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Pam cooking spray is great!

post #1 of 29
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I usually grease my pans with crisco and then flour them and I have never had a sticking problem. So, skeptical me used "Pam spray with flour for baking" the other day and it worked like a charm! Just an FYI.
post #2 of 29
Crisco also makes a cooking spray with flour in it. At Wal-Mart is even cheaper then Pam!! FYI
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post #3 of 29
I am not sure how to bake a cake without using this Pam with Flour. I just love it and it is so much easier and faster. Not to mention cleaner.
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post #4 of 29
I use the Pam baking spray and LOVE it!!
post #5 of 29
Yea, for the longest time I would only use Crisco and flour and I took a chance on baker's joy. I love it!!! Now I use the crisco spray, cause it's even cheaper and works exactly the same. So much easier and not near as messy.
post #6 of 29
I ditched the baking sprays b/c I always ended up with a crispy edge around the top. Do none of you ever experience the crunch factor?
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post #7 of 29
Even cheaper is to make your own by mixing equal parts of oil, crisco and flour ( I use 1 c.of each). Toss it all in the mixer on medium speed until well blended. Put it in an airtight container and store in the fridge....pull it out when ready to use and with a pastry brush, just brush it on to coat the entire pan. It's great, cheap and no messy overspary!
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post #8 of 29
i hate the whole grase and flour thing, so i found this canola oil spray thing..kind of like regular pam, but it says with canola oil and i only use that...works like a charm...EVERY TIME!!
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post #9 of 29
I have some non-stick pans that I bought at Williams Sonoma. I couldn't get anything to come out of them without sticking and tearing up. I went to the store and asked them what I was doing wrong. They suggested using the spray with oil and flour in it. Of course, they wanted me to buy theirs at $7 a can. Baker's Joy and the Crisco one works just as well if not better.
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post #10 of 29
bubblezmom, I got the crunch factor too but I use the bake even strips and I always end up having to cut off the tops anyway.

Yet another product I love is the Wilton cake release stuff. It works just as well as the spray. The only bad thing is that I don't have a pastry brush that doesn't shed.
post #11 of 29
krissy_kze - have you seen the new silicone pastry brushes?... no shedding!
post #12 of 29
I use the Wilton cake release too... I may have to try the sprays though... sounds even faster and easier.
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post #13 of 29
a pastry brush that doesn't shed?! I have to get me one of those!!
post #14 of 29
I swear by Pam. That is all I have ever used.
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post #15 of 29
I've always used Bakers Joy until a few months ago when I saw Pam and it was on sale....I also had a coupon, so of course I had to try it, I mean that's a no brainer, right?! The Pam sprays a lot more even than the Bakers Joy! When I ran out of Pam, so did the grocery store, so I tried Crisco. Crisco was good, but like the Bakers Joy, it didn't spray as even as Pam. This week, the store had Pam on sale, and yep, I had a coupon, so I bought 3 cans, so I don't run out any time soon!!!
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