I’ve been seeing more and more of these little parchment paper cups used to hold muffins and I wanted to try making some myself. It’s not hard at all and much less expensive than buying them (which, if you really wanted to, you could buy some here).
Here’s what I did:
I cut parchment paper into squares using my paper cutter. It has to be parchment paper. Wax paper will do you no favors. Aluminum foil will affect the heat on the muffin. Parchment paper is your paper of choice. Don’t have any? Get some! You’ll love it!
And there you have it!
I used a cookie scoop to fill the papers with a Multigrain Muffin batter.
And there they are! All dressed up! Ready for breakfast! I tied some baker’s twine around a few (see the first photo) and left the rest on their own. But if I were doing this for a brunch or something a little fancy, I would definitely add the twine to them all. I just didn’t think my guys, in their zeal to consume muffins, would appreciate it enough.
A few blog updates:
First of all…thank you, thank you, thank you for stickin’ around. I am so flattered how many of you are still showing up here!
Second of all…I added two new tabs next to “home” at the top of the page. Check them out! I’ll soon be adding an ‘Andrew’ tab and and an ‘Isaac’ tab and perhaps a ‘favorite projects’ tab.
Thirdly…. there are two new buttons after each post. One button is a link that will email a post for you (you know those ones you are dying to share!) and the other is mere a “like it!” button (thinking of you, Vanessa!). If you like this post but don’t want to go on and on about muffin wrappers in the comments section, you can just “like it”!
In fact, I hope you do!
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