Has anyone ever used non-skid shelf liner in a box to transport cupcakes? I have to transport 3 dozen cupcakes and do not have a cupcake box. I read that the shelf liner works good. I just thought I'd get an opinion from someone who has tried this. Or does anyone have another easy suggestion?
I might put the shelf liner under the box so the box doesn’t slide in the car and nothing wrong with putting it in the box but it won’t stop them from tipping over and rolling around — they need to be snug in the box —
how many cupcake pans do you have? you can prevent tipping/rolling of however many will fit in there — surely you can find some kind of plastic containers to hold the rest snugly or a cake pan — if it’s not snug, you need to add some crumpled foil or paper to secure them —
cupcakes aren’t really easy — they are picky and tedious but so tasty
I did once — used shelf liner in the box & under it Don’t remember how many cupcakes but it was a 1/2 sheet box
This is what I do...Use your muffin pan, place a sheet of foil over the back side & press down over each "cup". You can use your hand , a glass or I usually use another muffin pan. Take foil off the pan, flip it over & you have nice little cups for your cc's to set in. Place this in your box.
Thanks K8memphis I had to make 200 one time. I had to find a way to deliver them without the cc's sliding around. A 9x13 will hold 1 doz and the 11x15 box 2 doz. when you use the foil tray. The foil takes up a little room but at least they don't slide around. :)
you so smart!
Ditto what -K8memphis said, BRILLIANT! There is such a wealth of knowledge by the members on this site!