In addition to paper, cupcake liners may be made from very thin aluminum foil or, in a non-disposable version, silicone rubber. Because they can stand up on their own, foil and silicone liners can also be used on a flat baking sheet, which makes them popular among people who do not have a specialized muffin tin. Some of the largest paper liners are not fluted and are made out of thicker paper, often rolled at the top edge for additional strength, so that they can also stand independently for baking without a cupcake tin. Some bakers use two or three thin paper liners, nested together, to simulate the strength of a single foil cup.
Individual patty cases, or cupcake liners, may be used in baking. These are typically round sheets of thin pressed into a round, fluted shape. Liners can facilitate the easy removal of the cupcake from the tin after baking, keep the cupcake more moist, and reduce the effort needed to clean the pan. The use of liners is also considered a more sanitary option when cupcakes are being passed from hand to hand. Like cupcake pans, several sizes of paper liners are available, from miniature to jumbo.
EXCELLENT DIY! Couldn’t find tulip cupcake liners for my King muffin tins but with your tutorial, I was able to surmise that a 9×9 parchment sheet would work and it sure did!! Thanks for the lesson!
At that moment, the last thing I want to do is trek back to the store. But if I'm lucky, there's a way to make do with what IÂ have at home, and the bonus is that IÂ feel extra thrifty when it's all said and done. For cupcake liners, there's an easy fix: A pair of scissors and a couple sheets of parchment paper is all you need to make these tulip-style liners at home, on those days when you're out of the store-bought variety and the Â or muffinÂ batter's mixed and ready to go.
Brown Cupcake Liners - 500 Count
White Cupcake Liners - 600 count