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Norpro Silicone Pie Crust Shield
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- Allows pie to rise in middle to prevent spillage
- Protects pie crust from burning
- Made of food grade silicone; won't stain or absorb odors
- Fits pies up to 10 inch diameter
- Heat safe up to 450 degrees F; dishwasher safe
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|Dimensions||10 inches x 10 inches x 2 inches||0.5 inches x 12 inches x 10 inches||0.5 inches x 10.5 inches x 10.5 inches||0.8 inches x 10.1 inches x 4 inches|
|Item Package Weight||0.35 pounds||0.2 pounds||0.2 pounds||0.05 pounds|
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Package Quantity: 1 | Size: 10in/25.5cm
Top Customer Reviews
The shield provides ample protection for the crust without covering the pie filling, and they can be easily removed without worrying about damaging the edge of the crust. Unlike the aluminum shields, the silicon pie shield won't become dented or banged up after a few uses or storage mishaps. This pie shield costs just a tad bit more than the aluminum ones, but it is well worth the extra cents especially if you bake a lot of pies.
The shield is dishwasher safe and oven safe up to 450 degrees F.
1) I used a pie pan that was embossed on the bottom as being 10".
2) I laid the Norpro shield on the pan, and it didn't come close.
3) I then flipped the shield "face down" and measured it.
... In Norpro's defense - the INSIDE measurement was exactly 10 inches.
4) So, back to the 10" pie pan to do some measurements. Aha! Depends on WHERE you measure:
... The pan's INSIDE edge-to-edge measurement = 10"
... The pan's OUTSIDE edge-to-edge measurement = 10¾"
I can honestly say that I never even considered the width of a pie pan's "lip". I expected the Norpro 10" shield to fit, simply because I "assumed" that a pie pan's given measurement was the outside diameter. And what are we commonly cautioned about the word "assume" ?
In closing, some suggestions:
I bought two shields so I could use scissors to "open" one of them. I draped the "opened" shield on the above 10" pie pan; this left a gap of about 3". I closed the gap with a small piece of foil - which the flexible shield held in place perfectly!
I have a 10" Pyrex pie pan with handles, so there is NO shield that would "seat" properly. I just turn the Norpro silicone shield upside down, center it, and let rest on the crust. It has worked fine for me, and seems to give just as much "browning" protection.
Hope this was helpful.
A couple of reviewers have reported that it does not fit 10" pans. All I can say is that it fits mine. It is a little snug but it fits without damagine my fluted or crimped edges. For 9" pans, it is perfect. It will even work with 8" pans if positioned carefully.
Begone, hateful strips of foil. This is the way to go.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought 4 sets. My 3 daughters and for myself. We all loved them.Published 9 days ago by Jeanne Williams
works great but it is too small for my deep dish pie pans; works for regular size pie pans.Published 18 days ago by RC
I'm not a big pie maker. I make only about 10 pies a year and that is only when we harvest from our apple tree in October. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kai Hardzog
This is really too small unless you are using a cheap pie pan or a disposable pie pan. It's interior diameter is about 9. Read morePublished 1 month ago by boylan
The pie crust protector is perfect for normal sized pies... i can finally stop using aluminum foil fir the crusts!Published 1 month ago by Kathrine
I was disappointed that this pie ring does not fit my 9.5" Le Cruset pie plates. It's a bit too small. Off to search for anotherPublished 1 month ago by Michele Gouveia Allen
I bought this for my mother in law who bakes pies all the time and always has to use pieces of foil to cover the crusts. She laughed really hard when she realized what this was. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Karin Williamson