Cupcake Liners

Baking By cupcakers Updated 14 Apr 2011 , 5:46pm by MrsMoe07

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cupcakers Posted 30 Mar 2011 , 6:26pm
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So silly question on the silver cupcake liners there is a white liner in between each one do you bake in the white liner or is it just so the silver ones don't stick???

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Cupcations Posted 30 Mar 2011 , 10:13pm
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You bake them in both even though with some brands the silver tends to peel after baking, it sucks thumbsdown.gif

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Cupcations Posted 30 Mar 2011 , 10:14pm
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You bake them in both even though with some brands the silver tends to peel after baking, it sucks thumbsdown.gif

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AKS Posted 14 Apr 2011 , 1:27am
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I googled this and this is what I got:

"Please note: Reynolds brand foil cupcake liners come with a thin, white liner between each foil liner, but these are just separators and should be discarded."

I think that's why the silver one peels off.

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Cupcations Posted 14 Apr 2011 , 3:46pm
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Originally Posted by AKS

I googled this and this is what I got:

"Please note: Reynolds brand foil cupcake liners come with a thin, white liner between each foil liner, but these are just separators and should be discarded."

I think that's why the silver one peels off.




Thank you for the info thumbs_up.gif
I dont use that brand, and I dont think thats the case with the ones I use because the white liner is literally glued/stuck to the sliver, it will be veryyy hard to take them apart prior to baking icon_confused.gif

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MrsMoe07 Posted 14 Apr 2011 , 5:46pm
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I've always thrown away the white liner and my cupcakes come out fine.

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