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Old 19-11-2005, 04:45 PM posted to rec.food.baking
Lisa Hetherington
 
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I just discovered them and I LOVE the muffin pans...the muffins FALL
out...no temp or time changes. And they're perfect!! Easy easy clean up
too!

But...making cupcakes in the muffin pans...they weren't fully cooked and
they didn't fall out...in fact they stuck and didn't all come out...I
sprayed the pan with PAM just like I do for the muffins.

Does anyone have any advice for me?
Are there temp/time changes to be made for cupcakes?

I bought an 8 X 8 pan too, but now I'm a little leery of trying it out.
Any suggestions?


....Lisa in Hamilton, ON, Canada



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Old 19-11-2005, 04:46 PM posted to rec.food.baking
deepeddygirl
 
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Lisa Hetherington wrote:

I just discovered them and I LOVE the muffin pans...the muffins FALL
out...no temp or time changes. And they're perfect!! Easy easy clean up
too!

But...making cupcakes in the muffin pans...they weren't fully cooked and
they didn't fall out...in fact they stuck and didn't all come out...I
sprayed the pan with PAM just like I do for the muffins.

Does anyone have any advice for me?
Are there temp/time changes to be made for cupcakes?

I bought an 8 X 8 pan too, but now I'm a little leery of trying it out.
Any suggestions?


...Lisa in Hamilton, ON, Canada



I heard that you have to wait until the baked goods are completely
cooled before you take them out of the pan. Have you found that to be true?
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Old 19-11-2005, 07:44 PM posted to rec.food.baking
 
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Yes, wait until they are completely cooled. With the silicon, there's
no longer the continued cooking from the hot metal pans.

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Old 19-11-2005, 08:14 PM posted to rec.food.baking
 
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try testing with a skewer. They may need a little more time since you
dont get the same heating from the pan.

The silicon rubber pan that I have does not need any release spray.



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