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How to line a cake tin in seconds..

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TealFanClub Sat 20-Jun-15 16:42:15

Go to Lakeland

Buy cake tin liners
www.lakeland.co.uk/p5550/Cake-Tin-Liners
Plonk in tin

Amen

IAmAPaleontologist Sat 20-Jun-15 16:51:34

grin

Any excuse for a Lakeland shopping spree.

I am rather amused by the fold and cut method being a revelation worthy of a video. My 95 year old grandmother does it that way and I've been doing it since I was old enough to be trusted with the scissors.

TealFanClub Sat 20-Jun-15 17:48:12

mumsnet videos are predictably domestic

MadameJulienBaptiste Sat 20-Jun-15 17:52:29

I get them from the £ ship for a quid! Loaf tin liners too.
those lake land ones are blummin expensive, I'd go back to faffing with greaseproof paper if I had to pay the much.

FruChristerOla Sat 20-Jun-15 17:58:45

Well ..... I love Lakeland and can witter on about their products endlessly. But I'm not sure why a Lakeland cake tin liner thread is in Site Stuff? confused

TealFanClub Sat 20-Jun-15 18:00:30

its a mumsnet video over there >>>>

Pipbin Sat 20-Jun-15 18:01:53

Because, Fru of the 'How to line a cake tin - in second' video is featured on the front page and the right hand side of the desktop site.

I though that too about the lakeland baking circles. I'd also argue that it's only base lining and not lining even.

FruChristerOla Sat 20-Jun-15 18:04:52

Ah, sorry, missed that blush, didn't realise you were commenting about the thingy on the right. Just thought you were linking to Lakeland - doh!!!

QueefOfTheSporned Sat 20-Jun-15 18:05:17

Poundworld sell cake tin liners. Round ones and loaf tin ones.

You're welcome grin

QueefOfTheSporned Sat 20-Jun-15 18:06:00

Or maybe it's Poundland. It's one of those anyway.

TiggyD Sat 20-Jun-15 23:24:37

I think I read in the Mail that lining cake tins too quickly gives you cancer.

DustBunnyFarmer Sat 20-Jun-15 23:26:12

I think I read in the Mail that lining cake tins too quickly gives you cancer.

LOLZ

mousmous Sat 20-Jun-15 23:28:49

what's wrong with just buttering the tin?

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