Kitchen Supply 9" x 23/4" x 2" Paper Loaf Pan, Set of 25
- For baking 9 inch by 2.75 inch by 2.5 inch loaf
- Perfect for home-baked gifts
- No need to pre grease
- Instructions included
Bake a chef inspired loaf with this set of 25 loaf pans from Kitchen Supply. These pans feature a heavy gauge brown paper construction, with the feel of cardboard. These pans need no grease or oil before baking and or ideal for gift giving, with an elegant gold design on brown background. This set includes instructions and each pan is intended for a single use. These pans are ideal for baking leaves of anything from sweet banana bread to loaves of wheat and rye, and they are proudly made in the USA.
9" L x 2-1/2" W x 2-3/4" H
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VENTILATION HOLES IN BOTTOM: These do have some sort of ventilation hole in the bottom of each pan, which caught me off guard because even when I went back and double checked on Amazon, the holes are not visible in their product photos. (I've included photos of my own pans so that you can see what the holes look like.) My worries about possible leakage of my batter (like a thick cake batter) were unfounded, as the bread baked up just fine without any leaks. Because these are a paper product, they will absorb a little grease from your product (mine are like cake loaves, so there is a fair amount of oil).
ONE DOWNSIDE: The only downside I can see to these pans thus far is that they are not sealed enough to hold a glaze on the product after baking. I've included photos of the glaze dripping out of the corners of the pans and onto the counter beneath. You can also see from another photo how much glaze is on each loaf, though, as well. (It's a fair amount!) The pictured loaves were glazed while still quite warm, so maybe waiting until they've cooled some would help the glaze cool a little faster and not run through the bottoms so much. There is still a fair amount of glaze on the loaves and not everything ran through, so there should still be a good amount on the sides as well.
I bought the 6 x 2.5 x 2 inch pans, as well as the 8 x 2.5 x 2 inch pans, and have included a photo comparing their size.