Set of 50 Cupcake Bake & Gift Paper Bakeware Set by Kitchen Supply Co.
These self-standing molds need no pan and can be baked in temperatures up to 430°F in a standard oven or microwave. They can also be used for freezing to a temperature of -40°F. The molds are pure cel...; See complete description »
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Directions for Use:
Place molds on a sturdy rimmed baking sheet before filling with dough or batter. Molds can be used with both cake and muffin batters and also yeast dough. Fill molds approximately 1/3 to 1/2 full. Baking time is usually shorter for high-performance paper molds versus traditional metal or glass bakeware. So bake at oven temperature recommended, but watch closely to prevent over-baking. You may wish to reduce oven temperature by 5-10%. When a tester inserted into your product comes out clean, remove from oven. Immediately transfer molds to a cooling rack to prevent over-baking.
You Will Love These!
I recently purchased The Clinton Street Bakery Cookbook and noticed their recipe for blueberry muffins had these unusual muffin cups...so I googled and found them here! They bake individually - no more muffin tins!!!!! I have given them to so many friends and everyone loves them.
I have not tried them on cupcakes as of yet, but will do shortly.
You have to try them!
love all of the paper bakeware that I have bought and used4 of 4 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Cupcake Bake & Give
These were EXACTLY what I was looking for - dont over fill them!! Made beautiful muffins - cant wait for my next supply!!3 of 3 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
Wonderful for Special Ocassions!
Used these to make specialty cupcakes for a party. They worked great! The flat bottoms helped me transport them w/out the normal rolling around that tapered-in cupcakes are normally prone to. The micro-perforations in the paper released excess moisture so the papers didn't become soggy, yet the cupcakes remained moist. The papers pulled away from finished cupcakes very easily once cooled & revealed an almost 'mini' cake - they were oooooh'd & aaaaah'd over at the party. Note: it takes almost 2x the batter to fill these as a normal cupcake form because the bottoms are not tapered in, so plan amount of batter accordingly. I will use these again! The only reason I rated them @ 4 instead of 5 was that they are more expensive than standard grocery store cupcake papers - but they hold up & perform very well for their purpose.2 of 2 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »
I have not used these paper cupcake containers yet, but I am very pleased with the size and shape. I look forward to using them for my Holiday baking.0 of 0 users found this helpful. Was it helpful to you? Yes | No Report Violation »