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Nordic Ware Platinum Mini Acorn Pan


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Model Number80948
Item Weight726 g
Product Dimensions38.9 x 29.8 x 4.4 cm
  
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ASINB003Z9L32W
Best Sellers Rank 1,803,856 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight726 g
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Date First Available11 Aug. 2013
  
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57 of 58 people found the following review helpful
Industrial Designer needed here. 26 Mar. 2012
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
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My Nordic Ware Acorn cakelet pan arrived this week. I took some time over the weekend to make banana bread cakes, and per the advice of other readers, I added just a little extra liquid to the mix. They were adorable, with one glitch that I'm surprised wasn't mentioned. Since the product information said they could be put together with icing (I used melted chocolate) it would have made sense for the acorns, with their jaunty little stems, to have half the stems pointing to the right, and half to the left so they would match when joined. Instead, the ratio is 11 to 7, leaving two slightly mutant acorns when put together. We remedied that by cutting off the stems and eating them. I know Nordic Ware won't be redesigning this product in the near future, at a cost of thousands in mill work. However, perhaps they'll think of that when making their next unique and special pan.
Note: All right, I admit it. We bit off those four stems. Now I feel better.Nordic Ware Platinum Acorn Cakelet Pan
40 of 41 people found the following review helpful
Pops out perfectly! 3 Jan. 2012
By P. Kaye - Published on Amazon.com
I've used this 4 times now for holiday baking and I love it! I brush on butter and use a fine strainer to dust it with flour in the sink. Dusting just the top of each with almond meal did not work well. The first time I used a pound cake mix. I over baked them, but they popped out perfectly anyway. Then I started using the Krusteaz gingerbread cake and cookie mix. Since these are cakelets, I used 1/4 cup less water than the cake recipe and added 2-3 Tbsp. of soft butter. I put 1 Tbsp. of batter in each acorn and baked them at 375 degrees for 22 minutes. Meanwhile I made a glaze of powdered sugar, heavy cream, milk, and the juice and zest of one lemon. I let them rest in the pan for 10-15 minutes, then dropped each in the glaze, rolled it over to coat it, and let it dry on a rack. They were so cute some guests thought they were just decoration. They loved the lemon in the glaze and are a good serving size, better than a cupcake. The glaze covering them seals in the moisture and they can sit out without hardening for days. I am now buying a second pan so I can bake a whole mix or recipe at once. Orange glaze? Pound cake with Bourbon glaze...
20 of 20 people found the following review helpful
Good size for gluten free baking!!! 16 Nov. 2011
By Red - Published on Amazon.com
I have used this pan three times in the past two weeks. Unlike some other pans, the acorn shape comes out perfect each time. The non-stick really does work. And my kids love to eat pumpkin bread in this shape. We are a gluten free family. This seems to be the perfect size for baking portions with the rice flour, which is more dense. This size makes our bread light and fluffy!!! Yum.
19 of 20 people found the following review helpful
So cute you may want 2 pans 18 Sept. 2013
By Mom/Nurse Ann - Published on Amazon.com
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I just tried my pan out for the first time today, and I love it. I used a store brand chocolate box mix and although they came out cute, there is a learning curve to making them small enough. I plan to keep trying different mixes. The pan is exactly as shown, and from one box mix you will make 4 or 5 pans of acorns. They are a perfect nibble size and release easily from the pan, I tried spraying it and then using the cake mix to flour it, the next batch I just brushed it out. It took 3 more batches before they started to stick. My original plan was to put 2 acorn halves together and then dip the tops in Wilton candy melts I bought the melts today but after seeing the cakes, I'm not so sure, I think the candy may mask the detail on the acorn tops. Maybe the glaze another reviewer talked about would do better. The reason you may want 2 pans is that the cakelets bake for about 15 min and then cool for 15 min in the pan, before moving them to a cooling rack. I kept turning my oven off and on, but with 2 pans you could alternate baking and cooling and keep things moving.

3 days later and I can't tell you how much fun I've had with this pan! My first batch using a chocolate cake mix turned out fine, but I wanted something better, but wanted to put my $1.00 Kroger cake mixes to use. I found a Cake Mix Doctor pound cake recipe and thought I would use that. LIke I said there is some learning to do with this pan. Less batter is more. 1/2 Tablespoon is too much batter, It is closer to 2 teaspoons. I played around and found the perfect spoon and it went smoothly after that. I used Pam for baking that contains the flour and sprayed the pan after every batch and used a pasty brush to wipe each acorn. The only batch that stuck was the last one, and the spray gives the acorns a shiny appearance. Then I melted Wilton light cocoa melts in a shallow bowl and dipped the acorns in the chocolate and put them on wax paper on a cooling rack and popped them in the frig for a few minutes. They taste like heaven! I've decided not to try to put the two halves together. Too much work and they are cute as singles.

The pound cake recipe used a yellow cake mix and I think that is the perfect color. The acorns came out a golden brown on the outside and the batter is denser than a plain cake mix so it may have worked better. I have included photos of the acorns from my kitchen so you can see real results. Yes I would buy this pan again, and 2 pans would be ideal. I found a Pillsbury Pumpkin cake mix and a Caramel Apple cake mix at the store today that I will try for the party. The acorns are so cute and are really a bite size of happyness. Just make them ahead because with one pan they take a long time.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
LOVE IT!!! 3 Dec. 2012
By HotMessPrincess - Published on Amazon.com
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I love this pan. Love it! The acorns are actually much bigger than I expected - they're about 2 1/2 inches long. The pan is easy to use, easy to take care of, and my favorite thing: it's actually MADE IN THE USA!!! :-) Thank you!!
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