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Fat Daddio’s Springform Pans

Fat Daddio’s anodized pans offer superior baking performance, even heat distribution, improved safety and durability. The 18-gauge anodized aluminum is also non-reactive with acidic and dairy ingredients.Read More

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Fat Daddio’s anodized pans offer superior baking performance, even heat distribution, improved safety and durability. The 18-gauge anodized aluminum is also non-reactive with acidic and dairy ingredients.

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  • Heavy 18-gauge anodized-aluminum 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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  • Dimensions: 8" x 3", 9" x 3", 10" x 3"
  • Material: 18-gauge anodized aluminum

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  • Hand wash
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Impressive!
I had this for 6 months before I put it to work and now it is earning it's keep! Fabulous even cooking from cheesecakes to buttermilk upside down cakes. Lightweight and really easy to clean. Love the catch rim for minor oozing. Going to order the square one next!
July 27, 2011
In a word...PERFECTION!
I think I'm in love...

I have always been taught that to get professional results, start with professional equipment. I have found perfection in this springform pan. I looooove how the base is pushed up and how easy the ring just locks around the base without having to fidget to see if the bottom is seated well. The pan bakes like a dream. Easy to release cheesecke and perfect in color and texture. Cleanup was a snap, I literally just wiped it clean
September 14, 2011
 

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MARY R on May 2, 2016
First, I read the positive reviews on these particular pans. In particular, I love the fact that the cream cheese filling does-not leak through the bottom of the pan. I bought 2, (8-inch),to use for my New York style cheesecake. Looking forward, to finally, utilizing a good-quality piece of equipment, rather than the junk im presently using.
virginia g on Apr 1, 2016
wedding gift
MARY R on May 2, 2016
I want to try it out and compare to the Williams Sonoma gold line. Also they have a 10" pan which I needed and WS did not.
Karen E on Apr 24, 2016
First, I read the positive reviews on these particular pans. In particular, I love the fact that the cream cheese filling does-not leak through the bottom of the pan. I bought 2, (8-inch),to use for my New York style cheesecake. Looking forward, to finally, utilizing a good-quality piece of equipment, rather than the junk im presently using.
virginia g on Apr 1, 2016
never heard of the brand and wanted to try it out
Joseph K on Mar 7, 2016
I chose these pans because of the lighter finish. Many springforms come in dark metal and can cook cakes too fast.
Maryann C on Mar 6, 2016
I live alone and wanted something small.
KEITH Y on Feb 24, 2016
I refurbished an entire kitchen--including the old and outdated gadgets and appliances. I had never had a springform pan before; however, since so many recipes call for them, I wanted to give it a try. The fact that this pan is touted as non-reactive to lemon and other acidic foods is a plus
Barbara N on Feb 20, 2016
Needed a larger Springform Pan
Laurie N on Feb 20, 2016
Needed a new pan
Regina L H on Dec 7, 2015
gift request
Aaron G on Dec 5, 2015
it has an extra water bath sheet under
Gina C on Dec 2, 2015
Great reviews.
Kathleen G on Nov 23, 2015
it is a good price and it is surprisingly hard to find different sizes of springform pans.
Giovanna D on Sep 7, 2015
I needed new cake pans. Although I can't say I'm happy with them. My cakes came out lopsided.
Veronica C on Sep 3, 2015
This particular product size is very hard to find in stores.
Lynda A on Sep 1, 2015
Needed 10 inch spring form pan. Had the best reviews.
Mary E B on Aug 8, 2015
needed and read reviews
Christina K on Jul 19, 2015
Perfect pan for doing my special cheesecakes.
David G on Jun 10, 2015
I wanted a quality springform pan with a base that would prevent leaking/dripping, to give my daughter
Christine E H on May 13, 2015
Got tired of rusty springforms. Aluminum solves the probl;em.
Sedat S on Apr 16, 2015
registry
Anne R on Mar 30, 2015
size I needed and price I was willing to pay
LINDA G on Mar 5, 2015
looks sturdy
maria m on Feb 18, 2015
I needed a new springform pan and this one had good reviews.
LeShel T on Feb 2, 2015
wedding registry gift
margaret p on Jan 18, 2015
Very good reviews
John H on Jan 17, 2015
Selected from gift registry.
Gloria R on Dec 23, 2014
8 inch pans are hard to find - most are 9 inches but I have a great cake recipe that requires an 8 inch pan
Susan B on Dec 19, 2014
I wanted a pan with higher sides
June G on Dec 3, 2014
Wanted quality pan for cheesecake. I like to use an 8" pan so the cake is deep.
Teena S on Nov 30, 2014
It seemed to have decent reviews.
GABRIELLE F on Nov 21, 2014
Old non-stick springform pan was flaking (12 years old).
William D on Sep 3, 2014
Making my first springfoam pan receipe and if it's good enough for Sur La Table cooking school it's good enough for me.
Deborah S on Aug 23, 2014
I want to try it out and compare to the Williams Sonoma gold line. Also they have a 10" pan which I needed and WS did not.
Karen E on Apr 24, 2016
never heard of the brand and wanted to try it out
Joseph K on Mar 7, 2016
I don't have much experience with springform pans but the one I had leaked. Does this one leak?
A shopper on Dec 10, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Although any springform pan can leak, none should leak cake batter. I would never expect one of these to leak batter while baking a cake or cheesecake unless it was damaged. As many crusts have butter in them as a binder, a small amount of the butter can ooze out from any springform pan. If not cooking in a water-bath I would simply place a piece of aluminum foil under the pan.
I'm surprised to find aluminum bakeware! Isn't stainless steel far better to use?
Teresa G on Jan 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Stainless steel is a poor conductor of heat. Aluminum bakeware provides better, more even results. Additionally, most aluminum bakeware is anodized or coated so that food doesn't come directly into contact with aluminum.
 

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