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Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Choosing the correct size pan

If you do not have a pan that corresponds to the size and shape that is called for in a recipe, find a pan with a similar surface or square-inch area and substitute a pan of that approximate size.
Should a square or rectangle pan be too large, you can reduce the size of it with a divider made of aluminum foil. The batter holds the divider in place on one side. Add dried beans or rice to the other side to support the foil from the opposite direction.

This month our to-go freezer is filled with some great chocolate desserts to share with the one you care about! After all, who can resist a good chocolate cake or muffin?

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