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Toddler Boy Letter Print Sleeveless Top And Coconut Print Sh
Toddler Boy Letter Print Sleeveless Top And Coconut Print Shorts Review
Jolly Gourmand: This past Christmas, armed with every kitchen aid I could imagine, I baked several batches of Toll House chocolate chip cookies. I made sure the baking sheet was cold, that the oven was the correct temperature and that the dough was properly chilled. None-the-less, almost all the cookies were a little overdone on the bottom. I would still recommend this because there is nothing out there that is as affordable, quality produced in the USA, and as widely available.As I mentioned in my recent Matfer silicone/fiberglass baking sheet review, I will be using it to line this cookie sheet prior to baking a new batch of cookies. Will update with the results.
Kathy Grace: I'm truly mystified by the many good reviews this product has received. Did I get some other product by mistake? I was looking for a couple more sheets to add to my collection of Calphalon 14 x 17 sheets. When these arrived, I thought "Hmm, not very well finished." The edges, which appear to be rolled in the photo, are actually just molded (or stamped, or whatever... it's a single thickness, that's my point). The edges are a bit rough, not smoothed over like my Calphalons. I measured the sheets: they were also a little smaller than I expected--13.75 x 15.5. (Does that seem like a quibble? Maybe, but that missing half-inch of length means that standard 15" parchment paper doesn't fit onto the flat part of the sheet.)So, I removed the label, washed and dried them per directions, and baked a batch of scones at 400oF. SPROING! Two opposite corners warped up nearly an inch out of plane. Tried the other one with a set of cookies at 350oF. SPROING! That sheet warped as well.I'm an experienced baker, and I don't understand what's going on with these sheets (and these reviews!), but I do know they're going back to Amazon, and I'm going back to the more expensive but sturdier Calphalon, which has never warped in my oven. Any sheet that can't stay flat at 350oF doesn't belong in my kitchen!
Kathy: These pans are very sturdy. They do scratch easily, but that doesn't matter. I own 2. My older one is becoming pitted. The small black spots are like chemical erosion, but I only use them for cookies & once in awhile fish products. I think with the way quality goes these days, they may be the best on the market.
K. Caldwell: This cookie sheet is a great size and works very well. My cookies turn out perfect every time.
KELLI "Kelli": I bought a couple of these from Amazon & absolutely love them. They're made to last, a nice non-warping heavy-weight, designed with a small upward curve on the ends, which make for easy removal from the oven. Plus I can bake more than a dozen at a time. Which lowers the time required bake a batch of cookies. They're a cookie bakers BEST friend, nice EVEN browning every time. Should have ordered more at the same time & am going back right now to order an extra.I do use parchment paper when baking rather than greasing them. Only greased them for things like baking powder biscuits & they turned out beautifully. If you enjoy baking cookies - I highly recommend these. I've used many other types of baking sheets & had the best results with these.