Petromax Cast Iron Loaf Pan with Lid


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The don of all baking tins! 

Created from cast iron this robust loaf tin is ideal for beginning your outdoor cooking adventure.

When used on an open flame, the lid of the cast-iron mould can be loaded with embers or briquettes, which creates an outstanding all round warmth. In the oven, the cast-iron loaf pan can be used as a roaster or for creating delicious desserts. The choice is yours!

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If you know and love the excellent qualities of cast iron, then you know that this Petromax Cast Iron Loaf Pan should belong to the basic cookware of every kitchen. 

Moist cakes, freshly baked bread, casseroles or crusty roast meat will henceforth be prepared in the Petromax Cast Iron Loaf Pan.

Product Spec

  • Fantastic heat distribution evenly cooks your cakes and bakes
  • No need to season – can be used straight away
  • Works on all types of stoves – including induction
  • Two handles for easy removal

Dimensions: 34 x 13 x 13.5 cm


Capacity: 2.4L

Material: Cast iron

Care instructions: Hand wash only with gentle detergent. Do not use metal scourers. Dry thoroughly after use. For best results, apply cast iron conditioner. 

About Petromax

Petromax all started over 100 years ago in Germany. Technical pioneer, Max Graetz, founded the high-pressure lamp company and christened it Petromax; arising from the combination of Maxe’s affectionate moniker, ‘Petroleum Maxe’. 

Fast forward to today and the company still manufactures its premium products in Germany. It has evolved and expanded to produce world-class, cast-iron cookware, with a passion for the outdoor flame at the heart.

This German made brand provides functional cookware for enjoying the beauty of nature and cooking together and cared for correctly, they will last a lifetime. 

At Cooking Kneads we have selected the finest selection of Petromax pieces, which includes Dutch ovens, skillets and saucepans. Start your outdoor cooking adventure and shop the rest of the collection here