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Nordic Ware® Bundt Cake Thermometer

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Reusable cake thermometer takes the place of the traditional toothpick-testing method. Get an accurate reading of your cake’s temperature and ensure baking success. Hand wash. Made in USA. 8" length x 3½" width x ¼" height.  
  • All-metal bundt thermometer for testing internal temperature of cakes
  • Reads temperature within 5 seconds
  • Probe tip changes color to red when baking is complete
  • Durable construction stands up to heavy use
  • Great way to test doneness of cakes with this multi-use all-metal tester. Reusable probe turns color when cake or muffins are the correct internal temperature.
  • Proudly made in the USA by Nordic Ware.
  • This reusable cake thermometer takes the place of the toothpick testing method.
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Getting the cake done was great!!!
Through the years I have used toothpicks, skewards sticks, cake stick by OXO.
I have found that this thermometer was the BEST 100%. This object should have came out when the first bunit pan was placed on the market!!!!!
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April 18, 2011
Fantastic Tester
Wish I seen or heard of this product years ago. Takes the guess work out of baking cakes, tarts & speciality dessert creations. Simple, quick reading & accurate
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January 30, 2012
This Really Works!
I love baking bundt cakes, and this handy tool takes the guesswork out of determining if the cake is done. The tip turns a deep red color when baking is finished. I haven't tried it on anything other than bundt cakes, but for that it works perfectly. A
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