Yikes! I just put a cake in the oven and I used a pan that I had not coated. The first thing I did was coat a pan, but when time came to pour the batter in I used an un-coated pan. I realized this as I was cleaning up and found my treated pan across the kitchen on the table. Anyhow . . . I don't know if there is a way to get this cake out of the pan. Any suggestions?
Oh I'm sorry this happened! I don't know the answer, but wanted to give you a *bump*! Good luck!!!
I'll wish you good luck maybe some one can give you good advice!!!! If all else fails CAKE BALLS!
Thanks for the moral support! I'm happy to report that my cake came out in one piece. After cooling on a rack for 10 minutes, I ran a knife around the outside about three times, shook the pan in short back-and-forth twisting motion about a dozen times in an attempt to loosen it, and turned it over, tapped and then lifted the pan with gently back-and-forth twisting motion. The cake was qutie cooked on the edges, and I had inserted a rose nail before putting it in the oven; those may have been factors in my success.
You can bet that I'll never to THAT again.
I bet you won't I will tell you that even when i have sprayed my pans recently they have stuck. so here is what i did i put a piece of wax paper on the top of it and put my cooling rack on top and flip it over and don't take the pan off and let it cool. some how the moisture gets trapped up inside the pan and ta da it came right out.
I *LOVE* happy endings!!! So glad it worked out for you!
Haha, this has happened to me just a few weeks ago! I was also lucky enough mine came out in one piece. I use the fat daddio pans....not sure if that had anything to with it or not. Your right, it will never happen again
I'm glad it worked! My SIL once sprayed a pan with cooking spray... it definitely took some coaxing to get it out!
Everyone makes mistakes