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Heavy 18-gauge anodized-aluminum pie pan features a ½" flat rim for perfect crust every time. Fifty percent deeper than most pie pans, the anodized aluminum is also non-reactive with acidic and dairy ingredients. Every piece of Fat Daddio∈:s...Read More

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Heavy 18-gauge anodized-aluminum pie pan features a ½" flat rim for perfect crust every time. Fifty percent deeper than most pie pans, the anodized aluminum is also non-reactive with acidic and dairy ingredients. Every piece of Fat Daddio∈:s anodized bakeware offers superior baking performance, even heat distribution, improved safety and durability.

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  • Care: Hand wash
  • Dimensions: 9" and 10"
  • Material: 18-gauge anodized aluminum
BENEFITS:
  • Heavy 18-gauge anodized-aluminum pie pan
  • Features a ½" flat rim for perfect crust every time
  • 50% deeper than most pie pan
  • Anodized aluminum is non-reactive with acidic and dairy ingredients
  • Every piece of Fat Daddio’s anodized bakeware offers outstanding quality
  • Superior baking performance
  • Even heat distribution
  • Improved safety
  • Improved durability
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Customer Reviews

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MY 10" Pie Pan
I love the thickness of the quality pan, plus I know it bakes well
the only thing I was a little disappointed with is with its nine and
one half inch size it fits right into my older 10" pan by a a 1/2 "
but this is small compared to its baking quality and it is hardly noticeable when pie is served. I love the pan.
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August 15, 2014
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I bought this pan yesterday. When I got home, I realized the edge was chipped. I decided to keep it anyways. Couldn't get the glue from the label off the pan. It's still stuck there. Extremely annoying
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need new pan
carolann l on Aug 31, 2014
I have a big family and I have only one 10" pin pan and I needed another 10". A 9 or 8" won't cut it yes that inch makes a difference in a slice or not and these are hard to find.
Katherine M on Jul 31, 2014
Light weight Pie Pan for the camper
Elizabeth P on Aug 1, 2014
I need smaller pie tins

There are only 2 of us and I have several pans in different sizes, but for just us I would like a few in the 7"" or 8"" size (measured across the top opening). That size would be just right for two desserts or two pot pie meals but I can't find them anywhere. Do you know if they are made and sold anywhere
A shopper on Oct 12, 2011
Best Answer: I also want a 7"" pie tin and the one SLT sells is the perfect size. The only problem is that all you have to do is look at them and they rust. Very cheap tinned steel. No fault of SLT, they don't manufacture them. I am grateful they have them because they are great for half pie recipes. Hand wash only and keep them oiled when not in use. You can also use 2 Emile Henry 5"" ceramic plates instead. They hold about the same as one 7"" pan
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How deep are the Daddio pie pans
A shopper on Dec 26, 2011
Best Answer: Heavy 18-gauge anodized-aluminum pie pan features a _"" flat rim for perfect crust every time. Fifty percent deeper than most pie pans, the anodized aluminum is also non-reactive with acidic and dairy ingredients. Every piece of Fat Daddio_:s anodized bakeware offers superior baking performance, even heat distribution, improved safety and durability. These pans are all 2"" deep
Reply · Report · CarrieSLTCS on Jan 4, 2012
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