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Silcone Solutions 9 x 5 Inch Loaf Pan, Burgundy

4.1 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews

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  • 9 Inch x 5 Inch Loaf Pan
  • Heat resistant up to 500F and is microwave and freezer safe
  • Silicone cooks evenly and completely and provides quick release
  • Made from FDA food grade silicone and is stain and odor resistant
  • Dishwasher safe/rinses clean
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Product Description

Color: Burgundy

Silicone Solutions bakeware is the ultimate non-stick product. Made from premium quality food grade silicone, this product provides ample flexibility and a non-stick easy to clean finish so your baked goods are easily and quickly released. Silicone bakeware is perfect for cake, brownies, muffins, cupcakes, meatloaf and more! Since all of the bakeware is freezer safe, its great for chilled and frozen foods such as ice cream cakes and gelatins. All the bakeware retains its shape during and after cooking and is heat resistant up to 500F. When baking with silicone keep in mind that cooking times may be slightly shorter and temperatures slightly less than with ordinary baking pans. Dishwasher safe.

Product Information

Color:Burgundy
Product Dimensions 16 x 18 x 3 inches
Item Weight 1 pounds
Shipping Weight 8.8 ounces
Manufacturer Silicone Solutions
ASIN B002RWKMZW
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Item model number 19250030
Customer Reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars 69 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #204,334 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#254 in Kitchen & Dining > Bakeware > Bread & Loaf Pans > Loaf Pans
Discontinued by manufacturer Yes
Date first available at Amazon.com August 15, 2004

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By K. Spencer on June 28, 2010
Color: Burgundy Verified Purchase
The person who invented this should be a millionaire by now. We've been using ours for over a year now and it works great! Nothing sticks to it. The bread or brownies or whatever just comes right out in one piece. We fold it up and stuff it in the drawer for storage, which doesn't hurt it a bit. Caveat - do not clean these silicone pans with a scrub brush or brillo pad b/c you will scratch the surface. Soak it in water a while and use a washcloth. Usually there is not that much stuck to it - only if you overbaked it and it's a sugary mixture, then a little bit may stick to it.
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Color: Burgundy Verified Purchase
I *really* wanted to like this - the idea of eliminating the need for parchment to prevent sticking is most appealing, and space/weight are issues in my boat. But we have now used it twice (for bread) and both times, it smoked heavily with an acrid odor of plasticizers... setting off the smoke detector and driving us out of the house. I don't know the potential health impact of this, if any, but it certainly is not pleasant to be around.

I love silicone kitchen products and have quite a few, but this makes me nervous. We'll try it one more time for lower-temperature cooking, but never again at 500.

Added note: it is interesting to observe that at the moment (Feb 2012) the three most recent reviews are all 1-star and complain of smoke. I think somebody changed vendors... before buying this or anything like it, do some web searching on silicone bakeware smoking. There is a LOT of commentary out there, and apparently not all the plastics are the same.

(Another added note a few months later - 500 is pushing it for any silicone product, and is probably not specific to this brand. I've added a couple of stars accordingly... singling this one out as a smoker was not fair. The product description here does actually say 500 degrees, but a bit of research about silicone bakeware in general turns up more conservative numbers in the 428-475 range.)
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Color: Burgundy Verified Purchase
I'm reviewing this product strictly for use as a soap mold. I think the price is reasonable and the silicone mold is fairly sturdy. The problem is that it's not quite sturdy enough for adding four pounds of liquid melt and pour soap base. Due to the heaviness of the soap, the silicone mold bulges out on the sides, allowing for an even wider soap loaf.

While the above didn't really bother me, some soapmakers might benefit from knowing this. Also, since it was used for melt and pour glycerin soap, it might not work like this for rebatched soap; I haven't tried that method yet.

Removal of hardened soap is effortless and the silicone mold is easy to clean. Another huge plus is the fact that it's so lightweight.
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By JN on October 8, 2010
Color: Burgundy
I bake bread in it. Does what it supposed to do
Stays in shape, doesn't smell.
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By Mkami on October 7, 2011
Color: Burgundy Verified Purchase
I use the pan as a soap mold and I cannot complain. The soap come out easily and the pan is extremely easy to clean.
I am buying more with different shapes.
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Color: Black Verified Purchase
I bought one of these back in November, but didn't get around to using it until today. I tried to cook some cornbread at 400 degrees (the description claims it can handle 500), and it produced a disgusting smoke that smelled a lot like burning plastic. I had to take it out of the oven because it smelled so bad, and I could see the smoke coming off the pan. It didn't show any sign of melting, though. I'm going to return it or throw it away.
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By Martin Japan on October 23, 2011
Color: Burgundy Verified Purchase
Yes, it works. But it is as floppy and wobbly as it looks.
Non stick yes.
I had to place other items along the side to stop it from bulging out.
I am now looking for an aluminium pan that I can sit this inside as a liner.
Yes, it works, but am not in love with it.
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By Jess on June 15, 2011
Color: Burgundy Verified Purchase
Great non-stick baking pan. It is very easy to remove baked goods. One tip: Place pan on a cookie sheet when allowing bread dough to rise in the pan, it is so soft that the dough gets disturbed when you move the pan into the oven and the dough collapses. The cookie sheet helps you gently move the pan.
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