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Magic in the Middle: The Sandwich Cookie Pan by Williams-Sonoma

I want this cake pan!
O.M.G. alert. Really, this awesomeness doesn't really need more than an introduction. Say hello to the Sandwich Cookie Cake Pan by Williams-Sonoma.

Here's what they have to say about it:

Sandwich cookies are a childhood favorite one never outgrows. Our pair of baking pans captures this nostalgic treat as a luscious cake. Enjoy the classic pairing of chocolate and vanilla cream or try a more sophisticated combination such as espresso-fudge cake with cappuccino cream filling. The set includes two nonstick baking pans that turn out cakes embossed with "cookie." The cast aluminum pans spread heat evenly for uniform baking. Our exclusive ceramic-reinforced Goldtouch™ coating ensures easy release and cleanup. Hand wash. 9" diam. Set of two pans. A Williams-Sonoma exclusive.

Buy it--now!--at williams-sonoma.com. P.S. If you already knew about this pan, why didn't you tell me about it?

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Reader Comments (12)

I own it! I didn't think it was a secret.

December 10 | Unregistered CommenterDesiree

Oh my gosh it's adorable! I really want one!!! :)

December 10 | Unregistered CommenterNutmeg Nanny

i need it!!! and even better - you don't need to worry about icing the top smoothly!

December 10 | Unregistered CommenterTia

Now I feel badly that I've known about it for awhile - I just assume you are on top of it all. You'd be like, yeah, whatever Lauren, that's so two months ago, already baked it like a million times...

December 10 | Unregistered Commenterlauren haupt

I didn't think it was a secret either! I've had it since sometime last winter? Maybe just before spring?? It is awesome, isn't it?

December 11 | Unregistered CommenterNikiTheo

Oh gosh I guess you are late. I owned it as well, but when I tried making the recipe it didn't come out looking like it does it the photo. Maybe it was just user error. How has it worked for ya'll that own it also?

December 11 | Unregistered CommenterMs. K.I.M.

The pan works great for me! I use it for more than the ones pictured, too. It makes a very pretty Boston Cream Pie (the ganache sets perfectly on top.) I've also used it for a Banana Pudding Cake concotion you can see here: http://amusebooks.com/2009/06/banana-pudding-cake/

Great pan. One tip my WS store told me was to just use any old boxed brownie mix in it, too. Or fill it with Mint Ice Cream instead of icing.

December 11 | Unregistered CommenterTalia

Wow! Love this. If only I made enough cakes to justify it...

December 15 | Unregistered Commenterbirdiesbakeshop

I just tried it this morning and I did the batter recipe exactly and spayed Pam on the pans along with using my hands to put butter in every crevice… when the pans cooled, I could not for the life of me get any part of the cookie to come out of the pans… the batter is stiff, but is supposed to be a cookie, but it was impossible to remove from the pans! a total waste of time and a big mess!

But I'm still in the mood to see if this works or not(will not let this defeat me!)… will try a store-bought chocolate cake mix(wasted money now on the best chocolate and butter, but let’s try Duncan Hines) and see if this works better… will let you know if it works…
Janet from Colorado

January 18 | Unregistered CommenterJanet

Tried it with the chocolate fudge cake mix and STILL it sticks!!!! maybe I was sent a dud but will not use it!!!! I did buy a Nordic Ware baking mold muffin tin with maple leaf marks on the bottom for Thanksgiving and made cornbread muffins and it worked just fine= go figure....

January 18 | Unregistered CommenterJanet


January 18 | Unregistered CommenterJanet

That is great that people can receive the loans and that opens up completely new chances.

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