25 Best Spring Pan Recipes That Go Beyond Cake

25 Best Spring Pan Recipes That Go Beyond Cake
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I know you expect cheesecakes and other sweet treats on this list of springform pan recipes. And you are absolutely right!

But I have a few here that may surprise you.

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Springform pans are every baker’s secret weapon.

Unlike other bakeware, the bottom is removable, so you can easily lift out delicate bakes such as cheesecakes without ruining them.

With that in mind, I have plenty of delicious cheesecake recipes for you to choose from.

But as promised, there are a few that you don’t expect.

For example, did you think you’d see lasagna on a list of springform pan recipes? Tip: you are about to!

25 easy recipes for your springform pan (sweet and savory)

That 6-inch springform pan isn’t getting a lot of love, is it?

So why not put that much-neglected pan to work with this New York-style 6-inch cheesecake?

I know what you’re thinking: six inches isn’t enough cheesecake. But less is more when it comes to this decadent, velvety delight.

And the simple vanilla base is also the perfect blank canvas for toppings. So go wild with fruit, chocolate and more!

When the weather finally shifts to “sweater weather,” it’s time to break out the fall bins.

And nothing is more fall-worthy than this classic French apple pie.

The batter is wonderfully lumpy thanks to the baking apple pieces (Granny Smith is a good choice).

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When baked golden brown, it is best served warm with a scoop of creamy vanilla ice cream.

No one can resist the siren call of this no-bake Oreo cheesecake.

Creamy, sweet and brimming with cookies and creamy deliciousness, it’s a real crowd pleaser.

And it’s also super fun to make. I mean, who doesn’t love smashing Oreo cookies with a rolling pin?

Since this is a no-bake, it is ideal for summer and novice bakers.

Here’s the first recipe that might surprise you.

But if you think about it, the springform pan is perfect for deep pizzas, as it has a lot of dough and even more fillings.

Using a springform pan makes serving this classic Chicago-style pizza even effortless.

The crust bakes perfectly in the oven, and since you can simply remove the bottom, you don’t have to try to lift a hot pie from the pan.

No more burnt fingers or scratched pans, thank you!

I have a soft spot for those frozen Sara Lee cheesecakes. They are super easy and the perfect vehicle for all my favorite cheesecake toppings.

But don’t let the short ingredient list fool you into thinking this cheesecake is easy.

With a buttery Graham Cracker crust and delicious vanilla filling, this is the cheesecake to finish all cheesecakes.

Top it with blueberries, chocolate, caramel or even peanut butter. You really can’t go wrong.

Calling all peanut butter lovers! This luscious and creamy cheesecake is a nutty beauty.

Dripping with peanut butter, this one is nothing short of magical.

Seriously, it’s enough to make you swoon between the rich peanut butter base, peanut butter cup pieces, and peanut butter drizzle.

How nice does this Tex-Mex cake look?

It is a kind of lasagna, because you layer the ingredients and bake the dish as a whole.

But this one contains tortillas, corn, black beans, and cheese instead of noodles and meat sauce.

Go ahead and add egg whites if you like. For example, taco meat or shredded chicken, or pork.

Anyway, don’t be shy with the cheese and jalapeos.

The Cheesecake Factory is known for its extra-long menu and over-the-top incredible cheesecakes.

And this banana cream cheesecake is my all-time favorite!

So skip the lines and make this Cheesecake Factory copycat at home. It’s just as good, but half the price!

It’s time for that lasagna! And you have to admit, it looks pretty delicious, doesn’t it?

This dish is not only a cinch to make, but thanks to the Instant Pot it is also ready in no time.

Believe it or not, this simple appliance will cut the cooking time in half. And it even cooks the noodles!

So while traditional lasagna takes about 45-60 minutes in the oven, this super easy recipe only takes 25. Perfect for busy bees!

With one simple ingredient change, this Eagle Brand cheesecake is unlike any other.

To be crazy moist and impossibly creamy.

What’s the secret? Eagle Brand Sweetened Condensed Milk.

You can thank me later.

This classic quiche Lorraine looks like a fancy savory pie straight from the Great British Bake-off.

It packs rich breakfast favorites like eggs, bacon, onion, and cheese in a quick, short-crust dough.

Be warned: This recipe is so good that Paul Hollywood might knock on your door looking for a handshake.

You could spend a beautiful fall day waiting for a slice of pumpkin cheesecake at the Cheesecake Factory.

Or you can make it yourself at home.

With a buttery crust and bone-warming fall ingredients like pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and allspice, it’s the perfect fall treat!

Step aside, lemon bars. This easy Meyer lemon pie is the ultimate summer dessert.

It’s bright, sweet, tart, and looks way more impressive than your grandma’s lemon bars (sorry, grandma).

Meyer lemons are a must for this because they are subtly sweet and go so well with honey.

Garnish with powdered sugar for a lofty look that’s sure to please at your next summer barbecue.

Craving something rich, chocolatey and insanely indulgent? You can’t beat this white chocolate truffle cheesecake!

White chocolate is much sweeter than milk or dark, and it is wonderfully creamy. It goes well with cream cheese, sour cream and vanilla.

This is a must-make, from the sugar cookie crust to the silky smooth filling.

Okay, okay, this is for the dark chocolate lovers! And yes, it is as rich, decadent and impossibly creamy as it looks.

The crust is chocolatey and the filling is chocolatey, so every bite is quite spicy.

The secret to making this cheesecake even more chocolatey is the addition of brewed coffee.

It’s part cobbler, part cheesecake and 100% delicious.

The cornmeal cake is not your average summer sponge. With cornmeal, mascarpone cheese, and butter, it’s beyond rich and smooth.

Before it makes it to the oven, pile fresh strawberries on top and finish with a hearty balsamic reduction. Wow!

This Bavarian apple pie takes everything you love about fall and combines it into one tasty dessert.

Everything, down to the raspberry jam crust, is packed with bright flavors.

It contains a creamy vanilla filling, fresh apples, cinnamon and crunchy almonds.

For an extra pop, dust your delicious creation with lots of powdered sugar!

Coffee cake remains one of my all-time favorite treats because no one is keeping an eye on you when you have this dessert for breakfast!

Using a springform pan, you can layer the sour cream cake batter and streusel and then take out the finished cake without breaking it in half.

Finished off with a sugary vanilla icing, you’ll want a second piece.

Looking for a fantastic no-bake dessert for your next party? How about this fun grasshopper cake?

From the crème de menthe to the Oreo crust, it’s a mint chocolate dream.

This gluten-free ice cream cake will be a great success this summer. Plus, it’s a great way to get the most out of your springform pan!

Because let’s face it, these things are a nightmare to get out of regular pans.

Better yet, this one calls for store-bought ice cream. So you only need to warm it up a bit and then spread it on a biscuit base.

Layer in some fudge or caramel, and dig in!

Fudgie the whale, who?

Forget the vanilla and chocolate recipes you usually make. This lemon cheesecake is the nothing but recipe you need this summer.

It features bright lemony flavors in a creamy cheesecake base with a simple Graham Cracker crust.

Topped with clear and tangy lemon curd, this is one you’ll crave again and again.

I love banana split! They are so fun, colorful and tasty, I could eat the whole thing myself!

This one is of course a little different.

It contains ready-to-use components such as ice cream sandwiches and store-bought strawberry ice cream.

So you just need to collect and let the compliments pour in. It’s a genius way to feed a crowd!

When I want to eat healthy but refuse to give up dessert, it’s angel food cake to the rescue!

While it’s not exactly a summer salad, it’s healthy – and definitely better than a big old brownie piece!

This super simple cake is the perfect combination for ripe strawberries and a dollop of whipped cream. But you can add any fun toppings you like.

Full disclosure: This rigatoni pie takes a little longer to make than your average pasta dish.

But you can’t deny that it looks impressive!

Between the tender pasta, spicy ricotta filling, meat sauce and mozzarella cheese, it’s American-Italian food at its best!

This layered vegetable pie is a dinner masterpiece. And it’s a great way to impress while remaining vegetarian-friendly.

It features perfectly layered savory vegetables in a flaky crust tied together with cheese.

Including pumpkin, cauliflower, broccoli and kale, no one will go to bed hungry!

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