7 mold Baking Tools Cast Iron Muffin Pan for baking Scones
33*27*2.2cm and other sizes can be customized
Chainmail scrubber, Silicone handle holder, and Scrapper can be available
OEM, customized logo
7 Holes Cast Iron Muffin Pan Description
Create the most delicious chocolate fudge, cookies, cupcake, apple pie, brownies, muffins, and scones using this pre-seasoned cast iron muffin baking pan. The nonstick cake pop pan maker can unlock a baker's imagination. Whether you’re making early-morning blueberry scones or afternoon tea biscuits, this seasoned round biscuit pan is perfect for outdoor and indoor use.
The molding tray for baking biscuit pan is designed with extra-wide, easy-to-hold handles that offer an outstanding grip when transferring from oven to surface. The open frame design gives enough room for you to hold or hang this biscuit baking pan with ease.
Experience superior heat distribution and retention for consistent even baking! The special design of this cast iron muffin pan has the perfect side height and thickness to evenly distribute heat making the crust evenly baked. Impress your family and friends with homemade mouthwatering baked goodies with these cast iron baking pans.
This variety of durable muffin pans comes in various shapes and sizes. We can supply 4 cups cast iron cake molds and cast iron pancake pans with long wooden handle. We can also support OEM customized in size, logo, or mold. This muffin biscuit pan makes the perfect gift for an aspiring baker. This multi-purpose brownies baking pan works with all types of heat sources. It can be used on induction, ceramic, electric, and gas cooktops, grill, and a campfire.
Tips: How to protect cast iron from rust?
Store cleaned and seasoned pans in a dry place. If stacking pans that will nest together, place a layer of paper towel between each. Don't store cast iron pans with their lids in place unless you put something between the lid and pan to allow air circulation.
Heat a pan on a burner slowly, first on low, then increasing to higher settings. Avoid using metal utensils with sharp edges or corners. Avoid cooking acidic foods that may compromise your seasoning. Allow a pan to cool on its own to room temperature before cleaning.