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Spring form tins...

(5 Posts)
SillyTilly123 Tue 20-Aug-13 20:24:52

I've already had a go and it came out lovely. In fact best cake ive ever done (just had cheapy ones before)

I use springform tins for all cakes, inc a choc cake that has an almost liquid batter!

ShellyBoobs Tue 20-Aug-13 19:38:06

I've used spring form tins with very runny recipes.

I think if they're decent quality, you won't have too much trouble.

MikeLitoris Tue 20-Aug-13 18:17:51


I use them all the time. Never had a problem.

I use sprinf form and loose bottom.

Prefer the loose ones but I think that is because they were a bit more expensive.

Im sure they will be fine.

SillyTilly123 Tue 20-Aug-13 13:25:32

So thought i'd buy some of these without doing any research, and now they are here and i've just read you cannot use them for normal cakes? I'm wanting to make a tiered birthday cake (2 tiers) and usually just use a victoria sponge or madeira cake recipe. Would these work or be too runny to use in a spring form?

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