debster Posted 3 Feb 2009 , 12:17am

Ok how do you make cupcakes from those when they don't have any heart shaped papers to go with them? Does anyone know of a place that sells metal heart cupcake pans or paper heart cupcake holders? I'm really miffed about this. I have someone wanting heart shaped cupcakes for their wedding, but I need papers to hold them in. Thanks for any help or leads!!

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brincess_b Posted 3 Feb 2009 , 5:06pm

if you do it with a regular pan, you can scrunch up some foil, and put a ball of it in the pan, so the paper goes heart shaped.
im in the uk, and our department stores have small heart pans, online have better options though. it might be a case of more time online trying to find them - or suggesting degorating the sides of the cake?
you can get individual silicone hearts, but that would be a small fortune just to get heart shaped liners.
good luck!
xx

JGal Posted 15 Feb 2009 , 9:53pm

I just baked cupcakes for the first time last night in the LeCreuset blue silicone heart pan,--8 hearts in this pan. I pressed Wilton liners in the hearts by pressing down on the bottom of the liner and then against the heart sides. They formed pretty well to the heart shape. I used Wilton 50 count in one package baking cups. On a couple I had to make a tiny pleat or two to take up some slack. It worked pretty well for my first time to try this. I was surprised.

JGal Posted 15 Feb 2009 , 9:54pm

I just baked cupcakes for the first time last night in the LeCreuset blue silicone heart pan,--8 hearts in this pan. I pressed Wilton liners in the hearts by pressing down on the bottom of the liner and then against the heart sides. They formed pretty well to the heart shape. I used Wilton 50 count in one package baking cups. On a couple I had to make a tiny pleat or two to take up some slack. It worked pretty well for my first time to try this. I was surprised.

JGal Posted 15 Feb 2009 , 9:56pm

I just baked cupcakes for the first time last night in the LeCreuset blue silicone heart pan--8 hearts in this pan. I pressed Wilton liners in the hearts by pressing down on the bottom of the liner and then against the heart sides. They formed pretty well to the heart shape. I used Wilton 50 count in one package baking cups. On a couple I had to make a tiny pleat or two to take up some slack. It worked pretty well for my first time to try this. I was surprised.

JGal Posted 15 Feb 2009 , 9:57pm

I just baked cupcakes for the first time last night in the LeCreuset blue silicone heart pan--8 hearts in this pan. I pressed Wilton liners in the hearts by pressing down on the bottom of the liner and then against the heart sides. They formed pretty well to the heart shape. I used Wilton 50 count in one package baking cups. On a couple I had to make a tiny pleat or two to take up some slack. It worked pretty well for my first time to try this. I was surprised.

JGal Posted 15 Feb 2009 , 9:58pm

I just baked cupcakes for the first time last night in the LeCreuset blue silicone heart pan--8 hearts in this pan. I pressed Wilton liners in the hearts by pressing down on the bottom of the liner and then against the heart sides. They formed pretty well to the heart shape. I used Wilton 50 count in one package baking cups. On a couple I had to make a tiny pleat or two to take up some slack. It worked pretty well for my first time to try this. I was surprised.

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