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12 Cup Silicon / Silicone Muffin Tray Cupcake Cake Cases, moulds. Available in pink, blue or red.
- WITHSTANDS TEMPERATURES FROM -40DEG CENTIGRADE TO 220 DEG CENTIGRADE
- COOKS AND COOLS EVENLY
- MICROWAVE - OVEN - FREEZER AND DISHWASHER SAFE
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SILICONE BAKEWARE 12 CUP MUFFIN PAN IN PINK RED OR BLUE RANDOM COLOUR WILL BE SENT IF YOU HAVE A PREFERENCE PLEASE CONTACT ME AFTER YOU ORDER WITHSTANDS TEMPERATURES FROM -40DEG CENTIGRADE TO 220 DEG CENTIGRADE COOKS AND COOLS EVENLY NON-STICK FINISH MICROWAVE - OVEN - FREEZER AND DISHWASHER SAFE THIS ITEM IS BRAND NEW Though it may look and feel like a plastic or rubber, silicone actually has more in common with glass - the backbone of the compound is silica, or sand, with other stuff added in. According to the precise mix of that other stuff, the final product can be a liquid, a gel or a solid. Whichever, it is a totally inert compound, and so will not 'react' in any way with your food. Silicone bakeware is oven proof, microwave safe, freezer proof and dishwasher safe. Silicone baking moulds can be transferred directly from freezer to oven or microwave. Food grade silicone bakeware will not rust, crack, melt, dent, peel or warp. Silicone baking equipment is non-porous so it will not retain flavours or odours to taint your next dish. Silicone cake moulds cool quickly when removed from the heat
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WOW!!! This is the first silicone cup cake cooking tray I have bought and what a difference!! It is particularly good for making savoury muffins in as the cheese always sticks to cases when cooking. With this you cook, push them out and put them into a clean case and they are then easy to eat with no peeling out and getting messy!!!. Best thing I have bought in years!!
This silicone bakeware is made of FDA-approved food grade silicone and is PBA free. There is no greasing of pans needed. The removal from the pans is surprisingly easy. The end result is even baking with no burns. The best part is I can bake and store the muffins in the freezer in the pan. Bake as usual, no particular temperature differential is needed.
You can wash these pansy in the dishwasher or wash by hand.
I made blueberry muffins in these pans. I have been baking for a long time and these are the best blueberry muffins. They browned a little more evenly and tasted superb!
King Arthur Flour's Basic Muffins
2 cups Round Table Pastry Flours or King Arthur Unbleached All-Purpose Flour
1/2 cup sugar
1/2 teaspoon salt
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 cup milk
1/4 cup vegetable oil or softened butter (optional)*
2 large eggs
*If you leave the oil out, you can reduce the calories in your muffins by about 30%; the flavor will still be excellent, but muffins won't be quite as tender, and won't keep as well should you happen to have any left over.
Summer is berry time, and berry-studded muffins are a special treat. Simply add 1 1/2 cups of berries (or fruit -- peaches, apples, etc. -- finely chopped and well drained) to our basic muffin recipe. To make sure berries stay evenly distributed throughout the batter, add the berries to the dry ingredients and mix until coated before adding the liquid ingredients.Read more ›
Happy to say I was delighted with the results, not only were they a doddle to remove but the pastry seemed to have baked more evenly.
The only downside I've found is that they aren't as easy to clean as you would imagine. I was surprised to find that 'egg wash' or a 'leaky pie filling' seems to actually stain the silicone and is quite difficult to remove.
Not going to let it bother me though because the benefits outweigh that slight drawback.
I was rather skeptical regarding her request for a pair of these, I was expecting silicone to melt in the oven, and thus be about as useful as a chocolate teapot.
These cases produce perfectly formed cupcakes which are easy to release from their casing due to the flexiblilty of the silicone, its an advantage over the metal ones. Cleaning the silicone tray is also a doddle as its easier to scrape off any hardened excess mixture.
My wife is so impressed that she's now wanting to replace her sandwich tins with silicon ones.
I actually don't mind her spending all this money when it means I get to sample her baked goods.
Spread the word, silicone baking products are the future!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The ones sent to me are definitely not large enough to make muffins. They are very small cups, not large enough to even make fairy cakesPublished 23 hours ago by James C.
good solid silicon muffin tin - does not "flop" around like some other makers.Published 20 days ago by Jennybet
I bought and used a few times. These are strong ons but have to use on a baking tray or muffins flop out when removing from oven. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Tina h
I've only used it once, came out good, although I used cupcake cases because of the silicone and what not. Read morePublished 29 days ago by Natasha
I have some other silicon products, and compared to those this is rather poor quality. A couple of the cups are slightly misshaped, and this is much flimsier than my other silicon... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Reader