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not very good......”
by Mrs Donoghue
There is a groove in the base of the tin in which cake sticks in. It is very difficult to get the cake remains out. Not very hygienic. Wouldn't buy any more.
Published 23 12 2014
A note from the team: We're sorry to hear you've experienced this problem. The groove at the base of the Pushpan can be cleaned easily by using a brush or jet of hot water to remove any food residue. We'll be in touch soon to help.
Hmmmm, not convinced”
Washed it, oiled it, followed the instructions on the label. First cake stuck to the bottom of the tin and had to be prised off. What happened? - big chunks of cake stuck to the tin. Lined the bottom for the second cake. Result - same again. Nice size, shame about the outcome.
Published 29 10 2014
A note from the team: Thank you for placing your review. We're sorry to hear of your disappointment. The pan needs to be greased well with the purest form of butter or margarine. After baking allow the cake time to cool and shrink from the pan before removing. We'll be in touch shortly.
Pretty good, but”
I used these pans to make small fruit cakes and it does exactly what it says on the tin! I was very impressed! I only found one drawback... I popped them in the dishwasher and they came out badly stained - definitely NOT dishwasher safe.
Published 03 09 2014
A note from the team: Thanks for placing your review. The push pans are NOT dishwasher safe. For future reference any Lakeland item that does not have the D symbol in a little grey box on the web page or in the catalogue, is NOT dishwasher safe.We'll be in touch shortly.
Well these pans have been so useful and so glad I nearly have every size, just made an 8" Christmas cake and to make it easier on release I put an 8" baking parchment circle in the bottom, nothing stuck at all, turned it upside down and the bottom came away with ease..Amazing!
Published 18 10 2013
by Mrs Lazonby
These work OK but for ordinary cake baking they don't seem to have any advantage over the usual loose bottomed tins.Cakes don't stick as such but there's quite a lot of residue left on the bottom of the tin so I base line as usual. They are probably more useful for recipies with a lot of liquid-pies etc.
Published 07 03 2013
I decided to treat myself to most of the sizes when they were first available. I used them first for a pork pie but as the seal is so good the fat couldn't escape so I don't recommend them for that, lesson learnt. I have used them for baking cakes and so far have had perfect results with the ones I have made. I love the marking on the side so you can get an equal size on multiple cakes. For the first time I was able to see that my cake mix went from 1" of mixture to 2" of baked cake. Today I am getting another tin to add to my collection.
Published 11 06 2012
I purchased a push pan I washed it and greased it as it recomends before use. Tried it and it works brilliantly. Easy to use , easy to push out.
Published 26 04 2012
by Mrs Dickson
Just used my small PushPan for the first time - beautifully baked deep cake, so easy to turn out. The only 'minus pont' with the PushPans is the glue-dot used to adhere the packaging to it - very difficult to remove and it left a mark on the surface of the tin.
Published 06 12 2011
This review is for an older version of this product