Cupcake Wrapper Separates From The Cupcake

Baking By cakewalkuae Updated 24 Oct 2013 , 9:56am by cakewalkuae

cakewalkuae Posted 17 Oct 2013 , 7:12am
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Hello Dear friends

 

Need your urgent help. My cupcakes separate from their wrappers after i put them on the wire rack for cooling. This is happening with the colored ones i bought. What could be the reason.

 

I need to get a solution as the size

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cakewalkuae Posted 17 Oct 2013 , 7:13am
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sorry hit the submit button before i could finish.

 

i need a solution fast as the size & colors arn't available here :(

de_montsoreau Posted 17 Oct 2013 , 11:18am
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This only happens to my cupcakes if they are not baked through completetly. The batter is still too "wet" and will not cling to the wrapper. Have you checked one of yours?

Unfortuantely there is not much you can do about this apart from re-baking.

If the wrappers are only seperating from the cupcake you can "glue" them back together with a little bit of buttercream, but that is not ideal, depending on the state of the wrapper/cupcake.

cakewalkuae Posted 18 Oct 2013 , 2:10pm
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Thank you oh so much! I made a new batch of cupcakes again this time i baked them 5 minutes longer and the wrappers maintained their position. Yayyyy! Big sigh of relief.

 

& a great big thank you to you :)

mfeagan Posted 18 Oct 2013 , 6:03pm
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AI have also found the foil wrappers want to separate even if your cupcakes are baked completely. I hate them and won't use them ever again! Tried it twice. Same results both times.

Sweety Grane Posted 22 Oct 2013 , 6:53am
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Originally Posted by cakewalkuae 
 

Hello Dear friends

 

Need your urgent help. My cupcakes separate from their wrappers after i put them on the wire rack for cooling. This is happening with the colored ones i bought. What could be the reason.

 

I need to get a solution as the size

 I have the same problem when I tried to  bake the red velvet cupcakes.. :(  I want to know more so that I could get it right. :) thanks in advance!

cakewalkuae Posted 22 Oct 2013 , 11:58am
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i have tried foil ones but surprisingly were ok. where do you buy your cap cake cases from. 

well i still have to try out the new metallic ones ones i bought from cakecraftshop.com i hope they turn out good.

 

for your issue - Perhaps you could try reducing the amount of butter/oil etc in your cupcake batter a bit??

AnnieCahill Posted 22 Oct 2013 , 12:54pm
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Reynold's are the only ones I use.  I use the foil ones and their party line with patterns.  I've never had a problem with them separating and I under bake my cupcakes slightly so they don't dry out.

cakewalkuae Posted 24 Oct 2013 , 9:56am
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Originally Posted by AnnieCahill 
 

Reynold's are the only ones I use.  I use the foil ones and their party line with patterns.  I've never had a problem with them separating and I under bake my cupcakes slightly so they don't dry out.

 

Thank you Annie will try to get them. :)

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