Fruit And Nut Cups For Liners

Baking By Cakerer Updated 2 Oct 2009 , 4:09am by ceshell

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Cakerer Posted 29 Sep 2009 , 3:40pm
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I've noticed a lot of people are using the fruit and nut cups as cupcake liners. Are these more difficult to remove sine they are more stiff?

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cylstrial Posted 30 Sep 2009 , 2:32am
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Not at all when you take a look at Kimsmom's tutorial.

You actually bake the cupcake in a regular liner and then slip it into the nut cup.
So there are two liners.

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cjcakie Posted 1 Oct 2009 , 10:48pm
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I've baked directly in the nut cup and while it looks great, it is harder to open to eat. Cake didn't stick to cup but the rims are reinforced and much harder to tear.

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ceshell Posted 2 Oct 2009 , 4:09am
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When you find the nut cups that are approved for use in the oven (apparently the ones @ Michael's are now coated so you can't bake in them), I've read here that you simply cut a notch at the top edge of the rim, so that it can be torn and then unpleated/peeled with very little effort. thumbs_up.gif

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