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Can Non Stick Cookware Go in the Oven?

Using Non Stick in the Oven Unlocks a Whole New Set of Techniques, Recipes, and More.

  • Sasha Weilbaker
  • Nov 21, 2022
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It’s widely acknowledged that Non Stick Pans just make things easier in the kitchen. They reduce the need for butter and oil while cooking, limit worry around sticky foods (think eggs or fish), and once you’re done preparing your dish, cleanup is effortless. Another benefit of Non Stick Pans is that many are able to be used in the oven as well— that is, depending on the pan.

Here’s your guide to figuring out if your Non Stick is oven safe, and if it is, what to cook with it.

Is All Non Stick Cookware Oven Safe?

Just like any other piece of cookware, Non Stick Pans are made using a variety of materials and protective coatings. This means that when they’re put in the oven, each will react to high heat differently. For example, pans made with plastic parts, such as the handle, will melt if put in the oven. Pans coated in Teflon or ceramic can usually be used in the oven, but only up to certain temperatures. If heated above that temperature, the pan will start to release toxic fumes, harmful to human health and damaging to the pan.

To confirm that your Non Stick pan is oven safe, check the manufacturer’s website. The website will provide further details about whether or not you can use the pan in the oven, and if so, to what temperature.

How Hot Can Non Stick Pans Get?

As previously mentioned, Non Stick’s ability to withstand the high heat of an oven depends on material and the type of coating used. Two common types of Non Stick coatings are ceramic and Teflon, both of which are usually able to withstand oven temperatures. Our Non Stick Line is oven-safe up to 500F.

Why Would I Use Non Stick in the Oven?

The ability to transfer an oven safe pan from stovetop to oven is a handy trick if you're, say, cooking a one-pan meal that requires oven finishing. Recipes that revolve around baked eggs, braised meats, and desserts like skillet cobblers or Dutch babies often need to be transferred from stovetop to oven, while cutting down on dishes in the process.

What to Make with Oven-Safe Pans

Once you’ve determined that your pan is indeed oven safe, it’s time to unlock oven finishing.  Breakfasts like sweet Dutch babies and savory Shakshuka are easy one-pan meals sure to impress any crowd. Spice up your dinner routine with dishes like braised chicken thighs or oven roasted pork chops, and end your meal with desserts, such as a one-pan cobbler.

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The ability to use Non Stick on both the stove and in the oven is an underrated technique for the quick and easy weeknight meal. All pans in our Non Stick line are oven safe up to 500F, 100% nontoxic, and made without PFOAs.

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