I have been using Wilton pans but decided to buy a set of Magic Line pans. I do not know what I am doing wrong because my cakes will not come out of these new pans clean. I use my bake ease but the always stick in either the middle or on the edges. What am I doing wrong?
Are you lining with parchment and also greasing and flouring? My cakes stick unless I grease and flour the heck out of the pans.
AYou can also put a circle of waxed paper in the bottom of the pan.
I did not know you could put wax paper in them. I do spray the heck out of them with my Wilton cake ease but they still stick. I will try the wax paper. Thanks for the tip!
I use Magic Line, and use "Baker's Joy" spray. It's cheaper than the wilton spray, and works like a charm.
Are your cakes fully baked when you turn them out? The only time I have ever had an issue with sticking is when my cake isn't baked fully and I take it out too early.
AI use parchment circles in my pans, not waxed paper.
I noticed that too when I first began using Magic Line Pans. None of the sprays I had used on my cheaper pans worked. But if you use the Wilton Cake Release, it works great! And yes, the parchment paper is awesome!
AI have been checking to make sure they are done. I will try the Baker's Joy brand and see if that works. I am definitely going to try the parchment paper. I appreciate all the tips.
One more thing I thought of- how soon after baking are you turning them out? I wait ten minutes, and turn them out while the cake is still hot. If you wait until the cake is cooler or completely cooled, the anti-stick spray will turn into a sort of glue, and fuse the cake to the pan. Make sure you are turning them out about 10-15 minutes after they come out of the oven.
AYes I wait 10 minutes to pull them out. When I bake in my Wilton pans they come right out that is why I am so confused and frustrated :(
I prefer Magic Line to Wilton and only buy Wilton for specialty pans. I grease them with shortening use wax paper in the bottom, and remove while warm. But I also shake it from side to side to loosen it abit before turning over.