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Cake Pans

Cake pans come in every size, shape, and material. Ask Chowhounds which ones you should stock your kitchen with, and discuss your favorite brands.

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Cheap baking pan question

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by Duane70515 1 month ago

I want to bake some pies for our local first responders. I want to use some cheap single use pans. Does anyone have an idea how to adjust temperature and cooking time so pies don't burn? I use glas...

Cake pan size question for the bakers

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by tcamp 6 months ago

One of my food goals is to bake more cakes in 2020. I've been totally inspired by the beautiful cakes being made here. However, I plan on gifting the cakes to friends who are single or small famili...

Round cake pans vs springform pans

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by E_M 8 years ago

What are the advantages of a round cake pan compared to an equally-sized round springform pan? Thank you.

8" Cake Pans

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by arielleeve 1 year ago

I've been doing a ton of research and can't come to a conclusion about the best metal cake pans. Looking for 8". Cook's Illustrated recommends the Nordic Ware, Serious Eats the Fat Daddio. Some thi...

Cake pan size question - 8 inch vs 9 inch for almost flourless cake?

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by hotknife 1 year ago

i am making a gateau au chocolat fondant au nathalie (link attached) - it calls for an 8inch cake pan. i have a 9 inch cake pan. the recipe is mostly eggs, butter, sugar and chocolate - there is on...

USA Pan vs Nordic Ware

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by starzzz 1 year ago

Looking to purchase a few baking cake pans. Any thoughts how USA Pan compares to Nordic Ware

Parchment paper along with butter and flour in a cake pan?

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by Thanks4Food 7 years ago

Could someone explain to me why so many recipes tell you to butter and flour a cake pan and then line it with parchment paper? Why would the butter and flour still be necessary--at least on the bot...

Induction with baking pans

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by StripesWaterkat 2 years ago

I'm planning a buffet meal for friends and testing my first induction burner. I'm getting used to it, but of course aluminum pans won't works with it and I can't afford expensive 100 dollar steel p...

WS goldtouch or regular USA baking pans?

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by Pirendeus 4 years ago

I'm aware that both pan lines are made by USA Pans...but is there a difference other than the color and the cost? Has anyone owned both and can give a good comparison? Or has anyone experienced any...

Baking a Cake - One Pan or Two?

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by SallyCinnamon 13 years ago

I have a recipe that says to pour my prepared batter into two 9" round cake pans...if I have a really deep 9" cake pan can I just pour it all in that and then cut it into two layers after. Will it...

Help! My cakes pans are stuck together!

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by dost 9 years ago

I have two 9" rounds, one stuck within the other... Any tips or tricks for releasing? Thanks! Solved! Finally got a knife in the lips, and pried them apart! Whew! Saved!

Change of Baking Pan Size & Type Question

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by eenie1 3 years ago

I want to make a chai-spiced banana bread I usually bake in a 9X5 loaf pan in either an 8X8 square or and 8 inch round or 9 inch round spring-form pan. My hope is then to half it, fill it, and fro...

ISO Sheet Cake Pan

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by DuffyH 5 years ago

I like my 9 x 13 Emile Henry ceramic pan, but it's sides slope quite a bit. Is there another pan that is less angled? I still want to be able to use my bench scraper to cut brownies and such, and d...

Nonstick OXO Pro vs. USA Pan

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by DLovsky 4 years ago

Maybe I'm late, but I recently (2 months ago) found this OXO Good Grips® Pro Nonstick line at the local BB&B with a somewhat higher price tag (of course, it's OXO). http://www.bedbathandbeyond.com...

Cake Baking cookware and tips

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by Sri5227 5 years ago

Hi All, I would like to try making the cakes at home. I haven't made them at all till now. I am just looking on which pans and other things I have to buy for making the cake. I would like to sta...

Dented/Scratched Aluminum Baking Pans?

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by JayCook 4 years ago

I just received some stuff from Nordicware and some of the items were dented or scratched. Is this normal? I know aluminum is softer but since they are brand new, I expected them to be okay. Is ...

Cookware you're obsessed with...

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by nikkib99 5 years ago

I bet some are like me who have a strange obsession with cookware or certain types of it. Looking through your collection, what types of cookware are you unabashedly obsessed? Whilst I have a f...

What pan to bake this cake in?

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by pine time 4 years ago

Recipe is for a pina colada tres leches cake, but wants you to use 12 8-oz Mason jars. I want to use cake pans, bundt pan, something more conventional. Just from the 96 oz of the jars, can someon...

Wilton Christmas Tree Cake Pan Help Please!

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by Tedmom 12 years ago

I purchased the Wilton Christmas Tree cake pan last year. I was not very successful in making any kind of decent cake in it. Not only could I never get one to stand up when put together, the cake...

cake baking pans

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by midtownDiner123 11 years ago

are my non-stick springform pans the reason my cakes are really too crisp on the edges? if so, can i get a suggestion on pans that won't cause this problem? i'm going to get an oven thermometer...