The perfect pan for the dinosaur fans! Bake a batch of 8 muffins or cakes in 4 prehistoric shapes for a dino themed party. Crafted in the USA of cast aluminum for superb baking results, with nonstick for easy release and cleanup. Dinosaurs may be extinct but they continue to capture our imaginations. This pan is whimsically shaped like a giant lizard print and designed to deliver smiles.
Material: Cast aluminum
Warranty: 10 Year Warranty
Weight: 1.8 lbs
3 Cup Capacity
1. Before initial use and after subsequent uses, hand wash with warm, soapy water. Extended soakings not recommended.
2. Before each use, brush with butter or shortening and dust with flour or cocoa to coat. Baking spray containing flour may also be used. Do not use regular cooking spray.
3. Mixes and recipes may vary. Fill the pan no more than 3/4 full to avoid overflow.
4. Metal utensils, scouring pads and abrasive cleaners should not be used on nonstick surfaces.
Posted by Maureen
Absolutely fabulous and my grandson couldn’t stop eating the dinosaurs. I used the Brown sugar Carrot cakelet recipe to be healthier. Tge dinosaurs looked much better when tin only buttered as with flour came out pale and not as detailed. I have over 60 of your tins, almost all gold coloured and they are all fabulous as can use for different religious occasions as my husband Jewish, I’m catholic, son-in-law Canadian Mennonite and other one Hindu so can cover a lot of festivals like Easter, Rosh Hashanah, Thanksgiving, Christmas. Have used most at one time or other and the many different forms of bundt tins are terrific. Babkah work nicely in the plainer ones. My husband even bought big glass display cabinetsto tryto help with the storage of the tins.
Posted by Juliette
I love this pan. I purchased it specifically for my grandson’s 3rd birthday party. He loves dinosaurs. I made the vanilla cake receipt that came with the pan and dyed it green. I got so excited about it I made an entire scene for the little dinos using the lotus pan for a volcano and the solera Bundt pan to make pull apart chunks of earth. I took the Dino print shaped cakelet pan Traced around it and made a cardboard form to make an almond brittle shaped like a Dino print. That was the base for the volcano, the soleza pieces and little Dino cakelets. I put a small cup in the top of the volcano and filled it with orange icing, used red and orange icing down the sides of the volcano and over of chucks and the brittle. I used colored shredded coconut for small ares of vegetation as well. It was the hit of the party.
Posted by Tom
I saw this item on a email and knew my grandkids would love it and I was right.
Posted by Debbie
My grandsons loved this!. We made corn muffins and cakes. My recommendation is don’t overfill. Just a little more than 1/2 full gives a very good result.
Posted by Oma
Nice size and detail. Quite happy with my purchase.