WellBake Professional 12 Cup Muffin / Yorkshire Pudding / Cupcake Tray. Superior Quality Non-Stick Silicone Bakeware + 10 Year Guarantee
|Sale:||£11.99 & FREE UK Delivery on orders dispatched by Amazon over £20. Delivery Details|
|You Save:||£8.01 (40%)|
Fulfilment by Amazon (FBA) is a service Amazon offers sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's warehouses, and Amazon directly does the picking, packing, shipping and customer service on these items. Something Amazon hopes you'll especially enjoy: FBA items are eligible for and for Amazon Prime just as if they were Amazon items.
If you're a seller, you can increase your sales significantly by using Fulfilment by Amazon. We invite you to learn more about this programme .
- Choose from over 13,000 locations across the UK
- Prime members get unlimited deliveries at no additional cost
- Find your preferred location and add it to your address book
- Dispatch to this address when you check out
- SPECIAL OFFER - Pop out muffins, cupcakes, mince pies and the finest Yorkshire Puds
- Simply rinse to clean, no scrubbing + Dishwasher safe
- High temperature cookware: 260 Deg C + freezer flexible to -40 Deg C. Suitable for all gas + electric Ovens, Aga, Microwave, Freezer + Dishwasher
- WellBake's Professional 12 Cup Tray is so much easier for cooking and cleaning + healthier, no need for added fat
- Size: 34.5cm x 26.5cm x 2.5cm (deep). 10 Year Guarantee
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
What do customers buy after viewing this item?
Top customer reviews
AND THE MUFFINS CAME OUT PERFECTLY. For the first time I didn't have to leave the things in the oven because the mixture was still uncooked after the suggested time. Ok so on attempt two with the scales repaired, the muffins stuck a little- you really DO have to give the cups a slight wipe with sunflower oil. But I left half cool off in the mould for another 10 minutes and these came out undamaged.
I can't see why anyone should gripe because you have to stick a metal tray underneath to keep the mould rigid. When I used cake tins with quick release bases I had to do this anyway to deal with leaks. My two observations are that because you have to twist the mould to release the cakes, it would be much easier with two 6 hole "tins" rather than this huge 12 hole thing (we're all used to 12 hole metal trays hence my purchase choice). I can also envisage that if you have a large cake tin, a rigid rim design may make it easier to turn out- it doesn't really matter with teensy cakes.
I didn't find that it emitted any weird smell on first use (I gave it a quick pop in the oven before I filled the cases for the first time). This may be because higher price = food grade silicone. There's lots of fun shapes available (my main mission was buying small rhum baba moulds and I rejoice that I don't have to get lots of tiny metal tins now). Plus you can use them to mould jellies and presumably ice cream as silicone can go straight in the freezer. So it's fairwell to rust! I'm in!
UPDATE: on silicone baking. whatever the hype, depending on how adventuresome your ingredients are, you will have to grease (sunflower oil is brilliant), and you may have to use paper cups. A Rum baba mould I had with intricate crenellations produced perfect cakes. However I've had disasters with peanut butter and (separately)maple syrup cupcake/muffin recipes where the cakelet stuck to the bottom of a plain pan. Letting the cake cool completely in the mould did help in most cases. So you just have to adapt or go conventional. However the plus side is that unlike every other baking experience, the cakes were cooked in exactly the time specified in the recipe.
The design flaw in this is that it is not sturdy, so when taking out of the oven or putting back in with mixture its floppy. You have to counter this by placing it on a flat tray.
I would recommend so long as you buy a flat tray for it to sit on in the oven to make putting in and taking out easily.
The indentations in the tray were deeper than I thought from the pictures. They were more like muffin depth than my original trays, but this wasn't a problem - it just meant that I had bigger macaroon tarts than usual. My husband didn't complain!
There is no need to grease the silicone so it makes for healthier eating.
So many times I had to bin half my flap jack where it had stuck to the greaseproof paper in my old tin. Now with my other silicone dish we can enjoy it all.
Have made pies in this and after cooling for 5 mins they slip straight out of the wells with no mess. They wash up great as well.
I am definately a silicone convert.