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Wilton Square Silicone Baking Cups, 12 Count
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- Set of 12 silicone baking cups in many colors and shapes
- Comes 6 blue and 6 green
- 2-Inch re-usable baking cups
- Dishwasher and oven safe
- Dishwasher Safe
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The not-very-square shape of the finish product brings my rating from 5 to 4 stars.
NOTE: since they pop off (vs. peeling off), serving a frosted cupcake in the cup for cuteness sake MAY result in cupcakes jumping out and landing frosting down on your lap (this only happened once, but I'd hate to have an entire birthday party's worth of kids crying over spilled cake!)
NOTE: colors were lighter in person, light blue and "grass" or "Kiwi" green.
NOTE: since they recommend letting the cake cool in the cup for quite a while, and most cupcakes are made two dozen at a time, consider buying two sets for quicker turn around.
I think they'd make cute condiment holders for parties as well, or on the plates of toddlers who like their food in little dishes. (They won't carry well, you couldn't hand a toddler one of these full of cheerios and expect them not to spill it- the sides are too flexible.)
Speaking of toddlers: With this little set of 12 square muffin cups and our Panasonic NB-G100P-S 7.2-Quart Flash Express 1300 Watt Infrared Toaster Oven, Silver, my toddler and I have discovered a new hobby: Baking the little 6-muffin prepared mixes from the grocery store. We can have hot fresh muffins for our "tea parties" in just ten minutes, without the expense and heat of firing up the big oven. We place the molds right onto the bars of the rack, which is why I think the hot air can circulate well enough to bake the muffins. I've never been able to do that in a toaster oven before.
The only thing I wish is that they were another color so I could use them more often for serving: red, for instance, would be fitting for several of our holidays when baking is often done. They do their job well, though, and I'm very happy with these little guys.
I'm a huge fan of (medical-grade) silicone in the kitchen for all kinds of purposes, from baking mats to ice cube shape trays to, obviously, muffin cups like these. The fact that I can reuse them makes me feel good about not wasting wax paper and paper muffin cups, and the colors are adorable and kick up the presentation of whatever I'm making. I made frittatas in these (...) and everybody kept telling me how cheerful they looked in the little cups.
I haven't had any problems with smell retention, but I would suggest that anyone who runs into that just toss them into a big pot and boil them for a little bit. Silicone is totally safe to boil, and that should get rid of any lingering smells, which are probably just due to oils.
They work well in my Lunchbot. I haven't had any issues cleaning them, and they fit pretty well in the spaces of a lunchbot, though you may have to be clever about fitting things in them if you use the smaller sections of your lunchbot. I'll include a picture of it in my lunchbot to give folks an idea of how I use them.
Later comments...have had this and others as mentioned above and used them all...I have not had a problem with discoloration or staining at all. I even use the the muffin pan and square cups to bake my brownies and cookie dough in. My son and husband like the nice squares and circles that are easy to grab for lunches, etc. We used cupcake liners (special Easter pattern) the first time and even though they were round, they adjusted to the squares just fine. I have since given the triangles and squares to my mom who says the liners work in the triangles fine also..they just sort of reshape themselves. Haven't used liners since, just shoot with a little Crisco spray. I usually drop them in my mixing bowl with some hot sudsy water and let them set for a while and then they clean up easily...haven't wanted to chase them around in the dishwasher ;-)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use these in my daughters lunch box and they work great for her home made lunchables. They fit perfectly in her 'easy lunchbox' and don't shift around as much as the round... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Crystal McCord
I use these as dividers in my son's lunch box containers. They're better than the round muffin cups for containers that have square edges. Read morePublished 2 months ago by naturalmama
Bought these to keep our lunchbots organized. They fit well side by side in most of their boxes and keep little foods separate and wet foods (like berries) from leaking into the... Read morePublished 3 months ago by CDub
We use these in our lunches and they work perfectly to keep food separated in the Tupperware.Published 3 months ago by A. Landholm
i purchased these as lunch dividers so I have not used them yet as baking cups. i can tell you they are sturdy and are excellent for dividers!Published 4 months ago by Avid Amazon Shopper
The cups are deeper than those advertised by Freshware (CB-3065C). I have not used them yet but I forsee no problem. Read morePublished 5 months ago by M Martin
I use the square ones way more then I anticipated I would! I use them as
Dividers in my children's lunch and I use them
Bake all the time! Read more
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