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Norpro 3964 Cream Canoe Pan With Bonus 9 Piece Decorating Set
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- 8 sponge cakes or eclairs each measuring 4.5 inches length , 1.75 inches width and 1.5 inches deep
- Durable heavy gauge construction
- Nonstick coating for easy release
- Comes with bonus 9-piece decorating set and recipes.
- Hand washing recommended
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DO NOT buy this set for the decorating kit. The long injector tip is useful for filling the cakes, but the whole decorating set it made of low grade plastic that I worried about breaking with each use. The tip end of the syringe reservoir is conical, but the plunger is flat so you can not get the last 2 Tbs of filling out. I crumpled up plastic wrap and put it in the tube to force out as much filling as possible. It worked reasonably well, but was messy when I was finished!
We've been baking a lot of gluten-free treats in our household since I've been diagnosed with gluten sensitivity, so I was particularly eager to use the Norpro Cream Canoe pan for making a gluten-free version of our beloved Twinkies and cupcakes. We got excellent results using our vanilla sponge cake recipe from Annelise G. Roberts's GLUTEN-FREE BAKING CLASSICS (also available on Amazon.com, BTW). Before that, I tried to make chocolate "Twinkies" for a family gathering, but our tender chocolate fudge cake recipe wasn't up to it: the injector all but tore the delicate cakes apart. Since they still tasted good, we used frosting and the filling recipe to "glue" the cakes back together. The cream-filled cupcakes and "mini-eclairs," as our relatives called the Twinkie-oids, were a hit! :-) So give the Norpro Cream Canoe Pan a try, whatever your dietary needs may be!
The snack cakes we loved as kids in the Fifties are really not like they were. The cupcakes in particular, towards the Seventies, got a strange texture, bitter aftertaste and were not really the ones we grew up on and loved. The iconic sponge finger Twinkies are now an endangered species (they go on the endangered list with 16 oz sodas and Happy Meals?) So it's time to strike out on our own and make our own, better, more healthy, more tasty snacky cakes.
I have been baking since I was two years old (really! Mom caught me whipping up a cake in front of the television, following a cooking show.) So the opportunity to make my own snack cakes caught my attention. Not only that, I'm coming up with some Frankentwinkie ideas. I could make new, unheard-of versions--chocolate with mint filling, pumpkin flavor with whiskey-infused creme patisserie are just some ideas. Red Velvet Twinkies with marscapone-cream? Vanilla cake with dark chocolate truffle and rum?
Anyway, fear not the death of the Twinkie. You can revive them like Dr. Frankenstein in your own kitchen laboratory. It's ALIVE!!!!!!!
So fun and easy to make, plus they taste great!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These work perfectly for making twinkies, love the marshmallow crème filling it works great in cupcakes also.Published 4 months ago by SUSAN HIRTE
the part that injects the filling could use some improvement. Really cheap and messy to use. I bought a better "filler". the pan is nice though!Published 8 months ago by lazyshopper
Excellent quality and for a good price. I'm completely satisfied!Published 8 months ago by Anne Bridgeman
We have used this many time since I received it. Love the many recipes I've found online - from Chocolate Twinkies, Pumpkin and traditional flavor. So easy and fun to make. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Laurie B. Wagner
I bought this pan when Twinkees were no longer being sold. I couldn't go without my desert so had to learn to make my own. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alice Ceballos