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Seashell Bites Pan



5 based on 2 reviews

Bring the party to your kitchen with Nordic Ware's Cast Aluminum Seashell Bites Pan. With this fun little baking pan, you can whip up bite-sized cakes in a flash - perfect for a summer day at the beach or an evening spent with friends outside in the sunshine! The pan features fun seashell and seahorse shapes, plus starfish designs. Easy to use and made from durable cast aluminum, it's perfect for creating mini cakes that ooze with flavor and charm.

SKU: 80148
Made in America. Family Owned.
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Product Details

Interior Dimensions: L: 13.1 in. W: 12 in. H: 0.9 in.
Material: Cast Aluminum
Warranty: Lifetime
Weight: 1.5 lbs
1.5 Cup Capacity
California Code 109010 Information: Click here to learn more.

Use & Care

  1. Before initial use and after subsequent uses, hand wash with warm, soapy water. Extended soaking is 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

Product Reviews

    Nordic ware never disappoints. Love this pan. The grandchildren will flip out when they see it and I tell them they are going bake the next batch. I know summer is over but it will be a treat to look at it and bake with it over winter too.

    Used this today to make snacks for the office. I used the Coconut Rum Seashell Cake Bites recipe. It was a great hit and I already have a request for the recipe and to borrow the pan.
    Tips – I use a metal cake tester to nudge the batter into the corners. I also use the spray with flour in it from my local food service supplier (Gordon’s Food Service) but the one from the grocery store works well too, I’ve used both on my Nordic Ware pans. If you are adapting a recipe and don’t know how long to bake to get them done, test the internal temperature with a thermometer. 200 – 205 degrees will be perfectly done.

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