Professional Cake Release (New)

Hello, I would just like to share with everyone this amazing new product that I’ve just tried called Wells and Lowe Professional Cake Release. I bought it from Ebay. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Cake-Release-Easily-Remove-Cakes-From-Shaped-Tins-/151306707878?pt=UK_Bakeware&hash=item233a9523a6

I was having problems with my cakes sticking to shaped tins, I tried the Wilton one’s and a couple of others and my cakes still got stuck to the tin. The Wells and Lowe Professional Cake Release has worked every time for me and it’s great.

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jchuck ...

Thanks for the post Redhead. I’ve been making my own cake release for years & years and never ever had a cake get stuck. Super cheap to make too…..just cake flour, oil & shortening…blend it…good to go… :o)

SugarMagicCakes (Christine) ...

Thanks redhead, might have to try this. Thanks June for the tips xx

jchuck ...

My Cake Release:
1/2 cup flour/ 1/2 cup oil of choice / 1/2 cup shortening. Blend very well and keep in a container with a tight lid. Apply to pans with a pastry brush. No need to refrigerate if using often.

SugarMagicCakes (Christine) ...

Thanks June, I’ll try that :-)

jchuck ...

Works wonderfully Christine….

Dessert By Design (Krystle) ...

I make the same release June, and it doubles/triples beautifully if you prefer to make it in bulk. I do keep it in the fridge though when I make large batches, find it still spreads beautifully still though, and it softens quickly at room temp.

jchuck ...

Yes Krystle
I usually double the recipe, and also keep refrigerated. Actually, I tweaked the recipe by adding 1/8 cup of lard. I needed to make some and didn’t have quite enough shortening on hand to make 1/2 cup. It actually is more stable. Doesn’t separate. You use so little, the small addition of the lard doesn’t add to much bad stuff to making a cake.

Dessert By Design (Krystle) ...

good idea June :)

Maria's cakes !!! ...


Hi…!!! this is what I am using and I bought from Walmart and is under $2….try it …..

jchuck ...

What I use, my recipe, Maria is exactly what is in this can. Only difference is they add pressure so you can spray it. Costs literally pennies to make.

Maria's cakes !!! ...

Ok I am going to do too the recipe to have….tk.you much…!!! …

jchuck ...

:o) :o) :o)