As long as you have a roll of parchment paper in your kitchen, you never need to worry about having muffin or cupcake liners again. Especially not when these liners are so very pretty! If you’re making treats for a party or to say thank you to someone special, I can’t think of a better way to send them over the top than this. No one needs to know how easy they really are.
I always assumed that making café-style muffin liners like these required some tricky origami or, at the very least, special papers available only through a fancy baking outlet. Nope. All you need is regular parchment paper. Cut the parchment into squares and then press them around a mold that’s roughly the same size as your muffin cup — in my case, a small can of V8 juice did the job quite nicely.
I like five-inch squares of parchment for regular-sized muffin cups. If you make jumbo muffins or cupcakes, or if you want some extra-fluttery bits, make six-inch squares.
What Can You Use These For?
These liners work equally well for cupcakes, muffins, or anything else you might want to bake inside a muffin tin. Oh, and don’t worry if you smudge a little batter on the edges as you’re filling the cups — these are easy to rub or pick off after baking and won’t leave marks on the paper.
Sound easy enough? I, myself, feel like a changed woman. I’m all about the shortcuts for making baked treats look extra fancy, and I am very happy to have this particular trick in my pocket.
How To Make Muffin Liners out of Parchment Paper
Small jar or can
Source : thekitchn