Lining pans with parchment paper can be somewhat of a PITA, admittedly!
I'll show you a really easy and fast way to do this with a minimum of scissor-action.
My brownie pan here is about 5 cm tall, so I need a piece of parchment about that much bigger than the pan, all the way around.
Mark the corners with a pencil.
Cut the paper as below - from the corner of the paper to the corner of the pencil mark.
Flip the paper over before you fit it into the pan - so the pencil mark is on the underside (I don't want graphite in my brownies!).
Press the paper into the pan, lining up the pencil marks in the corners. The cut flaps should straighten themselves out and overlap each other.
And that's that! A fast, easy-peasy way to line your square and rectangular pans.
February 3, 2017
On Saturday and Sunday, 11-12 of February, I'll be teaching the project shown in these photos. It's a box made of gumpaste, filled with gumpaste flowers: cosmos, sweet peas and small filler flowers.
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Posted by Ultimate Cake at 10:08 PM
January 23, 2017
Unicorns are EVERYWHERE!!! They are prancing their way across the internet like a veritable HORDE! Have you also noticed? As my friend Lovisa said: Unicorn is the new black. I can't help but agree!
I've put together this easy step-by -step tutorial so you can make these cute little unicorns to use as cupcake toppers or as cake decorations.
You are now done with your unicorn figures!!
Posted by Ultimate Cake at 5:11 PM