AmazonBasics Silicone Macaron Baking Mat - 2-Pack
- 2 non-stick silicone baking mats for easy and convenient baking
- No need for oil, cooking sprays, or parchment paper
- Oven-safe up to 480 degrees F
- Features guide lines for 30 macaron halves for each sheet
- 11 5/8" x 16 1/2"
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An Amazon Brand. 2 non-stick silicone baking mats for easy and convenient baking. No need for oil, cooking sprays, or parchment paper
AmazonBasics Silicone Baking Mat with Macaron Templates
With this two-pack set of AmazonBasics silicone baking mats, you can skip the cooking spray, pan greasing, and parchment paper. Placed directly on an existing cookie sheet or countertop, the silicone mats help you get consistent results when you're making macarons by providing a template that helps you apply just the right amount of batter for perfect cookies.
- Non-stick silicone baking mat
- No need for oil or cooking sprays
- Oven-safe up to 480 degrees F
- For all types of ovens, except direct-fire ovens
Made from durable, food-grade silicone that can be reused over and over, the flexible baking mats feature a nonstick surface that allows for effortless food removal. No extra greasing needed.
Use the silicone mats when baking chocolate-chip cookies, cinnamon buns, or homemade bread or when making sticky caramels or baked salmon with garlic and lemon. The mats also work well for placing under bubbling casseroles or fruit pies that drip over, catching drips and preventing a messy oven, dirty pan, or the need for disposable aluminum foil.
And unlike other types of pans and baking sheets, the non-stick baking mat can handle the use of metal spatulas or utensils without damage (serrated edges not recommended).
The two-pack set of AmazonBasics baking mats are oven-safe up to 480 degrees F. They can be used in all types of ovens, except for direct-fire ovens. Once the mats are placed on a pan or sheet into a hot oven, they evenly transfer heat to the food for thorough baking and consistent results.
When finished, cleanup is a breeze. Simply wash the mats by hand with soap and water and allow to air dry, or place in the dishwasher (top rack only).
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They will stain in the presence of things like tomato sauce, turmeric, and hot oils. That's unfortunate but not a deal-breaker for me, so long as they work properly.
Their key issue, the one that may a no-go issue for some users, is that they will burn at or after around 400 degrees. They definitely will burn at 425. This is well below the temperature limit that the product is supposed to be able to take.
Now I don't know whether that's the way they are from day one or whether they became more likely to burn after a series of use and washing possibly eroded their silicone coating. Either way, that's a huge failure when the product is supposed to have a much more robust temperature tolerance.
Myself, I was using them at lower temperatures until recently. When I started trying to use them at 400-450, that's when they went downhill after a couple of uses.
From my experience I would say they are viable up until 375-400. After that point, they will not survive and you'll end up having to toss and replace them as I am now forced to do.
Buyers beware! These are good, but only good to a point that is well below what we are being told will actually work with them.
If you don't plan to use them beyond 400 degrees, you should be OK. If you may want to go past that temperature, you will want some other option than these mats.
These things BURN. and even at 350. There is a quality control problem and my advice is DONT BUY
I’ve had these mats and we use them almost daily for almost a year now. They still look brand new and I have had no problems with staining, melting or the mats becoming worn. When using them, I cook most items at 375 degrees but have used them at up to 425 degrees several times with no issues so far. For clean up, I generally drape them over my cups in the top rack of the dishwasher and then when dry roll them up and slip a napkin ring or rings cut from and empty paper towel roll so they fit easily into a drawer. These things are fantastic and have paid for themselves many times over in the superior non stick surface, ease of clean up and the cost of parchment paper and or/aluminum foil I used prior to discovering these.