After using the sil-cups on a few weekend trips, I decided the clean up was still more than I wanted to deal with, yes I like things simple. So, I started to think about an easier and more UL solution. Parchment paper, tried it, liked it, perfect solution for me, a solo hiker, I don't bake for groups, but on occasion maybe a hiking buddy. Jim Bailey are you listening... :-P
By cutting the paper and lining my mug I get one big muffin, no clean up, lighter than the sil-cups, easier to pack, I'm able to use the same pieces of parchment for two-three rounds of baking and parchment paper makes great fire starter. I did a test this morning using an esbit tab, worked out great.
Using my Trail Designs Caldera Tri-Ti ULC cone, 2-Ti stakes, the grate from the wood burner portion of the Tri-Ti was used as my riser inside the mug, GramCracker stove with Esbit tab and my Mountain Laurel Designs 850ml Ti mug.
Muffin mix is premixed at home and packed in a ziploc bag with all the ingredients, in camp I add water to the bag and knead, line the mug with parchment paper (precut at home to fit mug,) add batter to mug and place over flame for 12-13 min.
mmmmmmm, tasty muffins, scones, biscuits...next best thing to the yummy muffin, there's no clean up, simply let the parchment air dry from the moisture created by the steam, brush off any crumbs, fold and store for the next round or use as fire starter.