Hanson Creek's New Silicone Baking Mat Helps Holiday Cookies Bake More Evenly
Cookies Won't Stick On The Hanson Creek Non-Stick Mat
Hanson Creek Silicone Baking Mat- Bake and Share This Christmas!
When baking cookies, a very important step, especially with sugar cookies is to chill the dough. You can chill cookie dough directly on this silicone baking mat, then roll it out and cut into shapes. To create firm but moist cookies that keep their cutout shapes, a home baker should take the silicone mat with dough and chill it in the refrigerator in order to help cookies retain their shape. The non-stick mat can stand being moved into and out of the refrigerator; it can even go from the refrigerator to the oven.
This silicone baking mat withstands temperatures of -40 degrees to 480 degrees Fahrenheit, so you can be confident when you take the mat from the fridge, place it on a cookie sheet and put the prepared sheets directly into the oven.
Another issue in the kitchen tool department is the rolling pin. Professional bakers often repeat this refrain –don't overwork the dough. Chill the dough, cut it out, gather the scraps and chill, then re-roll the dough just once and cut into shapes, all on the Hanson Creek non stick baking mat . The chilled dough doesn't stick and you can use the rolling pin directly on the mat itself.
It is important to allow pans to cool before loading them up with another batch of cookies. If the sheets are still hot, it could cause the dough to slightly overcook. Owning several silicone baking mats or baking sheets can help when rotating cookie dough. You can prepare cookies and drop them onto the mat, then once the baking pan cools, place the prepared nonstick mat onto the cooled pan and pop it back into the oven.
With family recipes, many of these recipes bake large amounts of cookies. It's not unusual for a baker to get distracted, preparing new pans of cookies and to fail to rotate the baking sheets in the oven. It's important to switch the positions of the baking sheets at least once because if they aren't moved, some cookies can be over baked and some could turn out to be under baked.
"For some families, baking is as much a part of the holidays as trimming a Christmas tree," said Zane McElroy, Publicity Director for Hanson Creek. "We want all of the holiday baking that our customers do to turn out just right and we believe our nonstick silicone mat can help with that."
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