Sillicone Bakeware

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  1. GymClassHero

    GymClassHero Silver Member

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    They are selling sillicone bakeware in Aldi so i thought i would buy a loaf tray - que the over eager baking of weetabix fruit loaf 2 days on the trot! lol

    Anyway - ive never used them before and they are brilliant! They are totally non stick so you dont have to mess about with parchment or greaseproof paper.

    I think im going to invest in some muffin cases and sandwich 'tins'. Does anyone use these and what are they like for making muffins?
     
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    Sticky I will succeed!!!

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    I agree! I have silicone cup cake moulds and all my utensils are silicone too - I even have a ring to fry eggs and some that float to pach them in.

    the cup cake moulds are fab! Well worth £3.99 per 6!!! (well mine were that)

    Love them! Don't stain, get hot or degrade.

    Thanks for the tip though - don't have a loaf tin x
     
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    They had loads of different ones in Aldi, and they were all about £3.99 as well.

    The egg thing sounds fab - where did you buy that from?
     
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    Might have to check out my local Aldi, thanks for the tip!
     
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    Our Asda are selling these as well, but as I'm not a baker (and never was) I didn't check the prices.
    That said, the OH loved the cous cous cake I made earlier, so maybe I should investigate. Can you use these in the microwave?
     
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    <3 Aldi, <3 Silicone Bakeware. Double win \o/

    Thx for bringing it to our attention :D
     
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    I got them from a local store to me. I'll pop in and get the company name as you'll be able to get them online. The ring is just a red ring with a lifting tab. The poachers are little hald cracked egg shapes rubbery moulds. They float and slowly (and perfectly) poach eggs :)

    I'll try to find out this week what they are called for you x
     
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    I bought a silicone cake tin in Morrisons yesterday. Haven't used it yet. Been meaning to make scan bran chocolate cake.
     
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    I love the silicone stuff, the quark and courgette muffins are yummy when made in my lovely lilac muffin tin ... gonna pop to aldi though, I could do with more things

    thanks for tip
     
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    I have a silicone muffin tray, cost me a fortune ages ago, it's a Jamie Oliver one and cost at least a tenner. I was robbed.......

    It is fab though and If I pop by Aldi I'll get a loaf tin. Thanks GCH
     
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    Asda are selling them 2 for £8, cake and loaf tins etc. They also do individual fairy cake cases 12 for £3 something, I bought some at the weekend but haven't used them yet, so pleased to be hearing they are good.
     
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    Ooooh fab - thanks hun!
     
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    I love silicone baking stuff.
    I have round muffin silicone tin, and a heart shaped one, which is so cute! That one was about a fiver, which is more than all my other bits, but it was the cuteness I was going for! I am planning to do my weetabix cake in heart-shaped muffins next time, see how they work out! :D I have a round cake tray too, which is a bit too big for my weetabix cake, but I've only got a metal loaf tin (which I can't microwave, obviously!) so I might just pop there tonight for a loaf tray! Woohoo!

    Good tip thanks!
     
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