Definitely. I do it all the time. Just wipe off excess crumbs with a paper towel when applicable.
Sam is a trusted home cook.
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.
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).
Thank you for all the help. Cookies turned out fabulous!
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