Friday, September 13, 2013
Kitchen Tip: Make Your Own Muffin Liners
Because I'm not the most patient (or remotely perfectionist) sort, I didn't cut each square out individually. I simply tore off a good size section of parchment and folded it over a few times until I had a roughly 5" square. Next, I cut all the way around the square and I was left with a stack of roughly square pieces of parchment.
Press each square down into the muffin cups, creasing or folding the edges slightly along the insides of the cup, so that the parchment folds into a cup shape. Don't try to make it perfect, it's just a wrapper to throw away. Drop a scoop of batter into each improvised cup and bake as directed.
My favorite part? The muffins slid right out of the parchment once they were baked. There was no sticky crumbling cupcake liner to mess with later. I doubt it took me five minutes to make a dozen liners and I love the way they look!
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