This post may contain affiliate or advertiser links. Read my full disclosure policy here.I try to make muffins (or sweet breads) once a week around here, and cleaning up after making muffins can be such a pain in the...well, it can be a pain. The muffin mix drips all over the edges and then bakes itself on ever-so-nicely.
Wednesday, April 23, 2008
And trying to get the last little bit of yucks out of the bottom of the tin. Sigh.
So, I tried this little tip last week and it worked like a CHARM. I will so be doing this again. And if it worked for me, I might as well share it with you, right? I even took a picture I was so excited!
It's the little things that get to me. :)
1. Before you pour your muffin batter in, loosely lay a piece of tinfoil over the top of the muffin pan. Make a few slits in the tinfoil where the muffin openings are and then fold the tinfoil down into the muffin tin.
2. Spray the top with non-stick spray.
3. Place a muffin liner in each spot.
4. Pour your muffin mix in.
When you are done, your muffins pop right out and all you have to do is take the tinfoil off and rinse the tin. Yeah for no scrubbin'! :)