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Camp Chef Cast Iron Pie Pan Review

Camp Chef Cast Iron Pie Pan Review


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The Camp Chef Cast Iron Pie Pan is the ultimate baking vessel. The cast iron used to make this dish is extremely durable and evenly distributes heat. The decorative handles add to the beautiful aesthetic and make this pie pan, a great pie server, too.

One of the best parts about using Camp Chef cast iron is that it comes ready to use and already seasoned, unlike most cast iron cookware and bakeware. This means less time spent getting the pan prepped and more time spent using it! This also makes it a great pan to buy for someone who has never used cast iron to cook. 

At 10 inches in diameter, this pie pan is a great size. It has a depth of 2 inches, so you can make any of your favorite pie recipes. The cast iron material helps cook pies evenly so you don't have burnt or undercooked spots. You can also use the pan to make savory pies, cakes, cinnamon rolls, bread, and even side dishes. You could even use it on the stovetop like a regular cast iron skillet!

This pie pan is more than just bakeware; it is also servingware. The ornate handles and rippled edge of the pan complement the overall cast iron aesthetic. This pan makes a great addition to any collection of bakeware. I recommend gifting the pan with a homemade pie for a memorable present. 

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