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Essential Bakeware for a Well-Stocked Kitchen

from www.only-cookware.com - Cookware Consumer Guide

When stocking a kitchen, many people put a lot of thought into buying the right pots and pans, but totally forget about bakeware until they realize they don’t have the right cake pan or muffin tin for their recipes.  Here are some of the most popular baking pans and accessories that you’ll need to get started.

Two Cookie Sheets

Cookie sheets are an essential part of the kitchen, because they are so very flexible.  Not only are they used to turn out your favorite Tollhouse Cookies and Snickerdoodles, but they also provide a drip-proof oven shelf for reheating pizza or broiling steaks.  Having two sheets allows you to finish your baking quickly and effectively.

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Two Eight-Inch Cake Pans

Perfect for ever-popular birthday cakes, eight-inch round cake pans can also be used individually for brownies, fruit crumbles, or pot pies.

pies and cakes Nine-Inch Pie Pan

Strawberry-rhubarb, lemon meringue, Key Lime – no matter what your favorite flavor, there is sure to be a pie that you love to eat, and love to bake.  Make sure that you have a nine-inch pie pan on hand for when those cravings hit!

13x9x2-Inch Square Pan

Large brownie mixes, bar cookies, and other delicious goodies are best whipped up in the typical 13x9x2 square pan.  This useful pan can also double as cookware for dishes such as lasagna and baked ziti.

12-Cup Muffin Pan

Who doesn’t love to wake up to fresh baked corn, blueberry, or bran muffins?  Not to mention the added bonus of easy-to-bake cupcakes.  A 12-cup muffin pan allows you to make all of these things and more, without being too large to store efficiently.

These baking essentials will get you started on the road to having a well-stocked kitchen with all of the supplies you need for day-to-day cooking and baking.  






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