FOOD + DRINK, RECIPES + menus | December 13, 2010

Holiday Baking Tip: Lining Pans with Parchment

Parchment Paper Lining Tip

Started your holiday baking yet? Me either. Though in between choosing my recipes and preparing my ingredient shopping list, I’m on the hunt for tips to help make the baking process a little sweeter.

If you’re not already using parchment paper to bake, let this be the season you start. Parchment paper is similar to wax paper – minus the wax, so it’s oven-safe. Use it to line cookie sheets and baking pans to eliminate the need for greased pans (and, ahem, a few extra calories too). Parchment paper also helps to make clean-up easier.

To ensure your pans are perfectly lined, try these simple tricks from goodLife {eats}. Place your pan on the parchment paper to ensure the correct size, then snip the corners of the paper. How sweet is that?

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One Response to “Holiday Baking Tip: Lining Pans with Parchment”

  1. I really need to start doing this. My brownies always stick to the bottom of my pan it seems. Thanks for the good tip!