Are IKEA Kitchen Products Oven Safe? [Bowls, Plates, Mugs, Pots + More]

IKEA prides itself on being able to cater to just about every possible domestic need. Offering furnishings for bathrooms, bedrooms, and kitchens, such as couches, beds, and tables, IKEA truly has everything you might need.

However, you may be wondering whether IKEA’s expansive range of kitchen products is oven-safe. Here is everything I have managed to find out!

Are IKEA Kitchen Products Oven Safe?

Generally, most IKEA kitchen products such as plates, bowls, mugs, mixing bowls, and pans are not oven-safe unless stated otherwise on the IKEA website. However, IKEA does stock certain products such as cast iron pans/pots and glass food containers that are safe to use in ovens.

To learn more about what IKEA products can and can’t be used in ovens, keep on reading!

How To Tell If An IKEA Product Is Oven Safe?

If you are unsure if your IKEA product is oven safe or not, you can do a quick search on their website for the product type or name.

Once you have found your product, click on the item and scroll down to the “Product details” dropdown menu. From there, select “Materials & care”. This will now show you whether or not your product is oven-safe.

As a side note, if the IKEA product listing does not specifically say “oven-safe”, this means it is not oven-safe.

Are IKEA’s Bowls Oven Safe?

Generally, no, IKEA’s bowls are not oven safe. As a general rule, porcelain cannot be placed safely in the oven, as it is not designed to handle extreme temperatures.

IKEA’s website allows customers to see if specific kitchenware items are designed to be oven safe, by looking through bowls, we can see that the IKEA website only lists their bowls as being microwave and dishwasher safe.

However, glass bowls, generally, can be considered oven-safe, but if you are unsure, you should check for your item on the IKEA website to see if it is oven-safe before you try and use it as such.

Are IKEA’s Plates Oven Safe?

This depends entirely on what your IKEA plates are constructed from. If your IKEA plates are made using porcelain, then they are not oven-safe, as porcelain is not designed to handle intense temperatures.

IKEA’s website allows customers to see the details of specific items, and can be used as such to see if certain items are oven safe.

A quick search of plates on the IKEA website has shown that IKEA’s plates are not oven-safe, as most of them are constructed from porcelain, and even the few glass plates they stock are not oven safe.

Are IKEA’s Mugs Oven Safe?

No, IKEA’s range of mugs are constructed from either glass or porcelain. Of course, porcelain cannot handle the intense temperatures of an oven. A quick look through the IKEA website revealed that even IKEA’s glass mugs are not listed as oven-safe.

However, IKEA’s website does list the majority of mugs as microwave and dishwasher-safe, so if you just need to warm up something in a mug, it can be done easily in your microwave.

Are IKEA’s Pots Oven Safe?

This depends on the materials that your pot is constructed from. IKEA stocks a wide variety of pots constructed from various materials.

Pots that are made from a mix of steel and enamel are listed as being safe for oven use, as well as safe for use on gas burners, cast iron burners, and induction burners.

IKEA also stocks pots that are constructed from stainless steel and cast irons. These can also be used within the oven, and on the vast majority of cooktops.

Are IKEA’s Pans Oven Safe?

Are IKEA’s Pans Oven Safe?

IKEA’s kitchen pans are constructed in much the same way that IKEA pots are, from stainless steel and aluminum.

Pans that are constructed from stainless steel are listed on the IKEA website as being oven safe. Pans that are constructed using aluminum are not listed as oven-safe. Of course, all pans on the IKEA website are listed as being safe for use on most cooktops.

Are IKEA’s Food Containers Oven Safe?

IKEA stocks glass food containers, with both plastic clamp lids, and bamboo lids. IKEA’s glass food containers are listed as oven safe, as well as microwave and dishwasher-safe. However, it is important to note that the lids are not oven-proof, and must be removed.

IKEA’s plastic food containers are not oven-proof, as plastics can melt at high temperatures. Instead, these containers are microwavable, but must only be used up to 100 degrees. The lid should also be left ajar to release steam during cooking.

Are IKEA Resealable Bags Oven Proof?

No, IKEA’s resealable food containment bags are not oven-safe, as they are thin, and can only handle temperatures up to 50 degrees. As a result, they also cannot be used in the microwave. However, the IKEA website does list these bags as being freezer safe.

Are IKEA’s Ovenware Items Any Good?

IKEA’s range of ovenware is sturdy and built to last, with deep dish sizes and wide tray sizes, to cook a wide range and variety of ingredients and foods.

IKEA’s ovenware items also come in a wide variety of materials, from stoneware, to metal and even glass. This means that, as well as being sturdy, and capable of handling intense temperatures, they can be matched to an overall kitchen style or aesthetic.


The vast majority of IKEA’s kitchen products are safe for use within ovens, especially those designed specifically for ovens, and items made from steel or glass.

If you are ever unsure about whether one of your IKEA kitchen products is oven safe, you should consult the IKEA website, as each item’s web listing will provide details as to whether they are oven safe.

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Marques Thomas

Marques Thomas graduated with a MBA in 2011. Since then, Marques has worked in the retail and consumer service industry as a manager, advisor, and marketer. Marques is also the head writer and founder of

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