How long should I cook my brownies in a glass pan?
If using a glass baking pan, reduce the oven temperature to preheat at 325°F and bake for longer – likely around 32 minutes, but you’ll need to keep a close eye on them depending on your oven. See the post body above for more information about making these in a glass pan.
What is the best dish to cook brownies in?
For classic brownies, we like to use a metal baking pan instead of a glass or ceramic one. Metal will cook evenly, prevent over-browning, and yield straight edges. Since you’re going to butter your baking dish, nonstick isn’t necessary, either.
Is it better to bake brownies in a metal or glass pan?
Metal pans tend to produce a chewier brownie. It heats up quickly, so they need closer monitoring to prevent over-baking. On the other hand, glass pans provide better heat distribution, leading to more evenly-baked brownies.
Do I need to grease a glass pan for brownies?
Glass or dark-colored pans can cause the edges to overbake or even burn. Always grease the pan thoroughly with shortening, softened butter, or cooking spray. (Do this even if the recipe doesn’t specify.)
Why did my Pyrex dish explode?
When a Pyrex bowl is heated or cooled rapidly, different parts of the bowl expand or contract by different amounts, causing stress. If the stress is too extreme, the bowl’s structure will fail, causing a spectacular shattering effect.
Can you bake Pyrex at 400 degrees?
Pyrex can go in a 400-degree oven, provided it’s an oven-safe dish and you’ve taken certain precautions to minimize the chance that thermal shock occurs.