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10 gifts for the Le Creuset lover that are $100 or less
There are a lot of reasons to love Le Creuset. The trusted cookware brand has been around for nearly a century, and it’s practically perfected its enameled cast iron Dutch oven. However, some of its pieces (including the iconic Dutch oven) are a bit pricey.
If someone on your holiday shopping list loves the brand, but you don’t want to overspend on their gift, check out these 10 Le Creuset items for under $100. The brand has plenty of cooking accessories and even some cookware that’s probably within budget. Of course, you can also check out its “Specials” section online to find Le Creuset’s current sale items.
For one, its mini cocotte (mini Dutch oven) is a best seller, and it’s less than $40. It comes in two sizes — 8 ounces and 14 ounces — and you can use both to serve condiments, make individual-sized desserts or store snacks. Any Le Creuset lover will find these adorable.
Alas, take a look below for more Le Creuset gift ideas under $100 ahead of the holiday season.
These ramekins are perfect for mini personal-sized cakes, soups, cobblers, pot pies, gratins and more. You can stack them in your cupboard so they take up little to no space. Get a few of the same color, or mix it up.
Pinch bowls are great for keeping ingredients nearby while cooking, from salt and pepper to fresh herbs and sauces. However, these bowls can also be used to hold condiments on the table, like ketchup or garlic aioli.
This easy-to-clean stainless steel water bottle is perfect for the Le Creuset collector who has everything — they probably don’t have this water bottle yet! It comes in 11 colors and keeps beverages cold for up to 24 hours and hot for up to 12 hours.
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