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Foil Flan Cases for Baking?

(4 Posts)
SAHRum Sun 28-Apr-13 11:07:34

great thanks for the tips!

januaryjojo Sat 27-Apr-13 20:03:45

I used similar to do my daughters cake. Mainly to save time, as I only had one tin the right size.

I lightly oiled them, including the sides and put a disc of non stick paper in the base.

Cakes came out perfectly, didn't stick at all. And stacked nicely, there was a slight slope to the edges but I found it ok, you could always trim them straight if you wanted too.

nextphase Sat 27-Apr-13 19:11:09

not sure how easily the cake will come out afterwards - suspect the mixture will work its way into the crinkled edge.

Also, are the edges vertical or sloped? if sloped, will the cake stack OK if required?

SAHRum Sat 27-Apr-13 17:54:38

Can I use foil flan cases like these for baking sponge cake? I have 2 proper cake tins but can't be arsed doing it 3 lots.

What do you think?

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