Top 9 Le Creuset Skillets And Frying Pans

Today we’ll go over the 9 best skillets and frying pans that you can buy from Le Creuset.

Signature Skillet

One of the Le Creuset best-sellers, and for a good reason. The signature skillet is an attractive piece of kitchenware that can tackle almost any task and will last a lifetime. Every aspect of it is well-designed and well-made. Plus, it comes in a plethora of attractive colors.

Traditional Skillet

Slightly more budget-friendly, the traditional skillet from Le Creuset boasts the same great quality and durability. In our opinion, the only thing you are losing out on is color choices.

Stainless Steel Fry Pan

A solid stainless steel skillet is a must for anyone who likes to build a pan sauce or cooks often with tomatoes. Le Creuset’s stainless steel frying pan has consistently won awards and recognition for its quality and durability. It’s beloved by professionals and home cooks alike.

Signature Square Skillet Grill

While this skillet won’t replace a full-sized charcoal barbeque, it will elevate your home cooking. Put those grill marks on your steak or crisp up bacon more efficiently. And if you purchase the corresponding lid, you can use this pan as a panini press as well.

Toughened Nonstick PRO Fry Pan

For those who don’t like stainless steel or cast iron, Le Creuset makes a standard nonstick frying pan that promises to be four times stronger than the competition. And we have to agree that this is one of the best and most durable nonstick skillets we ever tried.

Toughened Nonstick PRO Crepe Pan

The heavy-duty construction of this crepe pan will prevent the burning of the delicate dough and the shape will ensure easy flipping. We also love this pan for making English muffins and traditional American pancakes.

Toughened Nonstick PRO Stir-fry Pan

If you don’t use a gas hob, don’t bother getting a proper wok. Instead, pick this stir-fry pan.

The shape and the size are ideal for all jobs that are usually delegated to a wok, and the high-quality construction won’t damage your expensive glass or induction stove.


Inspired by Provencal hunters, the Cassadou is a blend between a saute pan and a brasier. It’s a multitasker that can tackle anything from a steak to a stew.

We love that, unlike other skillets from Le Creuset, this one has a light enamel coating. That way, you can have a better idea of what’s happening to your food while it’s browning.

Cousances® Skillet

This one is for real kitchenware nerds. You get all the benefits of the Le Creuset Signature skillet but with a heavy dose of history – the history that dates way back to the 16th century.

These guys sell out quickly whenever they are in stock, so be vigilant.