AirBake Natural 2 Pack Cookie Sheet Set, 16 x 14 in
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- Air insulation prevents top sheet from overheating which prevents burning
- Micro-Dome technology decreases bake times by up to 15-percent
- 100-percent aluminum
- No rust promise
- 10 year warranty
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|Dimensions||2 inches x 16 inches x 14 inches||1 inches x 13 inches x 18 inches||2 inches x 14 inches x 16 inches||2.62 inches x 16.75 inches x 17.75 inches|
|Item Package Weight||2.55 pounds||1.45 pounds||2.05 pounds||3.4 pounds|
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We've read the negative, as well as the positive, comments. Each is correct and each is wrong, to a different extent. Everyone seems to be missing the same points. A cookie sheet is a cooking vessel, just like any pot or pan.
You would not, for example, complain about a double boiler, because it wasn't good for making fried eggs; nor would you complain about a cast iron frying pan, because it wasn't good for making soup. The point is that different types of cooking vessels are made, for different purposes, just as different types of cookie sheets are made, for different types of cookies.
Let's see if we can examine at least some of the problems, then try to shed some light on some of the possible cause(s), maybe even suggest some solution(s).
Those who like crisp, firm cookies, such as ginger snaps, sugar cookies or short breads, should not be using insulated pans. For them, the best cookie sheet is the uninsulated one, since it crisps better.
Those who prefer chewy, gooey or cake-like cookies, such as chewy oatmeal, fruit-based or fruit-filled cookies or similar items, should be using the insulated cookie sheets. The insulated sheets create a cookie which is evenly browned, top and bottom, definitely best for thicker cookies.
Those who like a darker bottom, on their cookies or pastry, should be using cookie sheets with darker colors (insulated or non-insulated, non-stick coated or otherwise).Read more ›
1. clean with dish soap and dry well
2. cover with one T of oil and rub well into surface
3. wipe extra oil off
4. bake at 400 degrees for 15 minutes
5. buff off remaining oil
6. repeat until your buffing towel has no dark aluminium oxides on the surface.
7 if you need to start from scratch, use 0000 steel wool to prep the surface
When I went to order another pan to replace the browned one that sticks, I discovered they are not actually the same pans! The one that looks and performs like new says "AirBake" on the back. It has evenly-spaced, little round indentations over the surface of the back. The one that I'm going to throw out says "WearEver" and has fewer oblong-shaped indentations. It seems so obvious now how different they really are!
I'll be sticking with the real AirBake sheets from now on.
I do a TON of Christmas cookie baking for 'treat trays'. After trying my first Airbake sheet, I built my supply up to eight of them! Here are some things to consider:
*They work best on cookies with high shortening or butter content. Peanut butter, choco chip, Russian teacakes, all come out perfectly on these pans. DO NOT GREASE THE PANS. The pans do not handle biscuits (for example) well.
*You may have to increase the baking time (don't increase temp with a conventional oven)slightly when using Airbake.
*Never ever ever put the pans in your sink to wash. If they get water in them, the air compartment is destroyed. I usually wash mine (they clean up in a flash with rarely a need to use a scrubber) with just a dishcloth in the 'empty' sink compartment. To get them cooled off in a hurry (yes, I run out even with eight of them), just dry them off and stick them in the freezer for a few minutes.
*Mine have some scratches on them from use and stacking. It doesn't affect their performance at all.
*I just got a convection oven, and don't know how they'll perform in there (I chickened out & used the conventional bake on my first baking effort). I sent an email to Wearever, and within an hour got a reply: 'Our Airbake products are safe to use in a convection oven. However, you may find that you will need to adjust the cooking temperature by increasing it 10-25 degrees depending on what you are cooking.'
Treat the baking sheets with care, and you may find they're the FIRST sheets you reach for. Oh, and I won't make cakes or brownies in anything BUT my (5) airbake cake pans - they're sooooooooo much more moist!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
doesn't have the same baking quality as the original we've had for 30 years.Published 23 hours ago by Ronald Solheim
Anyone that bakes cookies knows how tricky they can be. These cookie sheets are the best have ever used, the bottoms of toll house are almost golden. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Shane Thompson
very good cookie sheets. I have been using AirBake for years and would not use anything else. !Published 6 days ago by Amazon Customer- Bunny
Super disappointed. After one use it is completely discolored.Published 15 days ago by Lindsey Kyser
I have always loved all the airbake products. These are great cookie sheets. Purchased these for my daughter and she thinks they are superb.Published 24 days ago by Karen M. Humphrey