Professional Nonstick Giant Muffin Pan (6-c.) by Chicago Metallic
Made of heavy-gauge steel with SilverStone non-stick surface for easy release and cleanup, this professional Muffin Pan is designed for a lifetime of use. 6-cup pan yields extra-large muffins. See complete description »
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Made of heavy-gauge steel with SilverStone non-stick surface for easy release and cleanup, this professional Muffin Pan is designed for a lifetime of use. 6-cup pan yields extra-large muffins.
These were absolutely wonderful! The muffins came out very easily. Much easier to clean than a bunch of the smaller regular sized muffin cups. A little more than twice the size of regular muffin cups. Cooking time about 10 minutes longer than regular muffins. Highly recommend this product to anyone who likes muffins. I will seldom make regular-sized muffins again.
Being that this is only the second muffin tin that I ever owned, I may not be the best candidate to review. My husband, however, has eaten numerous muffins from different muffin tins. I baked from-scratch blueberry muffins for the first time in my entire life (I've only baked pre-mix cornbread muffins before), and my husband said that it's the best muffin he's ever eaten! There was no metallic taste, muffins came-out easily (I sprayed the tin with non-stick spray prior to baking.), and they were absolutely fabulous. Moist muffin stumps and perfect crusty muffin tops. What more can you ask for?
Excellent jumbo muffin pan; nothing sticks. Love it.
Searched all over for an extra large professional muffin pan. Prices were $55-65. This pan was an excellent choice. The size was perfect and the price was just right! D. Kennedy-NY
Large muffin tins are not easy to find. This one is great. It does not need to be greased or sprayed, and the muffins come right out.
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When baking muffins, be careful not to overmix or you'll end up with tough, tunnel-y muffins. Use a wooden spoon to gently combine the ingredients in a bowl before adding to the muffin pan.