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Tulip Springform Pans

Tulip Pans

A springform pan is a cake pan with removable sides. It is most often used to make delicate cakes that can’t easily be flipped out of a regular pan, such as cheesecakes and souffle cakes, though you can use it for baking any type of cake.  These Tulip Springform Pans are another example of a place where a springform wall can come in handy – ... Read More »

Heart Shaped Springform Pans for Valentine’s Day

Heart Springform Pans

A springform pan is a type of cake pan that has removable sides, held together by an adjustable latch or buckle. They’re great for cheesecakes and other delicate baked goods since you don’t need to flip the pan upside down to get things out. Most springform pans are round, but every once in a while you’ll see a shaped one and, around Valentine’s Day, these ... Read More »

Kuhn Rikon Leakproof PushPans

Kuhn Rikon Leakproof PushPans

A springform pan is a type of cake pan with removable sides, designed specifically for baking delicate desserts like cheesecake that cannot be turned upside down when removing them from a pan, like plain cakes can be. These pans are great to work with, but the seals around the bottom of the pan aren’t usually that tight, which means that these pans tend to leak. ... Read More »

Cook’s Illustrated tests springform pans

Springform pans

A springform pan is a type of cake pan that has removable sides. The strip of metal that makes up the sides of the pan is shaped into a ring and is held together with an adjustable latch or buckle. It can be tightened by snapping the latch into place, tightening the ring and creating a tight seal with the pan’s base. When unlatched, the ... Read More »

Why use a springform pan?

Springform pan

A springform pan is a type of cake pan that has removable sides. The strip of metal that makes up the sides of the pan is shaped into a ring and is held together with an adjustable latch or buckle. It can be tightened by snapping the latch into place, tightening the ring and creating a tight seal with the pan’s base. When unlatched, the ... Read More »

Springform Cake Pan with Two Bottoms

The average vanilla or chocolate cake recipe can be adapted to fit pans of all different shapes and sizes, but once you have a pan selected, that is the only shape you’re going to get for that cake. This is assuming that something doesn’t go horribly wrong with the recipe, resulting in a cake that looks like a science experiment, of course. A bundt pan ... Read More »

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