Wednesday , November 22nd 2017
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Rachael Ray Nonstick Bakeware 9-Inch by 13-Inch Covered Cake Pan, Gray with Orange Lid and Handles

Product Features:

    Take a yummy sheet cake or Italian sausage lasagna on the go in the handy Rachael Ray Nonstick Bake ware 9-Inch by 13-Inch Covered Cake Pan. The convenient, sturdy Snap-On lid makes it easy to roast or bake and transport favorite foods and other treats to parties, holiday dinners…
Price as on: 2017-11-08 16:01:25
17.81  

Product Description

Take a yummy sheet cake or Italian sausage lasagna on the go in the handy Rachael Ray Nonstick Bake ware 9-Inch by 13-Inch Covered Cake Pan. The convenient, sturdy Snap-On lid makes it easy to roast or bake and transport favorite foods and other treats to parties, holiday dinners and special events in the same pan. Made of sturdy carbon steel, this cake pan resists warping to give great results with even regular baking use. The long-lasting nonstick offers excellent food release even when baking sticky cinnamon buns and without the lid, the pan is oven safe to 450DegreeF. With vibrant rubberized grippe handles for a confident grasp, the bake ware adds pizzazz and convenience and both pan and lid are dishwasher safe to save even more time and effort in the kitchen. This versatile cake pan is sure to spell fun for everyone, just like all of Rachael’s bake ware and cookware collections. Make and take those tasty treats on the road with the convenient Rachael Ray Nonstick Bake ware 9-Inch by 13-Inch Covered Cake Pan.

Product Features

  • 9-Inch by 13-Inch Covered Cake Pan
  • This covered cake pan is made from durable carbon steel that resists warping for great baking results
  • Long-lasting nonstick coating provides excellent food release
  • This nonstick cake pan comes with a convenient, sturdy Snap-On lid and has vibrant rubberized grippe handles to provide a confident grasp
  • Both the cake pan and lid are dishwasher safe to save even more time and effort in the kitchen; pan is oven safe to 450 degrees Fahrenheit
Wednesday 22nd of November 2017 09:24:44 AM