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Pillivuyt muffin molds

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Has anyone ever used Pilluvuyt before or their muffin molds: 

 

 

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https://www.kaufmann-mercantile.com/product/149000055698/porcelain-cupcake-mold-patisserie-set-of-8

 

I was wondering it's non-stick or if I need to use those muffin paper things 

 

and if the quality is good or 

 

do you think muffin pans are better instead of individual molds (that look good but cannot perform it's function well maybe??) 

 

Best, 

 

 


"Hmmm....what would Don Quixote do?" 

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Porcelain isn't non-stick, the cups would need to be oiled, or perhaps oiled & floured.  I don't think a regular round paper liner would conform to the shape well enough to maintain the waviness, and if the batter sticks, prying the cake out of each concavity is going to be a pain. 

 

They're cute and might work for pot de creme or an individual fruit crisp served in the dish, but for muffins & cupcakes I'd save $100 and just get a regular muffin pan and paper cups.

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