Lakeland Loaf Tin Liners

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... Then I discovered Lakeland's Loaf Tin Liners. They come, forty at a time, in a see-through plastic container which keeps them perfectly in shape. I can't recycle it, or use it for anything else and normally I would object to this, but a pack of liners lasts me about nine months and ... Read review

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Lakeland 12 Mini Loaf Tin Silicone Liners 9.5 x 5 x 4cm H

Lakeland 12 Mini Loaf Tin Silicone Liners 9.5 x 5 x 4cm H

Adapt your Mini Rectangular Loaf Tin to make terrines or jellies with these silicone ... more

liners. 9.5 x 5 x 4cm H. (3" x 2" x 1").

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Lakeland Straight Edge 2lb Loaf Tin Baking Parchment Paper Liners x 40

Lakeland Straight Edge 2lb Loaf Tin Baking Parchment Paper Liners x 40

Premium non-stick, quick release silicone paper. Withstands temperatures up to 230C.No ... more

need to grease your tin or paper. Can be wiped
clean and reused.Fit our Loaf Tins.19 x 9 x 6.5cm
H. (7" x 3" x 2").

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Lakeland Rounded Edge 1lb Loaf Tin Parchment Paper Liners x 40

Lakeland Rounded Edge 1lb Loaf Tin Parchment Paper Liners x 40

When baking look no further than our non-stick, quick release silicone paper. It will ... more

withstand temperatures up to 230, and there's no
need to grease your tin or paper. It can even be
wiped clean and reused.Please check your loaf tin
size before ordering.13 x 7.5 x 7.5cm H. (5" x 3"
x 3").

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How to eat more cake

AdvantagesThe easiest way to line a loaf tin.

DisadvantagesThey add 8p - 10p to the cost of a home made cake.

"...different sizes of liner. Lakeland stress that you should measure your loaf tin before buying/ordering. When you see them in the shop it is very easy to guess and buy the wrong size. I know - I've done it. You should be able to find a liner to fit your loaf tin, and I've listed the sizes under "quick facts" at the end of the review for easy reference. Each size of liner is made to the same design - it's a flat piece of paper that's been pressed into ..." Read review
22.02.2006

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Just what your cakes been waiting for

AdvantagesEasy preparation for cake making

DisadvantagesNone

"...beforehand. Then I discovered Lakeland Cake Tin liners and in particular their Loaf Tin liners. The Loaf Tin liners come in four sizes so it is important to check the size of your tins before ordering. The sizes are: A) 17 x 7.5 x 6cm. This tin is the 1 lb size B) 16 x 10.5 x 7.5cm This tin is the 1lb size C) 19 x 9 x 6cm This tin is the 2lb size D) 20 x 13 x 8.5cm This tin is the 2lb size Each size is priced differently. A) is ..." Read review
10.06.2004

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Great liners for cake bakers

AdvantagesKeeps cakes moist reduces cleaning and add a nice touch if giving cakes as a gift

Disadvantageswill add 10 pence cost to each cake

"These loaf tin liners from Lakeland are a great addition to any ones 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 ..." Read review
24.08.2011

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It Pays to Use Your Loaf

AdvantagesGood, clean and efficient

DisadvantagesAdds around nine pence to the price of each cake that you bake

"Lakeland Loaf tin Liners, an excellent idea in theory but in practise an expensive way of lining your baking tin. The Lakeland website is extremely interesting, if you are hunting about for reasonably priced kitchen gadgets then it is ideal. I always bake a few fruit loaves for the annual church Summer fte, I enjoy doing it and those fruit loaves have to be nothing less than perfect. The loaf tins have to be lined, the fruit cake mixture is ..." Read review
30.06.2009

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Use your Loaf! Use your liner.

AdvantagesQuick and easy to use, saves washing tins

DisadvantagesPostage on goods if no shop near by.

"...ever since. *A bit of History* The Lakeland Limited story began in 1963 when, an agricultural feed salesman, had the idea of providing local farmers with polythene bags for packing poultry. He set up a mail order business with his wife Dorothy, supplying agricultural plastics and home-freezing products from the garage of their Windermere home in the Lake District. Demand for kitchen accessories soon outweighed everything else and in 1974, he ..." Read review
18.02.2006

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