Does any one line their cookie sheets with parchment paper before baking?
I've used parchment to line my baking sheets for years.
I use parchment paper for several reasons. First, don't have to wash the cookie sheet. Second, can have the next batch ready to bake. Third, I pull off the entire sheet with cookies still on it onto the cooling rack. It can also be used in cake pans esp. if making an upside coffee; it will come out cleanly without using extra shortening.
I have used parchment paper for baking cookies, cooling fudge etc for years. The cookies seem to bake better and more evenly. You can use the same sheets of paper for several batches and you never have to wash cookie sheets again. I would be lost without parchment paper when I make my Christmas cookies each year. Love the stuff.
Yes, sure helps with clean up. Love it. And also I use heavy duty foil and wipe it off between each pan full. GG Vi
I use parchment paper under almost everything. When I broil anything, parchment paper in the bottom of the broiler pan makes clean-up effortless. Most times you don't even have to wash the pan. (Just a wipe will do).
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