Cookie Sheet (10x14-in.) by Doughmakers
From Doughmakers, this small cookie sheet is perfect for cookies or biscuits. The turned-up edge provides better heat circulation; the Original Pebble Pattern finish ensures easy release each time. Created by moms and preferred by professionals, Doughmakers bakeware is constructed with straight ... See complete description »
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From Doughmakers, this small cookie sheet is perfect for cookies or biscuits. The turned-up edge provides better heat circulation; the Original Pebble Pattern finish ensures easy release each time. Created by moms and preferred by professionals, Doughmakers bakeware is constructed with straight sides for a tall rise, sturdy handles for transporting and rolled edges to prevent bending and warping. Endorsed by food experts like Fleischmann's Yeast and Clabber Girl Baking Powder, they're lighter and more durable than steel, guaranteed to never rust.
This cookie sheet is thinner than what I was used to; however, it works well. Just had to acclimate myself to the cooking times. Product is great.
No guessing in using this product. Great for cookies and other things also. Quick clean-up.
Performs as advertised and is plenty big (small) for our usual, nightly batch of biscuits for 6 people.
seems to work like all cookie sheets, I can take it or leave it.
The reason for purchasing the pans was due to the fact that they are flat with only one lip. I make the Italian Wedding Cookie (also known as the 7 layer cookie) and require a pan with a minimal lip to slide the large delicate cookie on to a cutting board; followed by the layering of the next two cookies. The pans are the perfect size and are just amazing.
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