Nut Cups....

Baking By Charmed Updated 16 Aug 2009 , 4:36am by Ruth0209

Charmed Posted 29 Jul 2009 , 11:43pm
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When using those white nut cups, do you just put them on a cookie sheet and bake them?

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cylstrial Posted 1 Aug 2009 , 11:17am
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You can't bake in the nut cups. They aren't safe for the oven. If you do, your whole house will start to stick because they are coated in wax.

So you just put them in a regular liner and then when they are done cooling, you put them in the nut cup.

Someone has a great nut cup tutorial so that the nut cup comes off quickly. Let me see if I can find it for you.

cylstrial Posted 1 Aug 2009 , 11:21am
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Charmed Posted 2 Aug 2009 , 3:13am
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Thanks for the tutorial. That is sweeeet!!
I know that the new wilton nut cups are not oven safe but how about other nut cup brands?

cylstrial Posted 2 Aug 2009 , 8:18pm
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Just read the back of package - if they are coated in wax, you can't bake them. You could probably just look at them and tell too. If they are shiny, they have wax on them.

JaimeAnn Posted 2 Aug 2009 , 8:33pm
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I get Souffle cups (3&1/4 oz) from Smart & Final . they are the same size as the Wilton nut cups . They are safe to bake in cause they are just paper no wax or coating . They come in a Big package 250 cups for $5.

__Jamie__ Posted 2 Aug 2009 , 8:34pm
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Charmed, take "nut cup" out of the name. Look for souffle cups, they make them in sizes all the way down to the "mini muffin" size like we all like. I found every size imagineable at Smart and Final. icon_smile.gif

krazyb5 Posted 2 Aug 2009 , 8:43pm
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omg, no wonder i try baking in this nut cups and my chocolate cupcakes didnt come out right. I had to through them out icon_sad.gif

cylstrial Posted 2 Aug 2009 , 10:13pm
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Originally Posted by krazyb5

omg, no wonder i try baking in this nut cups and my chocolate cupcakes didnt come out right. I had to through them out icon_sad.gif




Aww...poor thing! They will stink up the house super fast. That's for sure!

umgrzfn Posted 2 Aug 2009 , 10:52pm
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You can buy "nut cups" without the wax. I just did some mini cupcakes in them and they turned out AWESOME. The cups I bought were hanging next to the wilton cups, but again, the ones I bought were not lined with wax.

Parable Posted 2 Aug 2009 , 11:49pm
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OMG. I am glad I read this. I just bought two packages of the Wilton nut cups to bake some mini cupcakes. Guess I won't be doing that now.! icon_smile.gif

I've never heard of Smart and Final down here so I guess I'll have to shop around.

Thanks for the heads up!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

JaimeAnn Posted 3 Aug 2009 , 1:56am
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If you don't have a Smart & Final I think they have them at Costco or Sam's club . They are a pretty common item at restaurant supply stores also.

Charmed Posted 3 Aug 2009 , 11:12pm
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souffle cups...I will be ordering soon!!

Alicakes Posted 16 Aug 2009 , 4:26am
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This is great information. Thankyou!

Ruth0209 Posted 16 Aug 2009 , 4:36am
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My daughter and son-in-law laugh their heads off when I refer to those as nut cups. Silly kids! I use the 4 oz. souffle cups that I buy at Cash & Carry. They're not coated, so they work fine. I do put them on a cookie sheet to bake, and I bake for the same time as a regular cupcake.

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