Pam.. Ya Right..

Baking By KristenJones Updated 11 Mar 2012 , 2:36am by Debbye27

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KristenJones Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 2:46am
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With the cakes I make They always STICK to the Wilton aluminum pans! What am I doing wrong! I coat the pan with a nice layer of Pam and it still sticks. Whether its chocolate or white it sticks!!!! I NEED HELP

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pbuder Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 2:53am
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Pam by itself isn't enough. You also need to do a light coat of flour over the Pam. What I found to work better was a mixture of flour/shortening/oil in equal measurements. Mix in electric mixer till smooth like mayo and then use a silicon pastry brush to coat inside of pan.

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cakeyouverymuch Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 3:05am
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parchement paper

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cookiekisses Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 3:09am
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parchment paper will only work in the regular pans, not character pans.

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step0nmi Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 3:23am
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you gotta do the good ol' fashioned shortening greasing with flour...pam is not thick enough to coat your pans

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leah_s Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 3:26am
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As noted above, you need to coat those character pans with pan grease. Equal parts flour, veg oil and veg shortening, whipped.

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cakeyouverymuch Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 3:40am
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Originally Posted by cookiekisses

parchment paper will only work in the regular pans, not character pans.




Too true. In that case leah's homemade pan release would be the answer.

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KristenJones Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 4:11am
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I've used the old shortening and flour on my chocolate cake and it still sticks. I was suggested to use wax paper but i'll try the shortening/oil/ flour.. how much oil?

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pbuder Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 4:16am
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Equal portions of all three ingredients, making as much or as little as you want. It stores for a few months. I use the whisk attachment on my stand mixer and usually do 1/4 cup of each as I am just a hobby baker and don't bake as often as I wish I could.

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icer101 Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 4:19am
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I,ve always used wax paper in my pans for chocolate cakes. Always.I use a lite coat of bakers joy. wax paper and then litely spray the wax paper. Never have to bake over. lol!!! I either us bakers joy for yellow cakes or the mixture Leah_s mentioned or just use shortening on paper towel , wipe pan , then dust it with flower( as my mama always did). Sometimes i use wax paper for the yellow and white cakes. I just HATE to bake OVER. lol!! hth

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chelleb1974 Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 1:57pm
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I've used Baker's Joy for years and haven't had a problem yet. I've also used Wilton's spray in a pinch and that seems fine too.

~Chelle

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Debbye27 Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 2:09pm
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I make my own pan grease, too. I do 1 cup of each: oil, shortening, and flour, and I stir all together in a plastic container with a lid on it. I keep it in the cupboard and every time I have a cake, I just use a paper towel to coat my pans....I never have sticking - it is so easy and convenient!

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QuebecGirl Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 3:44pm
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I too use Baker's Joy, cakes come out very clean.

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thumbs Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 5:12pm
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I will have to try that mixture. I use Wilton's Cake Release and have never had a problem with it. But at $5.50 a bottle it's pretty pricey when baking a lot.

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ConfectionsCC Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 5:17pm
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Ditto on the homemade pan grease!! I used to use Baker's Joy for ease, but after buying several bottles, I had to cut cost! The homemade pan grease works MUCH better in my opinion, less messy, and way cheaper!! I usually just do one cup of each flour, shortening, and oil and keep it in a Tupperware bowl and spread with either a paper towel or a silicone pastry brush!

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carmijok Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 5:25pm
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I know about pan grease, but have never mixed it up. I just grease the pans with Crisco, dust with flour and THEN spray Pam over all. It works great on everything except my chocolate cake,, then I use parchment paper too!

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slun4ogledka Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 10:10pm
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just a suggestion - forget about Wilton pans - Buy yourself Fat Daddios - very inexpensive and very good quality . I bake sponge cakes, which stick to the sides of the pan a lot easier than regular cakes and I only use generic oil spray and flour before I pour the cake batter , and I have never had any problems with the cake sticking . I own Wilton pans and I don't like them at all, I can only use them if I line them with wax paper ! good luck

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ladyren Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 10:15pm
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I use the mixture mentioned. For chocolate cakes, I mix cocoa powder into the mixture, instead of flour. It works well for me.

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Sugarbearof3 Posted 9 Mar 2012 , 10:55pm
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The can of Pam has to say Baking. I use it when I run out of the oil, shortening, flour mix.

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debidehm Posted 10 Mar 2012 , 8:12am
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Unless Pam's in my kitchen rubbing shortening and flour in my pans, she's not allowed near my cake pans!!! icon_biggrin.gif

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Debbye27 Posted 11 Mar 2012 , 2:36am
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Originally Posted by ladyren

I use the mixture mentioned. For chocolate cakes, I mix cocoa powder into the mixture, instead of flour. It works well for me.




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