Betty Crocker 3-in-1 Baking Rack
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- 3 Tiered oven rack
- Bake up to 4 tiers at 1 time
- Nickel chrome plating looks great and is built to last
- Folds flat for easy storage
- Dimensions 15-1/2-inch by 14-1/4-inch by 7-1/4-inch
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Betty Crocker Cuts Baking Time In Half
The 3-tier Baking rack doubles the capacity of your oven. Bake up to 200 cookies an hour! This rack is the perfect solution to the busy baker. Bake your Christmas cookies in half the time, leaving more time to spend with family and enjoy the day.
The rack is also great to cool your cookie sheets. Set up a rack on the countertop and pull out you cookie sheets, and let them cool on the rack. This will save precious counter space as well while you bake.
Bake 4 Tiers Of Cookies At 1 Time
The rack is designed to lower overall baking time. By baking 4 tiers instead of 2, you can cut your baking time in half. Simply rotate the top and bottom sheets half way through for even baking results.
Rack Doubles As A Cooling Rack
The rack also is great to cool your cookies as you pull the cookie sheets out of the oven. Save space and time by simply setting the cookie sheets on the rack and letting your cookies cool.
The Nifty 3-in-1 Oven Rack saves precious time when baking your favorite treats. The unique three tier design allows you to bake up to 4 layers of cookies or pizzas at the same time. The Nifty 3-in-1 Oven Rack also folds flat for easy storage.
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The people who claim it is flimsy and falls down are putting it together upside down. I could drop this thing and bounce it all around without it coming apart. I did not squeeze the hooks shut or do anything other than put it together the right way. It is under tension when put together correctly.
Unfold the sides, remove the racks, TURN THE BASE OVER, then put the racks on. You will feel the tension as you pull the sides in to put the racks on.
Not sure how well the video compression will go, but I included one with it the right way, The photos show the feet when right and wrong.
As for using it in the oven, it looks like you'd have to use the quarter sheets for cookies, although there are some manufacturers who make cookie sheets in non standard sizes that may take better advantage of the expanded real estate. Check the measurements given and use a little logic...ovens are wider than they are deep. If you take the longest measurement for the depth, you're obviously going to run into trouble. Don't diss a product because you didn't pay attention or you have the wrong size cookie sheets. It's too bad they don't recommend a maximum sheet size, but we are all adults here, aren't we?
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Those who said in their reviews that it wasn't sturdy put it together upside down as I did the first time.Read more