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  • Flexible and non-stick: baked goods pop out easily
  • Stain and odor resistant
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  • Temperature safe from -40 to +446 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Microwave, oven, freezer, and dishwasher safe.
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Size: Mini
  • Product Dimensions: 11.7 x 6.8 x 0.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B004G42QRG
  • Item model number: SM-102RD
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Size: Mini

Savarin is a sponge like cake leavened with yeast, baked in a ring mold, and often soaked with a rum syrup. And with the Freshware SM-102RD silicone Savarin ring cake pan, you can easily make up to 18 mini versions at once! You can even try using this pan to make healthier, oven-baked mini donuts! As part of Freshware's premium Chef's Specialties line of bakeware, this pan is constructed of food-grade silicone that's heat, odor and stain resistant. Before using the Freshware SM-102RD Mini Savarin ring cake pan for the first time, we recommend applying shortening, oil or butter to the surface of the pan. After this first step, your bakeware will be non-stick and easy to clean. Simply rinse it with hot water or put in the dishwasher. Pan Size: 11.7-Inch by 6.8-Inch by 0-1/2-Inch, Cup Size: 1.6-Inch diameter by 0-1/2-Inch, Volume: 18 by 10-Ml, Total 180-Ml


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Customer Reviews

Sending it back ASAP!
Mrs. C
If I make a circle with my middle finger and thumb, that would be about the right size, though I admittedly don't have the biggest hands.
Molly Barnes
This makes really cute tiny donuts!
Hanbit Park

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Molly Barnes on December 16, 2011
Size Name: Mini Verified Purchase
Maybe I'm just biased from having made plenty of 'miniature' desserts for events, or from assuming that the donuts commonly found in shops like Dunkin' are large sized, rather than standard, but this pan more than suited my needs.

The donuts that it produces are bite-sized, akin to the size of a 'mini-cupcake' that you might find in stores, or used in cake lollipops. Depending on the recipe you use, they do puff up a bit, and the ones that I made were a little over an inch and a half in diameter, as described, and able to be eaten in a couple bites. (If I make a circle with my middle finger and thumb, that would be about the right size, though I admittedly don't have the biggest hands.)

The silicone was actually great, in that donuts cooked evenly, and once they were done, a quick twist of the pan popped them right onto the plate. Obviously, if you're looking to make donuts to fill up a full meal, check for a larger cavity size, with fewer donuts per pan. That said, if you want MINI donuts, in a size that would be better for snacking or sharing, don't let the negative comments dissuade you. This pan is just fine.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By C. Lorenz on May 17, 2011
Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
This pan definitely doesn't make huge donuts, but as long as you read the description and realize the size you won't be disappointed. Our baking mold just arrived today and the kids and I made delicious(and healthy) baked chocolate donuts this afternoon(I'll post a picture above). We followed the instructions provided and prepped the pan with a bit of coconut oil before the first use. After that, I didn't grease it at all and the baked donuts fell right out perfectly with no sticking whatsoever. I love that it's dishwasher safe too! My only disappointments are that a)the donuts aren't a tad bigger, and b)it doesn't make more at once. I'd love to have one with 12 cavities. It would make baking much faster if you could do more at a time. I'm going to buy a 2nd pan. They are plenty small enough to be able to fit multiple ones in the oven.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By mugsmommy on September 19, 2011
Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
Nice piece of bake ware that was great for donuts. After the donuts cooled they just fall right out of the pan. I used it for a gluten free donut recipe. I would say to only fill the spaces half full so they don't lose their donut hole while baking.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By debraamethyst on December 19, 2012
Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
As some others have noted, this is the perfect size for making donuts, not the other Freshware mini-donut pan. Even after many uses, my donuts continue to jump right out of their molds! I simply use my fingers to apply a thin layer of coconut oil to the molds before filling them the first time, but don't do it if I refill the molds again. My donuts are a coconut flour version and turn out very well. My only concern was that you can't leave a mold empty in the oven. My simple solution is to fill any remaining molds with some water. So far this works well as my silicone pan hasn't warped. Clean up is a breeze as well! Overall I am simply thrilled to find this silicone pan!
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By aspc1977 on February 16, 2012
Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
I was not surprised by the size but keep in mind that it is very small.

The holes are too low so the batter generally comes up over them so you only get a hole on one side. Mine stuck every time if I did not let it fully cool in the pan. It does come out well if allowed to fully cool in the pan. That is not feasible for cooking more than 6 donuts. I suppose that I could buy 3 more pans and then I wouldn't have to cook multiple batches but that is cost prohibitive. This is not an inexpensive product.

The quality of the product is fine but I just don't see the advantage to the pan. It didn't make a donut, it made a disk with a dent in the bottom.

Overall, just not worth the money, I wish I had not made this impulse purchase.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By M. Bazarian on December 18, 2012
Size Name: Mini Verified Purchase
I've only used this once, but so far, so good. I like using silicone baking containers - they are nonstick and easy to clean - love that they are dishwasher safe. The donuts that it bakes up are truly bite size, which make it fun for my two young children to eat. I DO have to put the mold on a cookie sheet in order to keep it steady while carrying it to and from the oven, but no big deal. Pretty typical to do that with any silicone baking tool.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Texaswomyn VINE VOICE on August 24, 2012
Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
Maybe it's me, or my recipe, but my batter did not stay in the circular donut shaped cavity, but rose and baked over the shallow "hole" part of the mold, producing a circular shaped cake with an indentation where I expected a hole. I think the part that's supposed to form the hole should have extended past the plane of the pan, instead of stopping below the edge. Next time I will try less batter, which I think will result in a thin, "flat on one side", maybe with a hole in it, cakelet.

The pan did bake and release well.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Baker's Dozen on April 1, 2013
Size Name: Medium Verified Purchase
Unfortunately the donuts these make are just too thin. The center piece should be about 2 mm taller, then you could make a fat, satisfactory donut from this pan. I don't think these should be sold as donut pans because they are clearly designed to make savarins, which are basically a donut with a base and an indention on top to put fillings in, but not an American style donut with fat round sides and a hole in the middle. I had to return my 4 pans, but if I ever want to make lots of savarins, I know what product to buy.
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