Le Creuset’s Latest Sale Includes Big Savings on Their Iconic Dutch Oven, Plus More Essential Cookware

published Aug 30, 2023
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If there’s one thing to miss about summer once it reaches its end, it’s all of the seasonal foods that come along with it. When Labor Day arrives, it means it’s time to swap out the summer salads, cookout dishes, and lighter meals for ones that match the fall instead. Now’s the time to start easing into warm and cozy eats that’ll fit in perfectly with the cooler weather and get you in the mood for the season. So, even though we’re sad to leave our more summery dishes behind, we’re stoked to change it up and delve into some new ones.

Speaking of changing it up, now is the best time to invest in any new cookware you’ve been wanting to get your hands on: Le Creuset, one of our favorite (albeit pricey) kitchen brands, has its massive Labor Day sale going on. You can get up to 50 percent off on pieces that’ve received our stamp of approval — like this bread oven that’s amazing for fall baking. Of course, there are tons of other popular items on sale too, so read on for the ones that you’ll be cooking all of your fall dishes in in no time!

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You can snag Le Creuset’s famous Dutch oven at a discount when you select the Deep Teal color, which the brand is about to retire. On top of looking fantastic as a serving dish, it’s a workhorse when it comes to cooking and baking. “The beautiful colors, the distinct shape, the longevity — there’s just so much to love about it,” Kitchn contributor Abigail wrote. “It sits on my stovetop at all times, and when I’m not using it to cook or bake, it’s usually holding produce like avocados or bananas.”

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As opposed to the Dutch oven, the Chef's Oven has curved sides to make stirring easier. At the time contributor Rochelle wrote her review, she said she had used it every day since she’d received it, since it's the perfect vehicle for reheating. “The petite size of this pot is perfect for warming up soups, stews, beans, rice, and pretty much everything else I like to eat — and it does it quickly to boot,” she noted.

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was $225.00

Like all Le Creuset pieces, the saucepan is constructed with its durable and fast-heating enameled cast iron, which doesn’t require any seasoning. “A perfect size for sauces and grains,” a reviewer praised. “Very non-stick which makes for easy cleaning!”

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was $175.00

Unlike many traditional cast-iron pans that need to be seasoned first, this skillet has a black satin enamel that becomes more and more nonstick over time. SEO writer Nic recently made the upgrade to the more modern version that he says “requires zero maintenance to work flawlessly every time.”

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was $32.00

Senior commerce editor Ian swears by the Mini Round Cocotte, which can serve anything from desserts to soups and bake anything from pot pies to brownies. As always, it delivers on even heat distribution and the scratch- and stain-resistant glaze holds up.

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was $132.00

News and culture editor Ni'Kesia loves how lightweight this kettle is — not to mention how fast it heats up! Plus, she loves the Deep Teal colorway. “Le Creuset’s Demi Kettle has become my favorite kitchen accessory, and just like any good accessory, I love that it adds a beautiful pop of color to my currently drab kitchen,” she noted.

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was $115.00

A must if you’ll be cooking soups, stocks, and pasta this fall, this stockpot is made of carbon steel that’ll bring water to a boil fast. You can get the 8-quart size in the teal hue, which delivers a whopping seven to eight servings. So whether you’re meal prepping or feeding a lot of people at once, it works!

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was $300.00

This gorgeous piece has totally upped Kitchn contributor Danielle’s bread baking game. “I baked my usual sourdough boule with the lid on for the first part of the bake as usual, and the large knob on top made it super easy to lift the lid off with one hand — I love that!” she said. “I made a few more sourdough loaves and they were all exceptional — moist and chewy inside and super crispy-crackly outside, with a tad more loft than usual.”