Are All-Clad pans oven-safe?

In this article, we are going to answer the question “Are All-Clad pans oven-safe?”

Are All-Clad pans oven-safe? 

Yes, All-Clad pans are not only oven-safe but also broiler-safe however within their temperature ranges. While the pans can only tolerate the broiler for a few minutes, they can endure up to 600°F in the oven; however, the temperature ranges vary for Stainless Steel and Non-stick collections. 

Temperatures for Stainless Steel Cookware 

All-Clad D5, All-Clad Copper Core, and All-Clad D3 can all withstand temperatures up to 600°F (315°C) in the oven. While All-Clad D5 can handle up to 600°F in the broiler, All-Clad Copper Core is not safe for the broiler. 

Temperatures for Non-stick Cookware 

In contrast with the stainless steel cookware, All-Clad HA1 Hard Anodized, All-Clad B1 Hard Anodized, and All-Clad essentials can only endure temperatures up to 500°F (260°C) in the oven. However, All-Clad Non-stick Cookware collections are not broiler-safe for a longer cooking time so it is recommended to only put them under the broiler for two minutes only. 

Can you put an All-Clad pan in the microwave? 

No, All-Clad pans should not be put in the microwave as it can cause damage to both the pan and the microwave and also can start a fire. 

How to clean All-Clad pans? 

All-Clad pans are fragile and must be dealt with care while. They can be washed in the dishwasher but do not scrub as it might cause scratches. 

Precautions to take while putting an All-Clad pan in the oven 

While the All-Clad pans are oven-safe, some safety measures and precautions must be taken to avoid any possible damage to the pan and any injury 


The handles of All-Clad pans are made up of stainless steel hence they must not be touched without gloves when in the oven. Towels and gloves can be used when taking out the pans from the oven or the broiler.


Lids are not oven-safe. Whether it is their stainless steel one or their glass one, they cannot withstand the heat for a long time thus lids should not be put in the oven. 


Heating the pan more than their optimum temperature can cause damage to the pan such as discoloration commonly known as “heat tint”. Overheating also leads to a thick layer oxidized being formed on the stainless steel pan. 


All-Clad pans are prone to warping which happens when pans are exposed to fluctuating temperatures which leads to uneven expansion and contraction. To avoid this extreme changes in temperature should be avoided. 


In this article, we answered the question “Are All-Clad pans oven-safe?” and discussed all the dos and don’ts of using the All-Clad pans in the oven. 


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