How to Get Out Brownie Bites Stuck in Pan

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If your brownie bites are stuck in the pan, cooking spray is about to become your best friend. Get out brownie bites that are stuck in the pan with help from a baker with an entertainment background in this free video clip.

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Hello, and welcome to Sugar & Spice. My name is Melissa Randall, from BakingWithMelissa.com, and the questions today is, how do you get out brownie bites stuck in a pan. Well, first, I'm going to tell you how to avoid that in the first place. You can one of two things; you can spray cooking spray into your pan, or, you can use little, mini cupcake liners and place them into your pan like this. Then you fill up the cups with your brownie batter. This will be the easiest way to prevent the sticking. If you do not have the little, mini liners, another option is take some parchment paper and trace the bottom of the cupcake pan to make little circles. Cut out the circles and place those down on the bottom of your pan. All three of those options will prevent your brownies from sticking. Now, what do you do if they are stuck? Well, the first thing you want to do is take a knife, a thin knife, and just work your brownie out around the edge, then, you should be able to loosen it up and pull it out. Now, what happens if you can't get them out at all? Don't worry about it; I have a solution for your. One thing you can do is just dig the brownie out the best that you can. And, you see, my brownie here, it's broken. Well, what you can do is take your brownie pieces and, then, once they're a little cool, just roll them up into balls. Then, you have nice brownie bites, just like the ones I prepared for you here. Then, you can roll them in granulated sugar or powdered sugar or whatever kind of sugar or treat you want to roll them up in, just to kind of cover up the fact that you had a little trouble getting them out of the pan And those are my tips and tricks on how to get out brownie bites stuck in a pan. Thanks for joining me and my name is Melissa Randall, from BakingWithMelissa.com.

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