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Pampered chef

post #1 of 5
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I was given some floral and star shaped Pampered Chef baking tubes but with no information or recipes. I would like to bake some banana and pumpkin bread but do not know how full to fill the tubes or how long to bake. Any information would be appreciated. Thank you

post #2 of 5
I had one of those, the star shaped one...I wonder what happened to it...
I remember it being kinda difficult to use. I think PC recommended using frozen bread in it.

Ok, I just went to their website and it seems that they don't sell those tubes anymore. I remember needing to leave some room at each end so the bread could expand. I wish I could offer more help!
post #3 of 5
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I had checked their website also. Thanks for checking into it. Think I wall just experiment if no one seems to know.
post #4 of 5
Let us know how it goes...if I still have mine I'd use it if I knew how LOL
post #5 of 5
Hi! My mother in law is a consultant, she uses frozen frenchbread loaf. Theres a great cucumber dip you can make to go with the sliced bread if you can find it. I can also try finding it.

Using a one pound loaf of frozen bread dough
  1. Preheat oven to 375°F.
  2. Lightly spray inside of bread tube and lids with nonstick cooking spray. Place lid (without vent hole) on bottom of bread tube.
  3. Cut about 2 inches of dough from one end of loaf.
  4. Place dough in bread tube. Place top lid (lid with vent hole and marked “TOP”) on top of bread tube.
  5. Immediately place bread tube upright on lower rack of oven. Bake 50-60 minutes, until ends are golden brown.
  6. Remove bread from bread tube and place on cooling rack; cool completely, then slice.
You can also put rice crispy treats in it while they are still warm (make sure to crisco the tube though) and when they cool slide them about and slice. or you can put ice cream in it...freeze it really good...and again slide out and slice. Jello would be nice too!
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