Baking with cardboard/paper cupcake cups

Baking By katielb Updated 9 Jul 2013 , 11:38am by matthewkyrankelly

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Declansmama Posted 7 Jul 2013 , 3:45am
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AThere is no picture :-(

katielb Posted 7 Jul 2013 , 4:51am
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opps, bugger.  There was when I posted the comment :(
Thanks for letting me know Declansmama :)

 

Here is the pic I was referring to 

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katielb Posted 8 Jul 2013 , 3:41am
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Just bumping...

Isnt there anyone out there that can enlighten me? icon_sad.gif

slapsappyhappy Posted 8 Jul 2013 , 12:38pm
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AAre you supposed to bake in them or are they just for decoration? Would you be able to bake in a normal cupcake wrapper or just in the pan and put them in those after baking? Just curious bc I have used some decorative cupcake wraps around regular ones but the decorative ones were lacy and not solid like those.

matthewkyrankelly Posted 8 Jul 2013 , 12:51pm
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All of the similar ones I use are meant to stand on their own and be placed on a baking sheet.  That is one of the reasons they cost more.

katielb Posted 9 Jul 2013 , 6:04am
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Slapsappyhappy you are supposed to bake in them, and they are great as they give a nice shape and height however I just cant get the tops even.  Ive seen the cupcake wraps (which are gorgeous) but the cups im talking about are a different product :)
 

Matthewkyrankelly, out of curiosity, when you bake them with them do you get nice rounded tops/domes?

matthewkyrankelly Posted 9 Jul 2013 , 11:38am
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I will preface my answer with the fact that I used them for one special event and used one particular recipe.    They did not bake nicely.  I couldn't use about 30% of what baked for various cosmetic reasons.  However, the recipe was very temperamental.  That could have been the cause.

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