Since I am moving away from disposable I looked at getting a baking sheet. Apparently 2000-3000 uses per one. I never bake that much, so it’s a life time investment if I look after it properly.
Since my oven is rather small I need a quarter size one. Found on on Amazon ‘silpat’ and $21 so good price, but comments below put me off as apparently silpat and they didn’t say which size is fake, not made in France but in China. Thin, peeling, everything is burning on it.
Has anyone purchased any other brand of baking sheet? Any suggestions and hints?
Wilton baking products are good quality, long lasting and come in many different sizes. Have a look at their webiste https://www.wilton.com/shop-cookie-sheets/. The products are available in Australia even in Big W, Spotlight and Kitchen Warehouse among other outlets.
I bought these in September last year and love them. I use them on flat trays (e.g. roasting veggies, pizza, etc) and also use the small one for lining baking dishes (e.g. brownies). I have had no issues with the quality e.g. peeling or burning as mentioned in earlier posts. They have gone a bit brown around the edges but that hasn’t affected their performance.
Now just to find some that fit my bread and cake tins