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PrairiePie Apr 30, 2012 05:21 PM

Has anyone used the Michael's paper loaf pans? It says no greasing, etc but it didn't work so well for me. Anyone tried this?

  1. todao Apr 30, 2012 06:06 PM

    I understand there are several manufacturers of this stuff; haven't tried it myself. But as long as it's sturdy enough to hold the batter/dough without collapsing it sounds to me to be worth a try.
    http://www.dailygrommet.com/products/...
    What sort of difficulty did you experience with it?

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      PrairiePie May 1, 2012 07:08 AM

      It did not release at all. I guess I will try again and grease them. I bought a bunch when they were on sale after Christmas so I hope they work!

    2. sarahjay Apr 30, 2012 07:58 PM

      I've only used them from Sur la Table or a restaurant supply store. They have PET lining which makes the baked goods release easily.

      1. Caitlin McGrath Apr 30, 2012 08:08 PM

        I've bought and used ones from cake-supply stores (same type Sur La Table and King Arthur Flour sell), and have always greased them. I consider them equivalent to silicone or nonstick-coated baking pans, which still need greasing, in my experience.

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