This trio of terrific Dutch ovens has one for every budget.

By Hayley Sugg
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Dutch ovens pull more than double duty in the kitchen. Perfect for braising short ribs, creating a crunchy crust on a loaf of sourdough, or slow roasting an entire chicken, it's no wonder this versatile pot is on a lot of wish lists this holiday season.

So whether it's for your mother-in-law who wants to boost her baking game, or your husband that wants to long-simmer soups, one of our top three Dutch oven choices will fit the bill (and your budget).

Lodge Cast Iron

Lodge Cast Iron 4.5 Quart Enameled Dutch Oven

Although Lodge is known for their traditional cast iron products, their line of enameled cookware makes clean up a lot easier. The Lodge 4.5 Quart Enameled Dutch Oven boasts a non-reactive beige interior, even heating, and being oven-safe up to 500 degrees. Plus with it being under $100, you're sure to impress while getting a bargain.

Buy it: $79.95;


Milo 5.5 Quart Enameled Classic Dutch Oven

Milo may be one of the newest Dutch oven manufacturers on the market, but that doesn't mean their products aren't of the highest quality. Their cookware come with a lifetime guarantee, so it's sure to be a new family heirloom. Plus this Milo Dutch oven is dishwasher safe and features a sleek, sophisticated look that's perfect for taking straight from the oven to the dinner table.

Buy it: $110;

Le Creuset

Le Creuset 4.5 Quart Round Dutch Oven

Le Creuset is an iconic cookware brand that has been trusted by cooks for generations. Their Dutch ovens, while they come with a hefty price tag, are well-known for their durability, heat retention, and ability to be handed down in families. Each piece is inspected by-hand for culinary craftsmanship in their French factory, meaning that you can feel confident that your money is well spent.

Buy it: $320;

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