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Wilton Perfect Results Premium Non-Stick Bakeware Pizza Pan for Oven, 14-Inch Steel Pan

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  • READY, SET, BAKE: It’s pizza night at your house with a homemade or a store-bought pie and this Wilton 14-inch non-stick round pizza pan!
  • DURABILITY: The Wilton round pizza pan is made up of durable steel that bakes pizzas evenly and resists warping
  • NON- STICK: Durable premium non-stick coating on our pizza pan allows your pizza to slide or pop out easily, making cleanup almost effortless. Non-stick bakeware sets are a must-have for busy cooks.
  • CARE INSTRUCTIONS: This Wilton pizza pan is dishwasher safe; however for best results, wash in warm, soapy water before first and after each use
  • INCLUDES: 1 pizza pan, dimensions: 14 in. dia. X 0.5 in. (23.5 cm dia. x 1.27 cm). Limited 10 year warranty

Specification: Wilton Perfect Results Premium Non-Stick Bakeware Pizza Pan for Oven, 14-Inch Steel Pan


Alloy Steel






Special Feature

Dishwasher Safe, Oven-safe

Product Dimensions

14.1 x 0.36 x 14.1 inches


14 Inches

Specific Uses For Product

Dishwasher safe, Oven-safe


Birthday, Christmas, Valentine's Day, Wedding

Included Components


Product Care Instructions

Dishwasher Safe

Number of Pieces


Item Weight

0.01 ounces

Is Dishwasher Safe



Item model number


Date First Available

2016, December 16

10 reviews for Wilton Perfect Results Premium Non-Stick Bakeware Pizza Pan for Oven, 14-Inch Steel Pan

4.7 out of 5
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  1. Yesenia De Leon

    Ok product

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  2. Laurie Switzer

    I like that it is the nonstick.

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  3. T Xu

    The product is scratch resistant, and very easy to clean. The one drawback, which may also double as an advantage in some situations, is that it does not retain heat very well. To make a traditional napolitan pizza, the pan or the cooking surface needs to be very hot, and this pan does not heat up very well in the oven. On the other hand, after you take the pan out of the oven, it’s not very hot, and so it’s less easy to burn your hands.

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  4. Nancyk:)

    Nonstick. Nice size. Just a really nice pizza pan.

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  5. getitdone3

    Works well for pizza. The breading won’t stick but if something drips off (like cheeze, pasta sauce)while cooking or taking it out of the oven it will burn to the surface even if I use cooking oil. Then its hard to clean off.

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  6. Jocelyn Moreno

    EL material es de buena calidad, es de muy buen tamaño, aprox como del tamaño de una pizza grande de dominos o algo así, yo la compre para calentar las pizzas de caja de kirkland (las que venden congeladas y quedo perfecta.
    El tamaño me gusto y el precio es justo por la calidad.

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  7. Ronald Mesia

    Great for pizza, and anything to bake in the oven.

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  8. Darryl Green

    Wow. This pan is great. I have tried to make home made pizza on several different sheet pans and even my pizza stone. The dough always sticks. I tried this pan tonight and it slid right off. Great product.

    UPDATE: I used this pan three times. As with all nonstick cookware, it worked fine the first and second time. The third time the dough stuck to the pan. No happy with this product and sorry I gave it five stars to begin with.

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  9. Replicant


    This multi-purpose pizza pan/ baking tray is a manageable size, has a good non-stick coating, and is great at conducting heat. If anything, it is almost too good at conducting, because I found that I had to reduce my cooking times for thin or delicate items, otherwise they burned, as compared to the same items cooking on a regular baking pan or cookie sheet.

    In the photos, you can see a simple (and ugly) potato galette I made, consisting of thinly sliced potatoes, leeks/ green onions. (it’s a mini 9 inch version that I made in a big hurry, so my apologies for the asymmetry and unphotogenic nature!). This pizza pan was so good at conducting heat that the bottom layer of potato slices practically burned in about 2/3 of the normal cooking time. Good thing I checked, or I’d have been left with a pile of potato chips!

    The pan is so slick that you do have to worry about your food sliding off as you remove it from the oven. If you move too quickly, you will absolutely hurl your food off the pan like a frisbee. The lip around the edge is so small as to be nonexistent. You should think of this as a completely flat, rimless platter. I did have to use it as a serving plate, and it seemed to hold up to the use of cutting utensils fine. Long term use of pizza cutters, etc might start to degrade the coating though.

    The only drawback is that it does become slightly floppier when hot. When it is room temperature, it is a completely rigid circle. But when it comes out of the oven, you can feel it flexing and bending. That’s not a huge problem or anything, but be prepared otherwise it will be even more likely that you’ll hurl your food off the tray when it comes out of the oven.
    UPDATE: May 2019

    I wanted to make a point of coming back to this review after a month, because my suspicions about the durability issue
    were confirmed. After a month of consistent use, the non-stick coating has numerous scratches. The surface still releases hot foods okay ( such as pizza crusts, chicken wings, etc) but you can plainly see that it does not handle cutting utensils well. For the record, it’s not as if I was actually doing a lot of cutting and scraping—I was forced to use it as a serving tray on only 2 occasions, but that was apparently enough to mar the surface.

    Also, if anyone cares, where the “lip” rolls beneath the underside of the tray has started to develop the beginnings of rust spots. This was after being in the dishwasher a few times, but certainly not sitting in water or steam any longer than necessary.

    On the other hand, it was an $8 purchase, so I suppose it’s not surprising that the surface would become easily scratched or rusted

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