These aren’t liners. They’re designed to go directly into the oven, and they can withstand temperatures up to 400 degrees without losing their color. You don’t have to grease the paper pans, there are no messy dishes to scrub, and you can serve or gift your baked goods in the same pan you used for baking.
Paper bakeware is relatively new in the U.S., but it’s a staple in Japan. Rich Aslanian and Sam Sheppard, founders of Welcome Home Brands, teamed with Temma Shiki of Japan, a global leader in paper bakeware, to bring these innovative pieces to the U.S. Available in classic sizes including round cake pans, bundt pans, loaf pans and baking cups, the paper bakeware is ideal for parties, when you want to create a coordinated presentation. When you’re baking for someone else, you can make your cakes, breads and casseroles look as great as they taste -- without having to ask for your serving dish to be returned.