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AmazonBasics Reusable Silicone Baking Cups (Pack of 12) only $3.37!

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Amazon has these AmazonBasics Reusable Silicone Baking Cups (Pack of 12) for only $3.37 right now! This is a huge price drop and the lowest price ever on record!

These would make a great stocking stuffer idea!

I bought a set of these last year and have been pleasantly surprised with how well they work and how easy they are to clean and wash!

I’m definitely sold on using these — especially because they kept the muffin pan so clean and easy to wash! These are now a staple item in our kitchen!

This is an add-on item, which means you’ll get this price when you add it on to a $25 Amazon order.

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4 Comments

  • Lenetta says:

    I have three or four dozen of these and I do love them but I wouldn’t call them easy to clean, am I missing something??? Mine don’t come clean with a swish of a washcloth, or in the dishwasher. I have to take a toothbrush and kind of flatten the ridges as I go, scrubbing the whole thing. Sometimes I even have to go back over them a second time. I don’t do crazy things, just regular muffins and keto fat bombs, which are basically mini cheesecakes. What’s your method?

  • Angie says:

    I love these, but instead of using them for actually baking muffins, I tend to use them to freeze bits and bobs of leftovers – usually something like the last of the buttermilk or homemade pasta sauce or whatnot. After the item is frozen it is so easy to pop it into a (labeled) baggie for later use!

    In fact, just yesterday I wanted to make some BBQ sauce, and I just grabbed a couple of those frozen “muffins” of homemade pasta sauce for the base. So easy.

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