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Using Silicone Bakeware

I am trying to make cupcakes in a silicone pan and every time I go to remove the cupcakes, they are still sticking and tearing apart. I have it with and without cooking spray to no avail. I am letting them cool, but inside they are still a little warm. How long should I let them cool? What am I doing wrong?


By Susie


Using Silicone Bakeware

Try using paper cupcake liners. My silicone bake-ware sticks really badly! (12/22/2009)

By catastrofy

Using Silicone Bakeware

I just bought 2 pieces of silicone bake-ware; muffin tins and the small cake pan. I decided that I didn't want to mess with a knock off brand, so I went to an expensive place to buy them. They work great for me. I don't mind the cookie tin that I need to set them on. They are very easy to clean, and the food will pop right out. I sprayed one with Pam, and forgot to spray the muffin "tin" but it worked fine without spray. I will use them a lot. (12/22/2009)

By Karenhope

Using Silicone Bakeware

Please note: plastic, silicon, Teflon, etc., all break down when heated. These chemicals find their way into your food. Is this something you want your family to eat? If Teflon is over heated the fumes will most likely kill a bird, kind of sad if you have one as a pet. Just because they make a product does not mean it's 100% safe. As women we need to protect those we love. (12/22/2009)


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