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Old 02-23-2014, 06:20 PM   #1171
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Thanks thats awesome. I will bing for them.My sister needs some.
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Old 02-26-2014, 10:30 AM   #1172
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I'll have a look at Target next time I'm at the mall; the silicone egg rings look like the answer I've been seeking
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Old 02-26-2014, 04:44 PM   #1173
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Cleo sold her site and she is in college now, Great for her!!!!! I can't get on that site, I don't know why.There are some great recipes on there.

Merry Kate you cake looks lovely!!!
If you put the website address into archive.org it should take you to historic pages.
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Old 03-02-2014, 11:18 AM   #1174
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Well Target didn't have the rings, neither did the local $1 store. I guess I'll have to live with them flattening out or start saving tuna cans & cutting them on both ends.
For whatever reason, the muffin top pans seem to be as rare as chicken teeth up here as well
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I wonder if you could make them in non stick aluminum foil that has also been sprayed with non stick oil. I keep forgetting to buy some. I think you could form the foil around any shape can and then plop the batter in them and they would have to stay corralled.

I think the foil could be reused afew times by just flattening it out and wiping off the non stick spray and reforming them to the shape you want.
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Old 03-03-2014, 11:57 AM   #1176
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I think used tuna cans might be just as easy
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I wonder if you could make them in non stick aluminum foil that has also been sprayed with non stick oil. I keep forgetting to buy some. I think you could form the foil around any shape can and then plop the batter in them and they would have to stay corralled.

I think the foil could be reused afew times by just flattening it out and wiping off the non stick spray and reforming them to the shape you want.
I have done this for hot dog shaped buns and it woeks well.
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Old 03-04-2014, 03:48 PM   #1178
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That's good to know Iterry! Thanks!
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Old 03-05-2014, 02:04 PM   #1179
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Think I'm going to need a pic
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CdnPaleoGuy here are some pictures for you using the non stick aluminum foil. I used the tuna can for the hamburger buns and the bottle of oil to get kind of squared off hot dog bun shape. I forgot to also spray the foil but the oopsies came right out with no sticking. After they were cooked I just flattened the foil out and wiped it off with a paper towel. They are ready to use again. I may spray them next time in case the foil loses some of its non stick properties.
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Old 03-08-2014, 11:52 AM   #1181
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I made these for the first time this morning and they came out great ! Not egg-y at all. I did use a slightly different recipe that called for 1 teaspoon baking powder, 4 eggs, 4 ounces of cream cheese and a pinch of salt. I definitely need a muffin top pan because it was a hit with my kid !
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Old 03-08-2014, 04:30 PM   #1182
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CdnPaleoGuy here are some pictures for you using the non stick aluminum foil. I used the tuna can for the hamburger buns and the bottle of oil to get kind of squared off hot dog bun shape. I forgot to also spray the foil but the oopsies came right out with no sticking. After they were cooked I just flattened the foil out and wiped it off with a paper towel. They are ready to use again. I may spray them next time in case the foil loses some of its non stick properties.
Thanks Abigale; as they say...a picture is worth a thousand words
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CdnPaleoGuy here are some pictures for you using the non stick aluminum foil. I used the tuna can for the hamburger buns and the bottle of oil to get kind of squared off hot dog bun shape. I forgot to also spray the foil but the oopsies came right out with no sticking. After they were cooked I just flattened the foil out and wiped it off with a paper towel. They are ready to use again. I may spray them next time in case the foil loses some of its non stick properties.
FANTASTIC ! ! !
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Old 03-10-2014, 06:18 AM   #1184
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Pretty sure I ended up using the wrong side of the aluminum foil
I mentioned it to my DW & she immediately spotted one side from the other. No instructions on the box about sticky/non sticky sides (Alcan). Oh well, at least the shape came out great.
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Old 03-10-2014, 09:03 AM   #1185
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Since my kid really loved them i just went ahead and invested in a small pie pan. It has six wells and the ones I made last night came out beautifully. I checked out the whoopie pans but decided they were too small. Used a 20% off coupon for the bed and bath store plus they had small loaf pans on clearance for $4.99.
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Old 03-10-2014, 01:28 PM   #1186
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Wilton makes mini-cake pans, which are about 4" in diameter, just right for hamburger buns.

If you google for "jo!e toast top egg shaper" you'll see images of the little gizmo I use to shape oopsies on a piece of parchment paper to make bread slice sized and shaped oopises. I only have one - I don't bake them in the silicone shape - just fill it with oopsie batter, then pull the shaper up by the egg handle, set it down again on the parchment and fill it again, continuing until the entire batch is ready to bake. I"m sure the silicone would withstand baking temperatures, but the egg handle is just plastic and would melt. The bread slice shape often spreads while baking, but that's ok, they're still fairly uniform, and great for sandwiches.
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Old 03-10-2014, 02:52 PM   #1187
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I am pretty sure if the box of aluminum foil does not say "non stick" than your oopsies will stick to it. You could try to spray it with cooking spray. That might work.
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Old 03-11-2014, 04:38 AM   #1188
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I sprayed the aluminum foil with cooking spray & they still stuck. I might be off to a church bazaar sometime today so will have a lookout for something that might fit the bill
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Old 03-11-2014, 07:30 AM   #1189
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I sprayed the aluminum foil with cooking spray & they still stuck. I might be off to a church bazaar sometime today so will have a lookout for something that might fit the bill
Have you tried the non-stick aluminum foil? I swear by that stuff, it's amazing!
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Old 03-11-2014, 07:43 AM   #1190
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Search amazon for "Freshware 9-Cavity Narrow Loaf Silicone Mold and Baking Pan"
Also, they make twinkie and corndog cookers, like the cake pop makers. I wonder if one of those would work for forming hot dog buns?
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Dottie, that's a great idea, I have a Twinkie pan--I think I may try just try that tomorrow.
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Old 03-16-2014, 07:59 AM   #1192
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Oopsie rolls are my new favorite thing. Thank you to everyone who has contributed to this thread. I have gleaned so many wonderful ideas. Now, off to make some more rolls!!
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Yaz: don't think our brand of aluminum foil has a non sticky side
No worries, am back to using the cookie sheet. I'm not overly thrilled about the spread but the boy doesn't seem to mind.
I also tried the mayonnaise vs cream cheese recipe & it bombed, they came out of the oven almost like thin hard crackers. Perhaps I left them in too long; 35 vs the usual 30'
The youtube video I saw from Australia had someone using a muffin tin but I think they would come out a touch too small diameter wise. Has anyone used one & can comment?
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Here some muffin top pans and I still use them.the tin one is 4" in diameter.Great for burgers.

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These are silicone we found them at Outlet stores.The Red ones are 5 1/2 " .
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can u get yorkshire pudding tins? they look similar to muffin top ones just a bit smaller. i caved and ordered some silicone muffin ones online, i use them for these and the flax buns and am glad i did as the size is just right
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Old 03-17-2014, 07:32 AM   #1196
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Yaz: don't think our brand of aluminum foil has a non sticky side
No worries, am back to using the cookie sheet. I'm not overly thrilled about the spread but the boy doesn't seem to mind.
I also tried the mayonnaise vs cream cheese recipe & it bombed, they came out of the oven almost like thin hard crackers. Perhaps I left them in too long; 35 vs the usual 30'
The youtube video I saw from Australia had someone using a muffin tin but I think they would come out a touch too small diameter wise. Has anyone used one & can comment?
There are 2 brands in Canada that are non stick. I think I buy the Alcan brand at Fortino's and Walmart. There is another one that Giant Tiger carries.
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Yaz: Alcan is the brand I have; neither side has proven to be non stick. Perhaps I'm not letting the oopsies sit long enough after coming out of the oven?
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It does have to say non stick on the box...one side is dull and the other shiny...the non stick side is dull...at least here it is...also it is more expensive than regular foil so I just flatten em out save em and use em again.
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Yaz: Alcan is the brand I have; neither side has proven to be non stick. Perhaps I'm not letting the oopsies sit long enough after coming out of the oven?
I'm pretty sure Alcan is the one I have as well. The "dull" side is the NON sticky side!
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I'll give it another shot.
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