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AirBake Nonstick Cookie Sheet, 14 x 16 in

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  • Air insulated heavy weight aluminized steel sheets helps prevent burning
  • Micro-Dome technology decreases bake times by up to 15-percent
  • Non-stick finish
  • Measures: 16-inches x 14-inches
  • 10 year warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 16 x 2 inches ; 2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000EOX12Q
  • Item model number: 84802
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (90 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,840 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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AirBake brand has always been "The Original Insulated Bakeware". AirBake continues to provide the best baking results every time. AirBake Nonstick provides an overall enhanced baking performance with its insulated aluminum sheets and micro-dome technology to decrease bake times by up to 15% over traditional insulated bakeware. Two heavyweight aluminum steel sheets with a nonstick surface surround a layer of air. The air reduces the temperature of the metal that comes in contact with the food. The bottom sheet blocks the direct oven heat while the layer of air acts as an insulator preventing the top sheet from overheating. This means better browning, no burning, and moister baked goods. Insulated bakeware means cookies won't burn and the nonstick surface means clean-up is a breeze. Pan measures 16-inches x 14-inches

Customer Reviews

I have used these cookie sheet,s for many years, They are the best cookie sheet,s i ever had.
Bonnie Correll
No cookie can top an almond macaroon made using Solo Almond paste, baked on parchment paper laid over an Airbake cookie sheet!
corazon
I bake for a living and find these cookie sheets to provide even, consistent browning of cookies, scones, etc.
Denise

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Annie Schwaikert on December 15, 2005
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I bought my first AirBake cookie sheet almost 20 years ago, as soon as I heard about them. I had been trying for years to get consistent quality cookies using old fashioned baking sheets in an even older, uneven-heating oven (in a NYC apartment. Needless to say, there were a lot of 'factory seconds' that my roommates got to polish off. The most persistent problems was cookies that got really dark on the bottom before the top was cooked -- changing the oven temp up or down didn't improve the results; just made them happen quicker or more slowly.

Enter the AirBake pan. It took quite a bit of experimentation with baking temp to get optimum results (setting the oven 25 degrees higher than specified in the recipe works best for me), but ultimately the results were fantastic. The really great thing about these pans is the way they distribute heat evenly -- even if your oven has hot and cold zones. And no more black bottoms!

My first edition AirBake pans finally started showing wear after nearly 20 years. Thinking that the technology might have improved over the years,especially in the sticking department. I bought a pair of Bakers Secret non-stick, guaranteed not to burn, insulated cookie sheets. Despite the relatively high price, the new pans are no better than my old mom hand-me-downs. They totally charred the first batch of cookies I used them for -- and even changes in cooking temp didn't give me good results (cookies near the edges were overdone; underdone near the center). So I'm delighted to find the AirBakes here on Amazon so I can replenish my inventory -- the store where I bought the Baker's Secret sheets won't take them back, so I'll donate them to the next church jumble sale!
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64 of 74 people found the following review helpful By amazon3131 on May 13, 2002
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My experience with AirBake cookie sheets is that they are good for some purposes -- slow-baking still-frozen chocolate chip cookie dough (*See note at end), for one example. With some other kinds of cookies, however, the tops tend to dry out before the cookie is completely cooked.
The AirBake pan's even heat distribution can be approximated by putting an empty (old, cheap) cookie sheet on the bottom rack (lowest position) in your oven as a combination drip-catcher and heat-distributor to "shield" your regular cookie sheet (which you'll put, as usual, on the center rack). If you have an unreliable oven, you may find that this is enough to even out the heat distribution without having to resort to the AirBake pans, and you'll have a leg up on cleaning the oven if anything spills.
While I generally dislike nonstick surfaces, I find that my AirBake pan is particularly bad at releasing sugar cookies, and I recommend that you put down a layer of parchment paper if you're baking anything more delicate than oatmeal cookies on this sheet.
Because of this and the fact that it cooks slower than anything else in my kitchen, my AirBake pan is the last of the cookie sheets that I will reach for on a busy day: it's certainly better than nothing -- and I definitely think it is better than a cheap dark tin from the dime store -- but it is not my favorite.
However, while I prefer my standard commercial aluminum jelly roll pans, if you're not a very experienced baker, if you're teaching a new baker, or if you are likely to be interrupted at a critical moment by the phone ringing, the dog barking, the children screaming, and your head pounding -- then you might appreciate the grace period this pan's slightly slower cooking style allows you.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By J D Blake on September 8, 2007
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This is a great product. Bakes evenly, uniform browning. Easy to clean. I'm going to buy more of this bake ware. I've had it for years and am very pleased with the results.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Spa Aficianado on March 25, 2008
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Can't say enough good about the product. The non-stick really works, heating is even, price is right. BUT it came delivered packaged alone, at an angle in the box, padded only by some crumpled brown paper, and it warped. I was furious! I mean, a warped cookie sheet? I bent it myself back into shape, almost, and after using it for months it is now fairly even, but not exactly. Next time I will buy this product from a local store. As it is an ungainly sized item to ship, I don't really hold the shipper to blame, but it could have been laid flat and padded with popcorn. Seemed very sloppy handling, to me.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By R. Lorin on July 6, 2007
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Love this product!!! It is easy as ever to clean! It bakes perfectly with no burnt-bottom cookies or bread to complain about. Effortless is what I was looking for and that is what I got.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Wayne TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on June 13, 2009
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The air bake construction lets you bake cookies evenly and consistently. Even if you are not much of a baker, you won't have to worry about burning the bottoms when you are not sure whether or not you need an extra minute. When cookies look ready on top, the bottoms will be fine too.

This is as non-stick as a silicone baking sheet, since the bottoms of your cookies don't burn. I can't say whether this is the ideal sheet for all styles of cookies, but it's worth having among your bake ware even if you need something else for certain specialty cookies.

The only down side is that these are potentially more fragile than traditional baking sheets. You can't expect to soak these in the sink or throw a large pot on top of them without expecting damage. It's the perfect thing for my young teenage girls to bake with, but a terrible thing to keep around my pre-teen son. Under normal circumstances with reasonable care, none of this should be an issue. They even stand up to automatic dishwashers. (The cookie sheets, not my children.)
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