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Thank you both.It does sound like my "muffin" tins are the ones to go for then.I guess I have usually been making fairy cakes in the past.
Cupcakes are usually around 5cm across the bottom of the paper case, and just under 4cm high.
5foot5, i have tins for cupcakes that had a lable bun tin/muffin on it, little cakes are fairy cakes and are tiny. I find those tins are ideal and you picture looks like the size i make.
I have what I consider to be ordinary sized bun tins for little cakes.I also have some muffin tins which are larger and for - well muffins obviously!I want to try this recipe Cupcake recipe which I think must be American. She refers to them as cup cakes but in the directions talks about using a muffin tray.Thing is I am not entirely sure how a cup cake differs from a normal cake and whether when an American recipe says a muffin they mean the same as someone from the UK.I thought I could make the mixture then try to guess by looking at it which sort of tray to use, however I want to buy some pretty paper cases specially so I need to guess which to buy.What does anyone think? Big muffin or little cake?
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