Coffee Filters To Line A Round Pan

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crnewbold Posted 5 Oct 2019 , 7:33pm
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I just realized that a coffee filter fits almost perfectly in the bottom of an 8-inch round pan.  Has anyone used one to line a pan?  I usually use parchment but will gladly switch to coffee filters if they work.

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kakeladi Posted 5 Oct 2019 , 7:43pm
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Welllll in my mind it might stick to the cake once turned out.   Parchment or wax paper has a very different finish that allows it to be removed while warm.   I'm not sure a filter would come off w/o tearing some cake along with it.   Looks like another project for you or someone to try & report back for all of us :)

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MBalaska Posted 6 Oct 2019 , 3:23pm
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You can use butter stick wrappers, or wax paper if you're in a pinch, but not coffee filters, they would really stick.

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ypierce82 Posted 1 week ago
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I thought wax paper burned in the oven because it doesn't have a high melting point. I used it once because I didn't have parchment and started a fire in the oven lmao it wasn't funny then, but it is now.

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-K8memphis Posted 1 week ago
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if you cover it with cake batter you're fine -- if you try to bake cookies on it it will probably flame up --

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crnewbold Posted 1 week ago
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-K8memphis, are you referring to wax paper or coffee filters?

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MBalaska Posted 1 week ago
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Quote by @-K8memphis on 31 minutes ago

if you cover it with cake batter you're fine -- if you try to bake cookies on it it will probably flame up --


Exactly.

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