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Does anyone bake in these? I'm wanting to bake individual brownies but know that brownies stick uncontrollably to cupcake liners. Those do not work. I have tons of pans, but I have ongoing large orders and will not have the tome to depan.
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post #2 of 18

I really like them, but have trouble getting the clear lids on when I use them for fudge.  I wonder if the baking makes the pan shrink slightly for the clear lid to fit on properly?

 

Overall, I think they are super.  You can get them cheaper direct from Novacart than you can from Bakedeco, where I found them first.

 

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post #3 of 18
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So does the fudge stick at all?  Are they coated with something?  I'm concerned about the brownies because the high sugar content makes them more likely to stick.

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post #4 of 18
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Originally Posted by leah_s View Post

So does the fudge stick at all?  Are they coated with something?  I'm concerned about the brownies because the high sugar content makes them more likely to stick.

Leah, I use several Nova Cart disposable pans. I LOVE them. I don't panspray and I've never had any problems. I use a brownie recipe that comes right off the paper. But every recipe is different. Look through their online catalog and note the product numbers. Then call and ask for samples. 

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post #5 of 18

Yes, the ones I am talking about are dark brown, with a clear glaze over the entire inside.  Fudge does not stick at all.  I've baked in them before, too, and I don't remember having any problems.

 

Here is the info from their website:

 

E Series
Our new line of baking molds has a poly-coated interior which provides a better release characteristic. The molds with an asterisk (*) have an optional clear plastic lid which are NOT bakeable.

 

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post #6 of 18

You don't have the ability to freeze them to release from your pans?

post #7 of 18
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Stitches, the volume I'm baking in means that as a pan comes out of the oven another pan goes in.  By pan I mean two half sheets of the NovaCart baking cups.  With two ovens going all the time.  And the entire freezer needs to be full of packaged brownies all the time.  

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post #8 of 18

Well somebody sure likes brownies! :)

 

Do you think you will freeze them without the lids, and then add those after you thaw?

 

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post #9 of 18
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Stitches, the volume I'm baking in means that as a pan comes out of the oven another pan goes in.  By pan I mean two half sheets of the NovaCart baking cups.  With two ovens going all the time.  And the entire freezer needs to be full of packaged brownies all the time.  

Wow, good for you!!! Might be time to buy another freezer and a bigger oven to give you some relief with your production. Such a great problem to have.

post #10 of 18

Leah - Do you mind me asking what you market those 4 x 4 pans of brownies as?  Do you call them a mini pan, or do you say they are 1 serving or 2 servings?  I ask because I have a very decadent (read expensive) brownie recipe, and mine run around $4 for a 3 x 3 square.  I didn't think I could get away with baking and selling it in those pans for the price I would have to charge (over $7).

 

Thanks,

 

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post #11 of 18
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Im not using 4 x 4 pans. I currently make them in a jumbo cupcake tin (not the Texas size). I get $4 for an Oreo version and $5 for a Bourbon ball version.
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post #12 of 18

OK, thanks!

 

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post #13 of 18
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Just ordered some samples from NovaCart.  Wow!  They were informative and nice on the phone.  So far, this is customer service the way its supposed to be.

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post #14 of 18
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Im not using 4 x 4 pans. I currently make them in a jumbo cupcake tin (not the Texas size). I get $4 for an Oreo version and $5 for a Bourbon ball version.

A bourbon ball brownie sounds like the most amazing thing on the face of the earth.

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post #15 of 18

I think we need samples, Leah. May I send you my address?

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