DIY Muffin Liners / Muffin Liners Out Of Parchment Paper / How to make muffin liners

An easy and quick DIY muffin liners. These muffin liners are so simple to make and add a stylist flair to your favourite muffin!

Today’s blog is not about food recipe but an easy DIY on how to make muffin/cupcake liners out of parchment paper. All you need is some parchment paper, scissors, and an object that fits your muffin tray like small can, bottle or glass!

I have used individual muffins cup because it was exactly fitting my muffin tray.

Ever notice you run out of liners after making the batter ready? No worries, If you have some parchment paper we have an easy solution to this problem because you can quickly and easily DIY your own muffin liners. YAY!

You can easily make your own muffin liners out of parchment paper at the comfort of your home with not much effort and time!

It’s so simple and super quick to make. This hack takes just few minutes from start to finish and in no time you will have your very own perfect DIY muffin liners.

These homemade parchment paper muffin liners are much cheaper than the expensive liners made of parchment paper available online or in stores which they called it as tulip liners.

I’ve never bought them, though, apart from the regular printed readymade muffin and cupcake liners. I just made mine out of parchment paper because I wanted to make vanilla chocolate chunks muffins for my little one and wanted to try this muffin liners made out of parchment paper. But I have to admit that they do look cute and add a stylish touch to your muffins.

CAN I USE DIY MUFFIN LINERS FOR CUPCAKES?

Yes you can use it no doubt. If I would use for cupcakes I would like to slightly trim the top edges of the parchment before adding any frosting to the cupcakes.

Want to put these cute baking cups to use? Here are few muffin recipes to try them out!

Double Chocolate Muffins

Banana Chocolate Chip Muffins

Chocolate Banana Muffins

Eggless Vanilla Muffins

Chocolate Caramel Cupcakes With Strawberry Frosting

Here are all my Bakes & Cakes recipes if you’re craving more baking inspiration.

All of these recipes are super easy to prepare, ready in no time, and will never disappoint you.

Now you have the liners, whipped up some of your favorite recipes and enjoy!

Please do try and share your thoughts about the DIY with me here. So let’s get started with the DIY muffin liners now.

I made a simple video of this DIY Muffin Liners for my readers which I have shared below. Please do watch and SUBSCRIBE to my channel if you haven’t yet. It will mean a lot to me and motivate me to come up with more videos for my readers. As always looking forward to your feedbacks!

DIY Muffin Liners Tutorial Video

MATERIALS YOU NEED TO MAKE YOUR OWN MUFFIN LINERS

Parchment paper – Use any parchment paper either brown or white colour. I have used 10×10 inches square parchment paper.

Measuring tape or ruler

Scissors – You can even use a ruler or a knife to cut the paper.

Object that fits inside each muffin cup (a glass or can) – Get hold of any object like glass, can or tin goods, that fits well into the base (cavity) of each muffin cup. For making these liners I used my individual muffin cup which fits exactly in my muffin tray.

HOW TO MAKE MUFFIN/CUPCAKE LINERS?

I used 10×10 inches parchment paper. Out of which I got four 5 inches square parchment paper. Fold the parchment paper from the center. Again fold them to form 5 inches square.

Now with a scissor or knife cut the papers though the folds so you get 4 peices square paper.

Placing the object base in the center of the parchment square, wrap the parchment around the object and make necessary folds to form the cup and forming creases around the bottom to really mold it into the shape you need.

Transfer muffin liner to muffin tin. I like to place the liner along with the object so that it firmly set it in place and hold their form better.

Voila! You have homemade tulip style muffin cups. That’s it! Grab some muffin or cupcake recipes. Fill it up with your favourite muffin batter and bake as as directed in the recipe!

Notes:

● Use any parchment paper or baking paper to make this liners.

● Run your finger or thumbnail around the object and base of the object to make a strong crease in the parchment.

● Press your hand firmly along the parchment against the can to set the creases of the parchment.

Well, if you make this easy DIY Muffin Liners, please do leave a feedback in the comments box below or snap a photo and tag Akum Raj Jamir on Facebook and akumrajjamir on Instagram with hashtag #atmykitchen. I would love to see your creations.

Thank you so much for stopping by my blog. I hope you liked the recipe. Your valuable feedbacks are always welcome, I love hearing from you guys and always do my best to respond to each and every one of you.

Happy cooking!

Love Akum

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