Bakeware Buying Guide
Our assortment of bakeware has something for everyone… whether you like to bake from scratch or just open a box you’ll find what you are looking for without spending a fortune.
is beautiful and functional as it can go right from the oven to your table. Be sure to use a trivet and potholders when handling as it retains heat for a long time. This bakeware won’t rust, fade or scratch and is both microwave and dishwasher safe. The hard, non-porous finish is easy to clean and won’t leach like some metal products. Porcelain is a practical and attractive investment. Handwashing is recommended. Shop all Porcelain Bakeware
makes baking a breeze. The premium, non-stick surface releases foods easily and requires little cooking oil. Lightweight and practical, aluminum offers good thermal conductivity and is extremely resistant to rust and corrosion. Use care when cleaning as it can scratch. Avoid metal spatulas and utensils. Shop All Aluminum Bakeware
looks great on a table with its colorful glazes and unique shapes. Many chefs prefer it to metal because it retains heat for a long time. The hard, non-stick glaze is easy to clean and resists scratching. Handle with care as ceramic can chip and crack. Shop all Ceramic Bakeware