FULL DISCLOSURE: This blog is a product review for which I have NOT been paid for or compensated in any way by the manufacturer. Baker’s Edge has not paid me nor given me permission to write about their product. That being said, I do hope to make money by allowing my readers to purchase the product reviewed in this blog by selecting the amazon product link at the conclusion of this post.
I’m a simple man. I try not to complicate my life with superfluous things, and this includes my diet. I like mashed potatoes with a little butter, my pizza with extra sauce, my chocolate chip cookies without nuts, and when it comes to brownies, I like the chewy edges.
So when I stumbled across the Baker’s Edge Brownie Pan online a few months back, I felt as if a whole new world had opened up to me.
The all-edges brownie pan arrived a few days ago, but I have been working so much I did not have time to put it to the test until last week, when it rained all day on my one and only day off. Since there is nothing better than baking on a gray, rainy day, I pulled out a box of brownie mix and tried my first batch of all-edges brownies. I can honestly say, I will never go back to the “normal” way of baking brownies. Square pans are for suckers.
The box that the brownie pan is packaged in is super fun. There are pictures, bullet points, American flags, patent numbers, and just about anything else you need to know about the product contained within. It is a visual overload for your eyes.
Baker’s Edge is very proud of the fact that their brownie pan is made in the United States. That fact is stamped everywhere, including several places on the box, as well as on the metal pan itself.
Once you get the box open, the pan, a plastic spatula, and a direction/recipe pamphlet are all waiting patiently to be put to the test.
I whipped up a quick batch of brownie mix and poured it into the pan. The viscous mix snaked its way through the pan easily and settled evenly amongst the metal canyons. Following the instructions on the box, I placed the pan into the preheated oven and let them bake for twenty-eight minutes.
The brownies came out perfectly, with each brownie I cut having at least two edges. Two of the brownies had three edges, which is something I had never even imagined could be done.
The days of the old square pan are gone. It is time to embrace this brave new world…with a big glass of cold milk in one hand and a double-edged brownie in the other.
If you are interested in ordering a Baker’s Edge Brownie Pan, just click on the link below and you will be directed towards my Amazon Associate’s page. I will receive four percent of every dollar spent when the product ships to you. If you have someone in your household who loves the chewy brownie edges, buy them this pan, and they will bake brownies for you to taste. You give them a gift, and they will make you delicious treats the rest of their lives. That’s a win-win situation for everybody.