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Can you use perforated pastry rings for cakes?


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I have some perforated pastry rings that I’d really like to use for mini cakes (like financiers). Will they work, or will the cake batter leak through the bottom and get stuck in the little holes? Any workarounds besides lining with aluminum foil?

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I've used non-perforated tart rings for cakes, a reasonably thick batter shouldn't run out the bottom.  But I'm not sure about the side perforations.  I'd be inclined to line with parchment rather than foil.

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