White Fluted Baking Cup 3 1/2" x 1 1/2" - 5000/Case
Other Available Sizes:
|Height||1 1/2 Inches|
|Top Diameter||6 1/2 Inches|
These white fluted baking cups offer a sanitary and visually appealing way to display your pastries. They are made of distinctive easy-release paper, making them perfect for automated production facilities, and come packed in a clear sleeve for more convenient and efficient inventory management.
Top Diameter: 6 1/2"
Bottom Diameter: 3 1/2"
Height: 1 1/2"
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Love this large baking liner! It's a very versatile size. We use them mostly to put our rolls and mini bread loaves on. It's convenient to have one liner for several uses. Will add a photo!
Beverly R. from Bake A Wish With Renee LLC Posted on 12/03/2017
These baking cups are the perfect size for our kanelbullar- swedish cinnamon rolls- to be baked and served in. They do not discolor in a hot oven and are the perfect touch for serving our rolls.
Jacqui S. from Fika, LLC Posted on 08/29/2017
These White Fluted Baking Cup 3 1/2" x 1 1/2" - 500/Pack are the same quality of standard cupcake liners. They are good for jumbo cupcakes or muffins.
Charlene H. from T & C Catering Services Posted on 06/21/2017
The only place we could find this size baking cup, they are great for our large crumb cakes, as well as for our scones, will purchase again!
Ashley from aggies bakery Posted on 06/19/2017
We have many uses for these. But the most use is for displaying cake slices at the farmers markets, Sturdy & reasonably priced. Will buy again.
Sonia A. Posted on 01/31/2017
These muffin liners are pretty good. They are obviously an economy option, so the price is nice. They do let a little bit of grease show through
Michael K. from Rise Bakery Posted on 12/18/2016
These are great for pastries. They are wide at the bottom and have short sides. We also use them to display individual cookies and petifors.
Miranda J. from Sunset bay cafe Posted on 07/29/2016
I make brownies and these are great to put individual brownies on. They fit perfectly inside the baking cups and the brownies do not get stuck to the paper, which is also a plus!
Diandria P. Posted on 06/12/2016
Dont use the for baking but to put cookies and brownies in once we cut them to serve. they make a much better way to hand to customers than a sheet of parchment.
Teresa S. from Our Store Posted on 04/13/2016
OMG, I SPENT 90 MIN ON LINE TRYING TO FIND THESE AWESOME WHITE PAPER LINERS. I USE THESE TO PLACE MY TARTS IN. I RAN OUT AND WAS ABOUT TO GO CRAZY. YOUR CUSTOMER SERVICE IS OUTSTANDING TOO. THANKS AGAIN. NANCY
Nancy B. Posted on 03/12/2016
I needed a wide base baking cup to use with my cake squares and baked donuts. They work perfectly! I like that they separate easily.
Katy M. from KMM Posted on 11/11/2015
I ordered these thinking they were liners for jumbo-sized cupcake/muffin pans, but they're an odd size - too wide to fit the muffin tins, and the sides are straight up and down, not sloped as the picture would seem to indicate. It wasn't worth sending them back, but I do find they're very nice to use for things like cream puffs and small specialty cakes - not to bake them in, but to make a nicer presentation when setting them out on a tray. Another use I discovered is, if you have a recipe with a lot of ingredients in small quantities, and want to be careful to not omit anything, you can lay out a row of these and put the ingredients in them in the order you'll use them. (Hey, I have 500 of these to use up, so I have to get creative!)
Arlene M. Posted on 06/16/2015
These are great baking cup liners! Good for making customized muffins or cupcakes! Easy to decorate in the baking tin! An attractive and basic style!!
Eric K. Posted on 09/17/2012
These muffin liners are a nice quality, but this company makes some really wacky sizes! These are listed under the jumbo liners category, and they are definitely larger than a standard liner, but the sidewalls are very short in comparison to the diameter. They're too short to fit in a jumbo muffin pan, and I'm not sure exactly what to bake in these. I wish Webstaurantstore would indicate what the popular measurements are for mini, jumbo, and standard liners so we could figure out which size to get.
Erica E. Posted on 02/28/2011
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