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love that these are not toxic and are strong. Once cooled, they easily peel
These mini baking cups are chlorine-free and safe at 428F. They are great liners for not only cupcakes, but also steaming Shao Long Baos. These are so convenient then cutting up a large sheet to small sheets.
Love these for making mini-muffins. They may not have the most decorative exteriors, but the muffin/cupcake almost falls out of the container-definitely no sticking. This particular order comes with a lifetime supply, but I love these, and would definitely recommend them.
Great item ... just what we needed - quantity ..... our local stores stopped carrying them .... we use them for homemadeCoconut Macaroons ..... because the macaroons don't stick to the cups, like the white cups do.
This brand of baking cups is the absolute best; they release the cupcake/muffin/quinoa bite/whatever very easily and cleanly. It's a bonus that they are more environmentally friendly than others (not that thin paper muffin liners are so bad to start with), but they truly work better than every other brand.
The If You Care baking cups have been working great for our almond flour mini cupcakes. They fit perfectly in a mini muffin pan I have from Williams Sonoma. And the silicone coating means that very little will stick to the paper when you are eating the cupcakes.
These are definitely the best, cheapest mini cupcake cups I've found so far. They do seem like a weird size, but if you just lay them on top of the cups and be sure to put the batter directly in the middle they sink down and work perfectly in a standard mini tin. They kind of seem like they are more for displaying cookies or handing out small treats though, like the little paper cups you get at See's candy.. rather than cupcake cups. They are also made with a thin paper, doesn't leave any weird marks on the tray like most colored papers can.
I didn't really need 2160 mini baking cups; I was making some peanut butter cups and the recipe makes 24. So, now I have enough mini baking cups to make 90 batches of homemade peanut butter cups. What would I do with so many??I've used my first 24 mini baking cups, though, and tonight I'm going to use 24 more.These are fantastic! Some of the other reviewers mention the cups being a weird size...well, I don't know much about mini baking cups, but they fit my Wilton brand mini cup tin perfectly. Another reviewer mentioned that you have to add stuff to the cups for them to sink into place; mind don't even fit like that--they just drop right into place, as if I were using regular baking cups in a regular baking cup tin. No problem at all.They worked perfectly for my peanut butter cups. They held their form, and they didn't stick to the peanut butter cups; after they were done, the peanut butter cups just popped right out.We are going to have mini baking cups for a really long time here, but that's okay, because they're good ones.
I had never used these baking cups before, but due to the price I figured I would give them a try. I was a little worried that they wouldn't fit my mini cupcake pan because of one of the other reviews, but they fit the pan fine. I have to admit that I didn't think they would fit at first. They do look a little on the big side. When you put the liner in the pan, they do not sink to the bottom until you put your batter in.I like that when you take the liners apart, they don't stick together. I've had other liners stick together where you don't realize and you end up baking with two liners instead of one. I would buy these again. I just bought the large If You Care Baking Cups due to my experience with these.