Kaiser La Forme Springform Pan
Engineered to have an entirely leakproof base, the La Forme Plus pan is made in Germany, where perfect cheesecakes and tortes are a baker’s pride and joy. The pan’s sides spring free from the base when the clamp is released, so you can remove baked goods without breaking.
- Springform design is particularly helpful when releasing items that can’t be inverted, such as cheesecake, quiche, deep-dish pizza and layered frozen desserts.
- Large springform clamp opens sides of pan and releases food easily.
- Clamp design and wide base are 100% leak resistant.
- Made of durable steel.
- Nonstick coating ensures easy release and clean up.
- Ceramic coating on base is scratch resistant.
- Dimensions & More Info
- 8" pan: 8" diam., 3 1/4" high, 8 1/2" base.
- 10" pan: 10" diam., 3 1/4" high, 10 1/2" base.
- Made in Germany.
- Use & Care
- Oven safe to 450°F.
- Safe for use with all utensils. For best results, use wood, silicone or plastic utensils to avoid scratching the surface.
- Brush a thin layer of butter or oil on interior of pan prior to each use. The butter or oil guarantees perfect release and promotes a smooth, sealed crust and even browning.
- There is no need to line the pan with parchment paper or dust the pan with flour, which can produce an unattractive white crust.
- Hand-wash with a soft sponge.
- Do not use abrasive cleaners such as metal scouring pads.
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Rated 1 out of 5 by garyn from size of spring form pan I bought one of these spring form pans thinking it was 9 inches in diameter. I have a cover for a 9 inch spring form pan. I went to cover a cheesecake I baked and the cover did not fit. I measured the pan after we finished the cheesecake and in measured 8 1/2 inches in diameter. Please do not advertise a size and then produce something smallerDate published: 2016-12-22Rated 1 out of 5 by LSboston from Spring-form didn't survive one bake! Just got this pan. Its clasp looks good and secure but the sliding mechanism failed at its first use! I made a schichtorte last night which is what I'd been waiting for this pan for. Time to release the cake and the walls wouldn't move! Got the cake out of there by upending it - good thing my first bake in it wasn't a cheesecake - cleaned it out to try to figure out what ails this thing. Well, I still can't figure it out other than that it apparently can't take the heat. There's no batter there to cause it to lock or anything .. Going to get what I need when i go to England.Date published: 2016-03-26Rated 5 out of 5 by Grandkath from Schichttorte 20 layer cake that is broiled...can't wait to try..this is the only pan to use...Date published: 2016-02-02Rated 4 out of 5 by lilitalia from Great Pan, Wrong Sizes I've made two cheesecakes in the 9" pan that both overflowed while in the oven. I have made these recipes many times before in another 9" pan and they never overflowed. Aside from the sizes being a bit off, this pan is great quality. I will be purchasing the 10", and use the 9" for cheesecakes that have less batter.Date published: 2015-03-14Rated 1 out of 5 by yakyak from Not as Advertised This pan is not an 8 inch pan. It measures apx 71/4 inches from side to side. It is in the mail ( at my expense) on it's way back to Williams-Sonoma. Very disappointed!!!Date published: 2014-05-28Rated 5 out of 5 by zoebird from great product no leaks and is very easy to use. After years of leaking springforms this is one that delivers a quality experienceDate published: 2013-11-19Rated 5 out of 5 by Paolo from Excellent in every way (except size) This pan works amazingly. It is so strong I can cut my cakes right on the pan without leaving a scratch. The non-stick releases perfectly without the need to line with parchment. It WILL leak water, but it holds cake batter perfectly fine. I've used it more than 20 times in the month I have owned it and it has not disappointed once. Note the size IS incorrect. This is not an 8" pan as advertised but rather about a 7.5". Frankly this tiny quantity change makes no difference to my cake. The pan and buckle are hefty and strong. There is no protruding lip on the base so you can remove or slice your cake from the pan without a metal lip being in your way. And the price! The price is amazing!Date published: 2013-08-04Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous from Pan sizes are wrong If you have a LaForme 8" pan, what you really have is a 7 1/4" pan. I've contacted the company about this and at first they insisted the 8" pan is 8" but when pressed they admitted it's not 8" (oops) and must be from the "European conversion"! OK--THEN DON'T PUT A LABEL ON A 7 1/4" PAN THAT SAYS IT'S 8". For what these pans cost, if I buy one that says it's 8", then the interior measurement had better be 8" or within a small margin of that. If you have one of these pans and your baked recipes have not timed correctly, it's because you are using the wrong size panDate published: 2012-07-13