Springform Pans


Round cake pans vs springform pans

by E_M 7 years ago

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

My very costly "leak-proof" springform pan leaks! Can I prevent this?

by hungryinmanhattan 7 years ago

I know about wrapping the outside of the pan with foil, but that doesn't prevent the leaks. It just catches the batter so it doesn't make a mess. It still leaked into the foil! Any great tips to s...

Which side of the bottom of a springform pan is up? - Moved from Home Cooking board

by gmm 8 years ago

Trying to bake a cake in one of my mother's springform pans. Does the bottom piece go in lip side up or down? The bottom piece also has dimples, the lip side is the bumpy side. Am I making any s...

Help! Using a 8" springform instead of 9"

The Oracle
by The Oracle 11 years ago

....making a cheesecake using an 8" springform instead of a 9". I plan to make the recipe as it reads, but I'm not sure how much batter to leave out. The recipe calls for the cheesecake, plus a s...

Tinned steel or aluminum springform pan?

by qwerty1 4 years ago

I was wondering if you recommend tinned steel or aluminum for a springform pan? Is there a difference between the two besides pricing and material? I haven't been able to find very much informati...

The recipe calls for an 8-inch springform pan...

by CindyJ 4 years ago

My springform pan is 9". Should I (1) double or otherwise adjust the recipe to increase the ingredients; (2) use an 8" pan that's not a springform pan; (3) go ahead with the recipe as-is; or (4) n...

Adjust recipe to different springform pan size?

by anm 5 years ago

I'm making cheesecake. The recipe specifies a 10" springform pan. My largest is 9". To my surprise, that's about a 20% smaller area. Should I reduce the amounts of the ingredients by 4/5ths, or bak...

Kaiser versus Fat Daddio springform pans

tim irvine
by tim irvine 5 years ago

Anyone have any experiences they'd like to share? Bonus points for experience with both and a willingness to compare. Years ago I had experience with a Kaiser. The bottom was a repeating raised ...

Quality Springform Pan - Is Kaiser the best?

by Breadcrumbs 5 years ago

My current springform pan is warped and poorly constructed. I'd like to replace it with a quality piece and I've researched "springform pan" here on the Cookware boards. It seems a number of fo...

springform, ring-shaped, with decorate molded bottom?

by mstrimel 5 years ago

I've inherited this ancient pan from my MIL and would love to know what it's supposed to be for? It's a metal springform, but the removable bottom (top?) is molded with decorations, like the top o...

Springform Pan substitute

by Lorry13 6 years ago

I really want to make this chocolate hazelnut torte from epicurious http://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/Chocolate-Hazelnut-Torte-10876 but it requires a springform pan. Given I have a ...

Springform pans

by Kontxesi 6 years ago

If a recipe calls for me to use a springform pan, am I going to seriously regret it if I use another pan? I don't own and have never used a springform. I'd run out and get one, but even a cheap one...

Cake Mix in a Springform Pan?

by CurlieGlamourGirlie 6 years ago

This is a very silly question, but I have a fantastic 10" spring form pan. Can I mix a 'regular' cake mix up and bake it in that or will it leak???

Springform Pan that Doesn't Leak?

by morphone 11 years ago

There has to be a springform pan out there that doesn't leak... but I've yet to find it. I've currently got this one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0000ULZYK And no dice... leaks every t...

HELP! How do you make flourless torte without a SPRINGFORM PAN?!

by El_Duderino 6 years ago

I'm trying to make a Chocolate Truffle Torte but I don't have a springform pan. All I have are glass baking dishes! Also, I don't have wax/parchment paper. I only have foil. Can I troubleshoot ...

Springform Pans [moved from Seattle board]

by klumpheidi 7 years ago

I'm trying to find a good Springform Pan, and figure out if i want it metal or if i shouldn't go for metal. I've had a few that rusted, i feel like they where really cheap ones you buy 3 for about...

Cheesecake/Springform question.

by lyri 7 years ago

Okay, so I'm a total newbie at cheesecake. I plan on baking two cheesecakes in one day and I only have one springform pan. Can I just chill the first one half way (maybe 2 or 3 hours) and transfer ...

New York Times Plum Torte--Springform Pan Necessary?

by pastaguy 7 years ago

All, My grandmother makes a plum torte (http://www.nytimes.com/2005/09/21/dining/216frex.html) from the New York Times that everyone loves, and now that I'm both out of the house and having com...

Springform vs. typical cake pan

by burgeoningfoodie 8 years ago

My post contains at least two questions... 1. Unless it is a cheesecake, can a typical cake pan be used instead of a spring form? 2. If a spring form is needed, what are some quality and rela...

recs for springform pan for cheesecake?

by qwerty78 8 years ago

going to attempt my first pumpkin cheesecake this thanks giving. any suggestions? the one at williams sonoma is a bit expensive for me (i'll likely use it a handful of times a year) thanks