While springform pans are super helpful, they aren’t essential for making cheesecake. Cheesecakes come in many variations, and many of them can be “no-bake” or require minimal pastry chef skills. Find out how you can make one today minus the springform pan.
A springform pan is basically a baking dish with removable sides and a base. The construction style of this pan is called a springform. When the pan’s base is aligned with a groove that goes around the bottom of the walls, the base and sides become one.
A springform pan is a round cake pan that features a removable bottom and sides. The sides are held together with an interlocking band that can be opened and removed once your baked good is out of the oven, leaving your cake on the base.