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Kaiser Bakeware Basic Tinplate 12-Inch Loaf Pan

  • High quality tinned steel provides even and gentle heat distribution for consistent browning and baking
  • Tin coating on the interior and exterior protects the product from rusting and provides a scratch-proof surface
  • Kaiser quality provides exceptional value at an affordable price
  • Great for banana bread or sweet cakes
  • Clean-up is easy, wash, dry thoroughly and place back in warm oven to air dry completely

Product Description
Perfect for for sweet bread recipes, such as banana nut bread or carrot loaf, this Kaiser Basic 12-inch long loaf pan features high quality tinned steel for even heat distribution and wonderful browning. The waffle textured interior allows for easy release. This loaf pan is excellent quality at an affordable price.

Kaiser Bakeware Basic Tinplate 12-Inch Loaf Pan

5 Responses to “Kaiser Bakeware Basic Tinplate 12-Inch Loaf Pan”

  • just 2 dollars, but it doesn’t look cheap at all. Nice quality Kaiser made in Germany.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • I bought two of these pans and they worked great for me. They need to be greased pretty well before use. I used these pans to make sandwich breads and the bread came out perfect.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  • I got this pan with the intention of making sandwich bread. The metal seems higher quality than anything available at Walmart. The surface has a unique texture to it that takes a lite coating of butter very well. I’ve made several loafs so far in my pan, and they’ve all came out really nice. The only thing I don’t like about this pan is the tapper. The top width is about 4.25″ and the bottom is about 3.25″. Which makes a great looking loaf, but the slices won’t fit a square slice of ham and cheese very well.
    Rating: 3 / 5

  • I bought 4 of these pans for $2 each with a promotion. I figured for that they’d be a little better than a disposable pan. One came damaged in shipping, but I didn’t bother with a return since it was still useable. Other than that, I have not had any problems. I’ve baked yeast breads and quick breads in them and have not had any burning problems or problems with sticking. I’m happy with my purchase.
    Rating: 4 / 5

  • this Kaiser Tinplate 12 in. loaf pan is not much, very thin, breads burn easily, can not be put in DW, price was great but nothing about is too enthusiatic!
    Rating: 1 / 5

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