Nov 102010


For my husband’s recent birthday the boys and I went all out. Instead of bringing home a store-bought cake, we baked them ourselves with our new Nordic Ware pro cast cake pans. These cake pans are fabulous, and the Nordic Ware cake pans will make great gifts for the holidays.
Our three fabulous cake pans from Nordic Ware gave cause to great joy at my house, as my three boys uncovered one fantastic Nordic Ware cake pan after another.
My boys wanted to start baking immediately, but since my husband’s birthday was coming up, I told them they could decide on which cake pan to use for his birthday cake instead. This turned out to be more difficult than I had imagined though, and we ended up making both a tractor and a pirate ship cake.
The Nordic Ware cake pans are very high quality products, and I suspect that these will stick with us forever. All of the cake pans above come with a 10 year warranty. I was initially worried about cleaning the pans, but pouring boiling (or very hot) water into the cake pans took care of all of those areas that my sponge could not get to.

What I love about the Nordic Ware Cake Pans:

  • They are non-stick
  • They are easy to clean
  • They are high-quality pans
  • They are durable
  • They are made in the USA
  • They can help me make frugal baking creations.

I’m going to give you a little sneak peak of our cakes.

To see the final results you will have to check out this week’s Frugal Baking post. 

Product Info From the Nordic Ware Website:
Pro Form / Pro Cast Bakeware Use and Care

Use and Care Instructions

1. Before initial use and after subsequent uses, wash with hot soapy water.
2. Before each use, brush with solid vegetable shortening and dust with flour or spray with unsalted vegetable shortening with flour in the spray.
3. Mixes and recipes may vary. Fill the pan no more than 3/4 full to avoid overflow.
4. Metal utensils, scouring pads and abrasive cleaners should not be used on non-stick surfaces.

Nordic Ware 10 Year Warranty

About Nordic Ware:
Nordic Ware is a proud family-owned American company from Minneapolis, Minnesota that makes kitchenware  products. The company was founded in 1946, and with their home office in Minneapolis, Minnesota, they have produced cookware, bakeware, microwave and barbecue products for more than 60-plus years.
Today, there are nearly 60 million Bundt pans in kitchens across America,and 2 out of 3 American households own and use Nordic Ware products!
Nordic Ware is proud of their sustainable business practices and all of their products are made in the USA under fair labor practices and meet or surpass US environmental standards.

Buy It:
You can buy Nordic Ware at as well as at many national stores such as JC Penney, Target, Bed Bath & Beyond and Williams Sonoma. You can find a complete list of retail locations as well as a store locator at


Win It:
Nordic Ware is generously giving away all of the above cake pans to one of Frugality Is Free’s readers. Yes that’s right, one winner will receive the Tractor Pan, the Pirate Ship Pan and the All Star Sports Cake Pan from Nordic Ware. 
How to Enter
Mandatory Entry
Visit Nordic Ware and come back to tell me what product from their entire product line you would love to have – 1 Entry (Leave 1 comment)

This giveaway will end Monday December 6th at 10 p.m. EST.  

The giveaway is open to U.S. residents 18 years old or older. I will chose the winner via, and the winner will be notified by e-mail. Make sure to leave your email, or have your contact available on your blogger site. The winner will have 48 hours to respond, and if there is no response another winner will be chosen. 

Disclaimer: I received the above complimentary Nordic Ware cake pans for the purpose of this review and giveaway. I did not receive any monetary compensation, and the opinions expressed in above have not been influenced in any way by other than my own experience with Nordic Ware products.

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