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Product description claims no plastic added... pinch test (which, to be fair, is not all that scientific) suggests otherwise. In comparison to my other silicon bakeware, this seems less substantial and less flexible - these observations aren’t very scientific either! I would worry about putting it in the oven. I made peanut butter cups in them, and they were delicious! They popped out of the cavities very easily, and the chocolate I spilled on the edges washed off easily. However, three inches on a ruler doesn’t look that big. Holding a 3” peanut butter cup seems bigger than usual. Eating a 3” peanut butter cup is a monumental task not for the faint of heart! (I managed though.)
This silicone muffin top tin handled wonderfully the first 3 times I used. The 4th time the eggs stuck like glue. I have been washing the tin with warm/hot soapy water and dishcloth. Used a cookie under the tin on the middle rack at 380℉ for 12 minutes. After soaking and wiping multiple times over an 8hr period, finally got all of the egg remains out. 5th time I wiped the Silicone tin with oil first, the eggs actually stuck worse.