Straight Sided Muffin Pans!!!!!!

Decorating By LisaMaeCakes Updated 9 Apr 2013 , 9:06pm by Rainboltart

LisaMaeCakes Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 9:08am
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I have search high & low. Anyone know where I can buy??

Thanks so much

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Hollyanna70 Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 9:27am
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While I myself don't shop at Target, I found this when doing a search. Is this what you're looking for?

Hope this helps,


LisaMaeCakes Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 10:17am
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Yes, only not in cast iron. It makes a dark thick crust. I'm hoping for an aluminum or stainless steel. I know I've seen them, but for the life of me cannot find. I've searched on google and

Thx for your help

LisaMaeCakes Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 11:39am
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Pretty please.....somebody help me icon_cry.gif


foxymomma521 Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 11:55am
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I looked too, but couldn't find anything...

berryblondeboys Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 12:07pm
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Originally Posted by LisaMae

I have search high & low. Anyone know where I can buy??

Thanks so much

What are you wanting to use them for? maybe we can find an alternative?


berryblondeboys Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 12:20pm
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Well, I found this, It' s a mini cheesecake pan that has straight sides it appears.


tbittner Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 12:26pm
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Here are some silicone pop over pans from The Baker's Catalog, maybe they would work?

tbittner Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 12:35pm
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If you don't mind square muffins her is this one...

Good luck,

kansaslaura Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 12:46pm
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Wilton's new kingsized pans are pretty straight. I have one and love the elegant outcome.

lovely Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 12:47pm
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What about the wilton wesite they have non stick muffin pans.

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LisaMaeCakes Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 3:52pm
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Thanks you my CC friends. I really want both round and square, but round is the most important right now. I have a bride that wants cupcakes for centerpieces on some tables and I just love the look of those straight squaty ones. A ribbon ties around it nicely.

Thanks again

berryblondeboys Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 4:05pm
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I found this thread:

But really, the mini cheesecake pan should work.

A standard cupcake is 2 3/4 wide and 1 1/4 to 1.5 inches deep. And since it's narrower at the bottom, The 2" top, and bottom should equal the same size cupcake. Some, I see, are a bit wider too.... THIS IS a straightsided muffin pan. It even says on the description that you can use it for cupcakes and muffins. Didn't you check out the link?

This last one shows a pretty good picture and it's 2" wide and 1.75 inches deep and straightsided... I think I might have to get myself one for a business fair I have coming up!


cakeislove Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 4:37pm
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I know exactly what you are trying to find...unfortunately I have no clue where to find these either. I've also been looking for an aluminum (not dark or non-stick), straight sided (not tapered) muffin/cupcake pan and haven't had any luck. I know of a bakery in the St. Louis area that sells cupcakes that are straight sided. Maybe they are commercial pans?

berryblondeboys Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 5:23pm
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And this isn't it?


I'm thinking I want the norpro one though because it's a bit deeper, (deeper than a standard muffin pan) but it's nonstick, but the above one isn't.

If you go to this link, you can SEE they are not shallow!

If this "isn't" it... how big are you thinking? These "ARE" cupcake size.


lovely Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 10:23pm
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berryblondeboys Posted 13 Aug 2007 , 10:40pm
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Do these have any bottoms to them? How do you keep the batter from spilling out? or is the bottom ridged to hold the thing in place.

This is essentially the same thing as the cheesecake pan, but a 1/4 taller, but you could get 2.5 diameter too, which would make a jumbo muffin since it's 2.5 inches for the entire cake, not just the top like a standard cupcake pan.


Hollyanna70 Posted 14 Aug 2007 , 4:00am
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To keep the the cake/muffin batter from leaking, just cut a bit of parchment to fit and put that in the bottom.

Hope this helps,


Rainboltart Posted 9 Apr 2013 , 9:06pm
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