Bake gifts right in the package with these attractive, greaseproof paper loaf pans. Best of all, there’s no need to empty or wash the baking pans. Can bake up to 450°. Sizes sold separately, not as a set.
Great gifts for the baker.
No more cleaning metal baking pans.
Paper baking molds are designed to be part of the presentation.
Rigid, freestanding food-safe construction.
Available in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit all your baking needs.
Fine for the freezer and microwave, and oven safe up to 390°F.
I used this last year for my pumpking bread that I sell and it was exellent. Easy cleanup and makes a good presentation and since they are made of paper the value is great. I'm going to order them againg for the fall
I don't normally write reviews, but I loved these paper loaf molds and needed to share my opinion of them. I purchased the 6"" loaf pans to make zucchini bread as favors for a baby shower. Not only did they look adorable all packaged up (I packaged the bread loaves into cellophane bags and tied a ribbon on the end with a recipe card attached), but they baked so evenly and literally fell out of the mold when you flipped them over. The bread could not have been more moist. I plan to order more to have on hand for last minute gift ideas...I think a nice mini loaf of bread would make a great teacher's gift for the holidays
Perfect size for gift giving. I receive many compliments not only for its good taste but for its very professional look. Living on an island paradise limits shopping possibilities--thank goodness for Sur La Table. Items ordered are received within days--all packed with care and undamaged. I've been ordering baking supplies from them for years now and will continue in the future.
Hunny Is The Chef & Tried A New Quick Bread Recipe. Very Thick & Dense Batter. It Took 1 & 1/2 Hours To Bake & Was Terrific! No Burned Places Anywhere & Higher Sugar Batters Can/Do Burn. Recommend For Useage When Attempting To Receive A ""Pan"" Back And Never Does Return
These are a very nice quality, and they serve their purpose well. They are great for when you have a ton of gift breads. Honestly though, if I only have a few gifts to give, I will give the breads in nice pans, for the recipient to keep, as you should never, EVER ask for your pan back, as in the south, that would be considered 'unwomanly', impolite, and everyone would think you don't know what you're doing as a homemaker. But, like I said, if you are giving MANY gifts where a nice pan would overload your expenses, this is a very nice option
Received a bread present years ago, in this pretty container. Asked where they got them, ordered some and began my cranberry Christmas gifts, ten years ago. Now my daughter is doing the same . They bake so moist and are pretty with a ribbon around them. Thank you la sur table. Pamela price
Ive used these loaf pans from another site before and they work pretty well, they seem to be the same. the only thing is they have a couple of small holes on each end, but I just put parchment paper on top and it is fine, since my batter is on the thicker side.
I have ordered these many times. The downside to this particular style is that it has pinholes and so the batter drips a little. But the quality is better than some others I have tried. So I lay a sheet of wax paper in the bottom of each pan.
Are you sure these are the correct dimensions? An 8in long paper "pan" that's only 2 1/2in wide seems like it'd make an odd shaped loaf of bread. My regular metal pans are over 4 in wide but are only 8 1/2 in long. Thanks.
Bake gifts right in the package with these attractive, greaseproof paper loaf pans. Best of all, there’s no need to empty or wash the baking pans. Can bake up to 450. There are no pinholes in the bottom of these pans.
Best Answer:The ones that I previously purchased from King Arthur showed the were made in Italy and they look like these. I just recently purchased this batch from Sur la table to have on hand when I need them. I do know they are very neat for gifts for folks and no need to grease and flour.
Best Answer:You get the paper loaf pans alone. That way you can get creative with your presentation. Holiday cello bags or brightly colored ribbons. I also like that you can order as many or as few as you need. Happy gift giving.
Best Answer:I'm not sure how you bake your cheesecake, but if you set it in a pan of water, I would say no. unless maybe you're wrapping it in aluminum foil before hand. The paper loaf pans do have pin-sized holes on the bottom, so unless your batter is pretty thick, it might seep out. I use these for baking fruitcake, the batter is not very runny.
When cooking fruit cake do you have to line these paper pans with paper because of the long cooking time?
A shopper on Nov 3, 2014
Best Answer:I use these for fruitcake and don't line or grease them, which is the beauty since I hate doing either when I bake. My batter is pretty thick so I don't know if that makes a difference. When done, the fruitcake might be a bit harder to remove from the pan, but the pan survives well and I can still remove the cakes intact. Since the pans are smaller in volume than a regular loaf pan, I can reduce the cooking time as well and get about 6 in the oven at a time. It really cuts down the time, from a whole day affair to just several hours.
Will the bread/cake brown properly when baked in the paper?
A shopper on Aug 30, 2014
Best Answer:Yes! I was sceptical about these molds, but bought them on the recommendation of a friend. I made 10 loaves of zucchini bread for gifting, and every one turned out great. The following week, I made some in foil pans that I got from the grocery store - they did not turn out so well. Will definitely be buying more of these in the future.