I bake cookies a lot, especially around this time of year...but year round. I have been using parchment paper and/or just spraying the cookie sheet with Pam. I finally saw these on Overstock.com and bought them and I do not know how I ever baked without them! So easy! No more Pam! Just wipe them off with a damp cloth when done, dry with a paper towel...then I roll them back up and store them in a paper bag together to keep dust off of them. Great for roasting vegetables or french fries...anything you use a baking sheet for. Do not fear buying these if you are a first timer! I did and, as I said earlier, I do not know how I ever baked without them!
Silicone mats are the last word (so far) in stopping cookies from sticking to pans, we love them :)
- How did the color on site compare with the actual product? Well
- Please tell us about the quality of the product. Good
- How accurate was the on site description of the product? Good
Bought it as a gift, the recipient was thrilled. Will buy one for myself.
- Did the color match the color displayed onsite? yes
- How is the quality of the product? seems very well made
- Did the description onsite accurately describe the product? yes
I bought 2 of these. They arrived via US mail, quickly. The baking mats work wonderfully. I used them to bake cookies and was very impressed by how well the cookies came off the cookie sheets. They clean up easily with a damp cloth. I would recommend these without hesitation.
We have been using non-stick foil or parchment paper when using out baking sheet. I used this for the first time last night. We made frozen Fish filets and frozen french fries. The food turned out perfect. After the food was removed, there were pools of oil on the baking mat. I let it cool, rinsed it with hot water to get the excess oil off and then washed it by hand. Still looks brand new.