Nonstick Parchment Baking Paper (See the hacks for perfect cookies)

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Once you've used parchment paper, you'll never go back to greasing pans. It's cleaner, simpler, and your baking is better. Cookies are particular little creatures! If you have too much grease on your pan, they spread too much. With parchment paper, each batch has the same spread. With the same...

Once you've used parchment paper, you'll never go back to greasing pans. It's cleaner, simpler, and your baking is better.

Cookies are particular little creatures! If you have too much grease on your pan, they spread too much. With parchment paper, each batch has the same spread. With the same spread, the baking time is the same. Never bake cookies without parchment paper!

To remove cookies from a baking sheet or a cake from a pan, just grab the edges of the paper and lift. You've immediately stopped the heating. Ideal for cooking, baking, and making candy! Nonstick, easy cleanup, and reusable! Save wear and tear on your pans, and it's perfect for the microwave or freezer.

  • Large roll--12in wide by 23 ft long
  • 12-inch width is perfect for many pans and sheets
  • Great for baking cookies!
  • Flavorful cooking, use to line your steamers or cook food combos in paper packets!
  • Perfect for pizza stones and pizza pans, nonstick without the mess of cornmeal!
  • Reduce the use of added fats in your cooking. Save the wear and tear of your pots and pans!
  • Use in your microwave, cook, and defrost!
  • Wrap fish and other foods for storing in the freezer.
  • Safe for temperatures from -76F/-60C to 482F/250C

This nonstick parchment paper is perfect for cooking, baking, and making candy!

Here are thirteen ways that you can make your cookies perfect.

  1. Use great ingredients. Your cookies won’t be better than your ingredients, and grocery stores usually compete on cost. Mediocre chocolate chips mean mediocre cookies, but great chocolate chips make them better.
  2. Pay attention to expiration dates. Fresh flour or fresh cinnamon is better. If cinnamon has been sitting in your cupboard for three years, throw it out.
  3. Measure carefully. Baking requires precision. Check your measuring cups and spoons to be sure they are accurate. Chances are good they are not. Use a kitchen scale to check your measures. One cup of water should weigh eight ounces.
  4. Pay attention to temperature. Cream your sugar with firm butter; don’t let it melt. If your butter and sugar mixture is soft, your cookies won’t be good. Don’t let the dough get warm either. Butter is supposed to be solid in most recipes, not a liquid. (I start out with hard butter; it softens as it is beaten.)
  5. Don’t over-bake your cookies. They should look like they are not quite done. The bottoms should be golden, not brown.
  6. Make sure the oven temperature is right. We have an oven thermometer in every oven. It’s amazing how much oven temperatures fluctuate.
  7. Once your oven temperature is right, bake your cookies for the same time every time. We use timers that count the seconds. A cookie that is perfect at 8 minutes and 45 seconds starts to overbake at nine minutes.
  8. Make your cookies the same size. Little cookies bake more quickly than bigger cookies. So, when the little cookies are baked, the big ones still need a half minute or so. We use a cookie scoop to get the same size every time.
  9. Use the right pan. Most recipes are designed for dark pans and dark pans absorb more heat in the oven and bake quicker. Lighter pans take longer and as the baking is slower, the cookies spread more.
  10. Grease your pan correctly. Your pan should be lightly greased and you should wipe off excess grease between batches. Extra grease will make your cookies oily and they will spread too much. We use parchment paper for most cookies.
  11. Get the cookies off the pan and onto the rack. They’ll continue to cook on a hot pan and once the cookies start to cool, they stick to the pan.
  12. Let the pan cool between batches. You don’t want the dough starting to heat until you put the pan in the oven.
  13. Serve your cookies fresh. Most cookies are best served fresh from the oven and after a few hours have lost much of that fresh-baked texture. In our store, we try to serve cookies within five hours.


Customer Reviews

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Laurie Weber

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