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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Farberware Pizza Crisper Pan I have been making homemade pizza for years and it's always been good but I felt it could be even better. That's when I began my search for a "real" pizza pan. I've used pizza stones before but really wasn't thrilled with the results. After reading many reviews and comparing products, I finally decided to purchase the Farberware Insulated Pizza Crisper Pan. I couldn't wait to try it out! Let me tell you that I am more than pleased with the results! I used the same crust recipe I've always used, but what a difference this pan made. The crust was so evenly brown on the bottom and perfectly crisped! I highly recommend this pan!
Date published: 2013-06-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from haven't used it for pizza yet but I've used it to bake cookies, and the result was better than expected. I never thought a tool makes a difference, but heat conductivity plays a very important role in baking, and this nails it. Size might be a problem for people who like everything small cuz it's big. Recommended.
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Nice pizza crisper with handles! I bought this mainly because I am tired of using a heavy pizza stone with no handles and hoping I don't burn myself when I take it out! This item has two places you can grab onto when it comes time to place in the oven or take it out. I used a whole size fresh pizza dough and stretched it out right over the pan with floured hands. I added sauce, cheese, garlic, seasonings, and mushrooms. I cooked the pizza in a pre-heated 450-degree oven for about 15 minutes. I checked the bottom of the pie when the timer went off. It was a nice, golden brown! So, it evenly distributes heat when baking and was cooked throughout (but it was a little too much bread; I need to stretch the dough thinner next time or use less dough). Given the thickness of this particular pizza, I think leaving it in the oven another 3 to 5 minutes may have given it the crispness I was looking for. Next time I will try a different technique. Overall, a nice pizza crisper to cook with. Be careful when slicing so you don't scratch the nonstick surface (it hasn't happened to me but I took preventive measures). Once sliced, some sauce or cheese could come through the holes - so try not to slice it over your stove. Clean up was very easy.
Date published: 2016-06-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mixed feelings on this pan I do my share of making pizzas, mostly homemade and a occasional frozen every one now and then. I think it's great for crisping the crust of frozen pizzas but I didn't have a good result making a homemade pizza. The dough went thru the holes, ended up over cooking the crust and made a mess in the oven. Next pizza I would definitely adjust the time knowing it cooks quicker. The size of the pan was bigger then I thought it be and was a problem because it only fit on the bottom shelf.
Date published: 2013-10-23
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