5 Springform Pan Substitutes For Baking A Cheesecake
We all had run out of dessert ideas for not having the equipment needed, especially if we talk about a cheesecake.
Springform Pan Substitutes That You Can Try (When Baking a Cheesecake)
Substitute #1: Disposable Aluminum Foil Pan
Let it cool in the fridge for about an hour, and then cut the pan with a knife or scissors!
Substitute #2: Silicon Cake Pan
Silicon cake pans are not the best option for baking a cheesecake.
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Substitute #3: Deep Dish Pie Plate
A deep-dish pie plate -also known as Pie Tin- is a variety of pie plates that is 2 and 2 1/2 inches deep.
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Substitute #4: Non-Stick Cake Pan
A non-stick cake pan, yes, we all have one of these in our kitchen storage, so there are no excuses.
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Substitute #5 and #6: Non-Stick & Ceramic Loaf Pan
We’ll put these 2 together since there’s really not much of a difference when baking a dish.
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