I own two silicone 10" cake rounds (actually, they are 9 & 1/2"), and two silicone regular sized muffin cups pans. All are new, red, and are going to be given to my dogs as chew toys in the next few days.
I'm not losing my hair, but I have been pulling it out recently. I ruined two Bishop Cakes and two dozen chocolate chip cookie muffins yesterday. These nonstick silicone things stuck to everything.
I was all excited when I got these things a few months ago. The cupcake pans were from my sister. I went out and bought the cake rounds. Blah! I hate them!
Can someone walk me through the procedure on how to make a successful product with these? I was looking at my regular metal bakeware and was like apoligizing
to them yesterday. Why did I try to fix something that wasn't broken? :(
I cleaned them, dried them, sprayed them with pan release, and then baked in them. Results? No good.
Should I have waited till they were COMPLETELY cooled off before trying to remove them? I didn't. But then again, I never do that. I cool my products on my wire racks. Thats what they are for. Grrrr.... Someone help me!!!!!!!!!!