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post #16 of 37
I'm a Pampered Chef consultant, so I'm partial to the stones too icon_wink.gif Won't bake cookies on anything else now!
post #17 of 37
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Originally Posted by dstbni

I just did all my Christmas cookies on the Sam's ones. Love them! I think having the ridge around the edge (like a jelly roll pan) helps avoid the popping and twisting you can get from regular cookie sheets.



Exactly! And glad you had a good experience with them, Debi.
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post #18 of 37
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Thank you so much to everyone! I have been gone all evening and was really excited for to see all the great information. Do you think my 5 year old son will go shopping with me tomorrow? LOL
post #19 of 37
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Originally Posted by Angel_Cake

I'm a Pampered Chef consultant, so I'm partial to the stones too icon_wink.gif Won't bake cookies on anything else now!



THANK YOU!! I could NOT think of the name of my first stone......I think they call that a "brain fart" lol icon_lol.gif

I still have my 3 original Pampered Chef stones and absolutely LOVE them.
post #20 of 37
Love my "Air bakes"
post #21 of 37
When using your stones, do you line them with parchment paper?
post #22 of 37
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Originally Posted by Angel_Cake

I'm a Pampered Chef consultant, so I'm partial to the stones too icon_wink.gif Won't bake cookies on anything else now!


These are really great for bread products, too! I gave my big Pampered Chef stone to my daughter (I'm a caterer .... I don't cook at home! icon_confused.gif ) because she's gotten into making pizza from scratch. The stone makes SUCH a difference!
post #23 of 37
I LOVE my Food Network brand ones from Kohls. They are big, bake evenly and do not warp.
post #24 of 37
I have two Chicago Metallic heavy commercial 12x18 which I love. I added two Sam's pans, and they work great too. Sam's ones are much less expensive- I think I got two for about 2/3 the price of one of the CM. I'll be adding a couple more Sam's.
post #25 of 37
Doughmakers is a brand of bakeware and they are great. I have two that I bought from metro kitchen it is online. They are so good and lighter than a stone.
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post #26 of 37
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Originally Posted by indydebi

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Originally Posted by Angel_Cake

I'm a Pampered Chef consultant, so I'm partial to the stones too icon_wink.gif Won't bake cookies on anything else now!


These are really great for bread products, too! I gave my big Pampered Chef stone to my daughter (I'm a caterer .... I don't cook at home! icon_confused.gif ) because she's gotten into making pizza from scratch. The stone makes SUCH a difference!



Don't waste $$$$ on a bread stone. Go to Lowes/H.Depot, and get some ceramic tile. They usually have some for way less than a buck a tile. If you take your oven size with you. They will cut the tiles to fit.

Mike
post #27 of 37
I received a Wearever as a gift a few years ago. LOVE IT! Bought a Martha Stewart on clearance at TJMaxx & it bakes the same as the Wearever. Baked on a couple from Sam's w/ extremely similar results. I wanted something similar across the board to be able to cook on w/ similar results & baking times.

I like my stones for my breads & baking w/ my kids. but if I'm making cut out sugar cookies & the rest of mine, give me the good ole shiney metal pans. Plus, stones are CRAZY expensive & there's no way I could afford to replace 6-10 pans w/ them. and they do require longer baking times---some of my cookies by 5-6 min per batch & who has the time for that?

So, for occasional baking go for a stone if you can afford it. But for others i would use good quality baking sheets.
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post #28 of 37
Doughmakers is a brand of bakeware and they are great. I have two that I bought from metro kitchen it is online. They are so good and lighter than a stone.

Got 2 from Santa.
Can't wait to try them out.
post #29 of 37
I have those big, heavy duty ones too, but you won't believe where I got them. They were from a small ethnic store 3 for ...wait for it...$10 (that's right I said $10!)
post #30 of 37
I buy the 12 x 18 sheets at my local restaurant supply store $6 each. I also have Pchef stones but prefer the ease of the metal pan. (Stones too heavy)
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