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Wilton 2105-1620 6 Cavity Nonstick Donut Pans (2 Pack)
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This is a review for the Wilton 2105-1620 6 Cavity Nonstick Donut Pans (2 Pack) by Wilton.

I took these out of the package on Christmas morning, whipped up a quick batch of batter, and BOOM! fresh, warm, perfect doughnuts on the first try. I used the Ina Garten "Cinnamon Baked Doughnuts" recipe and we especially loved the more cake-like texture. I'm not a big doughnut fan personally but I'm definitely a fan of these. And hooray for no-fry doughnuts because I'm not a fan of fried foods either. I like a less sugary, less fat-filled doughnut and these definitely fit the bill. After filling one of the pans with batter using a spoon (it can be done but it's a bit time consuming when you have salivating guests gathered about), I piped in the batter to the second pan with my pastry bag. Easy peasy. Although I didn't need any with this batch, I'll use Baker's Joy or the equivalent to prevent possible sticking in the future.

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on January 10, 2018
I bought these with the plan of making cake donuts with them. I will eventually do that, but I found another awesome idea for the use of these pans. I have a low-carb recipe for bagels. Spray pan thoroughly with cooking spray. Mix one cup of self-rising flour with one cup of fat free, plain Greek yogurt. Mix well, roll into "snakes" and then shape into a bagel that will fit into pan. Use an egg wash to cover the bagel, then sprinkle seasoning (I use the Everything seasoning). Bake at 350 for about 20 min. They are awesome right out of the oven! For Weight Watchers, it is 2 SP per bagel.
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on November 1, 2017
Wow, I can now make my favorite double chocolate doughnuts at home. That's probably not a good thing, but they sure are tasty; just as good as at the local chain doughnut shop. These pans make a nice size doughnut too, just a touch smaller than the doughnut shop. I sprayed these before filling, and the donuts came out easily after I let them set for 5 minutes like the recipe said. Go to justsotasty web site and look for their double chocolate doughnuts recipe, if you like chocolate as much as I do. I put the thick batter into a medium size plastic bag and piped it into the molds, which worked really good. I filled them just like the picture showed at the recipe web site and they turned out perfect. They must have used bigger molds, because I got 9 doughnuts instead of the stated 6, and it took me 10 minutes to cook them in my oven. I can't wait to try some of the other recipes I found on Pinterest. I highly recommend these pans.
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on February 16, 2017
My pans didn't include the recipes that usually come with Wilton pans. I printed the recipes from their website and made some truly disgusting donuts. Then I threw out those recipes and tried a bunch from different blogs, and have been making wonderful donuts. The pans themselves are good quality and the nonstick finish is easy to clean.

The donuts are much lighter colored on top than the part in the pan. That's normal. Using the convection setting on my oven didn't make a difference. Glaze hides the color difference very well.

You should consider buying large disposable piping bags to make the pans easier to fill.
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on December 5, 2016
I have used these pans twice and they have worked out great. They are very good quality and are definitely non-stick. I ordered two so that I can make a dozen at a time. As others have mentioned, they are slightly smaller than expected, but still work out very well. I had wanted to purchase these in a local store, but they only had the mini size. I tried a batch of the minis and was not a fan, so I ordered these from Amazon and they were here in two days. Looking forward to trying some more recipes for the holidays.
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on June 19, 2016
Great donut pan! I but my batter into a squeeze bottle and that worked very well. Wilton consistently puts out quality products and this is no exception. I ordered two pans because a typical donut recipe makes 12 donuts. The pans fit side by side in the over and the donuts came out perfect the first time!
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on April 1, 2017
I've always wanted to make donuts so I bought these pans. I made pumpkin donuts. They were so easy to make and so good! and they did not stick to the pan. I love that they are healthier than the fried ones. I can't wait to try new flavors. So glad I bought these pans. I highly recommend.
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on June 27, 2017
Once you learn how, these pans make great donuts that are lighter than fried but still great. I had to learn to put less dough in each cavity than I originally thought, otherwise the dough cooks up and over the holes. Cinamon sugar donuts came out particularly good. The pans did not come with the recipe, even though the description said they did, but recipes were easy to find online.
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on July 5, 2017
Third set I've bought. A nice gift for child or adult. Throw in some sprinkles and a good recipe and there you go. Makes tasty cake donuts. Healthier than store bought too. I use whole wheat white flour and they still come out nicely. Put some confection sugar (cinnamon too if you like) in a large zip-loc bag and shake a few donuts at a time. Yum. A cozy treat.
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on January 23, 2017
These are fun pans for making doughnuts. I got the 2-pack because it's easier for cooking for a family. I looked everywhere for sugar free doughnut recipes- they are REALLY hard to find!!! But here's one I really liked. The site I got it from is treatswithatwist, but Amazon will delete links in the reviews, so I can't post it here. Anyways, here's the recipe for the world to enjoy:
1 box sugar free vanilla cake mix (like Pillsbury)
8 oz sugar free lemon-lime soda (like Sprite Zero)
Mix together. Fill half way into doughnut pan spaces. 400° F. 5-10 min, until golden and spring back to touch.
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