Wilton Performance Pans Square Pan Set

July 12, 2013 - Comment

These are the classic shapes every baker needs. Convenient graduated-size sets to help create fabulous tiered cakes in exactly the size you want. Set includes 8, 12, 16 in. pans. Quality aluminum holds its shape for years. Each pan is 2 in. deep. Product Features Set includes 8-inch, 12-inch, 16-inch pans; each pan 2 inches

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These are the classic shapes every baker needs. Convenient graduated-size sets to help create fabulous tiered cakes in exactly the size you want. Set includes 8, 12, 16 in. pans. Quality aluminum holds its shape for years. Each pan is 2 in. deep.

Product Features

  • Set includes 8-inch, 12-inch, 16-inch pans; each pan 2 inches deep
  • Quality anodized aluminum construction
  • Even heating for exceptional baking performance
  • Handwashing recommended
  • Recipe included

Comments

Sharon says:

Square Cake Pans When I bought these pans, I really didn’t think I would use them as much as I do!They are lightweight & perfect!I couldn’t do without mine.I love them!

Crystal Watanabe "Pikko" says:

Great quality pans Quality wise, these pans are pretty awesome. They’re thick and sturdy, but not too heavy. Like another reviewer, I didn’t like that the corners were a bit round since I was doing a fondant cake too, but I ended up just cutting off one edge to get a sharp edge. I lost about 1/2 an inch of cake, so not that big a deal.The main problem I had with them was that I had a terrible time getting the cakes out of the 12″ pan, which is the only one I’ve used so far. After the first two stuck badly, I really went heavy on the shortening and flour coating and that one popped out nicely, so you have to be very thorough in that task.There is a indentation in the middle of the larger pans and I’m not sure what the purpose of that is, but I did find it annoying. I wish there was a fill line instead of a middle square. I also found that the cake temperature and baking times provided by Wilton simply didn’t work for me. Just go with the tried and true toothpick test and you’ll be…

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