Mini Cupcake Wrapper Storage

Baking By Gerle Updated 4 Jan 2012 , 1:19am by ptanyer

Gerle Posted 30 Dec 2011 , 3:41am
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I searched for this subject and couldn't seem to find it, so thought I'd check here to see if anyone can share what they store their mini cupcake/muffin wrappers/liners in. I've read about using tennis ball containers for regular-sized cupcake liners, but what do you use for the minis? I've got them in a drawer right now but they go all over the place. I'd like to find something to store them in like I do the regular size ones. Anyone got any ideas?

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MimiFix Posted 30 Dec 2011 , 4:21am
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I buy wrappers/liners in sleeves and try to keep the sleeve intact. Otherwise (if the sleeve tears or the dog eats it) I use plastic wrap or a small bag.

jewels710 Posted 1 Jan 2012 , 6:07pm
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Use a Paper Towel Tube!

Gerle Posted 2 Jan 2012 , 10:40pm
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That's an interesting idea, Jules, but the only problem with a paper towel roll is you can't see what's inside. I like to see what choices I have without taking them all out. I was hoping there was a small, plastic tube-like container that could be used (similar to the tennis ball container). I'm still going to keep looking, but if nothing else, that is a good idea. Thanks for sharing!

ptanyer Posted 2 Jan 2012 , 11:47pm
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Originally Posted by Gerle

That's an interesting idea, Jules, but the only problem with a paper towel roll is you can't see what's inside. I like to see what choices I have without taking them all out. I was hoping there was a small, plastic tube-like container that could be used (similar to the tennis ball container). I'm still going to keep looking, but if nothing else, that is a good idea. Thanks for sharing!




You can go to Lowes Hardware and they sell clear plastic tubes that you sleeve fluorescent light tubes in for home kitchen. They come in different sizes and lengths. You can slide the cupcake wrappers in and be able to see which ones are where.

Hope that helps!
Pam

Gerle Posted 3 Jan 2012 , 12:42am
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Thanks Pam. I'll have to pay a visit to Lowe's.

Carmen500 Posted 3 Jan 2012 , 3:00am
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I store my mini cupcake liners using plastic acetate from the art supply store cut to size and tape like a tube.

ptanyer Posted 4 Jan 2012 , 1:19am
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Originally Posted by Carmen500

I store my mini cupcake liners using plastic acetate from the art supply store cut to size and tape like a tube.




Duh! (as I smack myself on the side of my head)I never thought of that icon_rolleyes.gif Really good idea thumbs_up.gifthumbs_up.gifthumbs_up.gif

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