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Springform Pans

A springform pan is a two-piece baking pan where the sides and bottom can be removed. The pan pieces are snapped together while baking and easily removed once the dessert is completed. It is designed to literally "spring" away from a cake after baking so as not to damage it. They are available in a number of sizes, shapes and metals. Round 9' and 10' anodized aluminum or heavy-gage steel are the most common forms. They can come in many variations, heart or star-shaped being the least common. This pan is mainly used for cakes, tortes and frozen desserts. This is a popular choice when making cheesecakes as they can easily collapse.

Springform Pan Definition

Who Invented the Springform Pan

Kaiser invented the springform pan, the "intelligent round cake pan" and is the world's largest springform pan manufacturer. Keeping ahead of the market, Kaiser then revolutionized the springform pan concept by recreating the pan in a variety of shapes, sizes and mold textures. Kaiser Bakeware's pans, designed with the home baker in mind, are manufactured from steel base metal, which provides even and gentle heat distribution for the even browning and baking generally found in professional kitchens. Ranging from the high end steel-gauge, two-layer non-stick, leak-proof La Form pans to the traditional tinned steel Tinplate pans, Kaiser designs its springform pans with a high degree of quality so you can produce a perfectly moist, tender cake.

Finding the right springform pan

Kaiser Springform Pan Table

There are over 30 springform pans ranging in various sizes, shapes and material features. Browse our Springform Gallery below to find the right springform pan for your baking needs:

Round Springform Pan
Mini Springform Pans
Mini Springform Pans


Kaiser Bakeware's mini springform pans are great for making individual cheesecakes, tarts, quiches and so much more. The mini springform pans are sold in either a set of four or individually.

Square Springform Pan
Square and Rectangular Springform Pans

Kaiser Bakeware's square and rectangular springform pans come in sizes of 7" x 7", 9" x 9" and 13" x 9". They're great for creating cheesecakes, cakes, frozen deserts, breads and savory dishes with the ability to easily remove your goodies without altering the presentation.



Perfect combination for a springform pan: silicone and ceramic

The LCP, from Ticona, Florence Ky., creates a stiff and stable base so the flexible ring clamps down forming a tight seal to keep baking mixtures from leaking out.

Flexible Spingform Pan

These pans can go directly from the freezer to a hot oven. The LCP base has a durable, nonstick surface. It also weighs about 30% less than comparable metal versions with no loss in rigidity or strength) and is safe for use in microwave ovens. The LCP colors easily, forms an attractive surface finish and is cut resistant, so it can be used for serving at the table.

The silicone-LCP springform pan gives excellent results when making tarts, cakes, souffles and other dishes that can't be flipped upside down after baking. The Vectra LCP comes to temperature faster and transfers the oven's heat better than metal, so recipes can bake quicker at lower temperatures. It also cools more quickly, has a pleasant-to-touch surface, easily releases baked items and can go in the dishwasher.



The springform pan makes your baking fun.
Kaiser Bakeware Springform Pan Gallery Here


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Recipe For Happiness

2 Heaping cups of Patience
1 Heart full of Love
2 Hands full of Generosity
1 Head full of Understanding
and a Dash of Laughter

Sprinkle generously with kindness, add plenty of faith and mix well. Spread over a period of a lifetime and serve to everyone you meet.

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