This Rachael Ray Dutch oven Is only $35

Rachael Ray Dutch Oven

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Winter is in full swing, and while, yes, that means you’re likely dealing with frigid weather, it also means it’s soup season! If you’re a fan of everything from chili to chicken noodle, there’s a dutch oven deal from JCPenney that will help make this soup season the best one yet.

For a limited time, you can get Rachael Ray’s 5-Quart Nonstick Dutch Oven for just $35 at JCPenney!

Rachael Ray 5-qt Non-Stick Dutch Oven

$35 (was $80) at JCPenney

While of course, soup is one of our favorite meals, the dutch oven does so much more than that. You can braise, roast and bake in the tool as well as make pastas and more. You can even put it in the oven where it can be heated at up to 400 degrees Fahrenheit, so you can make everything from bread to meats to desserts.

MORE: The best Dutch oven recipes to try this fall

JCPenney isn’t the only place you can snag a deal on the Dutch oven, though. Right now, you can head over to the official Rachael Ray website and snag the exact same Dutch oven for $25! It comes in the same color ways and has all the same features.

Rachael Ray 5 Quart Dutch Oven

$25 (was $80) at Rachael Ray

Turns out that the Dutch oven isn’t the only item on sale over at the Rachael Ray website. You can pick up a 14-piece cookware set for just $100, a non-stick grill pan for $22, and a covered steamer set for $40!

If you’ve been on the hunt for the best cookware, these Rachael Ray deals mean it’s time to start shopping.

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