KitchenAid Silicone 6-in-1 Loaf Pan with Sled, Red
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- Bakes six 6-by-3-inch mini loaves of bread; perfect for holiday baking
- FDA-approved food-grade silicone guaranteed safe to 500 degrees F
- Refrigerator-, freezer-, microwave-, oven-, and dishwasher-safe
- Heats and cools quickly and evenly; quick-release permanent nonstick surface
- made of silicone
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Top Customer Reviews
Like a previous reviewer said, it does give off a rubbery smell and I've noticed a smoky kitchen, too, when I oil or grease the silicon prior to baking with it.
BUT it does work as promised, and the three things I've used it for (corn bread, banana bread, and blackberry muffin bread) all came out perfect, even and brown on all sides, and they slid out of the silicone without a problem.
So, if you can figure out how to eliminate the smoky kitchen (maybe it's me) - and if you have somewhere to store such a large item - then you can't go wrong.
Be sure to use the included sled when filling and baking - put the pan in the sled and then both right into the oven. The pan by itself is too flexible, and manuevering without the sled would make a big mess.
The cornbreads easily popped out of the pan. No loosening, cooling, or scraping involved. The cleanup was incredibly fast, just a swish through soapy water.
Over time, silicone may be the way to replace those clunky metal pans (ever try to quietly get pots and pans out of the cupboard for a surprise breakfast?)! I suspect the non-stick will not quickly wear off since it is solid material through and through. I'm hoping durability will make this a good long-term choice.
Silicone CONS: smells strongly 'chemically' (to coin a phrase :) for the first several uses, and is just floppy and annoying to work with. It is also VERY hot coming out of the oven, and cools SLOWLY. A giant floppy HOT pan is not my idea of fun. I have also noticed that a giant red plastic pan of hot muffins is a major draw to my kids. The pan may look Little Tikes, but it is HOT! I have to use a cookie pan under it to keep it stabilized, but I think this affects the heat circulation in the oven. Another drawback to Silicone bakeware is actually touted as a 'plus': You can 'save space' by storing it rolled up!. Hello. It takes up the same mass rolled or flat, you'd have to bunjie cord the stuff to keep it rolled, none of the pieces 'nest' together, and pretty much would need to devote a drawer or wide flat storage space for your collection of bakeware. I store my bakeware standing up...which is not an option for floppy silicone.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have had my mini loaf pan a long time and love the silicon with the sled. The sled supports the silicon loaf pan and it is the only way that I will make mini anything. Read morePublished on January 29, 2010 by K.O.
I was disappointed that this wouldn't fit into my convection oven. I would love to have been able to use it.Published on December 28, 2008 by Janet Gari
I had been looking for some time for a mini loaf pan, but had been unable to find one in a conventional material. Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by S. Kibby
I love silicone bakeware and this is my favorite piece. You DO need to spritz it with non-stick spray, but if you do nothing sticks and everything is evenly browned. Read morePublished on January 11, 2007 by Kate Laws
Used mine for banana nut bread and it was great, but I didn't use the base - just sat the pan on a cookie sheet. I didn't notice any odor at all at 350 degrees. Read morePublished on July 5, 2006 by Kay McNeely
My wife Marisa uses to make bread at home: very good !! With this 6-in-1 she makes different stile breads. Read morePublished on June 28, 2006 by Adriano Rossetti
I can't get past the chemical odor this pan gives off when baking. I was baking only at 350 degrees and the chemical smell overwhelmed the fresh baking cake aroma. Read morePublished on May 30, 2006 by M. Gove
I was disappointed in this product. I know the silicone bakeware is floppy and assumed the sled would support it, but it didn't. Read morePublished on November 18, 2005 by K. Voelker