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Wilton® Easter Cookie Pan

Easily bake fun, springtime-themed cookies and single-serving molded desserts with this handy nonstick pan. Pan features 12 iconic shapes, including a rabbit, egg, chick, lamb, tulip, watering can, butterfly, ladybug and Easter basket. Pan has 12 cavities, ...Read More

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Easily bake fun, springtime-themed cookies and single-serving molded desserts with this handy nonstick pan. Pan features 12 iconic shapes, including a rabbit, egg, chick, lamb, tulip, watering can, butterfly, ladybug and Easter basket. Pan has 12 cavities, each approximately 2¾" x 2¼" x ¼". Dishwasher safe.

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  • Material: Steel
  • Dimensions: Pan has 12 cavities, each approximately 2¾" x 2¼" x ¼"
  • Made in China

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  • Dishwasher safe
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Sur La Table Store
I always wanted it for easter but it's usual too expensive for a once a year item so I bought it when it went on clearance.
JENNIFER K on Feb 3, 2015
I always wanted it for easter but it's usual too expensive for a once a year item so I bought it when it went on clearance.
JENNIFER K on Feb 3, 2015
Yum. Easter cookies. 'nuf said.
Harriet H on Jul 31, 2014
Yum. Easter cookies. 'nuf said.
Harriet H on Jul 31, 2014
 

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