Platinum Series Nonstick Mini Bundt Pan (12-c.) by Nordic Ware
This Mini Bundt Pan from Nordic Ware is the ideal pan to use for creating twelve 1/4-cup miniature-size muffins, bundt- or pound cakes when guests are expected. Serve the individual cakes or muffins for brunch, for afternoon tea or for dessert in the evening. The pan's cast aluminum ensures superio... See complete description »
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This Mini Bundt Pan from Nordic Ware is the ideal pan to use for creating twelve 1/4-cup miniature-size muffins, bundt- or pound cakes when guests are expected. Serve the individual cakes or muffins for brunch, for afternoon tea or for dessert in the evening. The pan's cast aluminum ensures superior cooking performance and even baking, and the professional hard coat, nonstick surface means the effortless removal of baked goods and easy cleanup. Two side grips allow for easier handling.
Love this pan to make perfect sized individual desserts....takes a little effort to clean, but the non-stick finish makes it a timely effort, little elbow grease required!
So "cute." (Don't you just hate that word?) Bought this mainly for my Date Nut Bread/Muffins ... my recipe makes more batter than my one mini muffin tray can hold, and I thought this would be an attractive addition.<br>Also ... I tried the Cheesecake Brownie recipe included with the pan and it was a big hit ... but, I think I should have added more oil to the pan; had a bit of trouble getting them out in one piece! So, I unfortunately had to eat the pieces that came out unwhole. Ho hum.
I ordered this item because it said "12- 1/2 cup" thinking that each little cup would then make a cute cake that was more than two bites, small enough for a woman but large enough so that a man would be satisfied. On the picture of the 12 cup bundt product it said "12 - 1/2 cup" not so. Each cake will only hold about 1 1/4 tablespoon of batter. This is not what I thought it was going to be. I asked my husband what I should do ..should I keep it or send it back. He told me just to keep it, but what you all advertise is not what it is.It is not a 1/2 cup but only 1 1/4..nothing about it is 1/2 cup.
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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.