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Love this pan. I have had the chance to use a few times since I got it. The cakes all slide out- no sticking and have great designs. I highly recommend this pan.
I followed the recipe that came with the pan and it worked great. I am glad I took a chance with buying this expensive pan for such beautiful little cakes. They were easy to make, popped right out when done, and show all of the details with the thin glaze. Be careful not to overfill with batter since you will get a "ledge" around the bottom of the tea cake that will hold glaze. I filled 12 cups in a mini muffin pan with leftover batter. Regular cooking spray was all that was needed.
Pretty satisfied with the pan. I used Pam with Flour and none of my cakes stuck at all. The details on my first batch weren't great, as I forgot to tap out the air bubbles before putting it in the oven. I gave the second batch a good thwap on the counter and air bubbles weren't an issue. Looking forward to seeing how different types of batter/candies work in the pan.
These little cakes come out adorable when done correctly. You must spray well and dust with a little flour, and be patient when pouring in the batter. I got the best results this way. I can't wait to try my red velvet recipe for Valentine's day. I'm probably going to order a second tray so I can use up all the batter of a single batch.
I eagerly awaited this pan after seeing it advertised. Made my normal pound cake recipe, splitting the batter between the tea cake pan and a bundt to use all the batter. The tea cakes came out fine but with no discernable design. The bundt was perfect so it wasn't the batter. Very disappointing for such an expensive investment with no use.
Love this pan! The cakes came out nicely- all I did was use Pam spray prior to filling w/batter. I recommend using a pound cake mix rather than a cake mix-but both work well. I used a plain brownie mix too and sprinkled powered sugar on the cakes when cooled-looked great!
I love Aunt Marthas items, but this has been dissapointing. The pan shapes are too small, and they stick. It takes some time to pour batter into each shape, and then to restle removing them has just been to much work for this busy girl. Try it with Jello it's great ! Sorry Aunty Martha ! Maybe you should re enginer this pan into a larger shaped and less row pan. Preferably like shaped cupcake pan size would be much better with less hassle. It was a good thought though. Just needs tweeking maybe ? Love ya though "Smile" :-) Mahalo
I love these little cake things... the only thing is they can be hard to get out. I have a lot of bundt cake pans where that's an issue, so I slathered it up with oil before putting in the batter, didn't help. Second try I added more oil to the cake batter and they cakes came out much easier, only two didn't survive... the only thing is the cakes are unhealthier that way... but I guess cake is unhealthy in general.