Holiday Baking: Bake-and-Give Pans

Holiday Baking: Bake-and-Give Pans

Emma Christensen
Nov 19, 2009

We love bringing quick breads and pound cakes to holiday gatherings, but struggle with ways to make them look pretty when we present them to our hosts. The folks at King Arthur Flour are way ahead of us!

This year (or at least we don't remember them from previous years!), King Arthur Flour has come out with a whole selection of bake-and-give pans, from full loaf pans to miniature cake rounds. They even have cute star and heart shaped pans!

Most of them are made from heavy-duty oven-safe paper, and they're designed so you can literally bake the cake in the disposable pan and give it away. No more fears about cakes crumbling en route to a gathering or forgetting your own metal pans at a friend's house!

We think these paper pans are much classier and more festive than the aluminum ones we sometimes get from the grocery store. Ranging in price from $5.95 to $14.95, they're affordable too.

Take a Look! - Bake-and-Give Pans from King Arthur Flour

Related: Holiday Fruitcake: Where Do You Stand?

(Images: King Arthur Flour)

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