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From blueberry-oat breakfast muffins to creative chocolate cupcakes, prepare your favorite sweet treats in this Chicago Metallic 12-c. Commercial Muffin Pan. The solid-aluminized steel pan is designed for heavy use, so it maintains its shape in the oven and delivers consistently over time. Because it makes 12 individual cupcakes or muffins at a time, this pan is great for preparing dessert for a crowd. The durable metal pan is easy to handle, and heat distributes evenly across the entire surface to prevent hot spots. The traditional light-colored uncoated surface can be used with paper muffin cups or sprayed with your favorite oil to encourage easy food release and consistent browning across the entire surface of the muffin or cupcake. The size of this pan makes it simple to slide two into your oven at once, so you can prepare batches of muffins even more quickly when you're getting ready for a bake sale, classroom party or picnic event.
Best Used For:
While this pan is ideal for creating consistent whole-grain muffins and classic vanilla cupcakes, we also love to use it for making individual breakfast casseroles, single-serving meatloaves and miniature fritattas.
Makes twelve individual muffins at a time to make bulk baking easier
Aluminized stainless steel construction delivers reliable and consistent performance day after day
25-year manufacturer's warranty ensures you'll be able to use the pan for years to come
I bake "healthy muffins" in batches of 48 & freeze them. They are a staple for my family, serving as a quick breakfast, snack, dessert. Whole grain flour & oat bran, honey instead of sugar, fruits, nuts etc. These are the only muffins I bake, so I can't speak for muffins which are made with white flour, sugar, etc. which may react differently to the discussed muffin pans.
My experience: Non stick muffin pans made the muffins unappealingly dark everywhere the muffin actually touched the pan (sides & bottoms). My old funky aluminum muffin pans turned out a better muffin, but small & not very pretty. The Chicago Metallic 12 c commercial muffin pan turned out a "just right" muffin, the best size and conformity. So I ordered 2 more.
The market is over saturated with dark, non-stick muffin pans, and it is a shame. They tend to burn the bottom of the muffins.
My husband makes the best bran muffins ever, so I did a little research to find the very best muffin tins available. I believe these are the ones. Every muffin we've made in these pans has turned out picture perfect.
Free tip: Only butter (or grease) the bottom of the tin, or only a miniscule part of the sides, in order to get a good dome.
Buy these muffin pans. It's a joy to have a quality product, and it's a fair value.
I love this muffin pan! I baked 6 dozen muffins in one afternoon (I like to bake in batch and freeze for easy breakfasts and snacks), and even with spillovers it was super easy to clean up. I have a silicone muffin pan as well, and when it has spillovers, it is so hard to clean. I retired the silicone pan, and plan on buying another one of these pans!
After buying a teflon coated muffin pan and always burning my muffins, I took a look at this one. It's very heavy duty, light metal and shouldn't burn. Very happy with it. I'm going to be brave and even try it with muffin papers!