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Mini cupcake liners vs American mini liners

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Hi everyone!

I need some help on cupcake liners. I'm from the uk and I can seem to find mini liners that fit nicely into my mini Wilton cupcake pans. They are way too short di my cupcakes always spill over the edge of the liners. They look very neat and cute but they are then too big when placed in boxes and the cakes end up touching.

I've noticed on dc cupcakes that their mini cupcakes look a nice size. Would these be the American sized mini liners?

Any advice would be lovely!!

Thank you so much in advance xxxxxx
post #2 of 3
Can u pour less batter in the pans to make them rise less?
post #3 of 3
Hi Cream,

I don't think it is a UK issue. I have the problem too. Here is my solution:

Find the pan you like. Then take the dimensions (height and bottom width). Now go to the bulk sites and find the size you need. The bigger sites will have the dimensions. Even if you are a home baker, these quantities are not huge. Personally, I stick with higher quality parchment liners. I'm not sure if they ship to the UK, but I use The Bakers Kitchen and Charming Creations. I think they sell the same products but in different sizes because the feel and look is identical.
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