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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.

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

by Thanks4Food 5 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 parchme...


Querencia commented 9 months ago

Induction with baking pans

by StripesWaterkat 10 months ago

I'm planning a buffet meal for friends and testing my first induction burner. I'm getting used to it, but of course a...


santiagodraco commented 10 months ago

WS goldtouch or regular USA baking pans?

by Pirendeus 2 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...

tim irvine

tim irvine commented 1 year ago

Baking a Cake - One Pan or Two?

by SallyCinnamon 11 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 pa...


henrysbowl commented 1 year ago

Help! My cakes pans are stuck together!

by dost 8 years ago

I have two 9" rounds, one stuck within the other... Any tips or tricks for releasing? Thanks! Solved! Finally got...


merrilane commented 2 years ago

Change of Baking Pan Size & Type Question

by eenie1 2 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 roun...


outRIAAge commented 2 years ago

ISO Sheet Cake Pan

by DuffyH 3 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?...


Libranflight commented 3 years ago

Nonstick OXO Pro vs. USA Pan

by DLovsky 3 years ago

Maybe I'm late, but I recently (2 months ago) found this OXO Good GripsĀ® Pro Nonstick line at the local BB&B with a s...


gooster commented 3 years ago

Cake Baking cookware and tips

by Sri5227 3 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 wh...


MacGuffin commented 3 years ago

Dented/Scratched Aluminum Baking Pans?

by JayCook 3 years ago

I just received some stuff from Nordicware and some of the items were dented or scratched. Is this normal? I know alu...


darrenk commented 3 years ago

Cookware you're obsessed with...

by nikkib99 3 years ago

I bet some are like me who have a strange obsession with cookware or certain types of it. Looking through your colle...


JTPhilly commented 3 years ago

What pan to bake this cake in?

by pine time 3 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, bund...

Caitlin McGrath

Caitlin McGrath commented 3 years ago

Wilton Christmas Tree Cake Pan Help Please!

by Tedmom 11 years ago

I purchased the Wilton Christmas Tree cake pan last year. I was not very successful in making any kind of decent cak...


grannytina commented 3 years ago

cake baking pans

by midtownDiner123 10 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 suggestio...


addicted2cake commented 3 years ago

Can you help me avoid a bundt cake disaster?

by mrhein 12 years ago

I recently purchased a Williams Sonoma fleur-de-lis bundt pan, and a few of the bundt cake mixes to go with it. (I ha...


rockycat commented 3 years ago

Should I downsize my bakeware? Things I should add?

by pistachio peas 3 years ago

I am moving and thinking about downsizing a bit, especially if some duplicate/redundant items can be replaced with th...


DuffyH commented 3 years ago

Round cake pan - help please!

by pumpkinspice 3 years ago

I feel a little silly asking this question but here goes. I do not own a round cake pan so never have I made a layere...


pine time commented 3 years ago

Cakes suddenly sinking in middle

by willownt 3 years ago

I recently bought a Kuhn Rikon push pan, and have used it to make about four different cakes, including ones I had pr...


krissyafite commented 3 years ago

Baby Shower Cake Using the Nordic Ware Gingerbread Cake Pan

by lukfam 3 years ago

I want to make a cake for a baby shower using the Nordic Ware gingerbread cake pan as the center of the display. I w...


MidwesternerTT commented 3 years ago

Swapping cake pans - risky or foolproof?

by fleenshop 3 years ago

I'm an occasional baker looking through recipes for one to make tomorrow. I don't have a full selection of cake pans....


Michelle commented 3 years ago