Cookware & Bakeware

From cookie sheets to Dutch ovens, we’ll let you know what is safe to use in your Traeger.

Pro Tip: Pans used consistently in a Traeger will build up smoke residue. Consider setting aside a few commonly used pans to save on scrubbing.

Bakeware

Any baking pan that is oven safe is safe for the Traeger. Anything from a muffin tin to a fun-shaped Bundt pan is cleared for use. Metal pans will heat up faster, but glass pans will hold a more consistent temperature.

Dutch Ovens

Dutch and French ovens are safe to use in a Traeger. Because of their thick, dense material, they will take longer to heat up, but will retain heat well. You can cook with or without a lid. Using a lid will limit the amount of smoke flavor infused in the food.

Cookie or baking sheets are great for Traeger use, but be careful of obstructing the airflow--leave one inch clearance on each side to enable sufficient airflow and to avoid heat discrepancies.

Cast Iron

From skillets to griddles, anything cast iron works great in a Traeger. If using a larger griddle, make sure there is at least one inch on each side to ensure proper airflow in the Trager.