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Pizza Sticks Pan

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Pizza Sticks Pan

This Pizza Sticks Pan is a new offering from Williams-Sonoma, a specialty pan that makes five long, thin mini pizzas. The pan comes with a specially shaped cutter that slices pizza dough into the right shape before putting it into the indentations in the pan. The pizzas can then be topped individually, making it a little easier to customize the toppings than the usual pizza-making convention of doing half or one quarter of a pizza with each topping combination. The real selling point to the pan is that it produces a crispy crust and is nonstick, so it releases the baked pizzas easily and is easy to clean. My usual technique when I use a pan for baking pizza is to coat the top in cornmeal to help prevent sticking, so this is a nice inclusion.

Williams-Sonoma recommends this pan for baking appetizer pizzas, or kid-sized pizzas. It’s definitely not a must-have piece of kitchen equipment because you can easily slice up a full sized pizza for appetizers, or just divide the dough into four small rounds for personal pies, but the finished pizzas do have a really nice look and shape to them. You could also use the pan for baking and shaping long sandwich breads, as well as for baking long cookies, which might be fun to slice up and serve for a party.

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  • Ares
    May 15, 2009

    This would be good for baking specialty breads. We used something similar to this in a restaurant I worked in. There, we used it for special cheese breads we would serve as complimentary appetizers. Ironically, bread would usually stick pretty bad to the pans we used. We should’ve been using these!

  • Cookie
    May 15, 2009

    Those pizza sticks are too cute! I love how it comes with a cutter too. Leave it to William-Sonoma to come up with yet another specialty pan!

  • Katy
    May 15, 2009

    Neat! I like the idea of doing pizzas as well as sandwhich breads.

  • dawn
    May 15, 2009

    I was at a Williams Sonoma (by luck) when they had a demostration on these. It was quite fasinating all the things you could make with them, plus the fact that you did not have to shape the dough (which is nice). I almost bought it to take home, but was so darn expensive.

  • mooseabout
    May 15, 2009

    Williams Sonoma is a great store, very expensive but worth it. I’m going there this weekend and think I’ll get one of these pans. Who doesn’t love pizza?

  • Morta Di Fame
    May 16, 2009

    This is just like the meatball grill basket that I posted a review about on my blog mortadifame.blogspot.com. Its also a Williams-Sonoma, we didn’t know what to make so we made an item you will only use once then hate because you have no place to store it. I guess they are product makers, but lets stick with making good basic stuff, not stuff meant for the trash can! How many things like this have we all bought, then just got rid of cause we can make panini and meatballs the old fashioned way!

  • BrenDiva
    May 17, 2009

    these are great for little healthy snack size pizza’s! I tried them out with me nephews ans it’s a hit!

  • Acai
    May 19, 2009

    Those pizza sticks are too cute! I love how it comes with a cutter too. Leave it to William-Sonoma to come up with yet another specialty pan!

  • winter park chiropractor
    January 25, 2010

    wow…they look really good, I’m really afraid to ask how many calories it has?

  • Affiliate Residual Income
    February 22, 2010

    pizza sticks look like a tasty snack, but how healthy are they.

  • Elaine Moura
    September 1, 2010

    I want to buy one of these pizza stick pans and cannot find them, William Sonoma said that they are discontinued. Do you know of any place that they can be purchased at?
    Thank you.

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