Jiffy-Foil Giant Lasagna Pans
Jiffy-Foil Lasagna Pan
These pans are fantastic! I use them all the time. They are great for making meals for yourself or for someone else. You can drop off a meal to someone and don't have to worry about getting the pan back. They are super for picnics too. Fill the pan with some water - take a pan that's a little bit smaller and place it inside the larger one. Place both pans in the freezer and then take a few of your frozen items and place in the smaller pan (this will keep the smaller one in place while it freezes). When the water freezes you can put your potato salad or macaroni salad in the smaller pan and it will stay cold the entire picnic.
June 16, 2014
I can't tell you how much I love this size of pan. I have found many uses for it. It is just the right size for my Christmas Lasagna. I use this pan for my mac. and cheese also. It also makes a great pan to have in oven with water so cheese cake won't crack. I love it for cook out's. It will hold all your meats. When the meat is done cooking just put it in the pan and set it at a cool part of grill. it will help to keep meat warm while you are taking care of other things. I use this pan in the house also. It works to put your Christmas tree stand in, to catch spills while watering. I use them also to keep special dishes. Just pack dishes in and cover with foil, then take out next time you need them. They will be as clean as they were when you packed them.
June 9, 2014
Help you concentrate on the more important things.
I was so glad they have these pans and at such a good price. We have used them many times this year. Its nice to be able to help out other families with out giving them the added burden of trying to remember who's pan they have to return.And I don't have to worry so I can concentrate on cooking.
August 6, 2013
These foil lasagna pans are so versatile, and they are one of the best values in the store. They are great to use when cooking out, especially because it doesn't "hurt" financially to throw them away when they are dirty and greasy.
August 6, 2013