dumb question re muffin pan liners

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To ease cleanup, I started using muffin pan liners. I tried several kinds but all seem to stick stubbornly to muffins. The solution is worse than the original problem. Is there a trick here I am missing?
 
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Gerdosh, I'm glad you asked that.  I solved it once greasing the papers, but that is a royal pain! 

I await the magic reply.......
 
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Does non-stick spray work for muffins?  Im not much of a cook and would like to try baking if the muffins wont stick! 
 
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 Spray paper liners lightly with pam or pan spray, they should not stick. Do not try to remove while hot or even warm let cake set.
 
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I made some chocolate cup cakes a couple of weeks ago. I used liners because I wa taking them to a friends house. I saw these "green" liners at Whole Foods - 100% recycled materials and labeled non stick. And guess what - they were!! Cup cakes came out clean as you'd like. The brand name is "If You Care".
 
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another option, if you like, is silicone muffin liners.  They are sold at the dollar store.  I've never had a problem with them sticking, and they wash up easily for reuse.
 

kcz

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The paper ones all stick but the aluminum foil ones always peel right off for me.
 

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