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Fluted Flans and Quiche Trays
The narrow fluting is traditionally used for desserts and the wider flute for savory dishes like quiche. Ceramic trays remain popular but it is easier to remove the tart from a loose based tin. This means better presentation.
Sandwich tins are round or square and are generally at least 1" deep. Loose bases are popular for easy removal of the baked cake. Popular for making Victoria sponge.
Cake tins are round or square and are generally about 3" deep. Loose bases are popular for easy removal of the baked cake.
A tarte tatin is an upside-down tart in which the apples (or other fruit) is caramelised in butter and sugar in the tin on the stovetop before the tart is baked so a special tin is required.
There are many styles of loaf tin available in addition to the traditional 1lb and 2lb. Grease well for easy release or use our popular loaf tin liners.
No more worrying about how to carry your freshly baked cakes. We can supply a variety of boxes and containers.
Moulds come in all shapes and sizes. Silicone is very popular as it is suitable for freezing or baking. Some products have video demonstrations too.
Pie Tins, Plates and Dishes
Pie tins are generally made from metal to permit crisp pastry but porcelain and glass are popular.
Baking Trays and Sheets
Baking trays will normally have a small lip to retain juices. Baking sheets are normally with a lip so you can slide off. Some trays now have vents to permit air to circulate, great for making and reheating pizzas.
All those hard to find baking accessories, like pie funnels, trussing needles and cooling racks.
Pudding Basins and Mixing Bowls
General purpose mixing bowls for baking. Stoneware and plastic pudding basins suitable for christmas puddings, summer puddings and sticky toffee puddings.
Shortbread is a classic Scottish dessert but popular over the whole UK. Made from just flour, sugar, and butter.
A colourful array of edible food colouring powder and paste. Meets EEC legislation and has Kosher status. Brightens up icing and marzipan for decorating.
As well as biscuit and pastry cutter in every size and shape. There are also sandwich cutters to help turn a packed lunch into an adventure!
Muffin, Bun and Tart Tins
As well as muffin tins and bun tins. There are also tins specifically for whoppie, éclair and even piggy muffins!
Brownie trays have straight sides and some have a slide out base to prevent damage.
More depth than a sandwich pan with a side that unclips to permit easy removal. Spring forms are great for cheesecakes.
Bundt, Angel, Savarin and Kugelhopf
Bundt is not a flavour - its a shape! Also known as a Kugelhopf, the cake is baked in a ring-shaped pan.
Thick cake drums offer maximum support for heavy tiered cakes, whereas thinner cake card offers a more discrete option for lighter sponge cakes.
Decorations to finish off most cakes. Colourful candles, holders and cake foils.
Cupcake stands present cupcakes, mini muffins, fairy cakes, mini quiches or petit fours at their best. Use for any occasion, from christenings to weddings.
These colourful ribbons are supplied in quantities of 1 meter.
Liners and Parchment Paper
A selection of greaseproof, siliconised and waxed liners and parchment. Uses include lining cake tins, baking sheets and for freezing foods.
Novelty shaped cake tins for special occasions. From pirate ships to dinosaur muffins. Some have great pictures of the end result.