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post #16 of 21
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I will have to try the cold batter and see how that works. I never thought of that!
post #17 of 21
I just baked more cuppies using COLD batter and very thin liners. Perfect!!! Yay! icon_biggrin.gif I just then put the cuppies into the really cute (read "expensive!") decorative heavier liners....just set them right inside....and it is adorable.
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post #18 of 21

I make a lot of cupcakes and recently the liners have been coming off. Instead of wasting the "bad" cupcakes I get a $.50 spool of ribbon and tie a bow around each one. I know it's extra work but they look so much better and I'm not wasting them. I can't figure out why the liners won't stay on so I found the next best thing! It also adds and extra touch to the cupcakes.

 

Jess

post #19 of 21

Jesyca07 - that is a GREAT idea! I have a large order coming up soon and I have frozen the baked cupcakes, but that is a worry in the back of my mind, whether or not the liners will come off. Ribbons tied around are a great backup that wont be too time consuming and still look nice.

 

Thanks for the idea!

post #20 of 21
It only happens to me with the minis. Its quite annoying Because people seem to live the minis even though I charge more for them because they are such a hassle to make. I have tried everything and it's a 50/50 chance it will or will not happen.
post #21 of 21
Fill your liners 2/3 way full, only keep in pan for a minute then set on a wire rack to cool. Worked for me icon_smile.gif HTH
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