Nut Cups

Baking By kafheartscake Updated 13 Sep 2014 , 3:23am by kakeladi

kafheartscake Posted 12 Sep 2014 , 10:27pm
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AI've noticed that a lot of bakers have started using these nut cups as cupcake cases. I was wondering where everyone buys these from as I can only seem to find plain white ones. Which whilst obviously useful, I like to have all different colours and patterns as with my cases.

Also, what is everyone's opinions on using these as cases. I haven't yet tried but think they look so elegant and much neater. Wondering what they are like to bake in and if you get the problem of them peeling away during baking as you sometimes get with liners. Also do they leak and show grease?

Thanks in advance. Kaf :)

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kakeladi Posted 13 Sep 2014 , 3:21am
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One place is a chain of wholesale bakery (ingredients) store called Gordon's Food service.  I've see others post similar type stores so don't know what the name of the place in your area would be.

After re-reading your post I think what you are referring to are something like these: http://www.cakecentral.com/products/wilton-pearl-swirl-cupcake-wraps

The cupcakes are placed in them after baking.

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