Baker’s Secret Basics Nonstick 12-Cup Muffin Pan

July 12, 2013 - Comment

Baker’s Secret Non Stick Basics 12-Cup Muffin Pan includes 1-Each 12-Cup muffin pan. Baker’s Secret is the original non-stick metal bakeware that performs great from start to finish. Baker’s Secret is the metal bakeware consumers rely on for all their baking needs because it provides even baking results, easy release of baked goods and effortless

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Baker’s Secret Non Stick Basics 12-Cup Muffin Pan includes 1-Each 12-Cup muffin pan. Baker’s Secret is the original non-stick metal bakeware that performs great from start to finish. Baker’s Secret is the metal bakeware consumers rely on for all their baking needs because it provides even baking results, easy release of baked goods and effortless cleanup. Measurements are 10.88 inch x 1.5 inch x 14 inch

Product Features

  • 12-cup muffin pan with nonstick coating on professional-weight steel
  • 2-ply steel fortified with ETP for enhanced durability and rust protection
  • Delivers even cooking results, optimal browning, and easy release of baked goods
  • Dishwasher safe; use non-metal utensils only; broiler-safe rating
  • Measures 10.88 by 1.5 by 14 inches; 5-year limited warranty

Comments

Happydog says:

Here’s the secret - They RUST like a son of a gun! If you have the misfortune to purchase this pan you will need to hand wash and dry it to slow down the rust process. Mine began to show rust after the very first use. After 3 uses it had rust in several of the cups and was too nasty to use. I’m back on amazon to buy some decent Chicago Metallic pans. I’m done buying these disposable cheapies.

jt says:

Rusty Cups The first one sent to me arrived rusted and corroding around the cups. The replacement arrived considerably better but, still with signs of rust around the rings. At $4, you certainly get what you pay for… Second one is going back for a refund this time.

Jolly Gourmand says:

Inexpensive, medium weight and truly non-stick….. I tried my hand at berry muffins the other day. My main error was that I used paper muffin cups. The muffins tore when trying to remove the paper cups. The pan cleaned up with no scrubbing despite the appearance of having burned on berries/juice. Needless -to-say, I will not be using the paper cups again. They are totally unnecessary.12/4 Update: fixed up some strawberry muffins and put batter (that contained coursely chopped, fresh frozen strawberries) in the muffin cups. The cups needed no sprays or other preparation. I popped the pan into the oven and voila! Wonderful warm muffins that popped right out of the cups. Burned on berry residue? Not a problem.’Hint’: You may want to cut a little baking time off and turn the oven down a few degrees from what the recipe says. The darker finish (typical of the non-stick pans) causes the pan to absorb more heat than the non-nonstick variety.(Sighs)…when will recipes specific to the darker…

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