Wilton Recipe Right 24 Cup Mini Muffin Pan
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- 24 Cup Mini Muffin Pan
- Heavy-gauge construction provides even-heating performance
- Non-stick pan; built with all the right qualities for better baking results
- 15.8 x 10.5 x 0.8 inches; pan dimensions embossed on handles for easy reference
- Dishware safe; easy to clean
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Wilton Recipe Right Jumbo Muffin Pan
Recipe Right is constructed of heavy-gauge steel that provides an even-heating performance, baking experts prefer for perfectly-browned baked goods. The non-stick coating makes food release and clean-up a breeze!
Makes 6 Extra-Large Muffins
Make delicious cafe quality mega muffins using the Jumbo Muffin Pan. These over-sized muffins make a great on-the-go breakfast or casual morning snack. Use your favorite muffin or even cupcake recipes.
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Great size for muffins for brunches and large gatherings or for mini cheesecakes. Recipe Right is constructed of heavy-gauge steel that provides an even-heating performance, baking experts prefer for perfectly-browned baked goods. The non-stick coating makes food release and clean-up a breeze! 5 Year warranty.
Top Customer Reviews
We first ordered the Wilton Jumbo muffin pans to make our weekly egg muffins. This size allowed us to fill them with the veggies we desired without the overflow we experienced with a regular sized pan. This pan was so great and the non-stick so effective that it lead to this purchase of this size pan for regular muffins.
JUMBO size (highly recommend for egg muffins, if you like a lot of veggies in them)
We make muffins at least 1-2 times a week. We make egg muffins, corn muffins, apple/banana (with almond flour), cashew oatmeal muffins, etc. What we LOVE, is the non-stick factor. Our last pan was very old and no matter how much Pam spray or other type of coating we put into the muffin cups, the muffins would stick and the pan was a nightmare to clean. Now, we lightly spray the pan and the muffins pop out with ease and clean up is easy and fast. Would order again for sure.
I have been using White Standard Size Cupcake Paper Baking Cup Liners- 2'' x 1-1/4=4.5- 500/ pack and the everything I make just comes right out. I have spilled batter on the pan and when I washed it the stuck on batter came right off with barely any effort. Cooking spray also came right off. It really is a breeze to clean. I also put it in the dishwasher and it came out looking the same as brand new. I am pretty sure nothing would stick to this pan unless your making very low fat diet muffins.
I see some reviewers are complaining about a crack and that it is not one piece. I don't see the issue. I just went and took at look at my pan and I do see the edge they are talking about I do not see even one tiny fragment of food in the "crack".
This muffin pan, however, I would not but again. Please be aware, this is not a single-molded muffin pan, this is a die-cut and weld muffin pan, meaning that a sheet of aluminum had holes cut in it, then a machine welded the cups over the holes. The result is a small crease where food gets stuck, guaranteed every time. I can see this being okay for those that use muffin cups or some sort of liner, but what's the point in getting nonstick everything if you're just using it to catch muffin tops? You might as well just spray the top part of a regular tray and be done with it.
The food in the creases was a minor annoyance. The true problem I have with this product is the quality of the non-stick. After the first use, some food got stuck and I used a soft brush to scrape it out before placing it in the dishwasher (if you notice, the description clearly says "safe to use in dishwasher"). I used this item once a week for three weeks before it was done. The nonstick coating must have been washing off each time, as the second time presented a small challenge in removing the breakfast muffins, while the third time it was downright impossible to remove a single one whole. I got about half of the muffins out before I gave up, as I could just as easily scramble some eggs and put them in a tupperware container to get the same amount of food.
Don't waste your money or your time on this product. I recommend single-molded muffin pans, as these have no creases (these also came into play when removing the muffins the first time, as they would cling on for dear life at the creases).