Anolon Nonstick Meat Loaf Pan Set Review

anolon-nonstick-meat-loaf-pan-setIf you love making meat loaf then you will love this pan. Not only is it strong and durable and does a great job of cooking meatloaf but it also works at reducing the amount of fat you will eat making this a healthy way to cook meat loaf.

The pan comes in two pieces – the pan itself and an insert which helps to drain away the fat from the meatloaf. This means you will have still have a moist meatloaf but not meat loaf that is dripping in fat.

This pan is about the size for a 2lb meat loaf recipe.

What We Like

  • This is not just for meat loaf. You can even bake cakes or bread in this pan.
  • Limited lifetime warranty.
  • Strong, solid and durable.
  • The nonstick surface makes clean up quick and easy.
  • This is dishwasher safe but we recommend hand washing wherever possible.
  • This meatloaf pan has silicone handles.
  • It makes a great meatloaf and drains most of the fat right away.

What We Don’t Like

  • The price may be an issue for some. You can finder cheaper versions of this style of meat loaf pan but this is one that should last you a lifetime so it is definitely a good investment.

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