These Pumpkin-Shaped Serving Dishes Are Perfect for Fall

Your fall soups, stews and pot roasts just got a little more festive!

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September 09, 2021

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We're getting close to the official start of fall, and there is no better time than now to make sure your cookware is ready for the change of seasons. Whether you're looking for a spooky vibe for Halloween or something more neutral to last you throughout the holidays, these pumpkin pans are the perfect addition to any fall table. Plus, you can cook and serve your food in most of these, making them perfect for festive soups and stews and more.

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Not only will this cocotte make a beautiful addition to any fall table setting, it also holds its weight as a sturdy workhorse in the kitchen. Both oven-safe up to 500 degrees F, gas-stovetop-safe (it is not recommended for use on glass stovetops), this dish can also be thrown in the dishwasher for easy cleanup. It will be an easy go-to for all your hearty stews, soups and pot roasts this fall.


For a spookier vibe, this cast iron pan will be the perfect accent piece to pull out all season long. The cast iron finish makes it easy to use on just about any cooking surface including gas, induction and electric stovetops, ovens up to 500 degrees F and on the grill.

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If you're looking for a quality pot to fit your fall decor but want it to also follow you throughout the year, this classic Le Creuset Dutch oven in a vibrant orange is the right investment. The large capacity can handle just about any recipe, and this signature collection has proven to be a piece that you will have for years to come.

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While you can't actually cook in these bowls, they make for great serveware for any holiday get-together you're throwing. The neutral color makes the transition from Halloween to Thanksgiving seamless, and they are both microwave- and dishwasher-safe, so you can heat up leftovers and clean up with ease.


Similar to Staub's, this cast-iron pot can cook on a multitude of surfaces, including stovetop and the oven, and it also doubles as a great piece for serving. It's slightly larger than Staub's cocotte, making it ideal for bigger batches that can feed the whole family.

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