Use Sugar to Dust Your Cake Pans

If you like sweets, this is for you. Next time you bake sweet bread or muffins, try greasing and sugaring the pan instead of greasing it and flouring. You will love the slight hint of added sweetness

By mamacrafter from TN


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When baking cakes or sweet breads, such as cinnamon rolls, I don't "grease and flour" the pan. Instead, I butter the pan and then use powdered sugar.

By mom-from-missouri from NW Missouri

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Try using sugar to dust your cake pans. This not only makes for a more moist cake, it makes clean up a breeze. The sugary residue in the pans melts quickly in warm water!


By ssfelts from Tallassee, TN


Use Sugar to Dust Your Cake Pans

Good Idea! A girlfriend's father (who was a baker) once told me if you are using a boxed cake mix to use some of the actual mix to dust the pan too. That way there is no dusty color on dark cakes. If you are making it from scratch, use the flour/cake mix ingredients before adding the liquid to make the cake. (11/10/2009)


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