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6-Piece BakerEze Copper Nonstick Bakeware Set (Muffin Cake & Cookie Pans)

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Walmart has 6-Piece BakerEze Copper Nonstick Bakeware Set (Muffin Cake & Cookie Pans) on sale for $13.99. Select free store pickup where available, otherwise shipping is free on orders of $35 or more. Thanks TattyBear
  • Two (2) 6-cup muffin pans
  • Two (2) 9" round cake pans
  • One (1) 13.2" x 9.2" small cookie pan
  • One (1) 15.3" x 10.2" medium cookie pan
  • Copper DuraGlide Plus reinforced nonstick finish
  • Copper bakeware set with 5-year limited warranty
  • Hand wash preferred, dishwasher compatible
  • Provides uniform heating so food bakes evenly
  • Easy release and clean up with no fuss
  • Prepare entrees, cakes, cookies, muffins, veggies and more
  • Muffin cake and cookie pans ideal addition to your kitchen accessories
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  • 6-Piece Copper Nonstick Bakeware Set (Muffin Cake & Cookie Pans) [walmart.com] $13.99
    • Two (2) 6-cup muffin pans
    • Two (2) 9" round cake pans
    • One (1) 13.2" x 9.2" small cookie pan
    • One (1) 15.3" x 10.2" medium cookie pan
    • Copper DuraGlide Plus reinforced nonstick finish
    • Copper bakeware set with 5-year limited warranty
    • Hand wash preferred, dishwasher compatible
    • Provides uniform heating so food bakes evenly
    • Easy release and clean up with no fuss
    • Prepare entrees, cakes, cookies, muffins, veggies and more
    • Muffin cake and cookie pans ideal addition to your kitchen accessories
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This does not allow store pickup. Will not let me select any option but delivery
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This does not allow store pickup. Will not let me select any option but delivery
Could add enough to get to $35 for free shipping and return the other item in-store.
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This does not allow store pickup. Will not let me select any option but delivery
I am able to select store pickup but the pans are just delivered to the store, it isn't same day pickup.
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Are these copper products a fad or do they actually work better/ last longer? Do they rust?
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Are these copper products a fad or do they actually work better/ last longer? Do they rust?
Not sure about the baking pans but I've had a skillet for a good while, maybe a year and a half. Hasn't rusted, held up well. Food doesn't stick and it can be in the dishwasher or oven.
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Not sure about the baking pans but I've had a skillet for a good while, maybe a year and a half. Hasn't rusted, held up well. Food doesn't stick and it can be in the dishwasher or oven.
Ive had the worst luck with normal nonstick muffin pans.
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Ive had the worst luck with normal nonstick muffin pans.
a smart baker using muffin cups ;-)
doesn't matter the type of metal, l always use cups, they're cheap and not only make cleanup easier, but better results in my opinion.
copper has been around for ages in cookware and still used today in many pots and pans.. it's not a fad.. copper is one of the best metals for heat distribution. how well does it work for baking, i have no idea, but it certainty can't be any worse than traditional baking pans, perhaps the coated copper pans help with more even baking. since they are just coated, they still can be scratched like normal non-stick coatings.
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Just purchase Usa pan or williams Sonoma gold and have sets that will last forever. Cheap bakeware isn't worth the uneven heating and hassle.
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I have been using copper pan crap for a few years now. You HAVE TO SEASON THEM
have to have to have to.... otherwise they are junk.
I mean- cheap pans are junk anyway, but they are ruined if you don't and on the first day too. But once they are seasoned- melted cheese will slide off! and the low cost makes it practical for teaching cooking and your 7 year old won't ruin the good stuff.
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Ive had the worst luck with normal nonstick muffin pans.
Haven't laughed out loud in quite a bit. Thanks for that.
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Are these copper products a fad or do they actually work better/ last longer? Do they rust?
They don't work as well and do not last as long as traditional non stick. This holds for these new "copper" and ceramic non stick.

I'll try to find the link to a video I watched recently.
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Don't expect.a lot of copper for the price. Copper colored and thin. Real copper goes to China. My "copper" frying pan warped. Save your money and invest in quality bakeware. I like Fat Daddios.
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Are these copper products a fad or do they actually work better/ last longer? Do they rust?
it's not copper it's probably cheap aluminum covered by some copper colored nonstick coating.
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