What I do if I buy $$$$ liners is: I will put the expensive liner in the muffin cup tin 1st, then the cheapie one next. I buy a lage sz of the $$$ one, medium sz of the cheapie so it "fits" nicely inside the $$$ one. The cheapie absorbs most of the oil, leaving the $$$$ pretty much intact. Also, if I know I am using my batter for cupcakes, I do cut back on the amount of oil used. Each individual cupcake doesn't need that much oil as compared to a whole cake. That way, you don't end up with that "greasy" liner. Hope this helps..... :o)
i buy cheap linners, and if i want them deco liners just drop your cupcake in that ! after they are baked ! dont bake in the deco liners !
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bake in the cheap liners , than put the cupcake or muffin w/ the cheap liner its baked in rite into the deco liner , its better than baking in the deco linner ! and makes it look like xtra care in displying your cupcakes with the pretty outer linner !
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