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As a low-carber I use eggs a lot when baking, and love making recipes like Cauliflower and Cheese Muffins and Layered Breakfast Muffins. I use non-stick muffin pans but sometimes egg can REALLY stick to them. I know that the pans are usually dishwasher-safe, but I never like to put non-stick items in the dishwasher – it feels like the coating will wear off!
They are only $4.99 for a pack of two! Unfortunately no Cartwheel offers right now, but Scotch-Brite often has coupons, so keep checking the Cartwheel App to see if they have added any! The dish cloths are available in four cute colors: navy, coral, mint and gray. The only color that went with my citrus-themed kitchen was the gray – it looks very sophisticated!
The Scotch-Brite Scrubbing Dish Cloth is a new product that has amazing non-scratch scrubbing power. It was perfect for my non-stick pans! In fact it completely saved me the other day when I was making some delicious low carb blueberry muffins. I mixed together low carb baking mix, baking powder, granulated sucralose sweetener, eggs, water and blueberries. You can find the complete recipe at the end of this post.
I spooned the batter into a muffin pan and baked them – they looked amazing!
Except that, when I went to remove them, I realized that I hadn’t sprayed the pan before spooning in the batter. The muffins were super stuck! With some help from a palette knife I was able to save most of the muffins; my pan on the other hand, was another story.
My new Scotch-Brite Scrubbing Dish Cloth to the rescue! I placed the cooled pan in the sink and rinsed it with water. I didn’t use any dish liquids, I didn’t seem to need any! The premium fiber in the cloth and those effective scrubbing dots meant that the baked-on muffin came off easily!
And the the job was done! The Scotch-Brite Scrubbing Dish Cloth is washable and reusable – so convenient!
Next time I bake muffins I’ll try to remember the non-stick spray. Or perhaps even use some pretty silicone molds. But if I forget, I now know that I have a solution.
For more handy cleaning tutorials, see HERE!The Easiest Way to Clean Muffin Pans Click To Tweet