Pan Grease Cake Release Recipe



Pan Grease Cake Release Recipe



*Always grease your pans. Do not use just butter or just oil, as both can easily incorporate themselves in the batter and burn.


Ingredients:
1/4 cup Shortening
1/4 cup Vegetable Oil
1/4 cup All Purpose Flour


Instructions:
Combine all ingredients and store in an airtight container. Can be kept for three months and does not need refrigeration.


Tip: Use a silicone bristle pastry brush for easy clean up. Cover all nooks and crannies to ensure that your cake pops out nicely.


Happy Cake Decorating!

23 comments:

Liza said...

Ahh, so that's why I still burn the bottom. Thanks for the tip. :)

Your cool friend Cheryl said...

Stopping by from sits to say hi. Great advice...I've lost many bundt cakes to poorly greased pans!

Rebecca Welch said...

Greasing a pan properly only takes an extra minute. Not greasing a pan properly wastes time, product and energy.

Great tip!

Kristin said...

Fabulous tip. Thanks!!

Amy said...

I am such a goof! I left a comment logged in with my other account. Just delete it. Now you know where else to find me! :0) Thanks for stopping by and checking our our little piggy. Thanks for the tip.

Kim said...

Great tip! I can't wait to try it.

Laura said...

This is a great tip sweetie and I'm so glad I found you blog!

Come stop by and tell me what's in your make up bag today...

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Mommy24cs said...

Wow, great tip! I'm so tired of paying so much for non stick spray. Even the store brand is expensive! This is perfect :o)

Rachelle @ "Mommy? I'm Hungry!" said...

I never heard of this one! I'll hav eto try it. I always spray with a nonstick spray then flour the pan. =)

Candy said...

Stopping by from SITS!

I love this post because there are so many people that just use crisco or oil and skip the flour! I always use both.

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Melanie said...

Hi! I usually use Crisco and then put flour on it, but I always get some little bits that stick to the pan, which always causes a huge problem when trying to ice my cakes. I tried this recipe for my daughter's 1st Birthday cake and it was PERFECT! Thanks so much!

Cake pan said...

i like to make a cake.this article helps to about how to make a cake at home with the help of cake pan

Anonymous said...

Hi, just one quick question, how long should I wait to release the cake, 10 min, or until the cake is cool? Thanks for your advice :)

Anonymous said...

Thank You...Thank You ...Thank You, I tried this today and it works wonderful!!!!!!!! Better than the sprays

Embroidery Fashions Boutique said...

Thank you so much. I am making the giant cupcake for my grandson's birthday. I didn't have any cake release. Saved me a trip to the store this morning.

Anonymous said...

Thank you thank you thank you! This was total awesomeness! I ruined my son's birthday cake a few weeks ago due to it sticking to the pan (don't feel bad for him, he's one and doesn't care!) and am so glad I found your recipe. I just removed my cakes from my pans with absolute ease and no sticking! You made my day!

jw/URL said...

would this work in a tube pan for an angel food cake as I followed a recipe once that stated NOT to grease the tube pan bec the batter needed to cling to the side in order to rise while baking but it was IMPOSSIBLE to get the cake out of the pan in one piece.

Shimmering said...

Wow!
Your recipe worked like charm. It released the cake from then pan without any cake crumbs sticking.
Thanks for a awesome recipe.

Anonymous said...

could you use olive oil instead

3d cakes in pune said...

Nice recipe.I will definitely try this.

Melinda Richardson said...

I just completed my first wedding cake using your recipe for cake release. IT WAS A DREAM!!

Thank you!!

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