Fry Pan with Ceramic Cover

£ 23

Onions sticking to your frying pan again?


Every time you add a drop more oil to your super sticky frying pan, you add just a few more calories to your meal… and contribute to deforestation, pollution and environmental degradation.

The solution? Stop using oils and start using the right cookware.

Get your hands on a flippin’ awesome ceramic fry pan – totally eco-friendly and genuinely non-stick!

Eco-Friendly Ceramic Fry Pans from Cuisinart

Long gone are the days when you could get away with a pot noodle for dinner. Whether you’re cooking up a simple dinner for a family of 4 or setting off on a culinary adventure for Sunday lunch, the frying pan is undoubtedly one of the first utensils you will need.

If you care even a little bit about your health and the health of the planet, you’d better use a ceramic fry pan.

Don’t let the big-brand, world dominating name Cuisinart put you off. This is one of those rare times when a multi-national, hugely successful business and eco-friendly ideals come together for the better.

The GreenGourmet range from Cuisinart, featuring a handy 12-inch ceramic cooking pan, is sustainable, eco-friendly, healthy and even made from recycled materials!

Key Features:

  • 12-inch skillet crafted from super-fast heating hard anodized aluminium.
  • Ceramic coated and petroleum free for non-stick, scratch-resistant magic!
  • Safe, PFOA and PTFE free coating, perfect for healthy, oil free cooking.
  • Oven, stove and broiler safe up to 500°F (260C°).
  • Super eco-friendly handle made from 70% recycled stainless steel, stays cool to touch.

Flipping omelettes has never been this much fun!

An End to The Oil Crisis


Oil is not good for the environment.

Yep, even your low cholesterol, ultra-healthy cooking oils.

How much land is cleared to grow sunflowers, palms and other oil producing vegetation? Plants are good, but destroying natural habitats so we can deep fry our chips? Not cool.

Even olive oil is bad for the environment – did you know that 30 million m³ of olive mill wastewater is produced in the Mediterranean area each year? This unavoidable by-product contains far too many phenols to be reused for agriculture without an expensive and time-consuming detoxification process. It’s not biodegradable – some companies are even reusing it as toxic weed killer!

And this is why proper, non-stick cookware that requires less oil for cooking is incredibly important not just for us, but for the planet.

Savour the Good Life with Cuisinart

When powerful, successful businesses decide to go eco, magical things can happen.

You may already have a Cuisinart coffee machine, pan or muffin tray in your kitchen – Cuisinart is a household name. Hopefully their range of eco cookware products encourages other big brands to go green. We have our fingers crossed.

Cuisinart’s GreenGourmet range combines their desire to produce high-quality, professional chef approved cookware with eco-friendly, environment-saving technology.

They even package the ceramic fry pan in 100% recycled materials, printed with soy ink!

Wondering how to cook with ceramic pans? It’s simple – just use less oil and wash your pan lovingly in the sink afterwards. Cuisinart have ensured that cooking with ceramic frying pans is as convenient for you and the planet as possible.

Are Ceramic Pans Safe for Cooking?

Ceramic coatings can’t peel off or leach chemicals into your food like old-style Teflon pans. It’s non-stick for far longer, totally safe to eat off, better for the environment and needs minimal oil for cooking.

Ceramic vs Stainless Steel vs Teflon. Ceramic wins on all fronts: better for the environment, long lasting, non-stick, easy to clean, and totally chemical free.

But wait – there’s more.

The actual base of the fry pan is carefully constructed from hard anodized aluminium, which heats up way faster than conventional pans, so you use less energy to cook. And thanks to the 70% recycled, riveted stainless-steel handle, your chances of burning yourself are reduced too.

Find the 12-inch skillet and browse other ceramic cooking pans from Cuisinart in the UK here

…oh, and don’t forget to take your old pans to the charity shop or scrap metal plant for recycling!