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Ateco¸ Heating Cores, 2"

Durable stainless-steel heating cores promote event heat distribution, rising and baking. Place cores in the middle of cake batter to ensure consistent results every time. Stainless steel releases easily from cake. 2". Web exclusive: This product is...Read More

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Durable stainless-steel heating cores promote event heat distribution, rising and baking. Place cores in the middle of cake batter to ensure consistent results every time. Stainless steel releases easily from cake. 2".

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Durable stainless-steel heating cores promote event heat distribution, rising and baking. Place cores in the middle of cake batter to ensure consistent results every time. Stainless steel releases easily from cake. 2".
  • Includes: Set of 4
  • Care: Hand wash
  • Dimensions: 2"
  • Material: Stainless steel
BENEFITS:
  • Durable stainless-steel heating cores promote event heat distribution, rising and baking.
  • Place cores in the middle of cake batter to ensure consistent results every time.
  • Stainless steel releases easily from cake.
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I need them for my 16", 14" 12" and 10" square cake pans for even baking of cakes.
TERI G on Aug 27, 2014
 

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