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I'm looking for a large baking pan for cooking individual square brownies, preferably at least 8cm x 8cm (3.14 inches) but I can't find anything anywhere!! Can anyone suggest where I can get something like this from? Or am I missing something?

I don't want to go for a large tray and then cut them because I want all the brownies to be identical.

Thanks!

  • Does it have to be square? Or can it be a loaf shaped rectangle of 64 square cm? – Jolenealaska Aug 4 '14 at 22:20
  • It's more about each individual brownie ending up the same, ie even sizes and amount of crispyness around the edge. And square is the design I'm going for. – bbeckford Aug 4 '14 at 22:29
  • I can find a ton that are rectangular, several that are square but smaller than you are looking for (about 5cm X 5cm). One more question, do you want individual pans or multiple indentations in a single pan, as in for a muffin tin? OOH! How about this? It's a bit smaller than you want, but not much. – Jolenealaska Aug 4 '14 at 23:06
  • @bbeckford I too like brownies that are all edges. As jolenealaska pointed out you can get one online, and I suspect your local kitchen wares store sells a similar pan. However if you have a muffin pan, try your recipe in that first. Mine taste good, but the edges did not turn out how I hoped. – Megasaur Aug 4 '14 at 23:24
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Amazon has some individual brownie pans that are, I believe, what you may be looking for.

http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_noss?url=search-alias%3Daps&field-keywords=individual%20brownie%20pan

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I found some, using a search for "square muffin pan":

http://www.bonton.com/shop/home/kitchen/bakeware/cake-pans/wilton-bakeware-12-cavity-brownie-pan_423622.html

http://www.chefsfirst.com/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=FATMFN-SQR&gclid=CMvVjOKu1cACFcRbfgodyI4AQQ

You might also check a local restaurant supply.

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