It really is so very simple to do. Take one roll of baking paper, either scissors or a roller cutter, a small cup (mine was the one that came with the children's Panadol), and a small dose of common sense. ;)
1. Cut your baking paper to size. My Baking paper was 30cm across, so I made mine 15 x 15cm to fit my tin with about a 5.5cm overlap of the edge of the hole all the way around. (I figured it out by the diameter of the hole + depth + however much I wanted it to sit above the pans edge).
2. Find a cup of some sort that fits your muffin pan in both depth and shape (Thank you Panadol - you're terrific!)
3. Lay the paper centered over one of the holes in your muffin pan. Press down firmly. At this point it will only really shape the bottom rim of the paper well. On to the last step!
4. Press the folds in around the cup that started to form when you pushed it into the pan. Repeat as many times as needed. Genius!!!
Now all you need is something to fill them! Get your quick and easy quiche recipe here.