WILTON EASY-FLEX SILICONE 10X15 MAT 2105-4808
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33 of 33 found the following review helpful:
OK, but... Mar 23, 2011
I bought this to save on parchment/wax paper when baking cookies, and it's great for that purpose. My cookies have also baked well on it, about the same as they do on parchment. They don't stick to it and I haven't experienced the smell or taste of silicone in my cookies as other reviewers have. Cleanup is easy and quick.
The only problem I've been having is that every time I use this sheet, the silicone warps a little when exposed to the heat of the oven. The mat doesn't lose its shape or anything, but it does sort of "fluff" and bend in places, almost like fabric ruffles. Which isn't so bad if you're making oatmeal/chocolate chip or soft cookies. But if you're making cookies that need to keep their shape, like sugar cookies, this warping does affect the shape; in every batch I bake there are always one or two cookies that get ruined because of this.
Maybe there is something I don't know or am not doing correctly? I've never used any other silicone mat, so I'm not sure if this is just how they all react in the oven.
21 of 21 found the following review helpful:
great product Oct 20, 2007
By R. Gough
these are still holding up like new after several years of heavy use and quite a few pounds of hot candy poured on them
I have been looking for easier ways to make my candy and also reduce waste. These pan liners are great. i use them for my hard candy such as peanut brittle and toffee and I no longer have to butter my pans or line them with foil.
These take great heat changes as I pour my syrup out onto the pan and it is at about 300 degrees. when the candy sets it just comes right off. And also being flexible allows me to crack the candy on the mat then pick it up and use the mat to pour the pieces into my containers.
I have not used them for baking as I bake on stones anyway.
33 of 36 found the following review helpful:
Taste imparts to cookies Apr 04, 2008
I own 2 of these, and they do keep the cookies from sticking that is for sure. But, they leave a taste in the cookies. Mild as it is it is still there.
14 of 15 found the following review helpful:
It works well enough Mar 30, 2008
By L. Evatt
I got this to place between the dough and my rolling pin. It has to be floured to keep it from sticking to the dough but it relieves me of the hassle of repeatedly flouring my rolling pin. This, like my other silicone mat, simply does NOT provide flour-free/stick-free dough handling.
12 of 13 found the following review helpful:
Wrong Size Jul 06, 2012
By N.J. Gates
"N. J. Gates"
If the size matters to you, pass this up.It is not 10 x 15, it's 9 x 14. What the description doesn't say is it fits pans that are 10 x 15. The actual product is not that size.
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