Collection: Cookware & Bakeware Lids

26 products
  • Glass Lid - 12"-inch/30.48-cm - Compatible with Lodge - Fully Assembled Tempered Replacement Cover - Oven Safe for Skillet Pots Pans: Universal for all Cookware: Cast Iron, Stainless Steel, Non-Stick
  • ExcelSteel Universal Lid, 12-1/4", Stainless Steel
  • Corningware R-7-PC 7oz French White Replacement Lids - 4 Pack
  • Cristel Strate Glass Lid, 10", Silver
  • Genuine Instant Pot Tempered Glass Lid, 9 in. (23 cm), 6 Quart, Clear
  • [2 Pack] Multi Sized Lids Universal Silicone Glass Lid for Pots Pans Tempered Glass Food Safe Silicone Rim Cool Touch Handle Steam Vent Dishwasher Safe (8/8.5/9.5/10/11 Red)
  • BK Black Steel Glass Lid, 12", Clear
  • Pot Lid Knob Silicone Universal Pot Lid Cover Knob Handle Kitchen Cookware Lid Replacement 4 Pcs
  • Elegant Live Set of 5 Heat Resistant Microwave Cover - Various Sizes Silicone lids for Bowls, Plate, Pots, Pans - StoveTop, Oven, Fridge and Freezer Safe.
  • TeChef Cookware Tempered Glass Lid (8-Inch)
  • Tops Fitz-All Pot and Pan Cover, Up to 10-Inch
  • ZWILLING J.A. Henckels Cookware Universal Lid, One Size, Silver
  • Pyrex 7201-PC Round 4 Cup Storage Lid for Glass Bowls (2, Blue)
  • Eva Trio Stainless Steel Lid, 20cm
  • PZRT 2-Pack Universal Pot Lid Cover Knob Handle For 6mm Mounting Hole, Kitchen Cookware Replacement Pan Pot Handgrip Lid Knob Cap,Stainless Steel Base Circular Plastic Holding Knob Screw Handle
  • Holikme 16 Pack Silicone Stretch Lids Reusable Durable Fit Different sizes Silicone Covers for Bowls Transparent & Blue
  • Ecolution Ecolution Universal Pots, Pans and Skillets Vented Tempered Glass, Fits 9.5 inch, 10 inch, 12 inch Cookware, Dishwasher Safe, Replacement Lid, Large, Black
  • Universal Lid for Pots, Pans and Skillets - Tempered Glass with Heat Resistant Silicone Rim, Fits 6.5", 7" and 8" Diameter Cookware
  • GOURMEX Tempered Glass Cookware Lid with Stainless Steel Rim and Black Handle to Fit Pots, Frying Pans and Skillets, Equipped with Vent Hole, Dishwasher and Oven Safe, Heat Resistant (11.8 Inc 30 cm)
  • Goodful Universal Lid for Pots, Pans and Skillets, Tempered Glass Steam Vented, Graduated Silicone Rim Fits 9.5", 10" And 12" Cookware, Replacement Top, Large, Black
  • Universal Lid for Pots,Pans and Skillets - Tempered Glass with Heat Resistant Silicone Rim Fits 10.5", 11" and 12" Diameter Cookware,Black
  • GOURMEX Tempered Glass Cookware Lid with Stainless Steel Rim and Sturdy Riveted Handle to Fit Pots, Frying Pans and Skillets, Dishwasher and Oven Safe, Heat Resistant (26cm)
  • Universal Lids for Pots, Pans and Skillets (Set of 2) Silicone Smaller Lid Fits All 7 to 9 Inch Pots and Pans - Silicone Larger Lid Fits 10 to 12 Inch Cookware Replacement Lids (Black)
  • Stainless Steel Universal Lid for Pots, Pans and Skillets - Fits 7 In to 12 In Pots and Pans - Replacement Frying Pan Cover and Cast Iron Skillet Lid

Types Of Cookware And Bakeware To Buy

Cookware & Bakeware Lids is an important part of a good set of cookware. Using the wrong lid on your cookware can cause problems. For instance, you may notice that your cookware has a habit of getting warm to the touch even if you are using the lid properly. What happens is that the steam from your cooking will escape through the lid, and you will still be cooking. To remedy this, simply close the lid when you are done with cooking, and give your cookware a chance to cool down.

Cookware Bakeware Lids


The lid helps keep heat in when you bake, as well as keeping out smoke and steam when you fry. Cooks often prefer to use lids, since pots and pans with lids allow them to control the amount of heat they produce, keeping their food from becoming charred and burned on the exterior. When choosing cookware, you may wish to consider investing in a set of cookware & bakeware that include lids. This way, you can be sure that you have a proper lid for your pots and pans, so you can be sure that they will provide the heat or cooking that you desire.


There are a few different types of cookware & bakeware with lids that you may want to consider purchasing. One type of lid helps to protect you from smoke and steam; another type of lid helps to keep you from being burned on the outside of the pan or pot. Another great advantage to having a lid is that it can also help to keep your cookware cleaner. You can remove the lid and discard the cookware immediately after cooking, avoiding any dishes that could be scorched on the outside.


Cookware & bakeware with lids that do not protect you from steam and smoke are designed to be used over raw foods. This type of cookware is suitable for preparing many different types of meals. A good example of this is a French oven or a cast-iron casserole. These items are typically designed to be used over raw foods, which means you do not have to worry about burning your food if you do not have a protective lid.


A cookware & bakeware set that does include a lid is typically meant to be used over a pot or skillet. The benefit of this type of baking utensil is that it provides protection from burning the food underneath the pot. For example, if you are baking vegetables, you do not want to have those unsightly brown spots on your vegetables because of having the bottom of the pot or skillet exposed to the air. This type of protection is important if you want to ensure that your food does not end up burned.


The material from which the cookware or bakeware is made can have an impact on the functionality of the lid as well. If you have a set of cookware that does not include a lid, you may find that in order to fully protect your food, you will need to buy a lid. Not only will the lid help to protect your food from burning, but it will also allow you to fully utilize all of the features of the cookware set.


There are many different types of cookware and bakeware that have lids that are useful. Some people prefer to use a mesh wire mesh lids for their pots and pans. This is ideal if you do not have a lid to use or if you are looking for maximum airflow. However, some people prefer to use stainless steel mesh or metal lidded lid for their pots and pans. Either type of lid will work well in order to keep your cookware safe from burning.


When you are choosing cookware and bakeware, it is important to take the time to choose the right type of cookware for your cooking needs. Each type of cookware or bakeware is designed for a specific type of cooking. By taking the time to learn about the types of cookware that are available, you will be able to find the cookware that best suits your cooking needs.