Lodge Cast Iron Griddle – Just $29.97

I’m not sure how long this price will last, but I just spotted a Lodge LDP3 Reversible Double Play Grill & Griddle at Amazon for only $29.97 (down from $49.95) with free shipping if you have Amazon Prime.  Super, amazing price!

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I just bought a different Lodge Cast Iron Griddle last week when it was half off, and I’m so excited about it!  I made pancakes with it a few days ago and it saved me so much time.  Plus, cooking on cast iron always turns out such tasty food!

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  1. Missy says

    I have an all clad griddle that I got for Christmas a few years ago. I love it, but I think it’s nonstick. I’d love to have a cast iron one. :)

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  2. Stacy says

    Do you have issues with one section getting too brown or burnt, and others still being raw, when you cook with a griddle like this? I have a square Lodge cast iron pan (one burner size) and it burns the center of the pancake while the outside edges are raw. I can only cook one pancake or grilled cheese at a time, not fun because I have six hungry children. Making a double batch of pancakes takes over 30 minutes. I’ve tried preheating the pan for 15 minutes before cooking, and the outside edges are still too cool. I thought about getting a counter top griddle pan (non stick) but my husband hates non-stick because of the chemicals.

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    Laura Reply:

    A little bit, but as I’m getting used to it (I just got it last week), I’m finding the perfect way to get it hot, and keep it at the right temp with both burners. It’s a learning curve, for sure!

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    Lana Reply:

    Stacy, I raised 5 children and I know how it is to cook for starving children! I learned that grilled cheese does very well in the oven. I used a heavy weight baking sheet and filled it with sandwiches. Bake at 400 degrees for about 5-7 minutes. Turn and brown the other side. They brown on the bottom. This makes very good and easy grilled cheese.

    I had the same problem with the Lodge cast iron griddle and finally went to a counter top griddle which I do not regret even though it is nonstick. I don’t use nonstick everyday so I think the once a week that I use it for pancakes is going to be okay.

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    Stacy Reply:

    Thank you Lana and Laura. What a great idea, to bake them in the oven.

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  3. Heather says

    This is the one I have and we love it! This is a great price, especially for it not being from the factory store. Personally i can’t imagine not having a big two burner griddle!

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  4. JJ says

    How do you clean your case iron?

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    Laura Reply:

    I just clean mine with hot water and my pampered chef rubber scraper.

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  5. Sue R says

    I just ordered mine. I am loving all my cast iron. I especially love that we will be able to use this camping on our camp stove. Awesome price!

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  6. Tracy says

    I’m not very experienced with cast iron for pancakes. How do you keep the batter from sticking to the texture of the iron?

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    Laura Reply:

    Once the cast iron is seasoned well, it becomes a non-stick surface. In the meantime, I always use a generous amount of butter, coconut oil, or palm shortening to keep the pancakes from sticking. That keeps the pancakes from sticking, plus helps with the seasoning process!

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  7. Marie says

    The seasoned cast iron pans/griddles are sprayed with soybean oil, just an fyi.

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    Randi Reply:

    I know, and I wish they’d be more forthcoming with that! It took me a while to find out, but thankfully I did so I didn’t buy it. No GMOs for me!

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  8. Randi says

    Unfortunately, Lodge seasons their products with genetically modified soy. It’s dangerous because of the GMOs, and especially to those with soy allergies. Just a warning…

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