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Totally Non-Stick Baking Cups

Totally Non-Stick Baking Cups

When you make a lot of “alternative” muffins, like savory egg “cupcakes”, or coconut or almond flour muffins, you will find that those non-grain muffins tend to stick like the dickens to your muffin pan. I’ve tried oiling and greasing with various fats. I’ve tried using regular, paper and foil muffin liners. I’ve even tried the silicon liners. There’s only one thing that releases your muffin every time, no matter how “sticky” the ingredients: parchment baking cups. You can actually make your own out of regular parchment paper, but I find that too labor intensive. You can also buy fancy tall parchment liners, sometimes called lotus liners or tulip baking cups, but they are quite expensive. The best product for a clean food cook is a traditional-style muffin tin liner made out of parchment paper. I like the ones by PaperChef because they come in all sizes – mini-muffin, regular and extra-large. They cost a little more than regular liners, but they’re well worth it. You’ll never have to leave half your gluten-free or egg muffin stuck to the paper again.

Website: Totally Non-Stick Baking Cups


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