PAM is not only a great cooking spray that you can use to in your daily baking needs, it also can help keep your frosted cakes looking great.
PAM Cooking Spray sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine.
Did you know? PAM Cooking Spray leaves *99% less residue than margarine or bargain-brand cooking sprays too. (* vs. leading cooking sprays (except olive oil), after spraying on glass bakeware, baking at 400°F for 30 min, cooling, and then washing in standard home dishwasher with detergent and repeating 4 times).
I love my fancy bundt cake pans, but if I am not very careful my cakes will not release properly from the pan. The designs can be intricate. and sometimes bits of cake can get left in the pan. I used to always grease and flour my pans so they would release properly. I found this difficult to do because I couldn’t get in the tiny little corners. I have used store brand sprays as well, but sometimes they wouldn’t spray nice and evenly, and they could be hard to clean up, they would leave a gummy residue in my pans. Then I tried PAM and it has worked out great. The cakes release perfectly, and clean up is a breeze.
I love making cakes and treats and taking them with me to work or over to friends homes. I have always had one major problem when I do this. Have you ever noticed how plastic wrap sticks to frosting? I have always been in a quandary about how to get a beautiful cake from point a to point b. A friend of mine told me about a great tip using PAM Cooking Spray. She told me to lightly spray the plastic wrap with a bit of PAM cooking spray to keep the frosting from sticking to the plastic wrap. You know what? It worked. I tried it out with my chocolate ganache that I like to use as frosting.
Ganache is wonderful, it is simply chocolate and heavy cream that is melted together, and used as a frosting. The problem it always remains slightly “wet” and tacky. So that makes it really hard to transport. So for me PAM cooking spray is great for when I make a ganache, it doesn’t stick to the plastic wrap. So now I can make my cakes, and take them somewhere without having to worry that when I take off the plastic wrap the ganache is going to pull off along with the plastic wrapping.
PAM Cooking Spray sponsored this blog post. The opinions and text are all mine