- As a German brand Kaiser is known for its versatile stylish range of products and reliability in quality and finish. For almost 100 years Kaiser has been making baking a real experience whilst maintaining professional standards and progressing manufacturing technologies.
In a springform pan, the sides of the ring are loosened by means of a clasp: the ring opens and you can remove the base of the pan or fit it in again. Use the flat base of the springform pan to prepare cakes and flan cases. The base with a funnel hole at the centre can be used instead of a wreath cake pan for sponge cakes and Gugelhupf. In contrast to other baking pans the cake is not turned upside down when it is done. Simply loosen the clasp and lift the ring up off the base - thanks to the nonstick coating the cake comes out on its own. Since the carrier base is somewhat larger than the ring springform pans are entirely leakproof. They are available in different shapes and sizes, for instance circular, rectangular or heart-shaped.
Conjure sweet cake dreams for your afternoon tea table with the Gourmet collection. The springform pans come in different sizes and have a leakproof base. Unclasp the sides to take out the flat base and replace it with the funnel base to bake marble or sponge cakes. All of the pans have a nonstick coating - nothing sticks to the pan. When the cake is done it is not turned upside down, it is lifted out of the pan instead - simply loosen the clasp on the side to open the springform pan. Flan cases that are topped with fruit and cream are easy to bake in the tart pan. The Bundform Pan is perfect for baking cake specialities such as the Gugelhupf, and the rectangular loaf pan can be used for savoury baking goods such as pies and breads. These easy-care, grey-metallic pans must be handwashed. Gourmet newcomers can purchase a four piece set consisting of a springform pan that includes a flat and a funnel base, a tart pan and a loaf pan.
|Production||Made in Germany|
|Care||Wash by hand|