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Increase your baking capacity by using an upside-down pan as an extra cooling rack. The space between the molds lets the cool air flow freely. The Holidays, Belle Rings, Muffin Tins, Baking Mood, Dinners Belle, Muffins Pan, Muffins Tins, Cooking Tips, Photo
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Grater as Muffin Saver - Revive burned muffins and cookies by running the charred bottoms lightly across the grater to help them rise from the ashes. Your baked goods will look golden brown, even if you forgot to set the timer.
The OXO Salad Spinner is an OXOnian favorite! Now, thanks to a great idea from Real Simple, it just got even better! We love their idea of using the bowl from our Salad Spinner to make an attractive Cake Dome.
Aluminum Foil as Muffin Tin Liner - Shield a muffin tin from burned-on batter drips by laying a foil sheet across it, snipping an X over each cup, then popping in liners.
Parchment Paper as Muffin Tin Liner - When you're out of those pastel (and predictable!) paper guys, line each cup with a large square of parchment, allowing for ample overhang for a fresh-from-the-bakery look.