Nonstick Springform Pans Set of 3

Norpro
TN3903
$29.08
This is the standard in springform pans! We love springform pans.  We use them all the time--not just for cheesecakes but for tarts, pies with crumb crusts, and desserts.    This springform pan is rigid and heavy gauge.  It is much nicer than most and has a durable non-stick surface.  Plus, the...
$29.08

This is the standard in springform pans!

We love springform pans.  We use them all the time--not just for cheesecakes but for tarts, pies with crumb crusts, and desserts.   

This springform pan is rigid and heavy gauge.  It is much nicer than most and has a durable non-stick surface.  Plus, the pan has a dark surface instead of heat reflecting aluminum.  This springform pan will serve you very well.


Tips for Using Springform Pans

  • Don't let them leak. If your batter is especially thin or there is a great deal of sugar in your recipe, your pan may leak through the seam along the base of the pan. (Only once have we had a minor leak with one of our pansand we've used them with lots of the recipes.)
  • To protect against a leak, wrap the base of the pan with aluminum foil. Please note that with aluminum foil shielding the heat, it may take just a little longer to bake.
  • Tinned, aluminum, or stainless springform pans may taint your cake with a metallic taste if it is stored on the pan base. It is okay to store the cake on a glass base or enameled base.
  • If you are baking in a tinned, aluminum, or stainless pan or would like to remove the cake from the base, cut a sheet of parchment paper and fit it to the base.
  • If you would like to give your cake away, line the pan as above.
  • Let the cake sit in the pan for about five minutes before removing the ring. In a good nonstick springform pan or with a well-greased pan, the ring should fall away without needing to free it with a knife or spatula. To protect a nonstick finish, avoid using a metal edge against the finish.
  • If you do need to free the cake from the ring, use a cake or frosting spatula without a sharp edge.
  • Wash your pans with warm, soapy water and a soft cloth. While most pans are dishwasher safe, they take up a lot of room and in our experience, tend not to come clean.
  •  Most springform pans are made of lighter gauge metal. Store them carefully where they will not get knocked around and possibly bent.

A thin silicone icing spatula like that shown below is perfect for loosening the ring from your cake.  It won't scratch your non-stick finish and it is flexible enough to follow the contour of the pan.  You can learn more about silicone spatulas below. 

Incidentally, if you heat a wet cloth in the microwave and set the glass base on the hot cloth for a few minutes, it softens the butter in the crust and makes the slices easier to remove.


Suggested recipes:

  • Orange Walnut Coffeecake. This is one of the best coffeecakes that we have ever tasted. Our test cake was gone in about a nanosecond.  It is designed for a seven-inch pan but can be doubled for a ten-inch pan.
  • Parmesan and Bacon Cornbread. This is a great cornbread made in a nine-inch springform pan or skillet. Most cornbread recipes can be baked in springform pans which is great way to cut and serve crumbly cornbreads.
  • New England Apple Pie Pastry. Is it a pie or an apple pastry? It's the best of both. Instead of a pie crust, it uses a cream cheese pastry dough for a very elegant and exciting dessert.
  • German Chocolate Cheesecake. You've got to make this for the holidays. It is good, easy, and spectacular.
  • Pumpkin Cheesecake in a Gingersnap Crust. Instead of pumpkin pie, make this cheesecake. You and your guests will find it memorable

" The standard in springform pans--a kitchen essential."

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Nonstick Springform Pans Set of 3
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