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post #16 of 23
Can't be the pans for me. I use Williams-Sonoma Goldtouch.

Another factor we don't add... weather. I've noticed this, especially since I have been doing more work with confections. It can even affect my syrup for IMBC. I keep my ac on high when I have huge cupcake orders and keep the top off. The minis do seem to have more issues than the big ones.

I can control it, but it takes more work.
post #17 of 23
I have used Wilton liners as well as Cupcake Creations. I have never had the problem except the last time I baked some and the only thing I did differently was put them in tupperware container (had to leave home) and they were not completely cooled. I have to assume this is what caused this. icon_biggrin.gif
post #18 of 23
Hi Linda,
Where did you find the heavy duty pans? I can't seem to find them anywhere!
Thank you,
Tracy
post #19 of 23

I would also love a reason, but don't really think there is a concrete one.  I have baked four dozen cupcakes from the same batter, in the same wrappers, and in the same oven and had anywhere from 0-3 from each pan pull away.  So anything I've tried to decide was the culprit never held up.  I decided it was punishment for past sins. :)

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post #20 of 23

I thought we have to wait for the cakes to cool and remove it from the pan . I did that the liner still disintegrate. I doing vanilla cupcakes more of sponge texture . Not sure if its the mixture.

post #21 of 23

This is crazy! This just happened to me and it never has before. I read your comment "$100 the brand is Cupcake Creations" and i looked at the packaging and IT IS! The person i was making cupcakes for gave me these cups. I will NEVER use them again. All my hard work just went out the window... great!

post #22 of 23

I had the exact same issue tonight for the first time and I am making cupcakes for a wedding.  I was praising the Cupcake Creation liners last night because they don't fade and tonight when I opened the box to frost the cupcakes I was MORTIFIED that over half have the liners pulling away.  I am beside myself!

post #23 of 23

I've been baking professionally for over 12 years....this still happens to me periodically.  I think it's definitely a heat thing:  taking the cupcakes out before they're quite done, in the cheaper "home" version of cupcake pans, cooling too quickly tends to pull away more. Definitely a thinner paper liner is better bet.  We too, use the thin tulip liner and since switching to them have not had a problem.  Time to invest in some professional grade pans for home.  They are expensive but worth it.  And remember, if you find cute little liners that you simply must use but you know the cake will pull away, you can always use the thinner simple liner to bake in, then after they've cooled completely, pop them into the cute liner using a tiny drop of either royal icing, or a drop of Elmer's glue.  I know how frustrating this is....good luck.

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