Cheesecake, please. I’m drooling just thinking about it. In my view, cheesecake is one of the most delicious and elegant desserts out today.
Regrettably, they may be a bit difficult. It only becomes more difficult when you don’t have a springform pan to make the cheesecake.
Is a springform pan required for cheesecake? No. While they make the task much simpler (and you might consider purchasing one in the future), they are not required. Almost any other pan will work, but a 913 round pan, pie pan, or disposable tin foil pan works best.
Hello! My name is Shea, and my family and I like cheesecake. Having said that, we prepare cheesecake on a regular basis. Although I have a springform pan at home, I’ve had to figure out how to prepare cheesecakes at my mother’s place without one. Surprisingly, it’s not that difficult!
Let’s talk about making cheesecake without a springform pan.
- How to Make Cheesecake Without a Springform Pan
- Final Words
- What can I use if I don t have a springform pan for cheesecake?
- Can you make a cheesecake without a spring form pan?
- Why do you have to cook a cheesecake in a springform pan?
- How do you cook without a springform pan?
- Should I use parchment paper in a springform pan for cheesecake?
- What happens if you don’t have a springform pan?
- Do I have to do a water bath for cheesecake?
- Do you put cheesecake in fridge right after baking?
How to Make Cheesecake Without a Springform Pan
Cheesecake may be difficult to create, so if you don’t have the right pan, you might want to skip the recipe.
While a springform pan will make cheesecake baking much easier, you are not required to use one. Any other pan will work perfectly.
But, you may need to modify the baking time. For example, a shallower pan will bake quicker, reducing total baking time, but a deeper pan may bake slower and need more baking time.
So, what are the springform pan alternatives?
1. Round Cake Pan
You can’t go wrong with any sort of circular pan if you want to keep the classic aesthetic of a cheesecake. But, 913 circular pans are usually the best option since you won’t have to fiddle with baking times as much.
When using this sort of pan, line it with parchment paper before baking. That way, instead of wriggling and jiggling the cheesecake out of the pan, you can just lift it out. This reduces the possibility of nix, cracks, and other undesired occurrences.
2. Tart Pan
The nicest part about utilizing a tart pan as a springform pan substitute is that they are almost identical. Each features a detachable bottom, allowing you to easily remove your cheesecake.
The ornamental liner of the tart pan is the only possible concern. Some people may like the innovative aesthetic, while others may not. To get a traditional, clean-cut cheesecake appearance, line the edges with tinfoil to conceal the design.
3. Pie Pan
You can still use your handy pie plate if you’re a pie enthusiast who’s chosen to try cheesecake for a change. But bear in mind that pie pans are significantly shallower than other pans, therefore the baking time will need to be adjusted.
Most pie pans have a decorative liner. Again, you may add flair to your cheesecake or cover it with tinfoil. In any case, line your pie pan with parchment paper to make it easier to remove the cheesecake.
4. Muffin/Cupcake Pan
Do you like small delights as much as I do? There’s something so charming and practical about portable treats, and sure, you can make little cheesecakes in a muffin pan.
5. Silicone Pan
Regardless of the sort of food you’re creating, silicone pans are simple to bake with (yes, silicone can go in the oven!). They’re particularly good for cheesecakes since their flexible shell makes it easier to remove the cheesecake.
Although silicone pans may be used for cooked cheesecake, they work best with no-bake cheesecake recipes. Don’t worry, no-bake cheesecakes are really easy and may be easier to make than the cooked variety. If you haven’t already, give them a go!
6. Disposable Aluminum Foil Pan
Disposable cake pans are the greatest alternative for preparing a cheesecake without a springform pan. The advantage of using aluminum foil is that you can clip the sides off, revealing your picture-perfect cheesecake ready for slicing.
Don’t want to spend money on aluminum foil cake pans? You can create your own if you have some aluminum foil on hand. Just line a conventional cake pan snugly with aluminum foil, then take it out and use it as a makeshift aluminum foil cake pan. Voila!
After the cheesecake has finished baking in the Homemade pan, simply roll the sides down and remove the cheesecake, or serve it on top of the leftover aluminum foil. Talk about simple peasy (by the way, I adore lemon cheesecake!).
Springform pans are quite useful for cheesecakes, but they are not required, and you now know how to create cheesecake without one! Here are some additional questions you may be interested in knowing the answers to.
Can you bake a cheesecake in a regular cake pan?
Definitely! Just be sure to keep the pan’s size and depth in mind. Shallow cake pans will take less time, while deeper pans may require more. The 913 cake pan is your best bet. Line with parchment paper to make cleanup easier.
How do you remove a cheesecake from a non-springform pan?
The easiest method to remove a non-springform pan cheesecake is to line it with parchment paper before baking and carefully lift it out. If you forget the parchment paper, wriggle it out with a flexible spatula, being careful not to break it.
Can you use a glass pan for cheesecake?
A glass pan may be used for cheesecake, however the oven temperature should be reduced by 25F. Otherwise, the cheesecake will burn.
A springform pan is ideal for cheesecakes, although they may also be made without one. A circular pan lined with parchment paper is the finest choice. Tart pans and disposable aluminum cake pans are also good options.
How do you prepare a cheesecake in the absence of a springform pan? Share your thoughts in the comments section!
What can I use if I don t have a springform pan for cheesecake?
As an alternative for a springform pan, any cake pan or pie plate of comparable size will suffice. In addition, covering the pan with foil or parchment paper before baking will make it easier to carefully remove the cake out when it’s done. (Leave a piece of foil or paper hanging out of the pan to make lifting easier.)
Can you make a cheesecake without a spring form pan?
Is it possible to create a cheesecake without a springform pan? While cheesecake is traditionally cooked in a springform pan, it may be made in any dish. When using various dishes, be careful to modify the cooking time. Shallow dishes need less baking time, whereas deeper dishes require longer baking time.
Why do you have to cook a cheesecake in a springform pan?
Cheesecakes are traditionally made in a springform pan. One major explanation is that the texture is more custard-like than cake-like. When cooked in a springform pan, the cheesecake will be simpler to remove from the pan before cutting.
How do you cook without a springform pan?
If you don’t have a springform pan, Wenk recommends using a standard baking pan that’s the same size as the springform pan called for in the recipe and lining it with paper strips.
Should I use parchment paper in a springform pan for cheesecake?
You may also lay the bottom with parchment paper for more nonstick protection (not waxed paper). If you don’t want to risk damaging the nonstick surface while cutting a piece, the parchment will also assist you remove the cake from the base.
What happens if you don’t have a springform pan?
Although ardent bakers will want to have a springform pan on hand, Wenk adds that if you don’t have one, just use the same size as a conventional baking pan and serve the cooked dish straight from the pan. There’s no need to risk damaging a delicate dessert by removing it from its pan.
Do I have to do a water bath for cheesecake?
You can prepare a cheesecake without using a standard water bath. The conventional water bath offers two elements: a steamy, humid oven atmosphere that keeps your cheesecake from drying out on top and insulation that protects the cheesecake from temperature variations.
Do you put cheesecake in fridge right after baking?
Creamy meals containing eggs and milk, such as pumpkin pie, custard pie, and cheesecake, must be cooked to a safe internal temperature of 150oF to 160oF first. After baking, they must be chilled and cooled to room temperature (approximately 1 hour) to set.