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Beyond Gourmet Unbleached Baking Cups, reviewed

Unbleached baking cups

I have an extensive collection of baking cups and have a wide variety of sizes and colors that I choose from each time I bake. For holidays, it is usually easy to choose a themed cupcake wrapper, but for everyday baking, it can be nice to use something a little more understated, especially for baking a batch of simple bran muffins that doesn’t cry out ... Read More »

Cupcake Creations Muffin Top & Tart Baking Cups, reviewed

Cupcake Creations Muffin Top

I have to admit that I just don’t have room in my kitchen for all of the neat gadgets and baking pans out there. If you’re anything like me, you’ve probably faced the same problem. I try to make room, but I love it when I find a way to make something usually made with a special pan without one. One recent example is the ... Read More »

Wilton’s Scalloped Baking Cups

Cups of a different color

I am always on the lookout for new muffin cups, whether I want something themed for a holiday or am simply looking for a color that I don’t have in my collection yet. While you can use any color of muffin cup to bake with, you have to admit that using a cup of a different color can really take the presentation up a notch. ... Read More »

Silicups Silicone Baking Cups, reviewed

Silicups Silicone Baking Cups are just what they sound like: baking cups/cupcake wrappers/muffin wrappers that are made of silicone. They look just like the “real thing” down to the little ribs on the side of the cup. They’re offered as an alternative to the traditional paper wrappers on the grounds that they are nonstick and reusable, and because they can stand on their own, there ... Read More »

Reynolds Fun Shapes Baking Cups

Reynolds Fun Shapes Baking Cups

Reynolds Fun Shapes Bakware are a line of small, shaped pans sold as disposable bakeware by Reynolds. I would venture to say that the little aluminum pans are a variation on traditional paper muffin cups, rather than a completely new concept in bakeware. No matter what you call them, however, a really versatile product. The pans come in star and heart shapes, as well as ... Read More »

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