I always line the bottom of my pans with parchment paper, but my volume is picking up and I'm getting a bit tired of tracing pans and cutting the liner shapes. I know you can buy pre-cut pan liners - at least for round and square pans - but I can't seem to find a place who carries all standard sizes.
Do any of you guys buy your pan liners, and could point me towards an online store that sells them? In my country they are impossible to get, so I need somewhere that will ship internationally. Any tips are welcome, thank you
they also have a really cool PVC cupcake stand that you just wash and reuse and change the height,mix different shapes
Nice! Thank you very much
The only problem I see with this store is that the choices are quite limited - I need liners for 6,8,10,12 and 14" pans - both round and square. So if anyone knows of a place who carry all of those I'd be most grateful for a tip
I get the rounds on Amazon. I have another source for cookie sheet liners.
I have always felt that those pre-cut liners are the best gift you can give yourself in a bakery.
I got 8" and 9" rounds from king Arthur flour online. Shipping is pricey, but I got a gift card for Xmas, so I splurged.
You can get them from Lakeland in the UK, I use them a lot especially for 6" and 8" rounds. http://www.lakeland.co.uk/5522/20cm-Baking-Parchment-Circles They deliver worldwide.
For my larger tins and the ones I use least, I use reusable teflon type lining such as Bake-o-glide which I cut to size.
Thank you, everyone.
I still miss a place that has a larger selection - including for the square pans, but I'll keep looking