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Toddler Kid Cloud Velcro Closure Colorblock Breathable Sport
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Montana Mom: I originally bought this pan for myself but I liked it so much I've given them for gifts several times. I like the way they bake the bread as well as the way they clean up.
Mud Dog "Benjamin": I got two of these. They work quite well. The only issue I had with the pans is the non-stick coating is very thin and didn't last the first batch of bread (it rubbed off the bottom where the pan contacted the oven racks).The person packing my order for these put one set of pans that was clearly bent out of shape into the box. Who ever did that should have clearly seen it was deformed and not packed it and retrieved different one for in the shipping carton. This forced me to go through the returns process with Amazon for a problem that never should have happened to begin with.BTW, Amazon returns process in this case was handled wonderfully! Fast and very simple. Amazon had free shipping on my return also.The bread I bake with these pans is wonderful. They come out perfect! The perforations in the pan are just the thing to get perfect texture on the loaf. I recommend getting the "Cuisipro Stainless-Steel Spray Pump Non-Aerosol Mister" also with this pan. The mister allows you to spray olive oil on the pan and loaf before placing in the oven.I do recommend this pan despite the poor non-stick coating. Just make sure you don't use any sort of scouring pad to clean these (nylon pads are fine though).
Ron B.: This pan is fabulous for making French or Italian bread. The loaves are perfectly shaped thanks to the curve of the pan and the bread develops a very nice crust due to the perforations. The pan is non-stick and dishwasher safe.Baking tip: For an even crustier loaf, turn the oven off when the bread has finished baking and let the bread cool in the oven with the door ajar.
SJP: I've used this bread pan with a couple of different recipes for gluten-free French bread, always spraying it with cooking oil first, and always gotten great results. Just bought another, after my first disappeared in a move.Maybe it's the flours I use, but I haven't had the problems others report in sliding the bread out of the pan. I do spray the pans with cooking oil before baking. Doughs that are rather liquid do stick a bit in the holes, but the holes are small enough so that I've found if the pan is oiled well first, the bread just needs a bit of a nudge - maybe running a spatula down the sides - to slide out. (This leaves a lot of tiny round pieces of crust on the counter, but I find wiping them up a lot easier than messing with parchment paper.) The only problem I've had is that I bake way too much bread - bad for the waistline - and am having to ration myself to two loaves a week.
Tanglebird "tanglebird": This was a gift for my sister. She sent me a photo of two loaves of bread that she baked in this pan. She was extremely happy with the results, as the bread baked evenly and the outside crust was nice and crisp. This is a very good product. Buy it if you want excellent baking results.