Add a special touch to a birthday party or gathering with individual cheesecakes. This mini cheesecake pan is made of durable, corrosion-resistant aluminized steel that is dishwasher and oven safe up to 550°F. Cheesecakes easily lift out of pan...Read More
Add a special touch to a birthday party or gathering with individual cheesecakes. This mini cheesecake pan is made of durable, corrosion-resistant aluminized steel that is dishwasher and oven safe up to 550°F. Cheesecakes easily lift out of pan. Recipe included. Makes up to 12 mini cheesecakes at one time.
Manufacturer: Chicago Metallic
Includes: Mini cheesecake pan and recipe
Care: Dishwasher safe
Use: Oven safe up to 550°
Dimensions: Frame 14" x 10½"; Cup 2" round x 1.6" deep each, 12 cups total
I may never go back to making that large cheesecake again. This makes the cutest individual perfect size servings. AND it's so simple to remove the cheesecake. I wash mine by hand, keep the little removable discs in a zip lock bag and put the entire thing back into the box so storage is a breeze and I know right where the discs are.
If you want the perfect little cheesecake, get this pan! This pan makes you look like a pro, and everyone loves the right sized portion
OH MY GOODNESS!!!! I will never look at baking a huge cheesecake ever again. I just got finished making 72 little chocolate truffle and new york style cheesecakes. This makes it sooo fast and easy!!! Cut parchment strips to line the inside, makes getting them out very easy and you don't run the risk of scratching with a plastic knife. My husband is already eyeing them for doing small round bread loaves and cakes. He is even going to do small meatloaves. This is soooo great!!! I bought 2. I may actually buy a couple more. Cleanup fast and easy! Be good to yourself--buy 1 or 2!! You won't regret it!
I hesitated to buy another pan too. But there are so many recipes out there for mini cheesecakes! And it really works much better for parties so serve individual pieces than having to cut and serve. I was very pleased with how easy the cheesecakes released. I didn't even have to loosen them with a knife. Just pushed the disc up and they came out beautifully. Really glad I bought it.
Bought the Pan to Make 30 mini Cheesecakes - It worked Beautifullyu
I researched optional mini cheesecake pans and this metal one was highly recommended and I am very happy with mine. I used a favorite recipe of mine and just filled the cups 2/3 full and I have many mini cheesecakes that were very easy to remove and store. They freeze beautifully so I expect to have frozen cheese cakes ready for at any time. Thank you for this pan.
I was actually looking for square pans, but I think this would work out better. For presentation and can now use "cup cake" holders wherein presentation for the square cheesecakes was previously a dilemma.
Thanks for having this easy release option also pan. Thank you.
How big in diameter Width & Height, is the Mini Cheesecake Pan?
A shopper on Sep 27, 2012
Best Answer:Add a special touch to a birthday party or gathering with individual cheesecakes. This mini cheesecake pan is made of durable, corrosion-resistant aluminized steel that is dishwasher and oven safe up to 550°F. Cheesecakes easily lift out of pan. Recipe included. Makes up to 12 mini cheesecakes at one time.
Dimensions: Frame 14" x 10½"; Cup 2" round x 1.6" deep each, 12 cups total
Trying to figure out if there is a bottom that comes out for easy release? Can you use cupcake liners in this?
A shopper on Nov 13, 2011
Best Answer:Add a special touch to a birthday party or gathering with individual cheesecakes. This mini cheesecake pan is made of durable, corrosion-resistant aluminized steel that is dishwasher and oven safe up to 550°F. Cheesecakes easily lift out of pan. Recipe included. This product does have a removeable bottom for easier release and you can use cupcake liners in it if you wish.
Yes, each section has a small round removable disc. After baking, you just press on the underside and lift upward and it brings the cheesecake up and out of the pan. There would be no purpose to using cupcake liners with this. The removable discs are designed to lift the cheesecake without using a springform pan. I just listed a photo, check it out
The bottoms are disks that push up and out making the removal of your baked good easy. I don't see a reason that you could not use cupcake liners--it still acts like a cupcake pan. I would suggest cutting parchment strips to line the inside so you do not scratch it with a plastic knife while releasing the sides.
The bottoms come out perfectly, but cupcake liners are not going to be quite the right fit. These are vertical rather than sloped sides. They can work, but you'll get some funny folds.I'd recommend just buttering the bottoms and sides or if you must cutting parchment paper to fit
Yes, the bottoms come out and the cheesecakes release nicely. I don't know if there are cupcake liners for this size. They're bigger than a mini muffin pan, but smaller than regular muffin. Besides, they're not necessary
Best Answer:The standard muffin papers/liners probably won't fit but possibly one of the mini sizes. They're a little deeper & bigger than a mini cupcake size. And that's a great idea! I've only used them for mini cheesecakes to date. I love these pans! In fact, I bought a second one to make 24 at once. Now I'll use them for muffins too! Thanks!
If I am understanding your question correctly, you are asking if this product can be used as a muffin/cupcake tin. You might be able to use this as such, IF you use the muffin/cupcake liners. Hope I answered your question.
Yes, both paper and foil baking cups fit into this. However, they will require less batter and the finished cupcakes will be more cylindrical and slightly smaller than regular cupcakes. They would be cute though! I love this pan!!
I want to use for mini key lime pies with a GF crust. Should I line with parchment or will the pie custard remove cleanly?
A shopper on Jan 28, 2015
Best Answer:I have found that putting pan in freezer for 30 minutes to really firm up the filling is best way for a clean release from pan. Not sure parchment would be good it will be really difficult to get into pan wells without impacting volume of contents
I don't really know that much about how your GF crust would release from the this pan, so perhaps the parchment wouldn't hurt, just to be safe. I've only used this pan for a traditional graham crust and the release was perfect, I love this pan! In fact, I recently purchased a second one so that I could make a bigger/double recipe as a time saver. I hope that this helps you. Enjoy!
I would just spray the bottom and sides with some no stick cooking spray, that would be much quicker and easier than using parchment. Because this pan has removable bottoms, it generally allows stuff to come out pretty cleanly once you have run a knife around the edges, but just to be on the safe side I would use the cooking spray. Good luck with the key lime pies.
I imagine it would be pretty difficult to line with parchment, as the cavities are so small. I have seen it suggested that you run a knife around the edge of the cheesecakes as soon as they come out of the oven because it minimizes the damage to the top & the crust when you remove them. Perhaps this tip would work for your pies, too?
Best Answer:Absolutely, I baked mini brownies in this pan and had no "leakage" at all, and it was a pretty "loose" (runny) batter. Make sure you put the bottoms in then spray the bottom and sides of the pan well. This is a perfect pan for "Mini" cakes like carrot cake, yellow cake, red velvet etc., it's not just a cheesecake pan. I love it and will be ordering more. Bake on!!!