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Can I reuse parchment paper between batches of baking cookies?

asked by kas1216 over 2 years ago
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Sam1148

Sam is a trusted home cook.

added over 2 years ago

I do.

But look into "Silplat" it's a reinforced silicon mat you use for baking. It's easy to wash..and I store mine in a paper tube from paper towels. Non-Stick and reusable.
If you shop around you can it for less than 20 bucks. Well worth the initial cost.

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In my experience, Silpats are terrible for making cookies. They insulate the bottom of the pan too much, so the bottoms of the cookies never get crunchy (this happens to be a deal breaker for me).

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added over 2 years ago

Thank you for all the help. Cookies turned out fabulous!