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Buying Guide: This loaf pan is perfect for all your winter baking
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Buying Guide: This loaf pan is perfect for all your winter baking

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It’s safe to say 2020 has brought out the inner baker in many of us, and if you’re planning on continuing the trend in 2021, this loaf pan is the perfect addition to your kitchen. Nothing beats the winter blues like freshly baked bread.

Bake, Serve, and Store in One Pan

This borosilicate glass loaf pan is tough enough to bake in or transfer between freezer, oven, and tabletop. You’ll save time doing dishes when you can bake, serve, and store your loaves in a single pan. The leakproof lid keeps food fresher longer.

Versatile Baking

Not only will you be able to whip up your favorite loaves of pumpkin or banana bread—this loaf pan is also perfect for baking casseroles, pastas, meatloaf, and cakes. That’s a whole lot of winter comfort food from a single $15 pan.

Why Customers Love It

Amazon customers are raving about this glass loaf pan giving it an average of 4.8 out of 5 stars. Customers loved that it was the perfect size and shape to make homemade loaves of whole wheat, sourdough, or white bread. Reviews also mentioned how high quality the pans were for the price, and that they loved the option to store baked goods with the secure lid.

Superior Glass Loaf Pan and Meatloaf Pan available from Amazon


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