Silicone Bundt Pan
I've been baking successfully with silicone bakeware for years and wanted a bundt pan to replace an old Teflon coated pan that sticks like mad. Almost didn't buy this product upon reding the negative reviews but now I'm sure glad I went ahead with the purchase. It worked beautifully even when used without non-stick spray. I usually grease and flour my pans before I bake but I didn't need to do it with this pan. Will definitely be going back to buy another one. Also clean up is a breeze - either by hand or in the dishwasher.
November 25, 2012
A bundt disappointment
This thing has ruined my 'idiot proof' coffee cake. I thought it was me but I've used it four times now and I have to cook the thing so long the outside burns and the inside is goo. Never happened with my old aluminium pan. The only reason I bought this silicone thing is for easy storage and I guess it does a good job at that, just don't use it for baking.
November 7, 2012
Silicone Bundt Pan
I tried this out and my cake was half stuck in the pan, so needless to say it fell apart.
I sprayed it with Pam and floured it before using.
Maybe i should not have floured it, i don't know.
It was nearly impossible to flip the pan because it it is all silicone, it is very flimsy and made it very hard to flip out onto a plate.
I think a bundt pan is to deep to work well with silicone. I have other silicone baking items and they all work well.
November 6, 2012
good for some uses
I bought this pan thinking it would be good for making cakes like Angel Food and just regular cake mixes and find some of the batter still does stick on the inside of the mould each time.
This form of cake pan might be better for those desserts like Jello molds or ice cream desserts than actual cakes.
One advantage is that the mold is flexible and easy to store also.
June 5, 2008