Lakeland Loaf Tin Liners Reviews
Product Type: Lakeland household products
Newest Review: ... have two different loaf tins and they fit both, I have a really old loaf tin from Lakeland itself, when I bought this tin ... more
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Customer Lakeland Loaf Tin Liners Reviews (8)
by - written on 15/02/12 (Very useful, 18 readings)
These little greaseproof paper loaf tin liners from Lakeland are a godsend, I don't know how I ever lived without them. I buy these and use these all the time, I will never to back to greasing a loaf tin. Lakeland sell these in 2 different shapes and sizes, they do both 1lb and 2lb in a definate rectangular typical loaf tin shape, and both 1lb and 2lb in more of a squareish loaf tin shape. They vary in price betewwn £3.99 and £4.49 for packs of 40. I buy the 1lb typical loaf tin shaped liner at £3.99 for 40. I guess that my only negative about these liners is the cost, they wotk out at 10 pence each, it's not an awful lot, but it's not especially cheap ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/02/12 (Very useful, 33 readings)
I love baking and always cook from scratch but there's nothing more tedious than lining tins with greaseproof paper and then hoping the paper doesn't weld itself to the cake. Every couple of weeks I have a batch cooking morning and do lots of cakes and biscuits for my husbands lunch box. I usually make them in loaf shaped tins so I can slice them and freeze the slices individually, ready to pop into the lunch box in the mornings. I had a wander around a Lakeland shop which is not too far away from where we live and spotted these silicone loaf tin liners. They cost just £3.99 for a pack of 40 and considering Lakeland state they can be reused this sounds very good value ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/11/11 (Very useful, 50 readings)
I love baking cakes (and am rather partial to eating them as well!) but I have to admit that I do find preparing my cake tins tiresome. It is a fiddly job and one that cannot be rushed. If it is not done properly then the cake will not have a smooth even finish at the sides or bottom, and particular attention needs to be paid to the corners in order to ensure that the finished cake has a neat shape. I'm guilty of doing a quick bodge job on lining my cake tins only to find that the cake mixture has not spread into the corners evenly due to lumps and bumps in my greaseproof paper. I have tried using a silicone tin in the hope that I wouldn't need to bother with lining it. . Read the complete review
by - written on 26/08/11 (Very useful, 70 readings)
These loaf tin liners from Lakeland are a great addition to any one's kitchen who likes to do baking. One of my favourite things to bake is a lemon drizzle cake and the recipe that I use from the "The hairy Bikers" recommends a loaf tin. I find the greasing and lining of the tray with normal greaseproof paper difficult as I always ended with it looking like a work of origami with bits cut out wrong and overlaid. These liners are great as they are made from a silicone paper so there is no fiddly greasing cutting involved. You simply insert these into your loaf tin in the same way you would put a bun case into a tray for making cup cakes or muffins and add your .. Read the complete review
by - written on 16/07/09 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I first came across these after having a minor disaster with just using butter to line one of my loaf tins - and knowing that if anybody had the answer then Lakeland would. They come in a pack of 40, already opened out and nicely stacked within some sturdy plastic packaging which in itself is easy to store and closes back up again, keeping the liners inside dirt and dust-free between uses. The liners themselves sit well in standard loaf tins by themselves without folding in or crinkling up at the bottom like I have found with other liners. Another brilliant thing is that when you do put the cake mixture in they are so sturdy that the edges don't ... Read the complete review
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