Bakeware To Get You Excited For Fall

October 28th, 2020 by

Give your bakeware collection a fall makeover this year. From seasonal cocottes to mini autumnal cake pans, these fall bakeware pieces are sure to get you in the mood to whip up some tasty fall recipes!

Pumpkin Cocotte

You might be asking yourself, “what is a cocotte?” Cocotte is a French term for a Dutch oven or a heavy cooking vessel. If you already own and love a Dutch oven, a pumpkin-shaped cocotte should be the next addition to your enameled bakeware collection. They come in various sizes from 16 oz. to 24 oz. all the way up to 5 qt. Large cocottes are perfect for larger dishes like cuts of meat while small cocottes are an adorable way to serve up a pumpkin bisque for dinner!

Fall Pie Punches

Pie punches are an easy way to get decorative elements for the tops of your pies without spending too much time hand-cutting each shape. This set of six pie cuts from Williams Sonoma has a pumpkin, an acorn, three different leaves, and an apple to make all of your autumn pies even prettier. Reviewers rave about how easy these are to use, saying, “I bought [these] pie print cutters on a whim…They worked great! Such a cute fall and Thanksgiving idea!!”

Autumn Cakelette Pan

What’s more adorable than fall-shaped cakes? Mini fall-shaped cakes! This autumn cakelette pan has turkey, acorn, pumpkin, and leaf shapes. It’s made of cast aluminum for an even bake all around and is non-stick. This cakelette pan would be great for muffin batter, pound cake batter, loaf-cake batter, or even madeleine batter!

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Loaf Pan

If you don’t already own a loaf pan, now is the time to invest in one! Whether you’re baking up some seasonal pumpkin bread, classic banana bread, or if you’re dipping your toes into the world of sandwich bread, a loaf pan is essential for many bakes. Look for a pan, like this one, that has aluminized steel so that your bread bakes evenly. And remember, even if a loaf pan advertises that it is non-stick, using a grease and parchment paper combination is the best method to ensure your loaf comes out clean.

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