Fat Daddio's Cheesecake Pans — All Sizes

SKU: PCC-32-UNIT
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$5.99
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Size: 3" x 2"
Case: Single
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Completely seemless and simple to use! Fat Daddio's manufacturers the largest line of removable bottom pans. Designed for cheesecakes, these commercial quality pans can also be used for upside down cakes, tiramisu, ice cream cakes, and many other desserts where the top needs to be preserved. Because removable is so simple they are perfect for bar-type cookies and brownies. Due to the density of cake batters, these pans will not leak. De-panning is as easy as pushing through the bottom! Even wall thickness for perfect heat distribution.

No extra metals means NO overbaking. Heats faster and cools quicker. Straight sides for professional results. 

Anodized Aluminum Bakeware Use: Due to the efficiencies in how our bakeware performs, we suggest you reduce all recipes by 25 degrees. We recommend that you apply a baking release spray or grease and flour each individual pan to ensure the best release.

Washing Instructions: Fat Daddio's bakeware should be hand-washed in warm soapy water and towel dried. Do not use bleach, abrasive soaps, wire brushes, scouring sponges, or other aggressive cleaning tools as they can damage the surface of the bakeware.

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High rim, no spills or leaks

The pans are not only higher than regular springform pans, they also don't leak around the edges and are easy to clean because there are no sliding parts or hinges. I lined them with baking paper, which made the clean-up even easier and also somewhat offset the faster heating of the aluminum compared to steel pans.

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