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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

Specifications Show

  • 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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Customer Reviews

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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 28, 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 15, 2011
Buy all of the sizes
The best springform pans made. Excellent design. Easy to remove cake to serving dish. No leakage while baking. Need to reduce oven temperature by 25 degrees due to the material of the pan.
January 2, 2017
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Simply The Best
I ordered three types of Fat Daddio's cheesecake pans, and they did not disappoint. My regular cheesecakes are very tall, and this springform variety supports every delicious centimeter. These pans heat and cool so quickly, it's a great help in moving from one step to the next, important when you have lots to do. Clean-up is remarkably easy. Great pricing; I can't say enough good things. A superior product!
September 9, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Loved This
I'm an amateur baker. I really wanted to purchase the cheesecake pan for the same brand but I ended up purchasing this one. The spring form was easy to remove and to put it back on the base even though the crust of the cheesecake is already in the pan. After my cheesecake was done it was also easy to remove.
I would definitely recommend this product. I'm also looking forward to try the other products that they have. This is worth the money to buy.
December 12, 2016
Fantastic
I purchased one of these at my northern home and love the style of it. I really like the extra lip on the bottom so that any excess will stay in the pan rather than leaking in the oven. Cheesecakes are cooked perfectly with no sticking. I purchased this one for my FL home. After using these, I couldn't go back to a non Daddio's springform pan. I personally highly recommend.
January 24, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Deformed after one use!
I made a cake in this, and was never again able to close the fastener. The metal ring had totally warped on one side -- assymetrical! Very disappointed, but I'd had it awhile before I made the cake so I didn't return it. Useless.
December 26, 2017
Purchased
1 year ago
Horrible leakage - much worse than pans half the price!
Lots of leaking at the seam as well as other points around the base. Will be returning and reverting back to some of the cheapo favorites. I suspect that it would be fine if you are only planning to do things with crusts (e.g., cheesecake) AND without immersing in water (e.g., not cheesecake - so, not sure how that would work), but certainly does not work for a freeform batter.
March 24, 2018
I've only used the pan once, but it worked just fine.
June 18, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
 

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Why did you choose this?
Sur La Table Store
To make Barefoot Contessa's Mocha Icebox Cake recipe.
Donna D on Apr 14, 2018
Found the perfect size.
Leslie R on Jan 26, 2018
To make Barefoot Contessa's Mocha Icebox Cake recipe.
Donna D on Apr 14, 2018
I need a spring form pan for a particular recipe and I do not have one
S B K on Feb 25, 2018
Found the perfect size.
Leslie R on Jan 26, 2018
The reviews convinced me to purchase thes pans over other springform pans.
Debra C on Nov 29, 2017
Gift for mom
Sarah R on Nov 29, 2017
great reviews
Laurie W on Nov 9, 2017
gift
Lisa M on Aug 28, 2017
Looks durable, of heavier grade aluminum.
Vicki F on Aug 17, 2017
needed a new 8" pan my old one wouldn't stay togehter
LILY W on Aug 14, 2017
Great review, liked the drip pan concept and height
MARY C on Aug 9, 2017
needed a new one
Barbara C. M on Jul 6, 2017
Gift registry item
Joanne F on Jul 2, 2017
registry
Mandy H on Jun 10, 2017
I don't have a cake pan.
Danielle K on May 12, 2017
Wanted 10 inch pan- good reviews
sheila r on May 5, 2017
The bottom plate was lost to the one I have.
Patti W on Apr 29, 2017
I bake
PEGGY D on Apr 18, 2017
Needed a smaller one.
Sharon S on Apr 5, 2017
Recently received a copy of the bake from scratch cookbook, one of the recipes calls for a springform pan of this size which I did not have on hand
GWENDOLYN R on Mar 19, 2017
To start making cheesecakes.
Veronica R on Feb 28, 2017
Good reviews
Theresa H on Feb 22, 2017
My old pan is worn out
Gail N on Feb 15, 2017
Reviews
Joyus User lad... on Feb 6, 2017
To make cheesecake
Piriya H on Feb 4, 2017
Looks like high quality and heavy. Mine has aged and is scraped.
jill t on Feb 3, 2017
I needed a smaller size springform I had lost the other one I had.
Anne E on Feb 3, 2017
Simple - I needed one and the reviews were very helpful
Larissa D on Jan 29, 2017
gift for my granddaughter
Jane M on Jan 24, 2017
I needed a 10-inch springform pan to replace one that had broken. This seemed like a good choice.
Diane B on Jan 8, 2017
saw one at Christmas at friends home
Renee W on Jan 5, 2017
hard-to-find 8" size; also good reviews...
Athena F on Jan 1, 2017
High rating was purchased for my son for Christmas.
JACQUELINE P on Dec 13, 2016
I saw one at Sur la Table and love the sturdy construction and the fact that it seems to have a tight seal and a crease that the ring fits in tightly.
Betty M on Dec 12, 2016
Christmas gift
Cynthia F on Dec 10, 2016
This will be my second, pleased with the first larger size
Beverly L on Dec 3, 2016
my daughter requested it.
KATHLEEN D on Dec 2, 2016
This product had great reviews, better than the higher price ones which would have been my first choice thinking higher price better quality. I was happy to have the reviews to depend on. Keep calm and bake on!
Linda S on Dec 1, 2016
Needed the size and rated well.
Sharon H on Nov 28, 2016
I watched a video with you pans and wanted to try them.
Andrew E on Nov 20, 2016
I prefer aluminum over steel and this pan has the added feature of being non reactive.
Penny s on Nov 1, 2016
just baked a cheese cake and had trouble cutting the cake because of the rim on the bottom of the pan.
Judy Y on Oct 9, 2016
Old springform leaked excessively.
Robert B on Sep 15, 2016
These were perfect for my famous Kidney Pie! No mess getting it out of the pan. It goes great with a side a fava beans and nice chianti....fsfsfsfsfsfsfsfs.
Simon A on Sep 14, 2016
rating
Cari S on Aug 28, 2016
This was a gift for our daughter who is beginning to enjoy cooking as much as me!
V J on Aug 25, 2016
It's a size I use often, and I need several.
CAROL H on Aug 15, 2016
It won't leak with the lip to catch anything that tries
Tracey W on Jul 31, 2016
I like to bake, and have several recipes that call for a springfoam pan
Shirley V on Jul 26, 2016
bridal registry
Jean G on Jul 19, 2016
wedding gift
MARY R on May 2, 2016
I need a spring form pan for a particular recipe and I do not have one
S B K on Feb 25, 2018
The reviews convinced me to purchase thes pans over other springform pans.
Debra C on Nov 29, 2017
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.
Are these pans leak proof? Can I place them in a water bath without water seeping into the cake?
A shopper on Apr 14, 2017
BEST ANSWER: No, they are not leak proof. I've never put them in water bath, but I have seen butter from the crust of the cheesecake seeping from the inside to the groove of the pan outside.
I have regular fat daddios cake pans and find that they conduct heat so well i have to shorten my baking time. Do i need to be concerned about that if i am using a water bath?
A shopper on Jan 6, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I have the same pans! You should Watch the water bath! Do not open the oven, but rather, put the oven-light on, to peek! That’s what I would do! When I make my cheesecakes in the water bath, I personally have no issues with the timing. But, if you have these particular issues, do as I recommend. To see when the cake is done, simply peek in the oven; the sides of the cake should be pulled-away (a little) from
your cake pan; & the edges of the cheesecake should be slightly-golden brown color! Good luck!
 

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