Amazing Brownie(Petit Four) Pan

Decorating By emma_jada Updated 21 Sep 2010 , 3:51pm by TartletteTreats

emma_jada Posted 20 Mar 2010 , 6:40pm
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I saw it on TV but didn't think anything about it. My mom bought it for me and said she thought about me when she saw it. I just used it to make petit fours!! Great idea (my mom's of course). It was so easy. No measuring and cutting. Just slid the mold out and there they were. Unfortunately I had to make separate batches, but oh so much easier.

just thought I'd share.

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mamawrobin Posted 20 Mar 2010 , 6:55pm
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I bought one for myself before Christmas. It wasn't the one offered on t.v. I found mine at Michael's, used my 40% off coupon and paid $9.00 for it. It is really great for making petie fours. I use it all the time for them.

pacable Posted 20 Mar 2010 , 6:56pm
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uh.. that's such a good idea!! been wanting to try petit fours and that would make it so much easier!!!!! Thanks for the idea icon_biggrin.gif

bkzscurry Posted 4 Jul 2010 , 6:46pm
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Ooooooooh great idea!! I might have to go buy a couple now!!! icon_surprised.gif) Awesome!

msthang1224 Posted 5 Jul 2010 , 2:30am
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Omgoodness, I have the silcone one. If that's the one all of you are speaking of. I bought mines for Michaels also w/a discount, of course, lol. I used it to make sugar ice cubes for a beer bottle I did last year. I didn't even think about using it for petit fours, duhhhhhhh, on me. I could have been using itall this time, oh well, now I know. Thanks!

MariaK38 Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 12:58pm
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are you guys talking about the Perfect Brownie Pan? I was thinking of getting some of those for petit fours, too!

hbarberycakes Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 1:15pm
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I told my mother in law to use that when she got an order for it but she used a half sheet and cut it into 1 1/2 inch slices. Just out of curiosity, when yall make yours do you do two layers of cake and one filling? She did three layers of cake and two fillings. But they were so tall and wobbly I couldn't stand how they came out. I grew up with it being two thin layers of cake and a little bit of filling.

Joyfull4444 Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 2:38pm
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This post really caught my interest as the Wilton silicone brownie pan sounded ideal for some of my projects. I did a search on the pan as I've never seen them, but didn't find a lot of comments that were in favour of the pan. It seems most people who've bought the pan had sticking problems. Here's an older thread from 09 about the silicone pan. Now that I've read this and other negative comments online, I'll be doing a lot more thinking on it.

http://cakecentral.com/cake-decorating-ftopict-653963-.html

ddaigle Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 2:59pm
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But doesn't the brownie pan make the petit fours all have "edges"?

TartletteTreats Posted 21 Sep 2010 , 3:51pm
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I got the Perfect Brownie Pan - it became considerably less non-stick after awhile.

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