Hi everyone, I happened across this pan today at an estate sale and thought it was interesting, but I'm not sure how the inserts work. I haven't been able to locate anything like it online and I know someone out there has to know how it works...Please help if you can. Thank you.
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The 2 "loose" hearts don't do with the larger "bunt" heart-type pan. The bunt type pan is an older Wilton pan that can be baked normally. The 2 loose hearts are cake molds that are used on a lined sheet pan with a thick cake batter.
Thank you so much for that info. I've been looking at it all afternoon wondering how the heck those two inserts are used. lol
I agree you have not one pan but three :) Or do they not come apart?? Otherwise I agree w/maybenot.
Yes, Kakeladi, they do come apart. There's the bundt type pan, and then 2 bottomless heart shapes. I guess I should have taken them apart to give a better view of them. Thank you.
Cake molds? Really? I've seen similar ones and thought you used them to cut out the shape from an already baked cake. Hmm. Learn something new every day, I guess.
There is a German lady that I like to watch her videos even though I do not understand her LOL. She uses that method of the bottomless type pans. Her name is Sally Welt.