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Wilton Sweet Dots Standard Cups, 75 Count

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The perfect collection of Sweet Dots designs that will have you celebrating all year ‘round. Pastel and bold colorful dots decorate the fun components. Made of microwave-safe paper unless otherwise noted.

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49 of 50 people found the following review helpful
~ THEY BLEED!! July 19 2011
By Wolfee1 - Published on Amazon.com
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Wilton Assorted Jewel Standard Cups, 75 Count, I don't like these Baking Cups, not only they stick to the Muffin but after they are Baked, the colors change from very Bright to very Dull and that's not even the worst part, the Color Ink Bleeds into the Muffins and even my Baking Pan, specially the purple ones. I washed the Pan twice by hand and I can't make the stains to go away and I think is because of the strong color dyes. We were concerned since they are Made in China so decided not to eat them and threw them out. Check my Posted Pictures under "Wilton Assorted Jewel Mini-Cups, 100 Count" ...Thank You D.D.
33 of 34 people found the following review helpful
Buyer Beware Jan. 23 2012
By Jennifer W - Published on Amazon.com
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These liners are cheap and flimsy. Even when greased, they stick badly to your cupcakes. The cups tore to shreds when trying to remove them from the cupcakes, and tore off the cupcake away with it. The color and pattern also completely disappeared when filled and baked, thereby defeating the purpose. Cheap grocery store baking cups work much better. Don't waste your time or money with these.
28 of 29 people found the following review helpful
The color changed after baking Dec 24 2011
By MaBi - Published on Amazon.com
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This is cute before I baked the cupcakes, but then after took the cupcakes from oven, the color changed.It's not a good quality of cupcakes cup. I'm still looking for the pretty and good quality cup. And the one I bought in my local grocery store are so much better than this.
17 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Wilton Jumbo Baking Cups Feb. 25 2011
By cillah - Published on Amazon.com
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This is my first experience with this product and I will not use these cups to bake anything else. They are extremely difficult to separate and most times after baking is done, you discover double or triple have been used per muuffin. I baked three different types of muffins using the product and all of them stuck to the paper often destroying part of the muffin to remove paper from it. Finally, although this is the first time I used this particular baking cup, I am an experienced muffin baker for more than fifty years and lots of practice. I will make some other use for the remainder of the product but I could'nt recommend it for anything related to baking.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
They do bleed! Jan. 4 2012
By K. Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
I don't see how some reviewers didn't experience this. The colors bled onto my muffin pan, leaving a thin film of goo (probably just colored oil residue, but disturbing nonetheless). It makes me uneasy to even eat the cupcakes. I'm sure they can't be toxic, and it seems the color only bleeds on the outside, but I'm still hesitant. Either way, these baking cups end up looking terrible.