Nordic Ware Garland Bundt(R) Pan

Bake up six perfectly sculpted little cakes with this cleverly designed pan; just pour in your favorite batter and bake. Your elegant homemade dessert needs only a touch of decoration; top it with a simple glaze or a sprinkling of confectioners' sugar. Durable cast-aluminum construction ensures perfectly even baking. Premium nonstick finish means your cakes will come out of the pan easily-and cleanup is a breeze. Made by Nordic Ware, a family-owned company famous for fine bakeware since 1946. Makes 6 individual-size cakes, two each of shape. Recipe included. 10-cup cap. Made in USA.
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Review 1 for Nordic Ware Garland Bundt(R) Pan
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1 out of 5
VLPS
,Virginia Beach
,VA
January 3, 2014
Ability level:Intermediate
Has owned product for:6 - 12 months
Uses product:Once a month
Would You Recommend? No
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Cakes stick and very hard to clean
January 3, 2014
I baked WS pumpkin bundt cakes in this pan, and it was a disaster. Even though I sprayed PAM, all cakes stuck to the pan terribly. They were completely ruined. Then, when I tried to clean the pan, it was impossible. I've tried everything, including soaking the pan overnight. Nothing works, and I don't want to take the time to scrub it out with a toothpick. Anyone have any ideas? VS
Pros: Quality, Weight
Cons: Difficult to Clean
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OverTheSnowGirl
AnnArbor,MI
Posted March 2, 2014
Nordic Ware Garland Pan
My guess would be that the spray you used contained lecithin. This ingredient will cause a gummy coating on your pan. I ONLY use a product called Bake-Kleen on my pans. Ironically I buy it from WS. I've never seen it antwhere else. Pick up a can and I promise you will LOVE IT. But I would not use it in the pan you gummed up with the Pam.
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Savannah
Posted February 16, 2014
Response to: Cakes stick and very hard to clean
Although I don't own this particular pan, I do own many of these Nordic Ware (NW) cast aluminum pieces of bakeware. On the NW website, they suggest one uses Baker's Joy (non-stick spray with flour); while I usually use Pam for my bundt pans, for my intricately patterned pieces like this Garland Mini, I would use the Baker's Joy. The NW website also suggests that you let your cakes cool in the pan (about 30 minutes or so) then rock the pan back and forth to gently release the cake from the mold. As for cleaning, I do soak my pans in warm soapy water (usually over night) and use a baby-bottle brush to get into all the crevices. If you are still having problems with your pan, you can contact NW (on Facebook as well) for more suggestions to help you get the perfect molded cake. Hope this helps some.
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Minouche
Posted February 2, 2014
Don't use PAM
In the "Use and Care" section, they discourage using anything with lecithin in it because it makes a sticky residue that is nearly impossible to get off without damaging the finish. Soy lecithin is the second ingredient in PAM so that's what caused your problem. Brushing on melted butter or shortening and then lightly flouring it will produce the best results.
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Review 2 for Nordic Ware Garland Bundt(R) Pan
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
dixon409
,Portland
,Tx
December 22, 2012
Ability level:Advanced
Has owned product for:1 - 4 weeks
Uses product:Once a month
Would You Recommend? Yes
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Great cake pan
December 22, 2012
I baked little Italian Cream cakes in my new pan today. They.looked so pretty and came out of the pan without sticking and the pan was easy to clean. I have a really old Nordic bundt pan and love it. I'm very pleased.
Pros: Durable, Easy to Use, Quality, Easy to Clean, Easy to Store, Size, Shape, Design, Weight
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Regalmint
Aurora, CO
Posted December 4, 2013
How to grease?
I made several attemps with this pan already, but one of them came out in one piece. I'm very frustrated. :( What did you use to grease the pan? Let me in on your recipe and secret to easy release? :)
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