Nonstick Bakeware Nonstick Fluted Mold Pan (10-in.) by Farberware
Our 10-in. fluted mold (sometimes called a bundt pan) has a tube in the center that brings heat to the center of the cake so that it browns in the same time as the outside of the cake. The nonstick surface helps you remove the cake from the pan without damaging and makes cleanup easy. Most commonly ... See complete description »
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Our 10-in. fluted mold (sometimes called a bundt pan) has a tube in the center that brings heat to the center of the cake so that it browns in the same time as the outside of the cake. The nonstick surface helps you remove the cake from the pan without damaging and makes cleanup easy. Most commonly used for favorites such as coffeecake or pound cake, its fluted sides give the cake a distinctive look.
Nice heavy weight for even baking. No hot spots and this pan's silicon-based nonstick finish is amazing! Probably the easiest releasing Bundt cake pan I have ever owned...one little shake and the cake is OUT!
I was looking to replace my bundt pan that I had bought when I first got married over 30 yrs ago. I paid $39.00 for the pan back then. I have always been a cook so money for my cooking utensils is not an issue, but when I say this pan on your website I knew you wouldn't sponsor a product that wasn't good and the price was just another great deal. I love to bake chocolate chip cakes and my old pan was starting to stick my cakes. This pan is a dream come true and I couldn't be happier with how it cooks my recipes. Thanks for making me one happy baker. I love my pan, and i look forward to shopping here all the time. Thanks Hilma Salinas
This pan is awesome. Doesn't stick at all! I love it.
I must admit I was skeptical when the instructions on this pan said not to grease it. I was pleasantly surprised when my cake came out effortlessly and shiny to boot! It was strange to see smooth and shiny cake come out but also very cool. There were only tiny bits that stuck to the pan but they came out easily when I washed it.
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Don't be daunted by the challenge of greasing a bundform or Bundt pan. Try this tip to make it easier: apply melted butter to the pan using a pastry brush, making sure to get into all the crevices. Put it in the freezer for a few minutes to solidify the butter, then flour as usual.