Definitions

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  • noun A round baking tin with a rim that can be detached from the base.

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Examples

  • Lightly grease a 9-inch round cake pan (a springform is a good choice).

    Chocolate Chip Coffee Cake | Baking Bites

  • Mix until smooth; pour over berries in springform pan.

    Archive 2009-07-01

  • Typically, cakes baked in springform pans are cooled right in the pan and the ring is removed before serving.

    Why use a springform pan? | Baking Bites

  • Mix until smooth; pour over berries in springform pan.

    Fresh Blackberry Kuchen

  • I think the ring-shaped springform is an inspired idea for the cranberry upside down cake -- a red wreath effect.

    Ragu Redux and Christmas in Red

  • A good way to make delicate cake recipes is to use a release pan sometimes called a springform pan so that you don’t have to turn it out of the pan and risk breaking it.

    The Skinnygirl Dish

  • A good way to make delicate cake recipes is to use a release pan sometimes called a springform pan so that you don’t have to turn it out of the pan and risk breaking it.

    The Skinnygirl Dish

  • Line a springform pan with pie crust, fill with filling, top and seal, bake for over an hour in a medium-slow oven. (call it three hundred degrees, though I bumped it up at the end to get some browning.)

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  • Pan note: The creator of this recipe used to use a springform pan, but no matter how well she wrapped the thing in tin foil, water would always seep in and make the crust soggy.

    DARING BAKERS DO CHEESECAKE!

  • Pan note: The creator of this recipe used to use a springform pan, but no matter how well she wrapped the thing in tin foil, water would always seep in and make the crust soggy.

    Archive 2009-04-01

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