Please note that all of the tips we offer are based on testing we have done with Breads From Anna mixes. If you are using another recipe please contact the company for the brand of mix or cookbook author to get help resolving any issues you may be having.
When baking Breads From Anna® in a silicon pan this may yield a loaf with a slightly crisper crust than a stadard metal pan. The soft nature of the silicon allows the sides of the pan to move as the batter expands. The resulting loaves don't rise as high as they otherwise might and are "chubbier" in appearance. The sides of the loaf may also bake a little irregularly.
Aluminum loaf pans are not recommended.
When using a convesction oven, bake at 325-350 degrees. If your oven has a pulse setting, this is best.
Always use large eggs. If the large eggs appear small and the whole egg and two eggs whites do not equal 2/3 to ¾ cup, either add an extra egg white or use jumbo eggs.