A few weeks ago, Gursheel and I went to check out Parallel – a new restaurant in Toronto that serves some delicious hummus. We hadn’t made a reservation and it was super busy. To wait, we decided to walk around and accidentally stumbled into Dark Horse Espresso Bar. We got a chai tea latte which was absolutely delicious, however, it was the vegan beet chocolate muffin that stole the show! It was so so good and looked super fancy in its tulip liner. Ever since, I have had it in my head to try to make beet chocolate muffins at home AND to start up the process, I thought to make some DIY tulip liners at home as well!
materials – DIY TULIP LINERS
roll of unbleached parchment paper (bleached will also work)
cup that is the same size as your muffin tin
directions – DIY TULIP LINERS
- Cut 4×4 inch squares from the parchment paper. If you have larger muffin tin, then cut 5×5 inch or 6×6 inch squares.
- Using a cup that fits into your muffin tin, place the parchment paper square on the back and use your hands to fold down the sides. I like to create 4 folds to create a store quality tulip liner look. Look at the pictures to see exactly how I do this.
- Make sure all the folds/creases are sharp and then place the DIY tulip liners into your muffin tin.
- And there you have it: some fancy DIP tulip liners perfect for some homemade blueberry muffins. Watch as your family and friends think you bought these muffins from a fancy bakery!
And if you’re interested in that beet chocolate muffin recipe, check it out here at Minimalistbaker.com
Happy crafting! For more crafting projects, check out the Kamfy Living section of the blog.