Mini Cupcake Liner Issue!!

Baking By jewelerkrystal311 Updated 30 Aug 2011 , 12:36pm by MadMillie

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jewelerkrystal311 Posted 25 Aug 2011 , 5:13pm
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Hi all -- I have the regular white paper Wilton mini cupcake liners and just your standard mini cupcake pan... for some reason the liners don't fit into the pan or something, and they creat oddly shaped minis instead of the perfect minis you get from a store and whatnot.. any ideas on why this is? it's as if the papers are too big or something?

The photo below is the best photo I could find online to help understand what I'm talking the liners look crammed in-- however, even after baked, they are formed that way into the cake, making it awkward and not sitting on the table properly or anything. HELP!! Image thanks for photo

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aprilismaius Posted 29 Aug 2011 , 5:42pm
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Sometimes liners get stretched out, especially when they aren't packed in a rigid type of packaging and they are able to expand outwards. The way Wilton packages them encourages stretching and malformation. I order all of my mini liners from Australia now and they are always in perfect shape, never stretched out like those

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MadMillie Posted 30 Aug 2011 , 12:36pm
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I just had the same thing happen with the Wilton minis. I am throwing them out. They aren't greese proof either. I am probably going to order some of the Cupcake Creation liners.

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