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Kitchen Craft Brownie Pan

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I love making brownies, flapjacks and other tray bake style items. What I don’t love is trying to cut my baked goods in a uniform manner. This may seem like something small to be concerned about but in my household keeping things fair is key! This is what prompted me to purchase a *Kitchen Craft Brownie Pan.

The Kitchen Craft Brownie Pan is a 12 hole pan with each hole measuring 6cm x 2.5cm. This pan is made from commercial weight steel and it has a double layer of non-stick coating.

The edges of each of the holes are rolled which makes this comfortable to use. I find that I am able to remove cooled brownies, flapjacks etc using a *palette knife.

My Kitchen Craft brownie pan is great for making individual snacks

I really like the rolled edges of this Kitchen Craft Brownie Pan, as it means no rust, and even if I soak my pan for long periods of time I don’t have to worry. This pan is also oven, dishwasher, fridge and freezer safe. I have used it in both the fridge and freezer, a number of times, with no problems at all.

When it comes to using this pan I have found that I have been able to avoid using butter, oil or baking paper. I cook my tray bake items, usually flapjacks or brownies, and then I remove from the oven a couple of minutes before they should be finished.

I leave the tray to rest and then I remove the items I’ve baked when the tray has cooled down.

Individual flapjacks on a cooling rack with white icing decoration and text overlay that says make individual flapjacks

Baking uniform tray bake items suits me fine as it means that I can freeze the items in rows in a *Lock & Lock container individually wrapped. This is great when making up a last minute lunch when my husband is called into work unexpectedly.

The Kitchen Craft Brownie Pan is available from Amazon, among other places and usually retails for just under £15. I got mine for £9.65, years ago, and it has been well worth the money. It is still in great condition, 7 years later, despite being used at least 2-3 times per month for various recipes. I love making flapjacks in mine.

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My Kitchen Craft brownie pan helps me to make perfect, individual sized brownies, flapjacks and other sweet treats

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