So, yesterday I made gluten free yellow cake with dark chocolate frosting (my husband's favorite). They turned out delicious. Sorry, no recipe today because I cheated and used Pamela's Gluten Free Yellow Cake Mix and Pamela's Gluten Free Dark Chocolate Frosting Mix. Not quite as good as the cupcakes I make from scratch but still delicious in a pinch. Okay, back to the baking cups.
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Easy to use. Just use them like regular paper liners. Easy to peel. They didn't stick to the cupcake and I love the fun bright colors. Plus, you don't have to worry about buying disposable liners all the time. I can definitely remember trying to make cupcakes or muffins and running out of liners. With 24 of these dudes in a pack, I definitely won't have that happen to me again.
You have to clean each one when you are done (obviously). I thought they were pretty easy to clean but my niece told me if you don't clean them right away they can be tough to clean. I didn't have a problem with these particular baking cups so maybe it depends on the brand.
My friend Alexis told me that she used them for a birthday party at her house and everyone threw the liners away so she had to go digging in the trash after the party to retrieve them. She said it happened a few times actually. So they are good for home use but I wouldn't take them to a party. Also, if you try to remove the liners before serving them, the cupcakes really aren't very pretty at that point.
Great product. I will definitely use them again (and so will Penelope). If you are lazy or in a hurry and don't want liners to clean, buy disposable. If you are bringing them to a party, I would still buy disposable. But for home use? Great!
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