Holiday baking is soon to start – and no baking marathon is complete without a Silpat Non-Stick Baking Mat!
Do you have a Silpat? I have two, and I’m asking for more for Christmas. (Ahem, mom! 😉 )
Seriously – I use my Silpat almost every single day. I use it every time I bake to make my cookie sheets non-stick. When I’m making pie crust, I use Silpat’s cousin, the Roul-Pat. If I was making a holiday baking gift list – a Silpat would be my #1 item!
What’s amazing about using the Silpat for baking is it’s non-stick. Your cookies (or whatever you’re making) pops right off. Last week I made some stuffed chocolate chip cookies…although I didn’t stuff them well enough. The caramel inside leaked all over the place, but because I’d used a Silpat, all I had to do was peel it off.
According to the Silpat website, “Silpat® Non-Stick Baking Mats are designed for every type of oven. From savory to pastry baking, nothing sticks to Silpat®. It is reusable for thousands of uses and provides even heat transfer to baked goods.” And it saves money too – you don’t have to use parchment. Or grease your pan.
So pretty much, you need one
or one hundred of these in your life.
And you’re in luck – I’m giving one away today! The generous folks at Silpat are giving away one Half-Sized Silpat to one lucky Crazy for Crust reader!
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Published on: October 26, 2013