Spring from pans

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    adam77 New Member

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    Hello everyone,

    I am posting out of curiousity. I am doing a cake for a birthday party soon. Im not sure I have all the different size round cake pans that I need for it. Although I do have spring form pans. Most of the time I use my spring form pans for cheesecakes and havent had any issues with them leaking. Would it be safe to use my spring form pans to make the regular cakes?

    Thank you!
     
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    Norcalbaker59 Well-Known Member

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    Yes, A springform pan can be used to bake regular cakes. If the metal is coated for non-stick or a dark metal, reduce the baking temperature by 15°F - 25°F. Treated metal and/or dark metal conducts heat more intensely. This results in a cake with a dry tough crust. Reducing the baking temperature when using these types of pans applies regardless if it’s a regular cake pan or a springform pan.
     
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