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post #16 of 22
I tried using Bakers Joy a few years ago but and for some reason I didn't like it. I can't remember why. But it didn't stick.
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post #17 of 22
I use shortening in my pans, let them cool for about half hour and take them out.
post #18 of 22
I mix up homemade cake release....

Equal parts flour, oil and shortening. Mix in the mixer until its creamy. Store in an airtight container.

I usually will line my pans with parchment and collar them. But when I don't, this cake release works VERY WELL! I never have stuck cakes anymore.
post #19 of 22
I use mixes a fair amount and usually DH is my cake mix of choice. I am also using Wilton pans. I used to use regular Pam with nothing else and now and then might get a little sticking in the middle. Pam recently came out with a Pam for Baking spray. It has flour in it. Works great and no more sticking.
post #20 of 22
I use boxed mixes ever since I moved to states, only because I live at high altitude, and I find baking from scratch here can be very inconsistent.... I don't have the time to do that!!!
However no pan goes in my oven without a liner... another time saver...that way I have no problem with sticking.
I love scratch baking but I have never had a problem with cakes made from mixes. I say it is what ever works for you where you are and your own time or *Children* constraints are lol! icon_biggrin.gif
If at first you don't succeed... Sit on the floor and cry, and then try, try again.
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If at first you don't succeed... Sit on the floor and cry, and then try, try again.
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post #21 of 22
I use boxed mixes ever since I moved to states, only because I live at high altitude, and I find baking from scratch here can be very inconsistent.... I don't have the time to do that!!!
However no pan goes in my oven without a liner... another time saver...that way I have no problem with sticking.
I love scratch baking but I have never had a problem with cakes made from mixes. I say it is what ever works for you where you are and your own time or *Children* constraints are lol! icon_biggrin.gif
If at first you don't succeed... Sit on the floor and cry, and then try, try again.
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If at first you don't succeed... Sit on the floor and cry, and then try, try again.
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post #22 of 22
I have also use DH And always use parchment paper, and never had a problem, But I would like to ask a question. I have never used wax paper in a pan. Something tells me that I read somewhere that wax paper was never to be used is that true? I would like to know. Cuz plenty of times I ran out of parchment paper and ran out to get it, Guess I`ll try that, If most you have used it. Thanks.
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