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post #21 of 22

How about those stand alone muffin cups

they are silver on the outside - I'm sure you could use the "paper separators" if you didn't wan't them to touch the foil.

I use these all the time intead of a muffin pan - just stick them on top of my stoneware 9x13 rectangle and fill with one of those little scoops.

Jill H.

(lucky mom to - Amelia 17, Camille 15, Evan 12 and Gracie "the gift" 10)
post #22 of 22

I was wondering if there was such a thing as glass muffin pans myself. I just Googled it and found this conversation. Didn't find glass muffin pans! I prefer to cook only with glass, stainless steel, cast iron or Corning Ware. I recently had the brilliant :) idea to try 1 cup wide mouth canning jars when I made brownies. Recipe called for a muffin pan, which is non-stick and I don't use it unless I use enviro-friendly paper liners. SO, I thought to myself maybe canning jars would work, they're only slightly bigger than the muffin pan. . . . and they worked wonderfully!! All I had to do was oil them. 

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