Why not extend the versatility of your Multisize Cake Tin by purchasing extra pairs of dividers. You can batch-bake small cakes for gifts or picnics. One extra pair allows you to bake 9 cakes, two extra pairs permits 16 cakes, etc.
★The dividers can be placed to make four 6" squares which enables batch baking. If a sponge mixture is made and divided into four parts, they can be flavoured with, for example, lemon, ginger, sultanas added and left plain. The economies of batch baking
★With just one divider, oblong cakes such as traybakes, battenberg and swiss rolls can be made, again two at a time, if desired
★The loose base and sides ensure perfect release every time and the tin folds flat for easy storage
★ Handcrafted using traditional techniques and designed to last a lifetime. The professional’s choice used in commercial kitchens the world over
★ Exceptionally strong, professional grade anodised Aluminium, which has easy-clean, easy-release properties and will never warp, distort or rust
★ Heat spread technology - the special alloy core used in our bakeware spreads heat fast and evenly, producing perfect baking in a reduced time
★ Suitable for oven and freezer use
★ Guaranteed for 25 years**
★ Made In England
Use and Care:
Lightly greasing the anodised body will help to guarantee that your bakes will slide out with ease. Our bakeware has natural non-stick properties which Improve with use. After use, wash in warm, soapy water, rinse and dry. Although the tin is not dishwasher safe it is incredibly easy to clean.
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