Time-Tested Bakeware

You already know Nordic Ware. You know it because chances are your mother (and maybe her mother, too) owns a treasured Nordic Ware Bundt pan that turns out impossibly perfect cakes, every time. It's true that this pan has been widely imitated, but Nordic Ware is the original – and also the best. Dave and Dotty Dalquist started the family business in their basement in 1946, and today the company is run by their son, David. Their daughter, Jennifer, is part of the executive team, too. This next generation of Dalquists is bringing the next generation of foolproof Nordic Ware bakeware to our homes. The secret is in the cast aluminum construction, unparalleled for even heat distribution and predictable cooking, each and every time. Combine that with the premium non-stick interior and you can look like a champion baker, even if you're just using a box mix (we won't tell). For a fall season filled with delicious, beautiful treats, you can grab the Autumn Wreath Bundt Pan for a crowd-pleasing classic, the Holiday Mini Loaf Pan for making gifts, or the Acorn Cakelet Pan for tiny treats fit for even the pickiest little squirrels. No matter which you choose, you can rest easy knowing your bakeware will perform time and time again. No raking required!

Nordic Ware

Festive Bundt & Baking Pans

Time-Tested Bakeware

You already know Nordic Ware. You know it because chances are your mother (and maybe her mother, too) owns a treasured Nordic Ware Bundt pan that turns out impossibly perfect cakes, every time. It's true that this pan has been widely imitated, but Nordic Ware is the original – and also the best. Dave and Dotty Dalquist started the family business in their basement in 1946, and today the company is run by their son, David. Their daughter, Jennifer, is part of the executive team, too. This next generation of Dalquists is bringing the next generation of foolproof Nordic Ware bakeware to our homes. The secret is in the cast aluminum construction, unparalleled for even heat distribution and predictable cooking, each and every time. Combine that with the premium non-stick interior and you can look like a champion baker, even if you're just using a box mix (we won't tell). For a fall season filled with delicious, beautiful treats, you can grab the Autumn Wreath Bundt Pan for a crowd-pleasing classic, the Holiday Mini Loaf Pan for making gifts, or the Acorn Cakelet Pan for tiny treats fit for even the pickiest little squirrels. No matter which you choose, you can rest easy knowing your bakeware will perform time and time again. No raking required!

Grommet Launch Conversation

Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Eric
    Eric

    Since inventing the Bundt Pan (yes we invented it) over 60 years ago, Nordic Ware has proudly made its products in America. From quality cookware, to its well known novelty and traditional bundt pans and bakeware to microwave and barbeque products, the Dalquist family prides itself in providing long-lasting quality kitchenware products, which will be handed down through generations. My name is Eric, and I'm here to answer the questions you have.

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    10/5/2011 2:15 PM

    Although it is a unseasonal 80 degrees in Minneapolis it is only 60 degrees in Boston where I live and that means baking season has officially launched. Just think of what the squirrels will do when they see giant acorns on the plate!

  • Jules
    Jules – Grommet Team
    10/5/2011 3:09 PM

    @Eric Pearlman: You're right...fall is definitely in the air. I've appreciated the quality of NordicWare for a long time but never realized you INVENTED the Bundt Pan. How does the Dalquist family legacy get reflected in the business today?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    10/5/2011 3:37 PM

    @Jules Pieri: David Dalquist Sr. the founder of Nordic Ware was an optimist and his determination, fair play and encouragement to others has been carried down by his son David Dalquist Jr, President of Nordicware. While other manufacturers sent their product off-shore to save costs, the Dalquist family has expanded the Nordic Ware factory in Minneapolis several times to meet the growing demand and support the US economy, never wavering from producing top quality product.

  • Anne Riedel
    Anne Riedel
    10/5/2011 4:07 PM

    I recently purchased a Nordic Ware multi pot while I was staying in a very small efficiency for 6 weeks waiting to move out of state. It came with a steamer/strainer lid which is so convenient. My husband loves it! It has become everyone's favorite pan :)

  • Helen
    Helen
    11/10/2011 7:57 AM

    The acorn pan-does it make cake that is actually acorn shaped - or half acorn shaped?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    11/10/2011 11:47 AM

    @Helen: It is a half acorn shape. You put two together to make the whole acorn shape.

  • Pamela
    Pamela
    9/13/2012 12:54 PM

    Must have 60 NordicWare mold pans. I have them lined up all on the top of my kitchen cabinets. When I moved into my new house in Dec. the first thing I said when I saw the kitchen was, " I will put my NordicWare up there." They look perfect and everybody comments on them. I have always liked them because of their high quality and how good they look in our new fancy kitchens.

  • Paula
    Paula
    11/4/2012 12:45 PM

    Will you get more of the mini Christmas loaf pans in stock before the holidays? I would love to have that pan--have not tried the Nordic ware but would love to try.

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    11/5/2012 9:43 AM

    @Paula Aguirre: There's 3 left, so grab them quick here . Thanks for your interest.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.

 

Nordic Ware

Festive Bundt & Baking Pans

Time-Tested Bakeware

You already know Nordic Ware. You know it because chances are your mother (and maybe her mother, too) owns a treasured Nordic Ware Bundt pan that turns out impossibly perfect cakes, every time. It's true that this pan has been widely imitated, but Nordic Ware is the original – and also the best.

Dave and Dotty Dalquist started the family business in their basement in 1946, and today the company is run by their son, David. Their daughter, Jennifer, is part of the executive team, too. This next generation of
Dalquists is bringing the next generation of foolproof Nordic Ware bakeware to our homes.

The secret is in the cast aluminum construction, unparalleled for even heat distribution and predictable cooking, each and every time. Combine that with the premium non-stick interior and you can look like a champion baker, even if you're just using a box mix (we won't tell).

For a fall season filled with delicious, beautiful treats, you can grab the Autumn Wreath Bundt Pan for a crowd-pleasing classic, the Holiday Mini Loaf Pan for making gifts, or the Acorn Cakelet Pan for tiny treats fit for even the pickiest little squirrels. No matter which you choose, you can rest easy knowing your bakeware will perform time and time again. No raking required!
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Grommet Launch Conversation

  • Eric
    Eric

    Since inventing the Bundt Pan (yes we invented it) over 60 years ago, Nordic Ware has proudly made its products in America. From quality cookware, to its well known novelty and traditional bundt pans and bakeware to microwave and barbeque products, the Dalquist family prides itself in providing long-lasting quality kitchenware products, which will be handed down through generations. My name is Eric, and I'm here to answer the questions you have.

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    10/5/2011 2:15 PM

    Although it is a unseasonal 80 degrees in Minneapolis it is only 60 degrees in Boston where I live and that means baking season has officially launched. Just think of what the squirrels will do when they see giant acorns on the plate!

  • Jules
    Jules – Grommet Team
    10/5/2011 3:09 PM

    @Eric Pearlman: You're right...fall is definitely in the air. I've appreciated the quality of NordicWare for a long time but never realized you INVENTED the Bundt Pan. How does the Dalquist family legacy get reflected in the business today?

  • Eric
    Eric – Special Guest
    10/5/2011 3:37 PM

    @Jules Pieri: David Dalquist Sr. the founder of Nordic Ware was an optimist and his determination, fair play and encouragement to others has been carried down by his son David Dalquist Jr, President of Nordicware. While other manufacturers sent their product off-shore to save costs, the Dalquist family has expanded the Nordic Ware factory in Minneapolis several times to meet the growing demand and support the US economy, never wavering from producing top quality product.

  • Anne Riedel
    Anne Riedel
    10/5/2011 4:07 PM

    I recently purchased a Nordic Ware multi pot while I was staying in a very small efficiency for 6 weeks waiting to move out of state. It came with a steamer/strainer lid which is so convenient. My husband loves it! It has become everyone's favorite pan :)

  • Helen
    Helen
    11/10/2011 7:57 AM

    The acorn pan-does it make cake that is actually acorn shaped - or half acorn shaped?

  • Katherine
    Katherine – Grommet Team
    11/10/2011 11:47 AM

    @Helen: It is a half acorn shape. You put two together to make the whole acorn shape.

  • Pamela
    Pamela
    9/13/2012 12:54 PM

    Must have 60 NordicWare mold pans. I have them lined up all on the top of my kitchen cabinets. When I moved into my new house in Dec. the first thing I said when I saw the kitchen was, " I will put my NordicWare up there." They look perfect and everybody comments on them. I have always liked them because of their high quality and how good they look in our new fancy kitchens.

  • Paula
    Paula
    11/4/2012 12:45 PM

    Will you get more of the mini Christmas loaf pans in stock before the holidays? I would love to have that pan--have not tried the Nordic ware but would love to try.

  • Chew-Hoong
    Chew-Hoong – Grommet Team
    11/5/2012 9:43 AM

    @Paula Aguirre: There's 3 left, so grab them quick here . Thanks for your interest.

The launch day conversation has ended. Please direct further questions about this Grommet to our Community Experience Team.