Throw Away the Paper Cupcake Liners!
Anyone that knows me well knows that the kitchen is not a place I like to be in! Cooking and baking just are not my thing! When asked to bring in things for a get together, I am the one that gets assigned juice or paper products.
Recently I was given the opportunity to review The Simple Baker’s Silicone Baking Cups. I had a tye dye cake mix and a reason to celebrate so I thought I would give them a try!
After getting my batter ready I took out the baking cups and placed them in the muffin tin. They were easy to take apart and place in the container. It also extremely easy to pour the mix into the containers. In the past with paper liners I would have to flatten them out or make sure they stayed open for the batter to be poured in.The silicone baking cups hold their shape while baking.
After they were done baking, I took them out and was pleased to see how nice the cupcakes turned out! What was even better was how EASY it was to remove the cupcake from the silicone liner. As you can see from my picture below, no mess was left behind! Cleaning them was easy. I simply washed them out with a soapy sponge and let them sit out to dry.
Premium Simple Baker silicone baking cups are BPA Free and made with eco-friendly silicone.
100% Pure food grade silicone cups are non-stick, stain resistant, and dishwasher safe.
Baking cup set comes in 6 vibrant colors – pink, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple – 4 cups of each color – 24 total.
Cups are heat resistant to 475°, and each cup measures 2-5/8 inch in diameter by 1.25 inch tall and holds 2.5 fluid ounces.
Produced by the same trusted brand that created the popular premium macaron baking mat.
Available in 6 vibrant colors (pink, orange, yellow, blue and purple), these silicone liners are sure to please!
Want to get some for your baking needs?
You can purchase your own Simple Baker Silicone Baking Cups from Amazon.com.
Bonus Cupcake Recipe eBook included!
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