Bund Silicone Cake Mold

Color: Red
Material: Silicone
Microwave Safe: Yes
Oven Safe (-4~220 degrees Celsius): Yes
Dishwasher Safe: Yes

A silicon cake pan, also known as a silicone cake mold or baking mold, is a kitchen tool used for baking cakes, cupcakes, muffins, and other baked goods. It is made from food-grade silicone, which is a flexible and heat-resistant material that can withstand high temperatures typically used in baking.

Silicon cake pans offer several advantages over traditional metal or glass baking pans:

  1. Non-stick surface: Silicon pans have a naturally non-stick surface, which means your baked goods are less likely to stick to the pan. This makes for easier release and removal of the finished baked goods.
  2. Easy cleanup: The non-stick surface also makes cleaning the pan a breeze. Most of the time, you can simply wipe the pan clean with a cloth or rinse it with water and mild soap.
  3. Flexibility: The flexible nature of silicon allows for easy bending and manipulation, making it easier to pop out baked goods without damaging their shape.
  4. Even heat distribution: Silicon is a good conductor of heat, resulting in even baking throughout the cake or cupcakes.
  5. Temperature resistance: Silicon cake pans can withstand a wide range of temperatures, from freezing to high oven temperatures, making them versatile for various baking and cooling tasks.
  6. Durability: Silicone is durable and can last for a long time if properly cared for. It’s less likely to scratch or dent compared to traditional metal pans.

When using a silicon cake pan, it’s still important to follow some general guidelines:

  1. Greasing: Even though silicon pans are non-stick, it’s still a good idea to lightly grease or use non-stick baking spray before pouring the batter. This helps ensure easy release.
  2. Baking temperature: Silicon pans can usually handle high temperatures, but it’s a good practice to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for maximum temperature usage.
  3. Support: Since silicon is flexible, it’s a good idea to place the pan on a sturdy baking sheet before filling it with batter. This makes it easier to transfer the pan in and out of the oven.
  4. Cooling: Allow the baked goods to cool slightly in the pan before attempting to remove them. This helps prevent any potential deformation or breakage.