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Everyone’s gotta have an edge

January 6th, 2008

Last week’s Daily Dish reviews were all about getting organized, a popular New Year’s resolution. We’re continuing with our New Year’s resolution theme with “let’s get in shape” week, and to kick it off I’ve got a product I just had to share with Daily Dish readers. The Baker’s Edge Brownie Pan is my new favorite brownie pan—you’re wondering how it fits into our theme but I’ve got it covered. It’s called portion control.

Baker's EdgeWhat’s so awesome about the Baker’s Edge? This pan is designed so every bite, yes, every bite, has two tasty edges. Now I don’t know about you, but I am an edge lover. You can tell if I’ve been dipping into the brownies because the edges go first. Don’t get me wrong, I’m happy to eat the entire pan but I love the combo of crunchy edge and chewy center and the corner is my absolute favorite! So when I saw the Baker’s Edge I knew I had to review this for all you edge lovers.

Baker's EdgeThe pan came with a booklet of recipes but I decided to try my own. It was one of the rare times I baked a batch from scratch, and the pan lived up to its claim of better performance due to the patented sidewalls that help circulate heat evenly. I had no undercooked centers or burnt edges—these brownies were the most perfect batch I had made yet (and I make a lot of brownies). But this isn’t just a brownie pan. You can use the Baker’s Edge to make a variety of recipes you’d normally bake in an old school 9×9-inch or 9×13-inch pan. The Baker’s Edge site has some totally yummy recipes. Question is, which one to bake first?

This durable, heavy-gauge cast aluminum pan comes with a premium nonstick coating and round, easy-to-clean corners (yep, these lived up to their claim as well). The custom spatula makes serving (and sneaking) from the pan a breeze, and that’s how I’m able to fit the Baker’s Edge into “let’s get in shape” week. This pan makes it a little easier to control portion sizes. You can’t really use the “I’m just evening them out” excuse with this pan so don’t even try! Plus that heavy-gauge cast aluminum makes for a heavier than usual pan, so you’re burning more calories as you put it in and take it out of the oven. So burn a few extra calories with your own Baker’s Edge pan by getting on the wait list at Fred Flare for the next batch (this item’s so hot it’s on backorder!).—Emily

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3 comments on “Everyone’s gotta have an edge

  1. Emily, this is what I want for my Birthday this year!!

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