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cooking cookies on Baking paper

(6 Posts)
makemeslim Tue 14-May-13 13:08:29

Weel it says it all really.. Should i bake my cookies on the tray or on baking parchment??

wetsand Tue 14-May-13 13:10:24

Either is fine, but if you use a tray, make sure you grease it first, otherwise they will stick

makemeslim Tue 14-May-13 13:23:57

Thank you, have greased and a slight dusting of flour, last time i made cookies on parchment they ended up in the bin, because it stuck to the bottom of them sad x

Startail Tue 14-May-13 13:27:00

Invest in the reusable silicon stuff.

this stuff

Mine came from my local posh cook shop, DF uses it for drop scones directly on her Aga. £8 for two baking sheets worth, but nothing sticks to it, it's easy to wash and you can use any old dead backing tray under it.

Startail Tue 14-May-13 13:27:32

Sorry not scilicone teflon

Elderflowergranita Fri 17-May-13 22:50:04

Are you sure you used parchment? I've known greaseproof baking paper to stick, but never parchment.

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