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    silicone cupcake liners

    grandmak53916
    Fri Oct 19, 2012 11:58 am
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    I am looking for reviews on the single silicone cupcake liners. Need pros and cons.[/i]
    **Tinkerbell**
    Fri Oct 19, 2012 7:55 pm
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    grandmak53916 wrote:
    I am looking for reviews on the single silicone cupcake liners. Need pros and cons.[/i]


    Hi grandmaK! Welcome to Gadgets wave.gif

    We've had a couple discussions about the silicone bake ware and utensils. I know I'm not alone in not liking the silicone bake ware. I have used the cupcake liners specifically and they were a total pain to clean. I mean, they didn't come clean at all until I had washed by hand, washed in the dishwasher, and scrubbed by hand again.
    The other downfall was that I only got 6 in the package and I never make just 6 cupcakes. icon_confused.gif
    They worked great for things like mini cupcake lasagnas, meatloaves and spaghetti cupcakes, but I won't ever use them for cupcakes again.

    Here are some links to the past threads so you can get other opinions as well. icon_smile.gif If you do give them a try, please feel free to come back and let us know about your experience.
    Hope this helps!
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