How do you avoid your cup cake liners from
Looking greasy and loosing the color or the design
Of the cup cake liner. I have tried not sparing the
Cup cake liner and it didn't work :/
I bought a pack of 500 white liners from GSA a while back (don't remember the brand, but they were very inexpensive). Not only does the grease leak through, but thye all "bloomed" so much the minute I opened the package that I couldn't get them into my cupcake tins without the edges overlapping on themselves, which makes your cupcakes look awful. So I plunked down some money for better ones and it helped all around.
Yeah, I had a customer bring me the liners she wanted to use; cute teal and hot pink ones with polka dots. They were so "splayed out" I couldn't get them in the pans without making several overlap creases! So aggravating! They were Wilton. After baking, they looked horrible. That's why I almost never agree to make cupcakes.
I think mine were probably from Wilton, too. Oh, well. I found some really cute ones in several solid colors and in gold and silver metallic from my neighborhood cake supply shop and they've been a great success.
Ok, I've been blasted a couple of times for suggesting these because they are a little pricey, but Hobby Lobby carries a brand of cupcake liners called "Cupcake Creations". They are grease-proof. I don't have to use two and I haven't had any problems with them separating from the cuppie or the design fading. Let the cuppie cool in the pan for about 5 mins. then remove and cool completely.