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Wednesday, April 8, 2015

REVIEW -- Sunsella Silicone Baking Cups

Sunsella Silicone Baking Cups

Make healthier, low fat baking with no more sprays, greasing or oiling required!

No more mess or waste, your baking will pop right out with professional looking crinkled edges.
Do away with food sticking to paper and aluminium baking cups and cupcake liners.

No More Throwaway Paper or Foil Muffin Cups!!!
Other benefits of Sunsella Little Gems include…

- Evenly distributes heat for perfect moist baking
- Dishwasher, oven, microwave and freezer safe
- Reusuable and durable
- Space-saving stacking
- Fun and vibrant colors
- Easy to clean
- Resists stains and odors
- Many other uses beyond baking
- Meets FDA standards and BPA free
- High quality silicone with no nasty fillers

Use as food dividers in kids lunches (bento lunch boxes) eliminating the need for separate plastic bags to divide and contain food. Also great for controlling serving sizes.

Our baking cups can also be used for…

- Food dividers in kids lunches (bento boxes)
- Portion control
- Making frozen treats
- Making gelatin
- Fun and colorful desserts
- Teething infants
- Fill with treats at kids parties
- Art projects and creative displays
- The options are endless!
I love to bake. Cakes, brownies and pies are my favorites to make, with cupcakes being WAY down on the list, simply because I HATE dealing with the paper cupcake liners, both putting them into the muffin tins and removing them before eating the cupcakes.

Enter the Sunsella Little Gems Silicone baking cups.

^^what I received^^

I really like these baking cups, because they are better for the environment. I’m not what you would call ‘super conscious’ when it comes to the environment… I use reusable things when I can, but I don’t go out of my way to do so.

But with these cups, I’m not throwing the papers out. I can wash the cups and use them again the next time I want to bake.

You don’t need to grease the cups either, like you need to do with typical muffin pans. The cupcakes ‘pop’ right out of the cups, unlike the paper cups, where you’re leaving some of the cupcake/muffin in the paper liners (or worse yet, leaving some of the paper ON the cupcake/muffin!)

For this review, I decided to make ‘Smurf Cupcakes.’ There is a long-running joke between my FH and I and because of it, he calls me ‘Smurfette.’

^^what I used^^

I used Pillsbury Funfetti© cake mix in Aqua Blue and Betty Crocker Rich and Creamy frosting in Cream Cheese. The Funfetti© cake mix tastes like plain white or yellow cake; there is no added flavor to the cake.

I made the mix as directed and then put it into the silicone cups, remembering why cupcakes and muffins were low on my baking list as a teenager. It was VERY hard for me to put the batter into the cups. This is NOT because of a problem with the cups. This is due to my spastic hand movements. I think I would have had an easier time if I had used another method to distribute the batter.

^^the finished product^^

I honestly don’t see disabled people having problems using these baking cups. The openings are large enough to get the batter into the cup with no issues. The cups allow the treats to come right out, so that’s a plus as well.

These can be purchased from Amazon for $7.99.

I love these baking cups. They make baking and enjoying treats so much easier.

**As per FTC guidelines, I received this product in exchange for an honest review. Only compensation I received is the product(s) mentioned above. All opinions are my own and your usage/results may vary.**

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