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Friday Favorite: Parchment Paper Muffin Liners

(2 Pack) Standard Paper Cupcake Liners / Baking Cups, 60-ct / Box

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  • Instead of spending extra money on unbleached parchment muffin liners, or when I want to make some baked treats and I don’t have any, I just cut some parchment from the roll and make some rustic liners in about 5 minutes with this method. Using unbleached parchment liners not only protects your healthy treats from metals while baking, it keeps chlorine and strange dyes (from decorated muffin liners) out of your food, too. Don’t worry, you can still use adorable, colorful liners for parties, etc. Just bake in parchment first, see how easily the treats separate from the paper, and set the baked treats in the colorful liners. Or better yet, nest the rustic liner into the colorful one for a layered effect. You may never go back to baking treats without unbleached parchment again.

    Instead of spending extra money on unbleached parchment muffin liners, or when I want to make some baked treats and I don’t have any, I just cut some parchment from the roll and make some rustic liners in about 5 minutes with this method. Using unbleached parchment liners not only protects your healthy treats from metals while baking, it keeps chlorine and strange dyes (from decorated muffin liners) out of your food, too. Don’t worry, you can still use adorable, colorful liners for parties, etc. Just bake in parchment first, see how easily the treats separate from the paper, and set the baked treats in the colorful liners. Or better yet, nest the rustic liner into the colorful one for a layered effect. You may never go back to baking treats without unbleached parchment again.

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    Making your own parchment paper muffin liners requires you to begin by cutting the paper into 5x5 squares. Make parchment paper muffin liners with help from a baker with an entertainment background in this free video clip.

    Expert: Melissa Randall
    Filmmaker: Marton Varo

    Series Description: There is certainly no shortage of wonderful desserts that you can quickly and easily make right in the comfort of your own kitchen. Get tips on bringing sweet treats into your home with help from a baker with an entertainment background in this free video series.

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    Making your own parchment paper muffin liners requires you to begin by cutting the paper into 5x5 squares. Make parchment paper muffin liners with help from a baker with an entertainment background in this free video clip.

    Expert: Melissa Randall
    Filmmaker: Marton Varo

    Series Description: There is certainly no shortage of wonderful desserts that you can quickly and easily make right in the comfort of your own kitchen. Get tips on bringing sweet treats into your home with help from a baker with an entertainment background in this free video series.

  • No not the muffins this time but the cute little muffin liners. I saw these over on recently. I have NOT been able to get them out of my head. So when I realized last night I only had enough sugar for one recipe of banana bread, I knew it had it become muffins. Since these muffins were gifts for the Vacation Bible School teachers (6 teachers between 2 kids!) and that was all I was making, they needed to look cute so I decided this was my excuse to try these parchment paper muffin liners. And then I started praying I didn’t mess them up since I didn’t have more sugar to make more! aye.

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Instead of spending extra money on unbleached parchment muffin liners, or when I want to make some baked treats and I don’t have any, I just cut some parchment from the roll and make some rustic liners in about 5 minutes with this method. Using unbleached parchment liners not only protects your healthy treats from metals while baking, it keeps chlorine and strange dyes (from decorated muffin liners) out of your food, too. Don’t worry, you can still use adorable, colorful liners for parties, etc. Just bake in parchment first, see how easily the treats separate from the paper, and set the baked treats in the colorful liners. Or better yet, nest the rustic liner into the colorful one for a layered effect. You may never go back to baking treats without unbleached parchment again.