I currently use some food network ones I got at Kohls- they're nice and heavy and all, but they're not giving me the straight sides I prefer. Kinda stinks since they were a bit pricey.
I hear fox run has good tall liners to help with the straight sides, so I'll have to hunt those out.
Anyone have a favorite set of cupcake pans that give nice straight sides?
I use the Williams Sonoma goldtouch, but because they're just the best cupcake pans ever. Still flutted, though.
For straight cupcakes I would use my small cake rings on a baking sheet. Same for square.
Also, there are mini round cake pans at 2" x 2" that you could use.
Click on the link for Alan Silverwood mini cake pans in assorted shapes. Theres two sizes in rounds, 2 inch and 2 1/2 inch, both with straight sides.
I use the Pampered Chef pans for my cupcakes I love their size, they have both regular & mini pans
I second imagenthatnj on the goldtouch. My bakery has multiples of every size goldtouch makes. Straight sides aren't worth the sacrifice of the quality of these pans.