Bake Bread in Juice Cans

When baking bread, I use the 48 oz juice cans, sprayed with cooking spray. Knead dough and put a ball of dough in the can filling it about 1/3 full. I bake 8 loaves at a time, and they all fit nicely in the oven. Bake as usual. Let cool for 10 minutes, and the bread will shake out easily.


Source: Just a need to bake the whole batch at one time.

By gollyg from Spruce View, Alberta, Canada

June 24, 20090 found this helpful

What a great idea! I will use this for Christmas bread.

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June 25, 20090 found this helpful

Filling the cans 1/3 full, how many loaves will you get from a 2 loaf recipe? 4?5? more? A usual loaf gives me 10 slices. How about these? Thanks for your help and time.

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June 26, 20090 found this helpful

Most of the juice cans I have purchased are cardboard. Does this pose a fire hazard? Otherwise, this is a great idea. I've heard of this before only using coffee cans.

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July 15, 20090 found this helpful

This reminds me of Laurel's Kitchen!

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February 16, 20100 found this helpful

Chef4U, I think this is the can; metal all the way through. Great idea, as I was thinking of buying one of those old Pyrex baking tubes. This is much more thrifty. Thanks. :)

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