nonstick cookware even comes with a “90 Day Pro Promise.” According to the brand, you can use your cookware for up to 90 days (three months!), and if you don’t like it, you can get your money back.
Le Creuset also says on its website that its Toughened Nonstick PRO is now four times stronger than previous lines. Products feature hard-anodized aluminum construction that heats up fast and evenly, finished off with a triple-reinforced PFOA-free nonstick coating. The interior of the pans is also textured to promote better browning and searing.
Toughened Nonstick PRO Deep Fry Pan, $132 (Orig. $165)
The Toughened Nonstick PRO cookware is safe to put in the oven and the dishwasher, and it’s safe to use with metal utensils.
You may have heard that some nonstick cookware contains chemicals like Teflon that can creep into food when heated to a certain degree. That’s what makes Le Creuset’s nonstick pans different, though — they contain no PFOAs (a potential cancer-causing carcinogen), and you can heat them up to 500 degrees Fahrenheit. The fact that you can safely put them in the dishwasher is also a major plus!
Toughened Nonstick PRO 6-Piece Set, $400 (Orig. $570)
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