Parchment Perfect Pan Liner

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  • Published on Apr 18, 2015
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    A great way to line pans with parchment paper.
    This is so easy and perfect for so ;many uses.
    Brownies, Pan Cookies, Cakes even helps when roasting meats.
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Comments • 21

  • Diane Lucio
    Diane Lucio 4 months ago

    Thank you for this tip. It wasn't as easy for me because I had to use a much larger pan (long rectangle pan) and my parchment paper came off a roll, so it was harder to work with. It took some time, but I finally got it to lay in the pan. The most important part, was the cake came out perfectly!

    • Margie's It's No Secret Candies
      Margie's It's No Secret Candies  4 months ago

      This gets easier every time I do it. I think that you will also figure out little tricks that will help. And of course you are right. the important think is how the cake come out in the end. Thanks for your comment. Margie

  • Vid Eo
    Vid Eo Year ago

    So easy too do

  • Vid Eo
    Vid Eo Year ago

    Thankyou very much

    • Margie's It's No Secret Candies
      Margie's It's No Secret Candies  Year ago

      Yeah, this is great to know. It just makes everything come together nicer. I hate the way the paper would buckle up in the corners. This can be done for muffins also, and those little papers are so cute. Margie

  • Lola Islamova
    Lola Islamova 2 years ago

    thank you for the tip!!!

    • Charlotte Mason
      Charlotte Mason Year ago

      Thank you. Trying to find other ways bake...
      Now that WE KNOW
      Foil is Toxic! !! I'm 58
      And want to Live.
      Haha

    • Margie's It's No Secret Candies
      Margie's It's No Secret Candies  2 years ago

      Ha, HaThis really is a great thing to know.You are welcomeMargie

  • Allan
    Allan 2 years ago

    if I use this for brownies do I have to leave them in the oven longer to bake? will it undercook them if I don't cause I heard that was a problem with parchment paper

  • Xena: Destroyer of Nations

    Thanks, grammie. I'll try this out on my brownie pan.

  • Dena
    Dena 3 years ago

    Shiney side up or down?

    • Margie's It's No Secret Candies
      Margie's It's No Secret Candies  3 years ago

      Well... My parchment does not have a shiny side. If your parchment does have a shiny side, the shiny side goes towards the food. Freeze paper is the opposite shiny side out.
      Margie

  • Erin Straube Newsome
    Erin Straube Newsome 3 years ago

    Thank you for this video! I'm so glad to know this tip. All this time I've been smooshing my parchment into my pans and getting wrinkly corners. Can't wait for my next baking project to try this out and get nice smooth corners!
    Also, I love your scissors :)

  • Lila & Scruffy
    Lila & Scruffy 4 years ago

    Hi Margie. Thanks for this video. I wanted to know how to do this. Now, I do!! Hope you are having a great weekend. :)

    • Margie's It's No Secret Candies
      Margie's It's No Secret Candies  4 years ago

      @Lila Arce my sister and family over for dinner tomorrow. Barbeque chicken, for dessert I made the banana vanilla wafer pudding only I used peaches instead of bananas. So I have been in the kitchen most of the weekend having FUN!Thanks for watching!Margie

  • K Kitchenmom
    K Kitchenmom 4 years ago

    thank you for sharing. I do cut it this way and wet the pan so the paper sticks to the pan, this makes it easy to fill.

  • Margie's It's No Secret Candies

    Those are my gingerbread man scissors.
    Thanks, Margie

  • Chelsea Mascareno
    Chelsea Mascareno 4 years ago

    I love your scissors😍😍