Even though I'm new to the forum, many of you already know that I am a baking pan nut. I use my donut, whoopie pie and muffin top pans religiously. Well, on the web I saw a new (at least to me) type of baking pan. You can bake cake, cornbread, bread or meatloaf (and others) in it. What you end up with is a single-serving size (3" in diam.) 'bowl' that is made of cake, meatloaf, bread, whatever. You can fill the bowl with whipped cream, jelly, pudding, etc. for the cake. For the meatloaf, bread or cornbread 'bowls' you fill with a veggie in cheese sauce or whatever you can imagine.
The pan is called 'Cook's Choice 3 Inch Better Baker' and I got mine at Amazon. They are different prices, depending on who you buy it from at Amazon, but the one I ordered was regularly $14.95, on sale for $2.69. The shipping was $5.99 so I got it for $8.68 There were only 3 left for sale at that price, so after ordering mine this morning, there are 2 left.
Cook's Choice also sells a 5 inch Better Baker, but I read the reviews at Amazon, and most people like the individual serving size best. I don't know whether or not I will be posting any recipes using the Better Baker pan, but if I come up with something great, I will.