Anyone Try Reynolds New Cupcake Liners (Baked For You)

Baking By meredith1851 Updated 12 Aug 2010 , 4:29pm by drakegore

meredith1851 Posted 20 Mar 2010 , 1:15pm
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Just fell across Reynolds new cupcake liners called "Baked for you."
Anyone try them and have any experiences they want to share - good or bad?
Here is the link:
http://mybrands.com/BakedForYou.aspx

21 replies
manahigh Posted 20 Mar 2010 , 1:39pm
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Haven't seen these but LOVE the idea of having liners that keep their bright colors and designs. HOW Great!! Have you seen them in stores yet?

meredith1851 Posted 20 Mar 2010 , 1:51pm
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I only have seen their regular liners in the grocery but not these specialty ones. Looks as though you can order them online though...i think I may have to order a set.......

AngelaM Posted 20 Mar 2010 , 2:07pm
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They look nice but they're a little pricey. 36 liners for $2.50 is a bit much IMO.

minicuppie Posted 20 Mar 2010 , 4:20pm
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I like them. They are a bit thicker/stiffer and greaseproof. A bit pricey, but if the cupcake is supposed to be a big part of your decos, definitely worth it. Reynolds isn't the first company to do this. Some company in Sweden started selling to Beryl's and Country Kitchen a few years back. Check around the cupcake supply sites...the price is a bit more attractive.

Zamode Posted 21 Mar 2010 , 2:09am
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Reynolds are better than generic and even Wilton are okay, no real problems but I ordered some from Country Kitchen Sweet Art because I was looking for black and theirs are great. They were quality paper and fit right in the tins--for me with most liners, they kind of sit "out" the tin and I have to push them into place or the batter will push them down.

mamawrobin Posted 21 Mar 2010 , 3:53am
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I haven't seen these but I love them and will be ordering some. Thanks for the info. thumbs_up.gif

minicuppie Posted 21 Mar 2010 , 1:11pm
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Z..do you have a problem with the liners-that-are-too-large-for-pan coming off when cooling? I have seen millions of questions (and answers) on the topic and that is what happens at my house. No problems with the ones that DO fit. Just wondering.

AngelaM Posted 21 Mar 2010 , 8:39pm
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Originally Posted by Zamode

I ordered some from Country Kitchen Sweet Art because I was looking for black and theirs are great. They were quality paper and fit right in the tins--for me with most liners, they kind of sit "out" the tin and I have to push them into place or the batter will push them down.




I was just going to place an order with them and was looking at the cupcake holders made with glassine. Are those the ones you tried and liked or are they the ones that say standard grease-proof?

TheDomesticDiva Posted 21 Mar 2010 , 10:38pm
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The glassine ones are SUPER thin, and fade like crazy when you bake in them. I made the mistake of buying them for a cupcake tower I did, and NEVER AGAIN!!

I like the thick greaseproof ones from Fancy Flours. They're the best I've found anywhere. They don't fade or become greasy at all. I used them on the raspberry tower, and the purple and black wedding tower in my photos.

AngelaM Posted 21 Mar 2010 , 11:40pm
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Wow, thanks for the tip on the glassine liners. I know to stay away from them now. icon_smile.gif

minicuppie Posted 22 Mar 2010 , 1:08pm
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The glassine are like peanut butter cup paper...some great colors, tho to use to display candies and mini cakes.

kello Posted 11 Aug 2010 , 10:46pm
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I have used the Reynold's cupcake liners and think they are just awesome!! I found mine at Weagman's. I wish I bought more!!

LindaF144a Posted 12 Aug 2010 , 12:53am
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I got mine at Wegmans. Funny how you have a Weagmans in CA and a Wegmans here. I know that Wegmans is a local, privately owned grocery chain not in CA, but I thought the same name thing was funny.

Back to the cupcake liners. I got the pirate ones. They are foil inside fused to paper on the outside. I haven't used them yet. The outside says that there is no need for a muffin pan, just place them on a baking sheet.

kello Posted 12 Aug 2010 , 2:22am
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Sorry, I was in NY when I got mine....that's why I should have bought more! (it's just across the border for me.) We don't have a Wegman's here. ( I spelled it wrong too) :0

LindaF144a Posted 12 Aug 2010 , 12:33pm
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LOL! Gotta love that Weggies, huh? Which town did you visit Wegmans? Rochester, Buffalo? Did you get to the Pittsford Wegmans, the Mother Ship?

Whenever we leave the area, the first thing we miss is Wegmans. They are not all great. The one by me is terrible, I go to another one a few more minutes away cause it is so much better. They keep them they way they are based on what the shoppers in the area like. So some are small and grocery like and some are shopping experiences.

kello Posted 12 Aug 2010 , 12:57pm
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I do love them!!! I go to the one in Syracuse. It's only a few hours from me. I haven't been to any others so I have only experienced that one. I think they are terrific!

susgene Posted 12 Aug 2010 , 1:25pm
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I love the new Reynolds cups! They stay vibrant and definetly not greasy. The designs are very nice too. High quality.

LindaF144a Posted 12 Aug 2010 , 2:03pm
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Originally Posted by kello

I do love them!!! I go to the one in Syracuse. It's only a few hours from me. I haven't been to any others so I have only experienced that one. I think they are terrific!




I have a 50/50 chance of Buffalo or Syracuse. I didn't know which side of the pond you would travel from. Syracuse is the closer one. If you get the chance drive the extra hour and go to the Pittsford Wegmans. It will blow your mind.

We love Ottawa. We went there a couple of years ago for a long weekend and absolutely loved it. My DD turns 21 next year and we are going back to check out some of those fantastic looking pubs you have. I have never seen so many in such a close proximity. We were there on July 3. Boy you guys know how to celebrate!

Take care and enjoy Wegmans.
Back to our regularly scheduled program.

thatslifeca Posted 12 Aug 2010 , 3:17pm
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Kello, if you have a Zehrs near by they carry the reynolds liners for cupcakes. I also have found them at Metro (don't know if you have one near you). Hope that helps. I love using them. Funny that most of my caking supply stuff comes from the states. I tend to travel to Buffalo, since the Fort Erie crossing is almost on my front door step LOL.

kello Posted 12 Aug 2010 , 3:53pm
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LindaF144, Glad you like Ottawa. I really love it too. The Byward Market is probably where you were...great pubs and restaurants....and you only have to be 19 here to drink....you can always bring your daughter early.
Thanks for the tip. I will definitely check out the other Wegmans!

thatslifeca, I don't have a Zhers but we do have Metro here. I don't go there too often, but I will definitely go now and check it out!
I buy most of my cake supplies from the states too. So much more variety.

Thanks for all the great info on where to get stuff!

drakegore Posted 12 Aug 2010 , 4:29pm
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i just test drove these yeseterday. i used the brown with polka dots with the lining and they stayed color true and they were easy to unwrap (other foils i have tried were a pain in the behind to get off the cupcake). i loved them.

bought mine at market basket.

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