If you’re a connoisseur of cheesecake or an expert creator of deep-dish pizzas, you’re probably accustomed to using a springform pan. But you don’t have to be a master chef to take advantage of this useful cookware—whenever you’re making a dessert or dinner dish that can’t be easily removed from a pan (and when simply flipping it over is definitely not an option), a springform allows you to simply unlatch the sides of the pan and remove them from the base. For layered desserts and beyond, these pans are kitchen essentials.
The nine inch round springform pan is a common go-to piece of bakeware for desserts. This size is perfect for cheesecakes and pastries, and especially helpful when making a dish with a delicate crust. Removing the sides and leaving the base in place ensures minimal jostling of your fragile creation, and automatically lends itself to immediate oven-to-table presentation. Baking a layer cake or torte? Keep every segment of your delectable treat intact with minimal fuss. And many of these pans offer carbon steel construction for even heating and non-stick coating to make cleanup easy and quick.
Whether you’re entering a pastry contest or just whipping up a delicious dessert for your friends and family, a springform pan from Anolon is just the thing. When your creation is finished baking, unlatch the sides and enjoy your perfectly shaped, evenly heated dessert. And with the reinforced rolled edges and non-stick coating, cleaning is a snap. Serious tortes demand serious cookware, and a pan from Martha Stewart certainly fits the bill. Sides clamp open and closed to keep your food in one piece. Making a layer cake for a special occasion, or trying a new flourless cake recipe? Turn to Calphalon for durable pans that take the stress out of complicated recipes.
If you’re looking for a springform pan, check out the selection at Macy’s. You’re sure to find great cookware and home essentials to complete your kitchen.