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  • Wilton 415-9400 Easy Flex Silicone 2-Inch Reusable Baking Cups, 12 Count
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Wilton 415-9400 Easy Flex Silicone 2-Inch Reusable Baking Cups, 12 Count

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  • Set of 12 baking cups measuring 2 by 3 by 1-1/2 inches each
  • Food-grade silicone construction; internal fill lines eliminate guesswork
  • Resists stains and odors; ensures even heat distribution for superior baking
  • Use in standard muffin pan or place on cookie sheet or jelly roll pan for stability
  • Freezer, microwave, and ovensafe (up to 500 degrees F); dishwasher safe; limited lifetime warranty
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Wilton 415-9400 Easy Flex Silicone 2-Inch Reusable Baking Cups, 12 Count + Artisan (2 pk.) Non-Stick Silicone Baking Mat Set, 16 5/8" x 11 + Wilton 570-1121 Easy Flex 3-Piece Silicone Spatula Set, Blue
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Product Details

Size: PRIMARY
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2.8 x 5.6 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000FPX4GC
  • Item model number: 415-9400
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (212 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,083 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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An alternative to churning through hundreds of disposable paper muffin liners, this set of 12 baking cups can be used over and over again. The 2-by-3-by-1-1/2-inch cups fit in the cavities of standard metal or glass muffin pans, or they can be placed individually on a flat cookie sheet or jelly-roll pan for stability. Constructed of food-grade silicone that resists stains and odors, they deliver exceptional baking performance and even cooking for a variety of delicious treats--everything from birthday cupcakes and fresh breakfast muffins to individual brownies, mini cheesecakes, and more. In addition, the flexible cups ensure easy removal of baked goods or molded gelatins, and their crinkled edges impart that traditional muffin edging so popular in coffee shops and bakeries. While safe for use in the freezer, microwave, or conventional oven (up to 500 degrees F), the versatile baking cups can also be used to hold colorful candies, individual party favors, or multi-colored sprinkles and edible glitter while hosting a cookie-making party or decorating cakes. Best of all, they feature convenient fill lines that take the guesswork out of baking. Stackable for compact storage, the set of 12 baking cups (6 red and 6 blue) cleans up easily by hand or in the dishwasher and carries a limited lifetime warranty.


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Customer Reviews

Worked great and easy to clean.
Dustbunny
They're also easy to clean; I don't have a dishwasher, so I wash them all by hand, and all it really takes is a quick scrub and rinse.
J. Durren
These silicon baking cups are great for muffins.
Amy

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

162 of 166 people found the following review helpful By J-J-J-Jinx! VINE VOICE on October 20, 2007
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I am a big fan of silicone bakeware within its limitations. I thought these would be really great, and they are from a storage perspective and muffins/cupcakes don't stick but...if you leave them in these cups until they are totally cool, they will start to stick, so you don't really want to serve them in these even though they're really cute. :(

So, you take cupcakes out of the silicone cup, and then because they are so small they get dry really fast. If you were making a regular cupcake or muffin you would either put it in a paper liner that would hold some moisture in, or you wouldn't use a liner and the sides would be smooth so there isn't as much surface area to dry out.

Also, how do people wash these in the dishwasher? I can't find a way to do it that wouldn't have them falling down and being tossed about.

Cute and fun if you are making cupcakes or muffins that you eat immediately, otherwise I'll stick to individual foil cups or paper liners, or maybe try some of those silicone cups that have smooth (not pleated/fluted) sides.
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48 of 48 people found the following review helpful By delicateflower152 TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 9, 2009
Size Name: PASTEL
Last year, I reviewed Miu's Silicone Cupcake Baking Cups and rated those as a five star product. I stand by that review, but feel that Wilton's Silicone Baking Cups are equally as good. As previously stated, I bake fat-free breakfast muffins on a regular basis; they stick to paper cupcake papers so that one loses half a muffin to the paper. My daughter wanted to start using silicone baking cups for her breakfast muffins, but we were unable to find Miu again.

I found the Wilton baking cups to be thicker and even more sturdy than Miu; they are not nearly as flexible. There is little chance of the baking cups spreading from the weight of cupcake or muffin batter. This is particularly helpful if one must sit the cups on a cookie sheet to bake or if one is not using a deep silicone pan to hold the cups and batter for baking. The fill line is particularly nice when baking cupcakes as it allows one to put an equal amount of batter in each cup so that baking time does not vary within a batch of cupcakes/muffins.

There are several ways to address the other reviewers' issues with these silicone baking cups. I freeze my breakfast muffins and have found that if I allow my muffins to sit out for about 5 minutes and then carefully peel off the silicone baking cup, there is little to no baked good sticking to the cup. If some does stick, I simply fill the cup with water and allow it to sit for awhile before hand washing the cup. The second way is to put the muffin cups into your baking pan and then spray all of the cups with non-stick spray. Be sure to do this over your sink to avoid the mess of overspray. Then bake as directed by your recipe, allow the muffins to cool for 5 minutes and then turn out of the pan.
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72 of 75 people found the following review helpful By GC on October 25, 2009
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These are lightweight yet with a sturdy feel to them, easy to (hand)wash, stacks compactly and takes up very little space in the cupboard. No need to grease prior to use. The cupcakes baked evenly in them and popped out cleanly even after I let them cool down to almost room temperature. There's even an inner ridge (parallel to and approx. 0.375 inches below the rim) that one may use as a guide on how much mixture to put it so that the baked product does not overflow from the silicone cup.

The one drawback? It says on the product description that these are 3-inch cups. If one is inclined to generously round-off upwards they might be considered as 3-inch cups. Each of he cups in the set I received are 1.625 inches diameter at the bottom, 2.625 inches diameter at the top, and 1.25 inches deep.
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72 of 77 people found the following review helpful By mary e on June 22, 2007
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it seems like a good idea to have reusable baking cups. it eliminates the need to buy the paper ones, plus you can use them without the actual pan. the problem is they are very hard to clean. the cupcake batter slightly sticks to the baking cup and it is very hard to get off. i put it in the dishwasher and the residue of the cupcakes was still there. i soaked them in soapy water and THEN washed them in the dishwasher. most of it went away at that point, but what a pain. i think i will go back to the paper ones.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 22, 2008
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These are the perfect size muffin - not the giant Texas size you see in bakeries but bigger than bite size. Since I only bake gluten free, these are an inexpensive solution that solve many common problems.

1)I don't find cupcake papers expensive, but I hate that they stick to most GF muffins.

2)They wash up so easily that it's not a problem for those that don't have a dishwasher. Greasing muffin pans will ensure your muffin comes out, but cleaning the cups of the muffin tin isn't my idea of a good time.

3) They are super easy to store, a real plus for my Manhattan kitchen.

4) The silicone muffin pans I've bought all seem to think that bigger is better. The problem with that is that bigger isn't better when it comes to my hips!

I have made the same recipe with these liners using them two differnt ways. First by put them on small sheet pan and then using them as you would paper liners. They worked both ways, but I got a higher rise using them inside the pan. This is understandable since I was using a SCD recipe (almond flour based) so the batter is a bit on the heavy side. They didn't get too out of shape because while the batter pushed at the sides, the silicone is substantial enough that I didn't get what I call the "hockey puck" effect that some of the thinner silicone products produce.

I remove the liners prior to freezing only because I don't want to buy more than one set and I want to be sure my son's don't toss the liners as if they were disposable wrappers!
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