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post #16 of 18
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Here is what I found with my recipe in a couple of days of baking in the Nova Cart disposables - 

 

the side of the Panettone "pans" are too flexible.  They do hold the batter but deform during baking.  Release from the brownie is good.moldp9040.jpg

 

the E Series with the clear dome lids is the cutest of the packaging and the one I want to use.  Sadly, the brownies totally stick.  There is virtually NO release at all.  I even tried greasing the pans and that made it worse.  ::sigh:: going to try on more experiment today.

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So far the best by far has been the Optima series.  Side walls are firm and release is excellent.  Unfortunately it will require a clamshell, so double packaging, but no depanning.  It may still be worth it.

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post #17 of 18

I use the top ones for mini cheesecakes, and don't remember them deforming - but cheesecake batter is more fluid than brownie batter.

 

The middle ones I use for fudge.  I'll have to try my brownie recipe in them and see if mine sticks.  Could you line that one with a parchment square?

 

The bottom one I use for mini pies.

 

Wish the middle one would have worked for you, because those lids come in handy.

 

Liz
 

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post #18 of 18
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Eureka!  Pam to the rescue on the middles one with the domes lids.  Pan grease did not work, but spray Pam did!

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