ChefLand Parchment Paper Pan Liner Baking Sheets - 12" x 16" (100)
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- Ultrabake baking paper
- Easy to use
- A good quality product
- Moisture and grease resistant
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Despite the inaccuracy, these work well to prevent sticking and help with clean up. Also, they are reusable, so that helps with controlling costs and waste.
It worked fine for a batch of cookies, probably due to the fact that they were coconut based so the high fat content helped in the sticking issue. However, when I made a test batch of filled pretzel bites for a upcoming party, the sticking was horrible! I don't know how much worse it could have gotten if it was glued down; the bottoms of every piece were literally torn off trying to remove them.
In an attempt to try and resolve this, the next batch was laid down on a corn meal base, which usually does the trick. The same result, horrible sticking and torn bottoms. I have never seen this happen with other parchment, even when baking at higher temps for things like breads, bagels, or pretzels.
I'm not certain what to do with these now, except for maybe origami. I'll try and do some lower temp baking and see if it has something to do with the higher oven temp, but I have severe doubts about this.
Firstly, they are slightly bigger than a half-sheet pan so you still have to fold them. Secondly, the sheets are thinner than other parchment and seem to sweat. When I take something out of the oven, it's wet underneath, plus I've had several things stick to the sheets.
Regarding shipping charges and conditions, I've seen several people talking about that in their individual posts. Here was my experience:
I ordered three sets (total of just over $30) then there was an additional $10 shipping fee to send them from Canada. The three packs were individually sealed in shrink wrap and all were packed flat in a box that had been cut to fit. The $10 seems to be a commonly quoted shipping price, so if you're going to order, go in with your friends and order several packs at once.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
why didn't I know about this earlier. baking has just got easier.Published 2 months ago by Lily H. Hua
These are good. I'll buy again when my supply is depleted. Good price.Published 8 months ago by Jill Hansen
Convenient individual sheets, with 2 unexpected problems: 1. storage 2. They do not lie flat in my baking pans (too big). I should have measured them first.Published 9 months ago by Rose