What's Your Favorite Cupcake Pan/tin?

Baking By CupcakeQT82 Updated 14 Aug 2011 , 2:58am by KayMc

CupcakeQT82 Posted 6 Aug 2011 , 11:35am
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I have one tin already that I don't mind, but I want to know in all of your own opinions the BEST one you use most often. Silicone? Regular? Special brand you prefer? TIA!

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Mandyjb74 Posted 6 Aug 2011 , 12:16pm
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My wilton cupcake pan is one of my favourite things cupcakes always come out perfect and no spread of wrappers like you get with other tins

scp1127 Posted 6 Aug 2011 , 1:25pm
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Williams-Sonoma Goldtouch.

imagenthatnj Posted 6 Aug 2011 , 5:08pm
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Williams Sonoma Goldtouch, too.

jenng1482 Posted 6 Aug 2011 , 5:14pm
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I like the Good Cook brand. I think target or walmart have them. My cupcakes always come out great, they are very easy to clean, and target occasionally has them 50% off (so around $5)

infinitsky Posted 6 Aug 2011 , 6:49pm
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Williams-Sonoma Goldtouch..... icon_smile.gif

CupcakeQT82 Posted 10 Aug 2011 , 6:09pm
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Thanks, ladies! I ended up getting a Wilton pan from Joanns. I had a coupon making it less than $5, so a good deal IMO! I will have to try it out for the wedding I am doing so I'm anxious to see if it works as well as my old one.

fsinger84 Posted 11 Aug 2011 , 1:53am
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I use the Wilton Avanti Everglide Metal-Safe Non-Stick 12-Cup Muffin Pan. It was the top rated on from Americas Test Kitchen icon_smile.gif

SweetSuzieQ Posted 11 Aug 2011 , 2:30am
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Glad to hear all the fans of the Williams-Sonoma Goldtouch! Based on my research these are the ones to go with so, I'll be picking some up the next time I head downtown!

KayMc Posted 13 Aug 2011 , 6:45pm
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Are the Williams-Sonoma worth the extra money? I want my cupcakes to have nice firm sides, and a domed top, and it's harder to attain than I thought it would be. If the Williams-Sonoma help you attain that, then it's worth the $$. I just don't want to spend the extra money for a name, if they' don't do anything different from my cheap Wilton pans. Advice, please????

SweetSuzieQ Posted 13 Aug 2011 , 10:09pm
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Kay, I don't have them yet but, have done my research and, from what I understand they are AMAZING. You get a nice even bake, nothing sticks, they don't discolor and, they come with a Lifetime Warranty.

KayMc Posted 14 Aug 2011 , 2:58am
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Thanks, SuzieQ. guess I'll need to get them.

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