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Length 8 Inches
Width 4 Inches
Depth 2 1/2 Inches
Bottom Length 7 1/4 Inches
Bottom Width 3 1/4 Inches
Capacity .75 lb.
Coating Silicone Glaze
Color Silver
Material Aluminized Steel
Number of Compartments 1
Oven Safe Yes
Shape Rectangle
Type Loaf Pans


Fill your bakery, restaurant, or cafe with the sweet aroma of freshly baked bread every day! This 3/4 lb. loaf pan is made of durable aluminized steel for excellent heat conduction and features a silicone glaze for easier release.

Overall Dimensions:
Length: 8"
Width: 4"
Bottom Length : 7 1/4"
Bottom Width: 3 1/4"
Depth: 2 1/2"
Thickness: 0.6 mm

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    3/4 lb. Bread Loaf Pan 8" x 4"

    4.9 stars from 16 reviews


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    2 out of 2 found this review helpful

    These are awesome pans, bread slide right out after baking, even without any oil or spray. Pans aren't dark, so the crust doesn't darken or burn. I use them for an oatmeal bread for our Farmers' Markets, but scale the dough to 1.25 to 1.5 lbs, not 3/4, and let it rise a bit over the edge.

    from Woven Meadows Posted on

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful

    I agree with one reviewer. I am looking for pans for a new product this summer. The weight is totally the wrong measure. The measure SHOULD BE by volume. Fill the pan with water, pour the water into a measuring cup to find the volume. Who cares what the weight is! I'll try shopping with a company that understands when to use volume and when to use weight. Hopefully I will find one. I have used webstaurant for aluminum angel food cake pans and other products and have been most pleased with the quality. This will be my 5 year using the angel food cake pans.

    from The Bake Sale Posted on

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful

    I really wish that loaf pans stated their actual volumetric capacity, instead of just how much dough they're made for. The dough weight doesn't help much if you're making something like a 100% rye bread, which will be much more dense and rise less. And some white flour dough can triple in size during a rise instead of just doubling. This "3/4 lb" pan has a capacity of 1100 ml (I weighed how much water it held, which was 1100 grams. For water 1 gram equals 1 ml). So for a normal white flour dough that is supposed to double in size, it can hold 550 grams (or maybe a bit more if you like to let it rise above the lip). 550 grams is about 1.2 pounds (there are 454 grams in a pound). So it's already inaccurate to call this a 3/4lb pan. I use this pan to make a 100% rye Russian style bread. For dense rye breads, or other low-gluten and gluten-free loaves, I fill the pan 3/4 of the way because they only rise about 33% before being ready to bake, So I put 825 grams to 900 grams (that's 1.75 to 2 pounds) of that dough and it's a perfect fit. It's ready to bake when the dough gets close to the lip and then the oven gives it a decent spring a bit above the lip. It's good quality like most restaurant store quality pans. Not quite as good as some other major brands, but it's fine and a good price. The corners do have seam gaps, so something like a sticky rye dough can get in there. but it's not a big deal.

    from Miche bread Posted on

    This is a very heavy duty loaf pan. It's made of a thick gauge and resists rust. The nice thing about this pan is that it is a bit narrower and taller than traditional loaf pans which makes for a very good looking banana bread. it also seems to have some sort of non-stick coating on it which works great,

    from Home Use Posted on

    We often use these reduced size loaf pans for smaller, denser breads that may not need as big of a pan. Good quality material and build.

    from Mike's Mindful Plate Posted on

    Bought these to use as molds for making pate and could not be happier. Have had no problems getting pate to release and they are a nice weight.

    Posted on

    The perfect loaf size! I made a very sticky basil and olives loaf and it slid right off the pan. It also helped my loaf get a crispy crust on the bottom without burning. It cleans very easily, too. I will order a second one.

    Posted on

    Great quality! I am a home baker, I am not a professional. This loaf pan is sturdier and higher-quality than anything out there for home use. The metal is thick and sturdy. It's going to give me many years of use.

    Posted on

    I wasn't sure of the size until I started using them to put my bread in. My 1 pound yeast breads love these pans and I have started to use them for my sweet breads also. Everything slides out clean and easy. Easy clean up also. I will be buying more of these in the future.

    from Local Foods Bakery & Cafe Posted on

    These bread loaf pans are AMAZING!! I wish we would have ordered many more the first time! We will be ordering these again today! They bake our gluten free, dairy free & allergy friendly breads wonderfully and are a durable and sturdy pan to bake with. We love these bread pans!

    from Clover Meadow Bakery - gluten free & allergy friendly Posted on

    A great little pan. This beauty works wonderfully and gives a nice bottom crust when baking bread. Cleans well and stacks great. I have six and use them all the time!

    Posted on

    I bake many family sized loaves on breads and can never find the quality and consistency in pan sizes. They are strong and sturdy and can't wait to use them this week.

    from Mimi's Minis Gourmet Baked Sweets Posted on

    I was looking for a bread pan that was similar in size to the disposable ones and this is it! Don't let the decription fool you, it holds a 1-pound loaf of bread with no problem.

    from Katy M Posted on

    My bakery recently purchased a set of these pans and we have been completely satisfied. High quality construction and bakes a perfect loaf every time.

    from The Pie Kitchen Posted on

    I love these bread pans! They are heavy, have a great finish, are the perfect size for guten-free bread, and the bread doesn't stick. Should have ordered more the first time!

    from Avalise Gluten-Free Kitchen Posted on

    These are great little bread pans that don't stick if you treat them right. I've put both sweet breads and sandwich breads in them with great results.

    from Peddlers Choice Posted on

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