"My Big Iron Skillet" is a song written by Bryan Creswell and Wilda Creswell. It was recorded and released as a single by American country, rock, and Christian artist, Wanda Jackson.
The song was recorded at the Columbia Recording Studio on March 29, 1969 in Nashville, Tennessee, United States. "My Big Iron Skillet" was officially released as a single in September 1969, peaking at number twenty on the Billboard MagazineHot Country Singles chart. It was her first top-twenty single since 1967. The song was issued on Jackson's 1970 studio album, Wanda Jackson Country.
Music journalist, Robert K. Oermann and anthropologist, Mary A. Bufwack called this song, "threatening" since Jackson threatens to kill the song's antagonist with a kitchen skillet.