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Fat Daddio's Anodized Aluminum Round Cake Pan, 9-Inch x 3-Inch

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9-Inch x 3-Inch
  • Heats faster and cools quicker
  • Non-reactive 16 gauge anodized aluminum
  • No extra metals or chemical coatings
  • Safe for citrus based foods
  • Lifetime warranty
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Product Details

Size: 9-Inch x 3-Inch
  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 9 x 3 inches ; 12 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000VLIHI
  • Item model number: PRD-93
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (384 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,234 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: 9-Inch x 3-Inch

Fat Daddio’s anodized aluminum bakeware reaches baking temperatures faster so your recipe can start doing its thing. Seamless, even-wall construction, produces consistent heating so your recipe turns out the way it should. No extra metal means quicker cooling times so your baking actually stops baking. Anodizing allows bakeware to become more. More durable. More versatile. Safe for citrus based foods and no cross-contamination. No extra metals, chemical coatings, or excuses for poor performance. Don’t let bakeware limit your baking.


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Customer Reviews

Clean up is easy.
kgmnyc
This is the perfect size to make detailed smash cakes for a child's birthday party or as a top layer of a tiered cake.
Amazon Customer
Very high quality pans, solid and heavy.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

82 of 84 people found the following review helpful By The Sanctimonious One on April 29, 2009
Size Name: 9-Inch x 2-Inch Verified Purchase
Picked up two of these after watching Americas Test Kitchen and getting a serious sweet tooth for a yellow cake that they made. After consulting Alton Brown's kitchen hardware book, I decided to eschew the normal nonstick brands that you find all over Bed, Bath and Beyond and similar stores and sought out all aluminum pans. For those who don't know aluminum, like copper, provides excellent even heat distribution, which is essential for all serious cooking and consistent results.

I picked up two Fat Daddio's pans after reading the numerous reviews praising them. I will simply add my voice to the din. They are light, very attractive and, most importantly, do an excellent job at baking. 9 inches is an optimal diameter, but also you really need to have at least a 2 inch height for the rim so the cake doesn't overflow while baking. My cake came out superb and the pans were easy to clean. Fat Daddio's is just an awesome name for a pan manufacturer too. I plan to get far more Fat Daddio's pans for future baking.

Highly recommended!
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47 of 49 people found the following review helpful By island gardener on November 21, 2010
Size Name: 8-Inch x 2-Inch Verified Purchase
Since buying my first Fat Daddio's pan a few months ago, I've now gradually acquired seven more. These are IMHO the good, bad, and annoying-but-fixable about the pans in general.. Starting with the Bad, since it's only one:

The Bad:

Overall quality control is perhaps not as good as it COULD be. Out of the 8 different F.D. baking pans I've bought, two of them had at least one edge that was not 'finished' properly and was shiny, non-anodized, and raw enough to either scrape or cut skin. That said, Amazon promptly processed an exchange as soon as I notified them about it. One of the replacement pans came in what I'd consider less-than-new condition: numerous black scratches that did not wash off, a total absence of either the Fat Daddio long peel-off sticker OR the square barcode sticker, and the bottom of the pan was dented. So I sent that back for a replacement. On the one hand, 3 bad pans out of 9 = 33% problem-ratio, which is not good; but 9 pans is a very small sample and I could just have been unlucky in the Warehouse Lottery, who knows?

The Good:

Love that they are anodized aluminum rather than the plain tinny stuff (I no longer use nonstick anything). I normally line the bottom of my pans with parchment but am too lazy to grease the sides -- yet these don't stick.

Love how the square and rectangular pans have STRAIGHT sides, not tapered; they are the proper size throughout, not like most other brands that are only 9x5 (for instance) along the top but the bottoms may measure closer to 8x4.

Great cleanup with little effort.

Lightweight without being flimsy. I had a pair of 8" round Calphalons a few years ago that were probably half the weight empty as the batters that got put into them!
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Mrs. J on October 4, 2010
Size Name: 6-Inch x 2-Inch Verified Purchase
I highly recommend these 6" cake pans - they work great and give you more flexibility in baking smaller quantities. These hold 4 cups of batter, and a 9" circle cake pans holds 8 cups (these quantities vary slightly based on the height of the pan - I'm using my own pan measurements). So you just divide a 9" cake recipe by two if you want to bake it in this 6" pan. [Don't over-fill as there is sometimes a slight differential when splitting recipes in how much things rise...or just bake on a rimmed baking sheet if you're not sure.] I personally bought two of these so that I can make layer cakes. They work well and seem to be made of high quality metal.
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33 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Ripley on January 5, 2011
Size Name: 9-Inch x 3-Inch Verified Purchase
I own three of these cake pans. Eventually I plan to try a single taller cake, but for now I have just baked three thin layers separately for cakes like Italian Cream and German Chocolate.

The good:
These pans are heavy enough to feel substantial without being unwieldy, and I like the rounded top edge. They bake beautifully. I get an evenly baked, flat cake layer--no bump or hill in the middle like my cheap cake pans. The cake releases easily from the pan. I use either Crisco and flour or Pam baking spray with a parchment round in the bottom. The cake always pulls away from the side of the pan slightly as it cools, which means no more need to run a knife around the edge to release. They also clean easily with soap, water, and a scrub brush.

The bad:
The labels are a pain to remove. There is a smaller bar code label on the bottom and a longer branding label along the side. The bar code label has to be scrubbed and soaked and then treated with Goo Gone. The branding label peels off more easily but leaves tape residue behind. Treating both areas with Goo Gone made it better but did not entirely remove the label residue. I'll have to try someone else's tip that I just read to use nail polish remover as the final removal step.

I also wanted to note that these cake pans do not stack one inside the other for storage like the cheaper versions will. If kitchen space is a consideration, this may be a hassle until you figure out a new storage option. I personally think the trade-off in performance is worth the extra storage space.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By userinfo on October 2, 2010
Size Name: 9-Inch x 2-Inch Verified Purchase
If you want a great cake pan that will take your baking to the next level, you are on the right page. In the 10 years that I have been baking (for my family, I'm not a pro) I have never seen such an evenly baked cake!! The sides and bottom come out perfectly golden all around every time and as long as you know how to deal with a "stick" surface (e.g. butter and flour) you will be very happy with the results. I love these pans and am blown away by their quality and performance.
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