All Corningware products are microwave safe. Even the Corningware French White Gold cookware with the gold band around the edges is safe to use in the microwave. The Corningware line of bakeware is also suitable for use in the refrigerator, freezer, oven and dishwasher.
Corningware is a line of baking dishes made from a glass-ceramic material much like the type used in the 1950s on the nose cones of rockets to absorb dramatic temperature changes upon entering and exiting the Earth's atmosphere. Corningware does not absorb stains or odors, and it can go from freezer to oven without danger of breaking.Learn More
Pyrex is oven safe. It is also dishwasher safe, microwave safe and suitable for freezing. A Pyrex dish can be placed directly into the oven or microwave from the refrigerator but should not be placed on a direct heat source, such as a gas or electric stovetop.Full Answer >
Ceramic cookware is safe to prepare and serve food in when it is labeled as a Perfluorooctanoic acid-free product. Cookware that is PFOA may still be used safely, as long as the cookware is not scratched or dented. This food-safe ceramic cookware is typically labeled as being PFOA free.Full Answer >
CorningWare is oven-safe, and it is also designed to go from the freezer to the oven and then right to the table. It is safe in conventional, convection and microwave ovens. It is also dishwasher-safe.Full Answer >
The FDA states, "Foods and drinks should not be heated on melamine-based dinnerware in microwave ovens." When melamine comes in contact with acidic foods and is heated to a temperature of 160 degrees fahrenheit or higher, the chemical compounds can leach out into food.Full Answer >