Pizza trays and pizza pans

Create delicious pizzas with a quality pizza tray. Shop a range of non-stick stainless steel, aluminium and cast iron pizza pans and pizza plates Australia wide.



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Perfect your homemade pizzas with a premium pizza tray

While quality dough and toppings are essential for making a delicious pizza, the pizza tray is a key factor in whether or not your pizza is cooked to perfection.

Pizza trays are available in a range of materials, surfaces and sizes depending on your pizza preferences. Explore the full range online at Kitchen Warehouse.

Easy to clean dishwasher and oven safe pizza trays available

We carry a range of non-stick pizza trays, baking trays and tins that are easy to clean, dishwasher safe and able to withstand high oven temperatures for best results.

To preserve the quality of your pizza trays, always follow the manufacturer's cleaning and cooking instructions.

Choosing the best material - Aluminium, stainless steel or cast iron

  • Aluminium. These are lightweight and provide stable even heating. Anodised aluminium pans include a dark finish that is resistant to corrosion and flaking; and helps decrease cooking time.

  • Stainless steel. Available in different styles, easy to clean, long-lasting and highly efficient at transferring heat.

  • Cast-iron. Similar to carbon steel, this material heats up very quickly and retains heat exceptionally well. Highly durable and can be used in all types of cooking equipment, in a range of temperature settings. Silicone-glazed pans reduce the amount of oil needed and help prevent sticking. Uncoated pizza pans require longer cooking times due to their light colour and reflective properties.

Size can mean everything when it comes to cooking a pizza

Pizza pans are available in different shapes and sizes to accommodate a variety of oven sizes, storage spaces, and pizza preferences. Be sure to measure your oven first to ensure the pan will fit. Alternatively, you can also choose two smaller pans that fit side by side in the oven.

Common pizza pan shapes are round, square, or rectangular and are available in different levels of thickness, measured by gauge. Thicker pans require longer cooking times and produce a doughier crust.

Best pizza pans for your outdoor pizza oven

As outdoor pizza ovens are fuelled by exceptionally high heat, you will need pizza trays that can withstand such extreme temperatures such as cast iron, or light beaten steel pizza pans.

These materials are safe to use in high temperatures, durable and won’t warp over time.

Pizza pans perfect for cooking in the conventional oven

  • Hard anodised pans. Have a darker finish that retains heat and reduces cooking times.

  • Silicone glazed pans. These are simply hard anodised pans with additional non-stick coating that reduces the need for lots of oil or flour on the pan. There is also no need to season these before first use.

  • Uncoated pans. These should be seasoned before first use. Their inherent light colour generally results in longer cooking times due to slower heat absorption.

Pizza stones vs pizza trays - which makes the best pizza?

The type of pizza tray you choose will depend on your pizza preferences.

Pizza trays

  • Trays are great for everyday use in conventional ovens however will take a little longer to heat up

  • Lightweight, easy to clean and store

  • Trays also provide more flexibility in the taste and texture of your pizza dough

Pizza stones

  • Stones mimic the cooking process used in wood fire ovens

  • Quicker to heat and retain heat exceptionally well

  • The porous surface of the stone absorbs excess moisture from the dough, creating a crispier crust

Pizza Pan With Holes Vs. No Holes: What is the difference

  • Without holes. This style has a longer heating and cooking time and is ideal if you like soft and chewy pizzas. These trays can also be used for cakes, pies, roasts and other general cooking and baking needs, making them a highly versatile option.

  • With holes. Also known as perforated, these pizza crisper trays have little holes or vents on the base to allow hot air to circulate through both sides and evenly cook pizza. This allows for faster cooking time, less cooking moisture and a crispy base.

Additional accessories to purchase with your pizza trays

  • Baking pans

  • Baking sheets

  • Mixers

  • Timers

  • Pizza cutter

  • Platters

  • Thermometers

  • Aprons

How to clean and care for a pizza pan

  1. Using warm soapy water, clean pizza trays with a non-abrasive sponge

  2. For extra stubborn stains, sprinkle baking soda onto pan before leaving pan to soak in warm soapy water for 15 – 30 minutes

  3. Scrub the rim of the pan, including the interior side of the lip to remove grease if needed

  4. Rinse the pan with warm, running water and dry thoroughly before storage

Brands we know and trust

We carry a range of baking dishes, bakers tools, strainers, jugs, cutlery, stockpots, fryers, and woks from Australia and around the world from brands such as Bakemaster. Explore the wide range we have available at Kitchen Warehouse.

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What size pizza tray should I buy?
A 12 inch round pizza pan is a standard size tray that will fit most ovens and will produce approximately 8 slices

What is the best pizza tray available?
Opt for non-stick anodised aluminium pizza trays or ceramic stone as they warm up quickly, retain heat and cook pizzas evenly.