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Esther Sparhawk

Shaped Pan Molds For Buns And Doughnuts...

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As we all know, gluten-free bread dough is gooey stuff. So I want to buy some pans in the shapes of hamburger buns, hot dog buns, and doughnuts. Who sells these? Does anyone know a web site?

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King Arthur Flour Co.(in Vermont I think), sells alot of baking supplies. They have a website. Another to check is Chefs Calalog, I believe they have an online site. Here are some other ideas. Our local support group uses English Muffin Rings for hamburger buns and one mom bends them into an oval for hotdog buns. I found foil baked potato pans online that I wanted to try using for the hotdog buns.

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Hi there MA,

I did a quick search and found this. There's lots more of course, but this is the first one I found and has posts by yours truly. No extra charge. :D

http://www.glutenfreeforum.com/index.php?s...=43888&st=0

All I did was type bun pans in the left box at the top of any page. Using the search function opens up a world of information. Most Celiac related questions have been discussed hundreds of times.

Have fun. lm

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Thanks everyone. I'm going to try to locate some of these dealers, compare prices, and order something.

LM, I usually try to search first, but sometimes my search doesn't result in anything useful. That's when I give up and add to the thousands of other discussions. :lol: You know how it is... :rolleyes:

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I got creative with my buns: I cut strips of parchment paper and stapled them into rings the size I wanted. Then I put these on a piece of parchment. I put the gluten-free dough in the middle in "globs" to divide it up evenly. A spoon or knife dipped in water help smooth out the dough to fill out the ring and smooth out the top.

After baking, I pull these off and put in a ziplock bag and into the freezer to reuse for the next time.

I bought a shaped hamburger bun pan but the indentations were so shallow the gluten-free dough spread out around the top too much.

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I have used 16-oz corningwear bowls. They seem to be about the right size for a hamburger bun.

I have several Corning and also Pyrex small dishes that I use for buns. I'm sure I got them at Wal-Mart.

Whenever I make a loaf of bread, I shape one or two buns and freeze the uncooked dough in my bowls. Then I can bake an individual bun in the toaster oven when I need just one - that way it is fresh.

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