Whether you're a professional or an amateur baker or pâtisserie enthusiast, having the right equipment in your kitchen is essential. From baking pastries to casseroles, take a look at our selection of different bakeware from the biggest brands in Singapore. Read more about different types of bakeware below.


Different Types of Bakeware that you Should have in your Kitchen

Baking is both an art and a science. It allows you to express your creative side through decorating your creations while calculating your ingredients accurately to get the right proportions. It takes a lot of skill, imagination, and determination to create equally tasty and beautiful masterpiece cakes and pastries. Helping many pastry chefs and house-makers with their creations, different bakeware sets are used to achieve such mastery. Here are different types of bakeware that you should have in your kitchen:

Ovenware Essentials

Type of Bakeware

Ideal for


Baking Sheet

Biscuits, cookies, roasting meat, potatoes and other vegetables

To put it simply, baking sheets are metal sheets created for toasting and baking small treats like cookies and biscuits, and even meat and vegetables.

Baking Pans

Lassagna, and other baked pasta

Either round or rectangular, baking pans provide shape and functions as a container while in the oven.

Cake Tin


Like baking pans, cake tins provide shape to your pastry to hold your batter in the oven.

Spring-form Pan

Delicate and crumbly cakes

A springform pan is a type of cake tin with a spring hinge on the side and a removable base to easily remove your pastry without damaging it.

Tart Pan

Tarts and quiche

Either round, rectangular, or square, tart pans are like small cake tins created for smaller pastries such as tarts.

Specialty Pans

Type of Bakeware

Ideal for


Pizza Stone

Pizza and free-form bread

Made from clay, stone, slate, and even concrete, pizza stones can withstand intense heat in order to cook pizza and everything on top.

Broiling Pan

Roasting and broiling meat and vegetables

Broiling pans are made up of two parts: the removable top with holes and the base for catching fat and other liquids.

Souffle Dish

Pudding, gratins, and souffles

Like small bowls, souffle dish can be are made from porcelain-enamelled cast iron, and stoneware. From the oven to the dining table, souffle dish is perfect.

Terrine Mould


Thanks to its loaf-like shape, you can instantly create meat loaves and terrine which is layered meat with vegetables.

Timbale Mould

Timbale, shaping food

A timbale mould is a type of mould that can come in a variety of shapes and sizes depending on the recipe of your dish.

Loaf Tin

Terrine, loaf bread, and meat loaves

Like a terrine mould, a loaf tin also has a distinct rectangular shape which is great for creating meat and bread loaves.

Pie Pan


What makes this bakeware different from standard cake or baking tins is its shape. Pie pans have angled sides, providing pies with its signature shape.

If you want to be more successful in baking your favorite pastries or casseroles, make sure that you have these baking essentials in your kitchen!