Having versatile cookware is a quintessential part of anyone’s kitchen. GreenPan cookware products set out to be reliable, high-quality, and safe to use with their patented Thermolon non-stick coatings which are non-toxic in comparison to other non-stick coatings. Although this is impressive, is GreenPan cookware oven-safe?
Most GreenPan cookware is oven safe with some models withstanding higher temperatures than others. GreenPan cookware models that have silicone or Bakelite handle insulators, tolerate oven temperatures up to 320-400 degrees Fahrenheit whereas, other GreenPan ceramic frypans have an oven temperature tolerance of up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit. GreenPan cookware with wood handles are not oven-safe.
While oven safety is dependent on the model, it is best to check the box for clear indicators or reach out to GreenPan customer care.
What GreenPan Products Are Oven Safe?
While it is a given that all GreenPan bakeware is oven safe, you might be wondering about the cookware. As a general rule, GreenPan states on their website that most of their non-stick ceramic pots and pans are oven safe. You should be mindful of GreenPan cookware with handles that are anything other than stainless steel, however.
GreenPan cookware with silicone or Bakelite handle insulators are typically oven safe up to 320-400 degrees Fahrenheit depending on the model. GreenPan cookware with wood handles is not oven safe and should only be used on the stovetop.
According to their website, most GreenPan non-stick ceramic frypans are oven safe up to 600 degrees Fahrenheit and the lids, which are made of tempered glass, are oven safe up to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
As stated there are some exceptions to this. For example, the Levels model tolerates oven temperatures up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit due to its Bakelite comfort grip handle insulators. This frypan model comes with a Bakelite comfort grip handle that only withstands up to 320 degrees Fahrenheit in the oven, making it more suitable for stovetop use.
GreenPan frypans with wood handles such as the Mayflower model are not oven safe and should only be used on the stovetop. These determining guidelines apply to other types of GreenPan pots and pans such as their saucepans, sauté pans, grill pans, woks, stockpots, roasting pans, and rice and grain cooking pots.
What GreenPan Products are not Oven Safe?
While it is obvious that GreenPan cookware appliances such as griddles are not suited for the oven, there are less apparent cookware items that should be kept out of the oven.
As aforementioned, any GreenPan cookware (pots and pans) with silicone or Bakelite handles can be placed in the oven but have a lower heat tolerance (320-400 degrees Fahrenheit) than those with stainless steel handles (600 degrees Fahrenheit).
GreenPan cookware with wood handles such as the Mayflower model are not oven safe and should solely be used on the stovetop.
GreenPan cookware lids are all made with tempered glass and are oven safe up to 425 degrees Fahrenheit.
Are GreenPan Products Microwave Safe?
According to GreenPan’s care and use guide, the cookware should never be placed in the microwave.
Unsure? Contact GreenPan!
If you are unsure if your GreenPan cookware is oven safe and up to what temperature, you can contact GreenPan customer care, refer to the specs section for the respective cookware on their website, or refer to this care and use guide.
It is not always apparent by looking at your cookware whether it is oven safe or not. Be sure to refer to your GreenPan cookware packaging, safety and instruction guides, or reach out to them if you are unsure. While most of their cookware has some level of oven safety, there are a few models that do not that you should remain mindful of.
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