Archive for the ‘Bakeware’ Category

Bloggers and Blueberry Frangipane Tartlets

Tuesday, June 21st, 2011

Recently, Wilton hosted a group of food bloggers for a one-day crash course on cake decorating. It was great fun getting to chat with the 27 women who made the trip to Chicago. (more…)

Breaking Bread on Mother’s Day

Sunday, May 1st, 2011

I like bread. I’d rather eat freshly baked bread than freshly baked cake. While pondering what to make for our Mother’s Day Brunch, I remembered a great alternate use for my favorite Wilton pans – the Dimensions® line. (more…)

Finally, A Perfectly Moist Cake!

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

If you are like me, one of two problems generally occurs when you bake a cake, especially a larger one (greater than 10 inches). I bake the cake until the center is perfectly baked. This process usually entails continuously adding 2-3 minutes at a time to the timer and using enough toothpicks to build a small log cabin. Finally, the center is done but the edges are dried out. Everyone helps themselves to a piece of the deliciously moist center and I’m left with crusty, dried edges that will more than likely be thrown in the trash. (more…)

Creation of a Cake Pan

Friday, February 18th, 2011

Have you ever wondered how a shaped pan gets to the store shelf? Every year Wilton comes out with new shaped pans which can be easily decorated for kids’ birthdays or other fun occasions. Find out more about these fun products. (more…)

Fun New Shaped Cake Pans Make Birthdays and Other Celebrations a Blast

Friday, April 23rd, 2010

Whether you’ve got birthdays, baby showers, or upcoming summer events such as Father’s Day or baseball season, Wilton has fun, new shaped cake pans to help you bake, decorate and celebrate! There are four shapes this year… (more…)

The Muffin Pan Can!

Tuesday, January 12th, 2010

Muffin pans are work horses, both inside and out of the kitchen. Aside from the obvious muffins and cupcakes, they can be used in so many creative ways. (more…)

Obtaining Better Baking Results – A Baking Troubleshooting Guide

Thursday, December 31st, 2009

Ever try a recipe and it doesn’t turn out like you thought it should? There are a number of reasons why it may not “work.” (more…)

Good Use and Care of Bakeware

Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009

Having quality pans is an asset for any baker and taking good care of the bakeware will ensure that your pans continue to provide superior results for a long time.  Here are some tips on the use and care of bakeware:

What To Look For In Bakeware

Wednesday, December 16th, 2009

Recently, I blogged about the bakeware pans you should have in your kitchen. Now I’d like to offer some advice about what to look for when purchasing bakeware. (more…)

Basic Bakeware for your Kitchen

Monday, December 7th, 2009

There are some bakeware pans that are a basic and every kitchen should have them. Not that the back of a cake mix box is the authority, but you’ll find them listing 8” rounds, 9” rounds, 13” X 9”, a decorative cast aluminum/tube (metal piece in the center of the pan) like the Tulip, muffin pans, 8” square, 9” square and a loaf pan. Of course, they don’t mention the “gotta have” cookie sheets/pans, cooling grids or pizza pans. (more…)