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PaperChef Culinary Parchment Lotus Baking Cups, reviewed

PaperChef Culinary Parchment Lotus Baking Cups, reviewed

I have a huge array of baking cups in my pantry. They come in all shapes, sizes and colors. The wrappers that are the most eye catching tend to be the “lotus” baking cups, which are made of parchment paper and designed so that excess paper rises up over the top of the muffin. This style of wrapper is often seen in higher end bakeries ... Read More »

Ateco Muffin Pan Brush

Ateco Muffin Pan Brush

Even though you usually insert paper liners into them when baking, muffin pans are notoriously difficult to clean. Muffin and cupcake batters inevitably overflow onto the top of the pan, and drips of batter have ways of working themselves down into the bottom corners of each cup. When baking without paper liners, you typically have twice as many crumbs clinging to the pan. A good ... Read More »

Oatmeal Snickerdoodle Muffins

Oatmeal Snickerdoodle Muffins

Snickerdoodles are one of my favorite types of cookie. Snickerdoodles are a type of sugar cookie that is coated in a mixture of cinnamon and sugar before baking, a mixture that gives the cookies both a beautiful color and a delicious extra layer of flavor. These Oatmeal Snickerdoodle Muffins are inspired by those classic cookies, though the cookies generally don’t use any oatmeal. The tender ... Read More »

Mini Pineapple Lime Upside Down Cakes

Mini Pineapple Lime Upside Down Cakes

Pineapple upside down cakes are fun to make and fun to eat. They’re assembled in a pan upside down, with a layer of sugar and pineapple on the bottom that becomes the topping after the cake is turned out of the pan for serving. These┬áMini Pineapple Lime Upside Down Cakes are individual pineapple upside down cakes that are baked in a muffin pan. The cake ... Read More »

Cook’s Country Rates Muffin Tins

Muffin Pans

At Cook’s Country, there are several features that they they look for in muffin tins and two are non-negotiable. They want muffin tins that have a nonstick coating for easy releases and easy cleanup, and they prefer tins that have handles or extended edges that make them easy to grab with pot holders on. In their most recent issue (Feb/Mar 2011), they rounded up a ... Read More »

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