Nordic Ware Pro Form Creme Filled Wafer Pan
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- Heavy cast aluminum.
- Excellent thermal conductivity.
- Intricate design looks like a cookie.
- Heat-reflective exterior and nonstick interior.
- Dimensions: 9.75L x 9.75W x 3H.
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Top Customer Reviews
One box of cake mix and one tub of frosting is the perfect amount for creating a creme-filled wafer cake with these pans. Be sure to grease and lightly but thoroghly flour the pans or use the nonstick spray that includes flour, and bake at the lower temperature suggested on the cake mix box (for coated pans). If you're making the chocolate wafer cake, use cocoa instead of flour for extra flavor and the right color.
Click on the customer photos to see my Creme Filled Lemon Butter Cookie cake which I dusted with confectioners sugar. WOW was that easy yet impressive! Next time I'll make a giant Oreo cake. I may never have to frost another cake again! :D
I barely had to use soap to rinse out the crumbs. ♥ non-stick!
I made a chocolate cake, and crushed up a row of oreos to mix in with the frosting. I found 1 tub to fall slightly short of "oozing from the sides" like the pictures on the box, but that could have been because the cookies made it so much thicker. If you plan to do that, try adding a few spoonfuls of cool whip to the frosting to make it a little lighter. It doesn't take much to double your frosting, so start small!
One thing I prefer about this pan is the clear space in the middle to pipe someone's name or a date or whatever.
If I had used someone else's first, I would have bought this even if it wasn't on sale. There are so many possibilities for adorable cakes, your kids and friends will all want one! (oreo, lemon cream, strawberries & chocolate - or vice versa, giant ice cream cookie sandwiches)
What I would do differently:
**I got busy decorating cupcakes waiting for it to cool. The directions say to cool it 10 mins before removing the cake from the tins. I left it in the tins much longer than that. It didn't break and it came out ok but it would've looked 'nicer' had I removed it when I should have (after 10 mins).
**I would not use cocoa powder to dust the tins. I would just spray it with Baker's Secret - nothing else.Read more ›
Four stars because I used more than the usual amount of shortening to grease it up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was not an embossed cake pan. Instead it was just a flat tart pan. Please do not order if you want to make an "Oreo Cookie"-style cake.Published 5 months ago by D.M. Stuart
This listing is very misleading - this is the fluted bottom pan only. There doesn't seem to be anywhere to order the top pan to get the pattern.Published 6 months ago by G. Campbell
Picture shows detail on the cake bottom but the cake pan has a smooth bottom. Very Disappointed!Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
Picture makes it look as if the pan is textured. It is not. Just a single flat pan.Published 7 months ago by David A. Silva
Would be better if there were two in a set and said cookie on it or somethingPublished 7 months ago by Michelle
I am not happy with this pan at all. The picture plainly shows detailing on the top half of cookie but this is just a flat pan. No details at all. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Amber