Ciao, bella! Classic lasagna gets a springform makeover in our mile-high vegetarian pie. Jaw-dropping layers of noodles, veggies, and gooey cheese mean you won't miss the meat.
Dense, decadent, and dreamy, this fudgelike torte is a triple threat. Share if you dare; chocolate-lovers will want every last cocoa crumb for themselves.
In the battle for best pizza style, we can't help but think there's a little more to love with deep-dish. Stuffed to the brim with Italian sausage, tomatoes, and three melty cheeses, these springform slices reign supreme.
How 'bout these apples? Nestle the sweet-tart fruit in apple-pie-spiced batter then smother in sticky caramel sauce. Hey, the doctor never specified how you get that apple a day.
Stacks on stacks on stacks of garden-fresh vegetables add up to one incredible torte. Hold the masterpiece together with sliced polenta.
You may not associate your trusty springform pan with global flavors, but this all-in-one dinner will take you across borders. Spiked with curry powder and cayenne pepper, fluffy couscous and turkey breast make a cozy filling for packaged piecrust.
For a glorious new way to eat mac and cheese, look no further than your springform pan. An artful apple garnish is a novel idea, too.
You don't mess with a good thing, and this recipe is a cheesecake purist's dream. A graham cracker crust and sky-high cream cheese topping are all you need.
What lies beneath that blanket of flaky crust? Oh, just artichoke hearts, roasted red peppers, ricotta cheese, basil pesto, and salami, each in their own delectable layer.
Gone are the days of fussy drop-and-bake cookies. This toasty dessert can be cooked as one giant cookie in your springform pan then cut into snack-size slices. Dip the edges of the crispy coconut-oat wedges in sprinkles if you're feeling fancy.
Part cinnamon-swirl bread pudding, part ham-and-cheese quiche, this breakfast hybrid has it all. But wait, there's more! Crispy bacon and fresh berries finish the morning mashup. And you can thank the tall walls of your springform pan for that gravity-defying bread crumb crust.
Chocolate-hazelnut spread solves everything. Try gianduja, a sweet chocolate laced with hazelnut paste, in this sinfully sweet mousse dessert.
This springform torte's cheesy spinach, mushroom, and artichoke filling is just as delicious as its fancy exterior. The tall edges of your springform pan keep the crust's potatoes standing at attention.
Snickerdoodle fanatics, this one's for you. Turn the classic chewy cookie into a dense and delicious cheesecake with the help of a shortbread crust and cinnamon-sugar filling. The springform pan is perfect for the delicate confection as its sides easily detach for a ready-to-serve treat.
Skip the campfire -- s'mores taste just as satisfying when stacked into a towering ice cream cake. A quick pop in the oven before serving guarantees perfectly golden marshmallows.
Become the host with the most when you serve up this sweet citrus tart. Crystallized ginger flavors the homemade crust, while kumquat and orange slices create the dessert's pretty topper.
Our modern interpretation of gingerbread will make you forget all about its holiday ties. Canned pumpkin keeps the bread super moist, but the real standout is its other-worldly sherry-cream cheese frosting.
For those nights when assembling tacos by hand seems like far too much work, pile all your favorite Mexican ingredients into a springform pan. Flour tortillas separate layers of meat, cheese, corn, and beans in the creative casserole remix.
Impress friends and family with a flaky European pastry so sophisticated they'll never guess it was made in a springform pan. Caramel and vanilla glazes coat the worldly masterpiece, which is made with common pantry ingredients and a dash of lemon peel.
Hidden under a thick crust of flaky, hot roll mix waits a savory blend of sausage, veggies, and stringy mozzarella cheese. Shh, we won't tell pizza you've moved on if you don't.
Enjoy all the authentic flavor of a malt-shop milkshake in one colorful ice cream cake. Blend malted milk powder into fresh strawberry ice cream, then stack the cool treat onto crushed ice cream cones before decorating with your favorite candy toppings.
Springform pans can make or break a beautiful torte, cheesecake, or tart. Use these helpful tips to ensure success:
1. Double-check that the sides fit securely in the shallow lip on the bottom of your pan before you begin assembling your recipe.
2. Allow food to cool before removing the sides to prevent the dish from collapsing.
3. Before removing the sides of your pan, carefully run a knife around the edge of the cooked food.
4. When purchasing a springform pan, look for one made with heavy-gauge steel; avoid those made with thin aluminum or tin that can easily warp in a hot oven.