I cannot stand cleaning up baking pans and cookie sheets after each use, and there is nothing worse than seeing that burned coating that appears from overusing baking sheets or pans. Reynolds Parchment Paper Sheets are extremely convenient because they are pre-cut to fit my largest baking sheet, which I still put away in a box after use. I also like that you can reuse the sheets to make multiple batches of a recipe.
Additionally, I make a lot of sugar-free, gluten free, wheat-free desserts and baked goods, which benefit greatly from cooking on parchment paper because the ingredients tend to be softer, burn easier and stick to pans more.
I tested the Reynolds sheets by making two different recipes:
Chocolate Chip Cookies
(made with sugar-free chocolate chips)
Rosemary Buttermilk Biscuits
(made with almond flour)
Both baked goods cooked nicely with bottoms that did not burn.
Both items were easy to remove, and clean-up was non-existent afterwards.
One of the big differences between using Reynolds parchment paper and an ungreased baking sheet is that I am able to easily pick up my cookies and place on a plate, instead of using a spatula to (sometimes) scrap them off the pan. There is also no residue on a pan to worry about, and cleanup is an overall breeze.
Reynolds Cookie Baking Sheets is the type of product that saves you a little time, saves your pans, and definitely saves you the headache of washing (or scrubbing) off greasy residue and burnt crumbs from your cookie sheets.
Wheat Belly Diet Tip: If you’re baking cookies, biscuits, scones, loaf breads and similar recipes, use parchment paper, like Reynolds Baking Sheets, to make sure you don’t break, crumble or burn these types of baked goods.
Disclosure: I received a free #Sponsored sample to test out the baking sheets, but my opinions are 100% my own.