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Pampered Chef: Silicone Floral Cupcake Pan Butter

  1. PamperedchefDaly

    PamperedchefDaly Member Gold Member

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    I know this isn't original, but some of you may not have heard of this tip. It's great to share at shows, especially at this time of the year. (I usually hear at least one or two "that's a good idea!") when I share it.

    Place softened (NOT melted) butter in the cups of the silicone floral cupcake pan. Two sticks will fill about 3 floral cups. Freeze until firm. A few hours before serving, pop them out on a small dish--they will pop right out without sticking, and will defrost by the time your meal is ready. I used real butter, not fake butter. I don't know if it will work the same if you don't use the real thing.

    I had 2 of them on my Thanksgiving table yesterday. Everyone was impressed, and one guest even scraped the butter from the underneath so as not to disturb the design.

    Looks great on a brunch table, too!
     
  2. chefheidi2003

    chefheidi2003 Senior Member Gold Member

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    I have not heard of doing this..thank you for sharing..I might have to try this
     
    Nov 28, 2009
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  3. Chef Endora

    Chef Endora Advanced Member Gold Member

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    How "Martha" I refer to my Inner Martha" alot at my shows. The love/hate thing.
     
    Nov 28, 2009
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  4. Chef Gilles

    Chef Gilles Member Gold Member

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    I do this for my brunches. I always have 2 butter cups in the freezer that I travel with me at shows to show my guests. I also suggest that they use it with ice cream. Instead of serving a scoop of ice cream, why not a flower of ice cream? :)
     
    Nov 28, 2009
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  5. wadesgirl

    wadesgirl Legend Member Gold Member

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    You can also do little pats by only putting a couple tablespoons in each cup.
     
    Nov 28, 2009
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