Love Brownie Edges? You’ve Got To Try This Pan!

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brownie in Baker's Edge pan with candy toppings

This baking pan from Amazon will ensure that everyone gets a brownie from the edge!

While some folks like the chewy, gooey center square from a pan of brownies, others would argue that the edge of a brownie is the very best part. Some families gather around the oven for a battle over the crispy, crusty edges every time a pan of brownies comes out. It’s a serious problem! 😉

hand holding Baker's Edge brownie pan

If it seems like there are never enough brownie edges to go around in your family, let us introduce you to the Baker’s Edge Nonstick Brownie Pan!

This pan’s unique design ensures that every brownie in your batch comes out with at least two edges, restoring peace in the homes of hungry edge-lovers everywhere! 🙌

black spatula next to brownie pan

Made in the USA with heavy-gauge cast aluminum construction, this highly-rated pan comes with a durable nonstick coating, a perfectly-sized nylon spatula for extracting your brownies (genius!), and yummy recipes for you to try in your edgy new brownie pan.

brownie batter in Baker's Edge Brownie Pan

The Baker’s Edge Nonstick Brownie Pan is made to fit standard boxed brownie mixes with no adjustments necessary. It will also work with most recipes for homemade brownies, too!

We tested this pan using the Betty Crocker Fudge Brownie Mix, and the batter filled the pan perfectly and baked up really well.

brownies baked in Baker's Edge Brownie Pan

This brownie pan is really simple to use and easy to clean. Like other non-stick pans, hand-washing is recommended to preserve the life of the coating, and we found that it cleans up really easily, even by hand!

unicorn brownies in Bakers Edge Pan

In addition to evenly baking your brownies all the way through the pan, one unexpected benefit of this pan’s interior “walls” is that they make it really easy to divide your toppings and keep them kind of separated from each other.

Using this pan, you could give each member of your family a “row” of brownies to decorate in their own way, keeping all their toppings relatively separate. How fun!?

spatula holding brownie topped with blue hearts

The only challenge we encountered with the otherwise brilliant brownie pan was pouring the batter into it without making a mess of the pan’s edges. This can feel a bit like winding your way through a chocolatey maze the first time around, but it does get easier with a little patience and some practice! For brownie edge-lovers, the results are SO worth it.

hand holding recipe book from Baker's Edge Brownie Pan

Besides being a fun addition to your own kitchen, the Baker’s Edge Nonstick Brownie Pan would make a great gift for any baking enthusiast who likes to live on the edge (of their brownie pan, that is)!

At $36.95, you’ll definitely pay more than you would for a standard baking pan, but you’ll get endless access to all the joys of crusty brownies. You’ll also achieve hero status with all the brownie edge-lovers in your life, so that’s money well-spent in our book! 🙌

And no, this is not a sponsored post, just a recommendation from many team members who love this pan! 

You’ll never guess that these Easy Almond Joy Brownies start with a boxed mix!

About the writer:

Jenna has a Bachelor's Degree from Lycoming College and her Master's from Penn State, holding 4 years of writing experience between a variety of publications and Hip2Save.

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Comments 32

  1. Kari

    I had this and ended up getting rid of it after a few years as it was collecting dust. I found it didn’t do the edges like you get in a traditional pan and that is what I wanted 🙂

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh darn! Thanks for sharing your experience, Kari. Sorry to hear the edges didn’t bake up as expected.

  2. Melody Ann

    Oh these are my FAVORITE! I make gluten free brownies with lots of dairy-free chocolate chips and ALL kids go nuts for them, gluten free or not! I love the edges it makes and no one argues over what piece anymore! Worth the price to me. I’ve even given them to friends.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      YUM! SO glad this has been a hit with your brownies, Melody! 🙌

  3. Karen

    LOVE this pan! Easy to use, brownies don’t stick and at least two edges on every brownie. I always take one of the brownies with three edges! Highly recommend!

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      That’s the one I would want too, Karen! Thanks for he recommendation!

  4. C

    Am I the only one who doesn’t like edges? I want the one directly in the center of the pan with no edges. Same with pizza. I cut in squares to get a middle unless it’s take out. I’ll give all my edges away to all of you! lol

    • K

      Right?? How do we get a brownie pan that makes all edgeless brownies? Lol

      • Jennifer Lisa

        Make them in a pressure cooker! That way they’re all like the center piece.

    • frecklelily

      SAME! I save the edges for my kids and I get the middle!

    • Amy

      Hate the edges! My favorite is when I find someone who loves the edges so they won’t take the good ones in the middle 😂

      • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

        Me, too! Middles all day, Amy!

    • lynnleco

      Agreed!!! I love soft, chewy centers.

    • Jen

      I’m right there with you! Our family fights over who *HAS* to eat the edges. Been known to trim them off and trash ’em!

    • Gaby

      I am there with you!! I love the middle part, but I lucky enough to be married to someone that likes edges and I like the middle, so a regular pan works for us lol

    • mrswagley

      Me! I would cut it right out of the center if it wasn’t an awful thing to do. Lol

    • mrswagley

      I love the center too! Not a fan of edges. Apparently there are people who throw away the very center of cinnamon rolls as well. This thought makes me want to cry.

      • FroggyHop5

        That should be illegal!!! 😂

  5. tipaye

    At $40, this is a hard pass for me, but looks interesting!

  6. mckeeversmom

    If you do like edges, Pampered Chef has a brownie pan (just do a search on their website) and it makes delicious brownies in squares. I’ve also made banana bread in the pan as a way to try to limit myself to just one piece! The PC pan is non-stick and (at least I find) it is very easy to clean. It’s about the size of a cookie sheet and I store it with my baking pans. Oh! And I don’t sell Pampered Chef nor do I know anyone who does!

  7. *Angela-Miles*

    💜 the edge pieces!! Crispy corners unite LoL 😆. I dont have this pan, but I have something similar I got for $20 at bed bath and beyond a couple years ago. It’s a crispy corners brownie pan and each piece comes out with some edge to it.
    (Also Michaels has some pans that are similar and you could probably use a coupon on them).

  8. Shelly

    I used to think I didn’t like edges, but eventually realized what I loved about brownies was the chewiness of the edge pieces. NOT crispy or crunchy as when they’re overcooked, though. We bought this pan used for less $ and we love it. It’s a great combo with the Ghirardelli mix at Costco.

    • akajulz

      Exactly! That is what I was going to say but you beat me to it. Crunchy is overbaked!

  9. akajulz
    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Oh cool! Thanks so much for the helpful suggestion!

  10. Diana

    Love this pan! Though I’ve had to always reduce the recommended time by 5-10 minutes when I use this pan, otherwise the brownies are a little too hard for my taste.

  11. evelynlo96

    Wonder if you can use it to make lasagna.

      • evelynlo96

        Cool, thanks! Lasagna crispy edges. Yum.

    • Mima

      Brilliant idea!

  12. Sherry Ann

    I grabbed one of these! What a great deal with the promo and I always love supporting small businesses!

  13. lori

    I use this to make cornbread. Amazing.

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