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Love these for making muffins and cupcakes. 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,- LOL, but I love these, and would definitely recommend them.
These muffin cups fit in most standard muffin tins. They work great and since they're coated with silicone, they come right off without taking half the muffin/cupcake with them.I especially like to use these papers for "donut" muffins: take hot muffins out of the wrappers, dip the tops in melted butter, then roll the muffins in powdered sugar or cinnamon sugar. Since these papers release so easily, you can do the rolling while the muffins are still hot and steamy, so the sugar sticks to the bottom part of the muffins without dipping the whole muffins in melted butter.These aren't very pretty, but I find that decorative papers rarely look pretty after they've been baked with the muffin, anyways. If you really want a decorative paper, you can put the muffin in it after it cools. Or just embrace the slightly snarky brand name, and point out to people you're using these muffin cups because they're (eco-friendly/unbleached/other hipster adjective here).
As many of the other reviewers have said, these are the best liners I have ever used. I just finished off the case I bought almost 2 years ago and I can't remember one time having anything stick to these. Even when I subbed out oil in some recipes, the muffins were easily removed from the liners. These blow any of those decorative/fancy liners out if the water when it comes to performance. Aesthetically they are lacking (which I don't mind), but for the peace of mind to never have a "stuck" muffin or cupcake batch it is worth not having a pretty paper. I ordered my second case this morning.
Even though they say "large", these are the size for a standard muffin pan. I switched to them for the hippie chlorine free, FSC certification and didn't expect them to perform any better or worse than a regular liner, but was pleasantly surprised by the quality. These don't stick to your muffins / cupcakes like most paper liners do. They also don't get that gross, kind of greasy look after baking that cheap paper liners do. They are a natural, neutral color that lets your finish product shine. I'm very happy with these liners.
I wasn't sure I wanted to place this order at first because I had to buy so many baking cups all at once. It seemed like a huge quantity for my personal use. But, I am so glad I did!I can't eat gluten, so I do most of my baking with almond flour and/or coconut flour. If you have ever baked with those types of flours then you know that they can be quite sticky and difficult to remove from a pan. I figured out how to use parchment paper when baking in a loaf pan or a 9x9 pan, but I was still used to losing half of each muffin either to the muffin pan or to the muffin pan liners when I peeled them off. After reading the reviews for this product, I figured I might as well give them a shot.These liners are perfect! My husband can't believe how they peel off without taking half of the baked goods with them! Sometimes, they even fall off the muffins as I am dumping them out of the muffin pan! How's that for clean!I know I sound silly, but I can't say enough how much I love these muffin liners. They are worth it!
All other baking cups I've ever used would consistently take part of the muffin when I peeled them off, no matter how carefully I peeled. In frustration I tried silicone muffin trays, which took care of the sticking problem, but left the bottom part of the muffin with a slick, unbrowned surface. These "If you Care" baking cups fairly drop off the muffin, and the muffin is left with a nicely browned surface that matches the degree of browning on the top. Two reviewers have complained that these cups are not large. They ARE large, as opposed to small cups. What they are thinking of should probably be termed a jumbo-sized cup. It's just semantics, although the manufacturer could make it easier on folks by providing dimensions in the specifications. For the record, these cups fit muffin trays with a mean diameter of 2.5" and height of approximately 1.3".