Baker's Joy Non-Stick Spray

Decorating By hardyboysmom Updated 18 Feb 2010 , 12:47am by momma28

hardyboysmom Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 3:10am
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Forgive me if this doesn't get posted in the right spot! I am new to this site and not quite sure I am submitting this right.

I just bought a non-stick spray that absolutely worked perfect for me after I had a previous 12" round stick to the pan with pan grease and flour. The spray is called Baker's Joy. I picked it up on a whim at Walmart and is worked beautifully. 12" fell right out of the pan without even running a spatula around it! Great product.

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aundrea Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 3:18am
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hello and welcome to CC.
you will love it here and meet lots of helpful cakers.
i too have used bakers joy and have had great results.
isnt it nice when alittle find - works so well!

glendaleAZ Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 3:21am
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Love it too. : O)

Peridot Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 3:24am
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Love it three......

calynmom Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 3:37am
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Love it four. I have never had a problem with my cakes coming out of the pan. Saves so much time.

Sweet_Treats_1 Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 3:43am
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I use this product all the time with no problem with my cakes sticking. However lately the past 4 cans I have had to take back because after a few uses the nozzle stops "spraying" It comes out in a thick single line. I always run the sprayer upside down under hot water and this still does not help. I dont know what the problem is, but the company needs to correct this!

anotherslice Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 3:49am
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I love Baker's Joy. I'm finding that Pam spray for baking works great, too.

The_Lil_Cakehouse Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 3:57am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sweet_Treats_1

I use this product all the time with no problem with my cakes sticking. However lately the past 4 cans I have had to take back because after a few uses the nozzle stops "spraying" It comes out in a thick single line. I always run the sprayer upside down under hot water and this still does not help. I dont know what the problem is, but the company needs to correct this!




LOVE BAKERS JOY!!! I gave up the whole parchment paper/cake release after discovering it!! But I had this same issue, thought it was just me!!

tesso Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 4:09am
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I love it the first time, then after that it clogged on me. took it back and again.. clogging. clogging clogging.. even tried the instructions of running the sprayer part under hot water. It still clogged !! threw it away and went back to criso and flour. I also have a lot of humidity here.. maybe that is why.. dunno.. any one has an answer to fix the clogging PLEASE let me know.

cheatize Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 5:38am
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I've had to ream out a sprayer with a needle to get it unclog. Of course, I've already soaked it in hot water for awhile first.

AngelaM Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 2:29pm
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I agree, the stuff is awesome! No sticking, ever. No greasing & flouring, no parchment paper. It's all I use and have never had any sticking. I find that if I wipe the nozzle immediately after each time I use it, it doesn't get clogged.

CakeMommyJeni Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 3:03pm
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My favorite spray! I use it for every cake I do!

Angel_Cake Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 3:07pm
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I actually don't like Baker's Joy, something about the way it smells! But Pam for baking is great!

Jenn2179 Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 3:10pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Sweet_Treats_1

I use this product all the time with no problem with my cakes sticking. However lately the past 4 cans I have had to take back because after a few uses the nozzle stops "spraying" It comes out in a thick single line. I always run the sprayer upside down under hot water and this still does not help. I dont know what the problem is, but the company needs to correct this!




I had that problem once with a commercial supply I bought. What I did was take the nozzle off one that worked and used it in place of the nozzle that didn't work.

Zamode Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 11:23pm
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I love it, too and save on parchment now. I definitely cover my nose and mouth when spraying though.

mamawrobin Posted 14 Feb 2010 , 11:43pm
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I love the stuff. I have never had a cake stick. Only once have I had a problem with clogging.

BlakesCakes Posted 15 Feb 2010 , 1:33am
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I stopped using the sprays--Baker's Joy, PAM, etc.--because I disliked the hard top edges and the general texture of the cake that came in contact with the spray. I was cutting away hard bits here and there and it made more of a pain than it was worth.

I still cut parchment for the bottom of the pan and use Wilton bottled pan release for the sides (boy, does that stuff go a long way and it can't clog icon_wink.gif ).

Rae

Kims_cakes Posted 15 Feb 2010 , 2:04am
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I've used the stuff for years too! I've never had it clog on me, but I also wipe it after each use.

Mom0971 Posted 15 Feb 2010 , 6:38am
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I am in the "I love it" camp. Sometimes yes it clogs and then sprays out in globs but then it gets better. I too live where it is humid so that could be the problem. I actually love the crispy edges. I nibble on them when I am leveling my cakes. My girls are so funny that when I make a cake lately they hardly ever touch the scraps anymore. I have on occaision gotten a few cans over the years that were duds from the get go. So all in all I love bakers joy.
Shelley

minicuppie Posted 15 Feb 2010 , 1:51pm
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I am surprised no one uses homemade cake release. Costs virtually nothing to make and stores for a good 6 months. Equal amts of flour,oil and solid veg shortening...mix well and apply sparingly with a brush. I do find it separates a bit, so stir before each use. (no diff from a can, you have to shake it)

Renaejrk Posted 18 Feb 2010 , 12:29am
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I used to make my own cake release, but I have to "paint" it on - so much easier to use the spray and it lasts me a while, though is more expensive than making my own.

momma28 Posted 18 Feb 2010 , 12:47am
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LOVE IT!

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