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post #1 of 13
Thread Starter 

I was just in NYC and saw a cupcake bakery that makes one bite cupcakes with no liner. They are the size of a quarter. Does anyone know what type of pan these could be made?

post #2 of 13

Are you sure they are actually baked in individually? I've done them with a tiny round cookie cutter and a single layer of sheet cake.

Way easier and faster than filling each little cup and popping each one out. You do waste some cake, but not a ton.

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post #4 of 13
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These were definitely individual cupcakes. Thanks K8memphis for the link for a possible pan. I'm not a fan of silicone but I'm doing to look into it and see if the measurements differ from my mini cupcake pan.

post #5 of 13

Everyone asks me the same question, too. I would use a silicone pan.

 

Yes, everyone, they're baked individually, not cut out in rounds. They're also filled, and they even have a tiny bit of frosting on top. I work in NYC and we have them often at the office, very very frequently. They're about the size of a quarter and we get them by the box (a pizza box that contains 100 of them). My favorite is peanut butter and jelly. They're bakedbymelissa (dot com) and they're $80 for 100 of them (yikes!). I need to eat about 10 of them to make up for one regular cupcake. But people go crazy about them...me included.

post #6 of 13

I have been looking for silicone pans that size too. I don't remember the other brands I've come up with, but there are really tiny forms made for pastry chefs. Some like these.

 

http://www.jbprince.com/flexipan-flexible-molds/flexipan-pomponettes-96-cavities.asp

 

I'm inclined to think they use something like that.

post #7 of 13

I make these all the time. They're really popular for baby showers.

I got my pan at WalMart. It's a very, very heavy metal pan and nothing sticks to it at all. I don't use a silicone pan or liner. They just fall right out when the pan is turned.

 

Just checked the pan, no brand name or anything on it. I've had mine for a few years, but I know I've seen them there recently.

post #8 of 13
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That is the bakeryin NYC that I saw them at. I looked at the silicone pan suggested but way out of my price range. I think I'll look at Walmart like someone suggested. I knew someone on CC would have the answers.

post #9 of 13
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Originally Posted by AndreasCakes View Post

I make these all the time. They're really popular for baby showers.

I got my pan at WalMart. It's a very, very heavy metal pan and nothing sticks to it at all. I don't use a silicone pan or liner. They just fall right out when the pan is turned.

 

Just checked the pan, no brand name or anything on it. I've had mine for a few years, but I know I've seen them there recently.

And they are smaller than the regular mini pans? I have looked all over for one like that, I hate baking with silicone.

I might have to brave Walmart... ugh. lol

post #10 of 13

Metal chocolate moulds make tiny cakes also ... mine are definitely smaller than mini0muffin trays ..

post #11 of 13
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Originally Posted by scrumdiddlycakes View Post

And they are smaller than the regular mini pans? I have looked all over for one like that, I hate baking with silicone.

I might have to brave Walmart... ugh. lol

They are. The regular mini size liners wont fit in the pan. They're not way, way smaller than regular minis, but definitely smaller.

post #12 of 13
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Originally Posted by -K8memphis View Post

maybe a silicone pan of minis

 

this says it is half the size of regular minis

 

http://www.casa.com/p/essentials-silicone-mini-muffin-pan-269600?site=CA&utm_source=Google&utm_medium=cpc_C&utm_term=ZPV-7361&utm_campaign=GoogleAW&CAWELAID=1309096334&utm_content=pla&adtype=pla&cagpspn=pla

 

these come in metal too

Hi there. I'm looking for a tiny cupcake tin to bake in too. I've seen the mini muffin silicone pans but they still seem to be too big for the mini cupcake cases. The cases look super small but i just cannot seem to find the tins for these anywhere.

post #13 of 13
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So I braved Walmart on a Saturday and got 2-no name mini muffin pans. They seemed smaller then the wilton one's I had. Did measurements.. a quarter which is the size I'm trying to find is 2.5 cm in diameter, this pan is 3cm diameter on bottom and top is 4.5 cm. So still too big.

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