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Fudge in mini-bundt pans

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I was wondering if anyone has tried to mold fudge in mini-bundt pans?  I'm thinking no matter how well I grease those pans, since they don't flex, the fudge may not come out?  Has anyone tried this?  I was wanting to decorate each little bundt of fudge to put in my Christmas baskets.

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How about lining the pan with foil or heavy-duty plastic wrap?  It may not take a full lining, even a couple of strips of foil might be enough to allow you to lift the finished fudge from the mold.  

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It would be a whole lot easier for you if you get a silicone mini bundt cake pan. I found this one online for $9.99. By the way great idea

http://www.buy.com/prod/freshware-6-cavity-mini-bundt-cake-silicone-mold-baking-pans-pack-of-2/221637977.html?listingId=141818737

 

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