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Product Review: Muffin Liners

07 Jul

While I was at the Sydney Good Food and Wine Festival, I picked up some Muffin Tin Liners by Bakeliners. The product boasts being the ultimate non stick surface and is reusable. Both of these selling points caught my eye. A reusable non stick muffin liner means less paper and butter usage which I have to love from an ethical stand point and we all know how much I love making muffins!

I made some sourdough choc chip muffins to try them out – purely for the research, I assure you! The liners folded into the muffin tray easily thanks to the regular slits in the liner wall. I slopped the muffin mixture around in the liners to see if it would leak, but it held together just fine. I also purposefully over filled some muffin liners and put some up the sides.

After the muffins were cooked, I pulled them out of the oven. I let some cook totally while I took some out still hot. The result was always the same; the muffin liner just fell away from the muffin soon as it was removed from the muffin tray.

Washing up was a breeze. I just took the dirty muffin liner and swished it about in hot soapy water. Once they were dry, I couldn’t even tell the difference between the used and unused liners.

Verdict

I totally loved these liners. they were simple to use and easy to clean. They store well as they take no space at all in the cupboard. I will be using them for a very long time and am quite happy with the results.

You can buy them online at the Bakeliners website. They have a sale on at the moment where you can get 20% off the price. Use the coupon code: bake20.

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2 responses to “Product Review: Muffin Liners

  1. Three Well Beings

    July 7, 2012 at 2:06 pm

    I love these, Rhianna! I will be buying them soon…if I can’t justify them for myself quite yet, I can easily see them as a gift! I love a good product review, so thank you very much! Debra

     
  2. narf77

    July 8, 2012 at 2:46 pm

    They look like the sheets that I bought with my dehydrator that you can reuse over and over again. They also make them for cake tin liners which is something I have been thinking about lately as I ALWAYS have a bit of cake catch in the base no matter what I do!

     

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