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USA Pan American Bakeware Classics 1-Pound Loaf Pan, Aluminized Steel, 1 Pound USA Pan American Bakeware Classics 1-Pound Loaf Pan, Aluminized Steel, 1 Pound USA Pan American Bakeware Classics 1-Pound Loaf Pan, Aluminized Steel, 1 Pound USA Pan American Bakeware Classics 1-Pound Loaf Pan, Aluminized Steel, 1 Pound

USA Pan American Bakeware Classics 1-Pound Loaf Pan, Aluminized Steel, 1 Pound

USA Pan American Bakeware Classics 1-Pound Loaf Pan, Aluminized Steel, 1 Pound USA Pan American Bakeware Classics 1-Pound Loaf Pan, Aluminized Steel, 1 Pound USA Pan American Bakeware Classics 1-Pound Loaf Pan, Aluminized Steel, 1 Pound USA Pan American Bakeware Classics 1-Pound Loaf Pan, Aluminized Steel, 1 Pound
$ 16.99

Score By Feature

Based on 1,063 ratings
Easy to remove
9.50
Easy to clean
9.68
Heat distribution
9.70
Sturdiness
9.70

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Product Description

Suitable for casual bakers as well as those just entering the world of baking Alphabetical alphabet nonstick 1 This pound loaf bakeware pan is perfect for baking homemade bread. The pan comes with a limited lifetime warranty
It measures 5 inches by 4 inches. 5 in. x 2 in. The diameter of the wheel is 75" Designed to facilitate air flow and even baking, baking pans feature unique features
This is a simple process Inserting or removing the pan from the oven is easier with grip handles
This nonstick coating is PFOA and BPA free, and it allows baked goods to release easily, and it provides easy cleaning as well Using hot water, mild soap, and a gentle sponge, wash the surface
Since 1950, USA Pan has been producing high quality bakeware in the USA and supplying thousands of jobs in the USA to members of the Bundy family.

Questions & Answers

What kind of cake can I bake ?

If you used a deep pan, you would probably have to adjust your oven temperature and baking time because of how deep it Cakes baked in such a pan would take on the shape of small loaves The cake could be filled just 1/4 of the way for a shorter one. Even so, it would still be a rectangle.

Does the upper surface of the handle and side panels have a flat bottom? (I want to stack two pans upside-down on top of each other. ?

The flattened ones are indeed

What is the proper temperature to bake this pan at at 475 degrees? According to the other, only 400 people are involved. ?

It would not be safe to bake in this pan at 475 degrees.

According to the description, the pan has a limited lifetime, but how limited is it?

The typo I just noticed is a mistake. In the case of their other products, a "limited lifetime warranty" is provided. If you wish a more in-depth explanation, speak with your lawyer. Generally, I consider this bread pan to be of excellent quality. The statement is totally false in my opinion Sturdy, high-temperature conductive, and stick to the wall. The tool is made of aluminum steel and should last for a number of generations.

Selected User Reviews For USA Pan American Bakeware Classics 1-Pound Loaf Pan, Aluminized Steel, 1 Pound

Usually I use these baking pans because they are very sturdy
5/5

My wife and I bought two of the loaf pans with handles, and we It was easy to remove the bread from the pan and to wash it with soap and water. A & B No scrubbing is required (and the finish is preserved as well). Metal is very solid, and it feels sturdy, so they should last a long time. (They're not as heavy as cast iron. There was a certain weight to them that was good. the new baker This is due to the fact that pans, griddles, and other items may warp due to water or a drastic temperature change. if they're too hot) and then I stand them up on end to get the extra water to drain out (if they've been pan-fried). Then I dry them with a towel and pop them straight into the still warm oven to complete Most of my pans have rolled edges that are nearly impossible to dry, so this has helped me to dry them entirely which keeps them looking well maintained. Furthermore, I never put any of my pots into The products I am buying from this company will last a lifetime since I bake a lot. I look forward to purchasing more in the future.

Hakeem Terry
Hakeem Terry
| Jul 13, 2020
It has good points and bad points
4/5

This version is better than the "Classic" because there are no seams where rust can happen, and there were a lot of complaints about rust for the Classic version. Unfortunately, the rolled edge traps water that makes it difficult to remove it, unlike some These have holes in the rolled edge on the Wilton) to drain It's somewhat concerning that this will rust down the road. I hope the inside of the rolled edge is well sealed and will not rust, but I guess it all depends. The pans that USA Pan provides to Amazon do appear to have scratches on them. This is the reason why I had to return my first one of them. Clearly, there is something wrong with the production of this pan, since it came sealed in plastic (intact, but had deep scratches). I didn't return the replacement because it wasn't perfect, but it wasn't so bad.

Leonard Sloan
Leonard Sloan
| May 22, 2021
The scratched one is back
3/5

A proper quality control process would have looked into this scratched finish as soon as possible. Customer complaints how many do you have? The brand is inaccessible when you have a great product, but a few simple things prevent the brand from being seen. located around the top portion of the bread pan, which is where I would expect loaves to rise and rise over. I returned it simply because of that. I think more experienced bakers will be able to name several uses for the 1lb pan too, though. I personally didn't like the size of the pan, especially for the price. If I was going to make banana bread, this would be more of a good ingredient for rich desserts. When you are unsure what size to get, the 1lb is a small size, so make sure the measurements you wanted are what you get.

Everleigh Gardner
Everleigh Gardner
| Sep 03, 2020
Pans that are allegedly brand new, but are used! This pan is extremely disappointing
3/5

It should have a heavier weight, and the stickers should indicate it's a good quality pan. However, once the stickers came off, I saw scratches that indicate it's been used. The USAPan pans arrived in rough conditions and I have not yet returned them since my parents were waiting to bake bread for them. But after seeing the condition in which my USAPans arrived, I will not purchase in the future or even recommend others to purchase online. My order was for 4 different pans (1lb loaf, Pullman pan, meatloaf pan, and a 9"x13" pan) all of which were scratched deeply - I ordered the pans from the same company earlier in the year. Also, the 1lb loaf pan which had crumbs on it had crumbs on it. After washing, the baking was excellent, however the pans clearly were not new - we therefore would not recommend using them as a first time baker. The reason I paid was because of that.

Milani Montgomery
Milani Montgomery
| Mar 01, 2021
A price increase has occurred
3/5

This is a great pan and I wanted to order more. Unfortunately, the price jumped from $7 to $9. The price will be raised from 61 cents in August 2020 to 16 cents. In September 2020, the number will be 99. Unfortunately, my income has not increased in accordance with the new inflated price of $16.
I would not recommend purchasing these pans at this current inflated price.

Samantha Hendrix
Samantha Hendrix
| May 26, 2021
This is my new favorite loaf pan
5/5

The Ekco loaf pan I have had for over 30 years rusted. I am a big baker and usually use two loaf pans. I desperately looked for no name brands, because the Ekco was out of stock, but I bought a no name brand. searched Amazon and finally found what I was looking for. There wasn't any Ekco baked goods, but they did have USA Pan America Bakeware. Five stars were given to all reviews. The Bananut Bread I kept promising myself to make finally got made last night. Amazing pans. I love them so much. This is the first time I've ever had banananut bread rise so high out of any loaf pan I've I love how long the pans hold their temperature and how they bake evenly. Now that I have received my 4th pan, I am excited to use them, I found that they were so easy to use. You can't go wrong with this product!.

Alan King
Alan King
| Dec 25, 2020
A loaf pan that is the best
5/5

This loaf pan is terrific and I highly recommend it. In the midst of the Corona virus pandemic, I baked more bread than I ever had before, so I was dissatisfied with the loaf pans I was using before. There seemed to be a problem releasing things. The pans are just the right size for bread and nothing seems to stick to them. As a compliment, I say that in this context, not as an accusation. They would be a great addition to my wardrobe. I will definitely buy them again!.

Norah Bates
Norah Bates
| Dec 11, 2020
I can tell the difference in the color pan if it is lighter! A dark loaf pan had been in my collection, but recently I was advised to get one in a light color
5/5

I started using a light colored bread pan because of the difference in the heat distribution and the affect on the finished product when it's baked. I noticed that I was getting darker banana bread pictures on instagram lol, but that changed when I discovered the difference in a light colored bread pan. I researched a few options for pans and this one kept coming up as the most reliable one which is very easy to use. Despite my expectations, I was not I was actually surprised (although I didn't much believe the color of the pan made much of a difference, I decided to try it anyways), as my banana bread did not come out as dark, and pulled right out. How could someone not see the difference in color? It's always going to be a learning process for me.

Ahmed Villarreal
Ahmed Villarreal
| Jun 11, 2021

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