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Nonstick Springform Pan

SKU#  423281
$8.99
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Why We Love It

Cheesecakes and other baked goods shape up nicely with this handy baking tool featuring durable nonstick commercial-grade steel, which helps to create even browning. Resistance to warping and effortless cleaning make it an item you'll enjoy cooking with again and again.

Details & Dimensions

  • Commercial-grade steel pan
  • Nonstick
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Oven safe up to 425 degrees Fahrenheit
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9.5"Dia.

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Nonstick Springform Pan 3 5 4 4
Happy Like one of the reviewers said, all springform pans leak! I wrap mine with clingwrap then tin foil. Does the trick very well. I'm pretty satisfied with mine. Great bargain. I love World Market cookware and bakeware. April 11, 2012
Springform pan A comment regarding the earlier comment that the pan leaks. I have been using springform pans for years (different kinds also) and they pretty much ALL leak. If you have ever watched a cooking show when they are baking something in a spring pan, they always wrap foil up, around the bottom and partly up the sides. Keep in mind, these are professionals using expensive cookware. So the leaking is not a defective springpan, it's just the nature of the beast. October 19, 2010
pretty good The previous reviewer was right about it leaking. It is indeed a small problem in certain situations; however, in practical terms, if all you use it for is to make basic Genoise and other cakes, this spring form pan works beautifully. I am still not sure what the other user used her pan for to make it leak, but I am fairly pleased with mine. It is a good bargain at the price you pay for. October 19, 2010
It Leaks! It looked great, the price was right, 'non-stick' sounded like a good idea. But it leaks. The reason that I was buying the pan was because my old one (which I've had for 8 years) leaks. I could have saved the money and used the old leaky pan. Trouble is, I don't particularly like cleaning the oven. So my search continues . . . . June 18, 2010
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