Best Cupcake Liners

Baking By camomama5 Updated 19 Dec 2015 , 3:32am by craftybanana2

camomama5 Posted 16 Dec 2015 , 9:42pm
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Quick question. What do you pros use for cupcake liners? Anytime I use liners they don't show anyway once they're baked. Those cute Wilton liners you can get at AC Moore and Michaels are adorable in the package but as soon as they come out of the oven you can't see the design and it doesn't look clean. What do you suggest? I've resorted to using the silver ones so that they keep their shape nicely. 

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SweetShop5 Posted 16 Dec 2015 , 10:13pm
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I definitely DON'T suggest Cupcake Creations. Stay away from those, they immediately start peeling off the cupcake once they come out of the oven. It's a shame because the design stays, and they have such a variety!

So far my favourite brands are Reynolds and Wilton Colour Cups. Grease-Proof liners tend to keep their colour when they come out of the oven, so I would suggest looking for packages that mention that.

Cupcakegirl2005 Posted 17 Dec 2015 , 3:56am
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I only use paperchef culinary parchment baking cups, you get 60 at Target for 57 cents. Every time I go to Target I pick up a couple of boxes 

camomama5 Posted 17 Dec 2015 , 2:24pm
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Cupcakegirl2005 why do you like them? Thank you both! 

Cupcakegirl2005 Posted 17 Dec 2015 , 2:34pm
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like the price but only at target other places that brand is a lot higher, my cupcakes never stick to the liners and I never get oil coming through 

annagon Posted 17 Dec 2015 , 3:12pm
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I've had good results with liners from  I haven't tried their patterned liners, but the colored ones I've purchased have stayed opaque fairly well.

camomama5 Posted 17 Dec 2015 , 3:17pm
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Thank you!! 

craftybanana2 Posted 19 Dec 2015 , 3:31am
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I second Cupcakegirl, I like the Reynolds liners and have only recently tried those parchment liners. The parchment liners were very nice, but they only have brown. The Wilton liners aren't bad. I did try an off brand of foil liners because the store was out of the Reynolds brand, they were horribly thin and ripped when trying to peel it off the cupcake. I gave those to my son to smash, er... play with. ;)

edited: I think the dud liners were Cupcake Creations.... stay away from that line.

*Last edited by craftybanana2 on 19 Dec 2015 , 3:32am

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