Square Cake Pans

Baking By a1sifat Updated 28 Aug 2015 , 9:29pm by pastrypet

a1sifat Posted 27 Aug 2015 , 1:35pm
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Recently i have found a great source of square cake pans here probakingsupplies.com do anybody here have any idea about the actual price of a square cake pan? Actually i wanted to buy one from that website. Thank you.

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MinaBakes Posted 27 Aug 2015 , 2:30pm
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It really depends on where you are, the brand and the size..

Jeff_Arnett Posted 27 Aug 2015 , 2:39pm
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I noticed that all their pans are anondized.  I don't like anondized pans.....they cause the crust of my cakes to bake too brown.  I like shiny pans....the yeiald a very light colored crust.  The last couple years I've purchased 2 inch deep pan pizza pans from a restuarant supply and love how the cakes bake in them.

Shockolata Posted 27 Aug 2015 , 2:45pm
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They are expensive generally but they last a lifetime. Just DON'T buy the Alan Silverwood Multisize cake pan because it is a huge flop and a big waste of money. I bought it last month believing the advertising that it will bake any size, any cake... turns out it is only good for fruit cakes (very thick batter) and only double lined :( Not good with sponge cakes. And you can't double line small sizes, i.e. 5 inches or less. It still leaks and the lining messes up the shape of the cake. Really really bad purchase :(

a1sifat Posted 27 Aug 2015 , 2:59pm
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thanks everyone for helping me

Apti Posted 27 Aug 2015 , 3:17pm
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Just buy Magic Line Square Cake Pans if you're going to buy online anyway. 

pastrypet Posted 27 Aug 2015 , 8:41pm
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What Apti said.

virago Posted 28 Aug 2015 , 1:49am
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ditto what @Apti  and @pastrypet  say...Magic Line rules!

pastrypet Posted 28 Aug 2015 , 9:29pm
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OP: That site you mentioned no longer has square pans.

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