Q. Can I put my Baker’s Edge pan in the dishwasher?
A. Dishwashers can damage nonstick bakeware, so to be safe we recommend hand washing. If you’ve used a nonstick cooking spray, clean-up shouldn’t require more than a sponge and a rinse. For best results, we recommend using a soap-dispensing dishwashing wand with a soft sponge at the end of the handle. Most sponge heads fit perfectly between the pan’s interior sidewalls. For occasional dried-on food, soak the pan in hot water for a few minutes and then scrub with a damp sponge or cloth. Never use abrasives, bleach, steel wool, scouring pads, or harsh chemical fluids, as they can damage the pan and its nonstick surface.
Q. Will I need to adjust my recipe quantities when using a an Edge Brownie Pan?
A. If you’re using a box mix or a recipe intended for a 10” x 10” or 9” x 13” pan, the Edge Brownie Pan will work beautifully. Adjustments to recipe quantities aren’t usually necessary. The Simple Lasagna Pan is a better fit for deep-dish lasagna and larger casseroles, so if you’d like to try one of your own recipes in it, you may need to increase your recipe’s quantities to get the best results.
Q. What about cooking times? Will my food bake faster in a Edge Brownie Pan or Simple Lasagna Pan?
A. Foods that typically require 20-30 minutes in a conventional pan will probably require the same amount of time in our pans. However, foods with a typical baking time of 40 minutes or more may bake slightly faster. For these dishes, begin to check for doneness after 35 minutes (and make a note of any changes).
Q. Can I use metal knives or other metal utensils in a Baker’s Edge pan?
A. Always use nonstick-safe utensils made of vinyl, silicon, or wood. Turners and spatulas with a blade width of 2” or less will fit the pan the best. Never use metal or other sharp utensils, and it’s always a good idea to be gentle. Scraping the pan or applying heavy pressure could scuff or scratch the pan’s nonstick coating.
Q. Can I store leftover food in my Baker’s Edge pan?
A. It’s okay to keep brownies in the pan for a few days, but it’s best to remove any other leftover food and store it in glass or plastic containers. Prolonged exposure to moisture (or hot or cold temperatures) can damage metal bakeware, metal cookware, metal utensils, and just about anything else made of metal.
Q. Will you please make a lid for your Edge Brownie Pan?
Q. I’ve created my own recipe for my Baker’s Edge pan and it’s fantastic. Do you accept submissions?
A. Absolutely. We love trying new recipes created by our customers! If you’ve created a good one that’s both tasty and unique, feel free to send it to us at the email address below. If we like it, we’ll post it on our website (with your permission of course).
Q. What’s so special about your better muffin pan?
A. In truth – we didn’t invent the muffin pan. We just made it better. That’s why we call it the Better Muffin Pan. Fans really like the quality of our pans – and keep asking us to make “traditional bakeware” – so we finally did! They say pictures are worth a 1000 words, so moving pictures must be worth a million words. Watch our short video:
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