The excellent leakproof features and included parchment rounds make this our baking expert's top pick.
Includes 6-inch, 8-inch, and 10-inch springform pans. Secure buckle helps discourage leaks. Nonstick surface allows easy release of cakes and is heat-safe to 450 degrees. Comes with 50 pieces each of cut-to-fit parchment paper.
Should be hand-washed to preserve coating.
At a generous 10 inches, this all-purpose pan earns our baking expert's approval.
Pan measures 10 inches wide. The textured bottom ensures that cakes release easily. Features a steel construction with a reliable latch. Built to last from a trusted name in baking.
Dishwasher-safe, but some consumers say washing it this way affects the nonstick finish.
Our expert likes the smaller size of this pan, which is ideal for those who might find cheesecake too rich.
Measures 7.5 inches. Can be used for cheesecake, lasagna, and casseroles. Works with 6- and 8-quart cookers. Nonstick coating holds up well to frequent use and washing.
Limited compatibility with cookers. On the smaller side.
Our expert likes that this comes with an aluminum bottom for those who want a darker, crispier bake on their crust.
Nine-inch pan made of heavy-gauge aluminized steel. Has a premium nonstick coating for easy food release. Dishwasher-safe design for easy cleaning. Latch opens smoothly.
A few reports that the pan leaks. A bit heavier than other springform pans.
Our baking expert likes this round 9-inch springform pan in heavy-gauge steel from this reliable brand.
Nonstick coating allows easy release of delicate cakes and is oven-safe to 450 degrees. Heavy-gauge steel encourages even browning. Resists warping. Also comes in square.
Some users have experienced leakage.
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A springform pan is a cake pan with a removable bottom and sides. This makes removing the cake from the pan easier, maintaining the shape. Most springform pans will be round in shape, but some have other shapes, such as hearts, for special occasions. The sides of the springform pan are locked in place with an interlocking buckle. This buckle switch keeps the sides in place until the baking process is finished. By flipping the switch, you then can release the pan carefully, leaving the shape perfect. Many bakers will use these pans for cheesecake, tarts, or ice cream cakes, in addition to traditional cakes.
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