How to Bake a Cake in a Pampered Chef Stone

Baking a cake in a Pampered Chef stone is not much different than baking a cake in any other piece of bakeware, but the stone distributes the heat, allowing the cake to bake evenly. Over time, the stone becomes seasoned and develops a dark, nonstick coating that eliminates the need to cover the surface of the bake stone with oils or butter. Bake your favorite recipes in a Pamper Chef Stone for more even cooking.

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Step 1

Heat your oven to the temperature noted on your cake recipe or prepackaged mix.

Step 2

Mix your cake batter according to the directions on the packaging or by following your favorite cake recipe.

Step 3

Lightly brush your rectangular Pampered Chef baking stone with cooking oil if using for the first time. If you have an older Pampered Chef stone, it is not necessary to coat the inside of the baking stone. Do not spray the stone with nonstick cooking spray.

Step 4

Bake the cake in the oven for the time specified by the cake recipe or the prepackaged mix.

Step 5

Remove the cake from the oven and allow it to cool. Ice, serve and store directly from your Pampered Chef stoneware.


Do not use dishwashing detergent on your Pampered Chef stoneware as soap removes the natural seasoning from the stone.

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