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    Kevin 18707 Member

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    HI
    I'm Kevin.
    My 15 year old daughter and I have been experimenting baking quick dessert breads. It's great fun!

    But I joined this forum because I'm stumped ! Here's my question :

    " Can anyone recommend a see through disposable bread container ? Because our dessert bread is frosted I can't wrap it or put it in a bag without messing up the frosting. I've looked everywhere on line but can't find the right sized container. My pan is 9 x 5 "

    Thanks in advance
     
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    Becky Well-Known Member

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    I see you've posted your query elsewhere on the forum so for now I'll just say Hello and Welcome! :)
     
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    Thanks Becky & others who have replied.
    Once I've found a solution I will post what worked and didn't.
    The DART containers seem good - the dimensions are slightly bigger than my 9x5 loaf pan. But some reviewers on Amazon say they are too small so I suspect the dimensions are over all outside dimensions rather than the inside dimensions. I have an email into DART asking for clarification.
    Joy of Baking on YouTube ( she's great ) suggested a rectangular cake box - which would work great, but is a bit expensive.
    I've also considered using a slightly smaller pan ( 8x4 ? ) just so I could use the DART containers. But I really like the bigger 9x5 loaves. Go big or go home ! It's like portions at a restaurant, large portions impress.
    Anyway I'm rambling a bit. . . . very nice to meet you all.
    Kevin
     
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