Silverwood 1lb Loaf Tin Liners.

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BurkeysBird

Silverwood 1lb Loaf Tin Liners.

Hi everyone, Don't know if this has been asked before but I have the Silverwood 1lb loaf tins which I mainly use for bread making. I want to make loaf 'cakes' using the greaseproof disposable liners,but I don't know what to buy.
I have some 2lb loaf tin liners and they are too long for these tins,plus they don't seem deep enough,either.
I don't really want to use cut up greaseproof because I think that the liners give the finished loaf a professional look,if you know what I mean.
TIA!

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Toad in the Hole

Silverwood 1lb Loaf Tin Liners

Hello BurkeysBird - yes I use them. They are great.
Lakeland stock them. They are called Traditional 2lb non-stick Loaf Tin liners. Pleated and deep. I think the pack has about 50 in them and are disposable. Roughly £4.50. I know this sounds odd that it states 2lb when its a 1lb tin. But trust me they are the right size. Its all to do with the weight of the mixture in the tin. Important to get the ones which state Traditional. The others don't fit. Hope this helps. I now purchase two packs at a time just to make sure I have enough! Best wishes, Toad.

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BurkeysBird

1lb loaf tin liners.

That's good. I'll get some from Lakeland.
Thanks Toad!

 
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