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Carolina Cooker® Fluted Cast Iron Cake Pan

The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars
8 reviews
A great piece of cookware for kitchen. This round nordic fluted bundt style pan is made from cast iron and is preseasoned. Great for cakes, cornbread or anything that needs to go in the oven. Perfect for any occasion.
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Product Overview

Specifications

  • Carolina Cooker® brand
  • Fluted / "Bundt" 12 Cup Style Cake Pan
  • Cast Iron retains and spreads heat evenly
  • Preseasoned
  • Diameter: 10-5/8"
  • Depth: 4"

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Featured Review
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars
Bakes Like A Dream (and the hack you might need to know).

I LOVE my fluted bundt pan. I use a lot of eggs in my cakes. as they have to be gluten free. The eggs sub for wheat to give the cake structure. I also use a pound cake recipe, which calls for a cup of butter. I love that the crust is crunchy, but the inside crumb is tender. I will be buying as a gift for a friend who also appreciates cast iron cookware. The trick to using cast iron for cakes is that you heat the pan in the oven while you make your cake. I've seen videos where the pan is buttered after heating, but with two sticks of butter in the batter, it's not going to meld with the pan. I've never had a cake stick. That's the hack - searing the batter before it goes into the oven. If you are gluten-free, you know you have to work a little harder to pack some flavor into your cakes and breads. For breads, next time you are boiling potatoes, boil a few extra. Peel when cool enough to handle. If I'm not using them immediately, they go into the freezer. I use a (thawed and mashed) half cup of potato for every loaf, so essentially, you're making potato bread.. This gives you a better structure and flavor. I also put a half cup into my cake batters for better flavor. Also, for cakes, I boost the flavor by adding just one very ripe banana into my batter. Not enough that it tastes like a banana bread, just enough that you get a subtle flavor. It works really well with the vanilla that's called for in the recipe. Last time I baked one of these cakes, on the second day, I sliced the cake, but the pieces on a baking sheet and baked them at 350 degrees till they were brown and crisp. Sort of like a biscotti. Also delicious. — Rebecca from NY

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Based on 8 reviews
The average rating for this product is 5 out of 5 stars
Overall Rating: 5.0/5.0
Customer Reviews
January 07, 2023
Bakes Like A Dream (and the hack you might need to know).
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

I LOVE my fluted bundt pan. I use a lot of eggs in my cakes. as they have to be gluten free. The eggs sub for wheat to give the cake structure. I also use a pound cake recipe, which calls for a cup of butter. I love that the crust is crunchy, but the inside crumb is tender. I will be buying as a gift for a friend who also appreciates cast iron cookware. The trick to using cast iron for cakes is that you heat the pan in the oven while you make your cake. I've seen videos where the pan is buttered after heating, but with two sticks of butter in the batter, it's not going to meld with the pan. I've never had a cake stick. That's the hack - searing the batter before it goes into the oven. If you are gluten-free, you know you have to work a little harder to pack some flavor into your cakes and breads. For breads, next time you are boiling potatoes, boil a few extra. Peel when cool enough to handle. If I'm not using them immediately, they go into the freezer. I use a (thawed and mashed) half cup of potato for every loaf, so essentially, you're making potato bread.. This gives you a better structure and flavor. I also put a half cup into my cake batters for better flavor. Also, for cakes, I boost the flavor by adding just one very ripe banana into my batter. Not enough that it tastes like a banana bread, just enough that you get a subtle flavor. It works really well with the vanilla that's called for in the recipe. Last time I baked one of these cakes, on the second day, I sliced the cake, but the pieces on a baking sheet and baked them at 350 degrees till they were brown and crisp. Sort of like a biscotti. Also delicious.

Rebecca from NY
November 24, 2021
Fluted Cast Iron Pans for Cakes, Meatloafs and Baked Mac & Cheese
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

These cast iron pans from Agri Supply are a timeless piece of kitchen heirloom that can be handed down. They are on the same level as Lodge Cast Iron. There’s many a variety of things that can be done with these pans. My lemon cakes popped out and pound cakes popped out just like they were supposed to. Make sure you grease and dust your pan with flour. Take off the excess, just tap it out and they will pop out every time. A few more………and I will have a baker’s dozen! Thank you Agri Supply!

Michael from PA
June 25, 2021
Bundt pan
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

The cost of this cast iron pan makes it so affordable. I few blemishes in the pan but doesn’t affect the performance of the pan.

Cherrill from FL
January 14, 2021
Love this Bundt Pan
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

I love this pan! After looking for a long time this pan has surpassed my expectations! Compared to other brands this is a killer price! Plus my cake came out perfect with the first use!

Allison from VA
September 17, 2020
Great pan
This shopper rated the product 5 out of 5 stars

I'm in the process of changing my cookware to cast iron. This was the only place I could find a fluted bundt pan for a reasonable price. I used it today to make monkey bread that is very sticky. It turned out great and I was able to remove from pan with no problem. Love this pan. It will last a very long time.

Janet Martell from NY