Dobie Mix For Baking (prepare Pans For Baking) Recipe

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Dobie Mix for baking (prepare pans for baking)

Joyce Kelley


I've been using this mixture to prepare my baking pans for years. I had found it in a church cookbook. I prefer it over Pam, Baker's Joy, etc. I think you will too.

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10 Min


No-Cook or Other


1 c
plain flour
1 c
1 c
oil (vegetable, canola)

Directions Step-By-Step

Using electric mixer, blend the three ingredients together. Chill; store in the fridge (airtight container). Will keep for several months. If mixture separates during refrigeration, just stir to re-blend mixture.

Applying the mixture can be a bit messy but you can use a small piece of paper towel, small sponge paint brush or a pastry brush. Although not in the original recipe, I like coating my baking pans with sugar after applying the Dobie mix. I have found it helps to rotate the sugar mixture around in the baking pan (sides and bottom) with an oblong platter underneath to catch the excess sugar. This forms a nice crust that people tend to notice and enjoy. Allow baked items to cool for about 10 minutes on a wire baking rack before turning them out onto another baking/cooling rack.

This is a little more work but it's worth it!

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Cakes, Muffins, Other Breads
Main Ingredient: Flour
Regional Style: American