Lodge Cast Iron Loaf Pan w/ Removable Silicone Grips Just $19.99 on Target.com

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Lodge cast iron bread pan with red silicone grips holding baked bread

Target has a deal for the bakers!๐Ÿž

There’s nothing better than the smell of homemade bread! Head on over to Target.com where they are offering this Lodge Cast Iron Loaf Pan w/ Silicone Grips for just $19.99!

Seasoned with 100% natural vegetable oil, this cast-iron loaf pan has a naturally nonstick finish that improves every time you use it! Its dual handles and silicone grips provide a secure and safe grasp. This pan is safe on almost all cooking surfaces and oven-safe up to 500-degrees. You can also remove the silicone grips and pop them in the dishwasher for easy cleaning! Best of all, it’s made in the USA!

Lodge cast iron pan holding baked bread

When using cast iron it’s very important to keep it seasoned. Wash with very hot water while using a plastic scraper or scouring pad and then immediately dry and oil. I’ll even put my bread pan in the oven to dry or when I use a cast iron pan I will heat it up on the stove for a few minutes to dry. Using soap to wash is a big no-no as it takes away from the seasoning. – Hip sidekick, Jessica


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Comments 11

  1. Susi

    I have 2 of these load pans without the handles sadly. They do however make the best breads!!

  2. Kathleen

    Thank you! It’s one of the few cast iron pieces I still needed! Love my cast iron and how non stick it is without the chemicals!

    • Collin (Mrs. Hip)

      You’re welcome, Kathleen! Happy you could snag this one!

  3. Meg

    Soap is fine for cleaning cast iron!
    https://www.seriouseats.com/2014/11/the-truth-about-cast-iron.html

    “The Theory: Seasoning is a thin layer of oil that coats the inside of your skillet. Soap is designed to remove oil, therefore soap will damage your seasoning.
    The Reality: Seasoning is actually not a thin layer of oil, it’s a thin layer of polymerized oil, a key distinction… the oil has already broken down into a plastic-like substance that has bonded to the surface of the metal.
    The one thing you shouldn’t do? Let it soak in the sink.”

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Interesting! Thanks for the feedback, Meg!

    • riss

      I always wash my lodge pre-seasoned cast iron pan with soap and water. I tried not to use soap in the past, but it always grosses me out and ended up using soap. Then I just re-season it.

  4. Mike

    Just bought…. Can’t beat price

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      I agree! Enjoy your new pan!

  5. mrswagley

    I go with what works best and the method that has been handed down for generations. Very hot water and a clean scrubber. Dry in oven and oil. ๐Ÿ‘

  6. JD827

    Mrswagley is telling you true. Iโ€™m in the 70+ group and still use my skillets from my grandmother. I never saw my mother or grandmother use soap. If you have it seasoned properly it just slides right out. Seasoning a skillet is a lengthy process of multiple sessions. Lard rather than vegetable oil gives a superior coating and is what older generations used. That being said a quality cast iron pan is almost indestructible and everyone does what is best for them.

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