Silicone muffin Pan

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The first weekend I had this I made several different items. First I wanted to make some single portions of jello. And this worked fine, only thing I would do different is next time I will run a small amount of coconut oil on the inside of the Silicone cups. After a couple hours in the fridge I popped them out and washed it and moved on to baking some pecan muffins. Once again this worked great. I did use coconut oil on each Silicone cup and I had no sticking at all. They baked at the time recommended in the recipe. No problems. I also used this Silicone tray to make some individual egg or omelette muffins. This time I sprayed some cooking oil in each one to prevent sticking. Baked according to instructions and had no issues getting these out of the pan. As you can see in the attached pictures. The only thing you need to always remember is to use a baking sheet. You must put this Silicone Tray on a baking sheet prior to filling up the individual cups. Otherwise you will have an interesting trip trying to carry this.
This is heat resistant for this Silicone muffin and cupcake tray isĀ  up to 450 degress Fahrenheit. It is dishwasher and freezer safe. I did have it in the dishwasher with no problems. This would be a great Silicone tray for freezing portion sized meals too. Haven’t used it for that yet.

You can check out some pictures here. https://www.facebook.com/diane.hofermontano/posts/10154558847218482?pnref=story
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