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Best (and WORST) Baking Pans

By Tessa Arias
September 12th, 2017

I performed side-by-side testing to find the best baking pans! Including nonstick vs. aluminum, and which pans specifically you should NEVER use! Keep reading to find out my all-time favorite pan.

Baking equipment is just as important as the the ingredients you use. But since most of us stocked our kitchens ages ago, we might not realize just how big of an impact our pans have on our baking!

That’s why I decided to put a bunch of baking pans to the test. For this post, I focused on sheet pans and cookie sheets to keep things simple. There are SO many types of baking pans but I figured your standard sheet pan/cookie sheet is the most used in the kitchen.

Note: if you’re curious about my FULL list of recommendations for my favorite baking equipment, or are interested in baking science, then you’ll probably LOVE The Magic of Baking online course + community I recently created. I hope you’ll check it out!

But for now, let’s focus on the best baking pans (and the worst) that I’ve meticulously tested.

Side-by-Side Testing

Take a look at the below cookies. I made a batch of my Ultimate Chocolate Chip cookie dough. I baked that dough at 350°F for exactly 12 minutes but each time on a different baking pan, one pan at a time. I also kept the dough refrigerated between batches so it would be at the same temperature every time it went into the oven. You can already see what a difference the various baking pans made:

Side-by-side testing to find the best baking pans! Including nonstick vs. aluminum, and which pans specifically you should NEVER use!
Side-by-side testing to find the best baking pans! Including nonstick vs. aluminum, and which pans specifically you should NEVER use!

Exact products used:

I knew that baking on different pans was going to result in a slightly different outcome, but the results were even more dramatic than I was expecting. They did fall in line with something I’ve known to be true, that nonstick pans or dark colored pans brown way more quickly and aggressively. So let’s get onto what you really want to know…

Which baking pan is the best?

Testing baking pans

I love my go-to unlined aluminum sheet pans. In this series of testing I used the Nordic Ware brand. To me, it yielded the perfect Goldilocks batch of cookies which were wonderfully golden brown.

This is the basic type of pan we used in culinary school, just the full sized versions. This is what you’ll find in most professional kitchens. I use these pans every single week, sometimes daily, for both sweet and savory preparations. In this case, the simplest most basic option is the best and most versatile. I have five of these pans in my kitchen!

I also use this pan so much because when I’m testing new recipes to share with you I take a few precautions. I always use the most straight forward and basic equipment possible, like these unlined sheet pans. I don’t want to skew or warp my baking results because I’m using different or high end equipment that most of you won’t have.

However, I also have two more recommendations depending on your preferences.

If you like golden crusts

Side-by-side testing to find the best baking pans! Including OXO, nonstick vs. aluminum, and which pans specifically you should NEVER use!
Then you may want to chose a nonstick option. I’d recommend the OXO Good Grips Pro Half Sheet Pan. It’s ceramic-reinforced with a two-layer coating for easy food release while protecting against scratching, staining and corrosion.

You can see from the back of the cookie on the right that it’s also micro-textured with a non-stick pattern to minimize surface contact and increases airflow for an even baking. I’m thinking this makes the pan bake more quickly, so that’s another reason why these cookies browned more than the unlined aluminum. The next time I bake with this pan, I’ll probably shave a few minutes off the baking time. I really like this one!

If you like pale crusts or a soft texture

Side-by-side testing to find the best baking pans! Including air pans, nonstick vs. aluminum, and which pans specifically you should NEVER use!

Then you may want to choose the T-Fal Air Pan option. The layer of air in the center of this pan reduces the heat of the pan, reducing browning and burning. I personally don’t like this result, but I know many of you do so I wanted to mention it.

The Worst Pan?

I would definitely NOT recommend the Walmart Mainstays pan, it was super flimsy. It warped AND rusted after first use and cleaning. I also wasn’t a big fan of the Viking pan either, which basically burnt my cookies.

Which is your favorite?

Let me know in the comments below which baking pan is YOUR favorite, and if you learned anything through my experimenting! I hope you found this helpful.

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Tessa Arias
Author: Tessa Arias

I share trusted baking recipes your friends will LOVE alongside insights into the science of sweets. I'm a professionally trained chef, cookbook author, and cookie queen. I love to write about all things sweet, carb-y, and homemade. I live in Phoenix, Arizona (hence the blog name!)

Tessa Arias

About Tessa...

I share trusted baking recipes your friends will LOVE alongside insights into the science of sweets. I'm a professionally trained chef, cookbook author, and cookie queen. I love to write about all things sweet, carb-y, and homemade. I live in Phoenix, Arizona (hence the blog name!)

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    Patty — February 21, 2022 at 2:31 pm

    Hi Tessa,

    Thank you for providing all this great baking information!

    I am going to try the NordicWare Natural pans and just wanted to clarify something. Your test was done with “unlined” pans? So no parchment paper or Reynolds non-stick aluminum? Did you grease the pan (with what)? Or are you really using just a naked pan?

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      Emily — February 23, 2022 at 10:43 am

      Hi Patty! Correct, Tessa baked these cookies straight on the pans to reduce any variables that would impact the final result – no grease, no parchment, no aluminum. We do use parchment when baking normally 🙂 I hope that helps!

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    Raz — February 4, 2022 at 8:38 am

    This comparison was super helpful. We’ve used our air-bake pans for close to 20 years and our go-to chocolate chip cookie recipe is the “double-tree” secret recipe variety. While I’m not against the bottoms being chewy (it differentiates them) but they could be better a bit crispier. That said, I just ordered a few Nordicware pans in lieu of your test and really for pizza making. I wanted to get into Sicilian and grandma style and was concerned the air-bakes would leave the crust undercooked. Your review was the nudge I needed to replace our pans and get that crust I’m looking for…thank you.

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      Emily — February 9, 2022 at 11:12 am

      So happy to hear of your update to Nordicware! You’ll be happy for sure with that brand 🙂 I’m excited to hear how your new pans affect your baking!

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    Monica Kornegay — January 29, 2022 at 4:18 pm

    I absolutely love using our stone bar pan from Pampered Chef!

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    Dana — December 19, 2021 at 7:27 am

    Thank you for doing the testing – it’s very interesting!!
    What about Circulon pans? How do you rate them?
    I don’t mind buying the really good equipment. If I want a chewy, thick cookie, what pan do you recommend? Thank you!

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      Emily — December 20, 2021 at 4:52 pm

      Hi Dana! Tessa hasn’t used Circulon pans, so she can’t rate them. She does recommend using aluminum sheet pans for baking, her favorites are by Nordicware or Chicago Metallic. While pans are important in the outcome of your cookie, it is also the recipe, the temperature of your ingredients, and chilling your dough that ensure a chewy, thick cookie. Check out this article here that Tessa wrote about How to Bake THICK Cookies. I hope that helps!

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    Kara Olson — November 28, 2021 at 9:27 pm

    I am loving discovering new information through your articles. I did wonder if you’ve done comparisons with baking stones or pans vs stones? In my home baking, I have found it makes a desirable texture of cookie.

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      Emily — December 1, 2021 at 11:55 am

      Hi Kara! Glad you’re enjoying them 🙂 We haven’t done comparisons with baking stones or pans vs stones, but great idea!

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    Nancy — September 25, 2021 at 10:31 am

    I love, love, love Nordicware sheet pans. They are work horses and no problem to clean when I use parchment or silicone pads.

    Love all your tips and tests.

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      Emily — September 27, 2021 at 2:09 pm

      We agree with you completely! Thanks for taking the time to comment, Nancy 🙂

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    Katie — September 24, 2021 at 2:22 pm

    I’m loving the Williams-Sonoma gold touch non-stick cookie sheets. But I’ll definitely try out the Nordicware pans when mine are ready to be replaced. They seem to have yielded the perfect cookie. I’m also a fan of King Arthur Flour’s brownie pans!

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      Emily — September 27, 2021 at 12:12 pm

      We personally found that the gold touch cookie sheets browned everything a bit too much for our taste, but I’m happy you’re enjoying them! King Arthur Baking is a fantastic company with amazing products 🙂

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    Hazel — August 16, 2021 at 3:58 pm

    All my best baking pans are Nordic Ware. No-fail and so fabulous! Early on I tried pretty much all the other options with less than stellar results. Thank you for confirming it.

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      Emily — August 17, 2021 at 9:22 am

      Nordic Ware is a fantastic brand! Glad to hear you had the same outcome with the other pans, the type of pan you use definitely makes a difference!

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    Beth G. — August 16, 2021 at 2:33 pm

    I’ve always been a fan of your basic aluminum sheet pan. I have 3 half sheet and 2 quarter sheet pans that I use constantly! I typically use a silpat or parchment when baking cookies for no sticking and easy clean up!

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      Emily — August 17, 2021 at 9:20 am

      Hi Beth, thanks for your comment! We also use parchment when baking cookies normally, just for this experiment we didn’t want it to influence the final results, so it wasn’t used 🙂

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    María N — March 14, 2021 at 4:59 pm

    Hello Tessa.
    What do you think about perforated baking pans for cookies? I have read that they are the best (with parchment paper or silpat). Among those that you have analyzed and recommended none is perforated, any reason for that?. Thanks

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    Pat Powers — January 24, 2021 at 1:30 pm

    I didn’t see any stainless steal pans in your comparisons. Why?

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    Judy — January 15, 2021 at 8:47 pm

    I like to bake my cookies on my pampered chef stoneware. I don’t burn my cookies . Have you used stoneware to bake cookies on and what did you think?

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    Wayne Wade — November 19, 2020 at 7:04 am

    I bought a Goodcook 13×9 in. baking pan at Kroger and baked corn bread in it once then used it a second time to bake salmon. When I started washing it after using the second time the non-stick coating pealed off in flaky pieces. Wouldn’t want to ingest that! Any idea where this crap is made?

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    Alleyne Hardaker — November 10, 2020 at 10:15 am

    Personally, I like the look of the T-gal air pan, and surprisingly #2 would be the Walmart pan

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    Vinnie Sabatino Sr. — August 21, 2020 at 3:36 am

    Chicago Metallic Baking pans and Parchment paper . They work Well and due to some heavy scrubbing on some neglected surfaces We had them replaced at no charge from Chicago Metallic and we vweren’t even aware that was possible however they made the offer we couldn’t refuse

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    Sarah Zimmern — April 28, 2020 at 2:36 pm

    You are awesome! I have wondered for years which cookie sheets are the best. Your breakdown of cookie preferences is an important detail. Your attention to such details makes this the best review ever. Thank you so much

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    Erin Manwaring — March 20, 2020 at 6:29 pm

    I’m with you, Tessa. The Nordicware unlined sheet or Cuisinart unlined sheet are my personal favorites. In a pinch, I found some cheap micro textured gold-ish ones at Target and the result is much like the OXO.

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    Debbie C — November 20, 2019 at 9:46 am

    Great article. I recently got rid of my air pans. I kept them only as back-up, but then hadn’t used them for years. I’m going to invest in some good pans like the Nordic ones. Thank you.

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    Bob Kelly — October 30, 2019 at 8:43 am

    I have tried a lot of pans in my cookie baking and have decided that the USA pans are the best for me. They are a nice heavy non stick pan and bake very evenly. I have purchased every pan they make and I am completely happy with them, from the muffin pans to the cake pans and sheet pans, all are great!

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    Phoebe — September 24, 2019 at 12:16 am

    Did you put parchment paper or something underneath the cookies?

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      Tessa — September 24, 2019 at 9:07 am

      No, baked straight on the pans to reduce any variables that would impact the final result 🙂

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    Kate — September 22, 2019 at 7:02 pm

    What a dramatic – and unexpected – difference! Thank you for doing the hard work!
    I was wondering, did you use parchment paper? Would that make a difference?
    Thank you!

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    Lynne — October 20, 2018 at 2:27 pm


    Found this page while researching a question that has nothing to do with baking cookies! After reading a lot of replies, the answer seems to be — if it’s been working for you for a number of years, great!; if you’re new to baking, try the Nordicware.

    I grew up baking cookies on a well-darkened Ekcoloy Silver Beauty steel baking sheet and the cookies were always perfect! I still use it today, several decades later. However, I also have a half-sheet Nordicware and 3 quarter sheet anonymous aluminum sheet pans (which look just like the Nordic) on which I roast meats and vegetables (turkey wings and butternut squash for last nigbt’s dinner!). I bought the larger one to make pre-cooked bacon and it perfectly fits a 12 oz package. I don’t do cookies much any more so the Ekcoloy is semi-retired, but it still gets to strut its stuff on occasion

    BTW, you might be interested to know that Cook’s Illustrated did a study similar to yours a while back and also chose Nordicware!

  23. #
    Tessa — September 22, 2018 at 1:38 pm

    Hi, after using this for a science project I realized that it all depends mainly on how you like your cookies. This was a great resource.

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    Leela — October 2, 2017 at 2:07 pm

    I like pale and soft the best. My cookies improved so much using half sheet pans lined with parchment paper.

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    Kristen — September 24, 2017 at 9:29 pm

    Hi- can you provide a link to the parchment paper that fits your nordicware cookie sheets?

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    Miss Monroe — September 24, 2017 at 8:39 pm

    Over heated Teflon coating emits vapors that kills birds. For the safety of my little parrots, I gave my non stick coated pans away and bought a couple of pizza stone. I use parchment paper to line the surface, and the cookies turn out beautifully. I just wish the pizza stones were not so darn heavy!

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    Debbie gibson — September 24, 2017 at 7:46 am

    I am in the middle of remodeling my 1906 house. So I am living in a tiny travel trailer in the back yard. The oven is tiny so regular cookware doesn’t fit. I went to the Dollar Tree and bought a sampling of their tiny baking things. Those pans cook beautiful. I was shocked. Perfectly browned bottoms, no warping. Probably die from whatever metal they are made from but I’m willing to risk it for cinnamon rolls, cookies warm from the oven and lets not forget corn . I luv your newsletter!

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    Barbarainnc — September 24, 2017 at 6:08 am

    I go to Sam’s Club and get 2 half baking sheet pans for about $11.00. I give these as wedding gifts along with a couple of my handmade crocheted dishcloths. 🙂 🙂

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      Tessa — September 24, 2017 at 12:09 pm

      I love that!

  29. #
    Laree — September 20, 2017 at 9:59 am

    Have you tried the “food network” pans? Ceramic or nonstick?

  30. #
    Lynn — September 19, 2017 at 10:06 am

    Really love baking with the Williams Sonoma Gold Touch non-stick baking sheets.

  31. #
    Xara — September 19, 2017 at 6:55 am

    Such a great informative post, thanks Tessa! I am loving the nordicware pan result too!
    I can’t wait for to get one for myself!

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    Jen T. — September 17, 2017 at 7:50 pm

    I’ve used King Arthur cookie sheets for the last few years and have liked them a lot. They are a mix of steel and aluminum so they are firm and not super heavy. They are the best I’ve found and they have the corrugated bottom so they are super easy to work with. My only issue is price because they are pricey but seem worth it so far!

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    Leslie — September 17, 2017 at 4:48 pm

    I love baking with my USA pans. Have you ever used those? However, I have a gas range with the double stove and I noticed that my cookies bake differently in the top oven than they do in the bottom oven. I like the way they bake in the bottom oven better. It’s a convection on bottom but I don’t use the convection setting. Any thoughts as to why?

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    Mary Kusiek — September 17, 2017 at 6:19 am

    Loved this information. Will definitely look for your website in the future.

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    Susan — September 16, 2017 at 2:30 pm

    Hi Renee, To answer your question about insulated air sheets. I have had mine for 25 years also. I love them. they are by Rema Bakeware. I found the name on the back under the little lip.. Hope you can find them..

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    Annette Parsons — September 15, 2017 at 10:18 pm

    I use .. I think they’re air pans .. many years old with only the one up edge. I use parchment on them cuz I enjoy the ease of removal.

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    Stephanie — September 15, 2017 at 5:55 pm

    If parchment paper or a silpat mat is used, how much does the actual pan matter since the dough is not directly on its surface?

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    Debbie — September 15, 2017 at 5:00 pm

    I love my Pampered Chef stones. I bake all my cookies on them. I have never had a problem. The only thing I need to use parchment paper with is press cookies. I use the parchment paper to get ahead of the pans and just slide it on.

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    Anne-Marie — September 15, 2017 at 12:29 pm

    Did you try the USA BAKEWARE? I have not tried the Nordicware cookie sheets, but have several cake pans. I really do like the USA cookie sheets. Is Nordicware better?

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    Betty — September 15, 2017 at 11:06 am

    I never use anything anymore except my Airbake cookie sheets. I’ve never had burned cookies and my family and friends love the crisp edges and soft middles easily achieved with these pans. I’ve given many as gifts and have heard nothing but praise for them. Probably the one caution is to take care of them. Hand wash and don’t submerge, but they are easy to clean.

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    Traci (w/an “I”)… — September 15, 2017 at 10:01 am

    I enjoyed reading this informational baking sheet article. Like you stated…”I always use the most straight forward and basic equipment possible, like these unlined sheet pans. I don’t want to skew or warp my baking results because I’m using different or high end equipment that most of you won’t have.”
    I, as most, unless stated, are normal ppl. and appreciate that you were thoughful enough to think of me (as most)! And am looking forward to more related, updated, etc. informative articles from you and your “Down to Earth” personality. Take care and God Bless!

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    JD — September 15, 2017 at 9:56 am

    Cool test, but I would be interested in seeing the exact same baking test with all pans again, but this time using parchment paper on each pan. Would the bottoms of cookies from each pan brown similarly to the no-parchment outcomes?

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    Jessica — September 15, 2017 at 9:37 am

    What type of sheets would these cookies yield? I like the “Goldilocks” version that you prefer as well. I have these but am almost tempted to buy the ones you use if they’re more likely to turn out that way. I have had pretty good luck with these though. I also use parchment paper.

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      Tessa — September 15, 2017 at 4:17 pm

      I’m not sure, Jessica. I’ve never used those.

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    Debbie — September 15, 2017 at 9:25 am

    I use plain old aluminum pans that I purchased from Sysco, one from target that’s almost the same. I love them, use them for everything!
    so very happy I found you!!

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      Tessa — September 15, 2017 at 4:17 pm

      Thanks so much, Debbie!

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    Judy — September 15, 2017 at 8:26 am

    I like my Doughmaker cookie sheets. I also have All-Clad cookie sheets but prefer the Doughmaker. The All-Clad cookie sheets are very heavy but they do give an even baking to the cookies.

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    Amanda — September 15, 2017 at 7:40 am

    My husband and I were gifted Nordicware pans when we were married, and they have become my favorite. They’re such great pans! I love them. 🙂

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      Tessa — September 15, 2017 at 4:17 pm

      That’s awesome!

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    Jackie — September 15, 2017 at 7:25 am

    I have the full sheet aluminum pans with a lip that I buy at Sam’s Club. They are two pans for under $10. I’ve used them for years for all my cookies and I love them. I always line them with parchment paper too.

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      Tessa — September 15, 2017 at 4:18 pm

      Good to know!

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    kddomingue — September 15, 2017 at 7:25 am

    When we were young and broke we used Walmart aluminum pans. Then I found some Wilton pans on sale AND I had a coupon. I was pumped! I bought four. Wilton was the go to brand for baking, right? Wasn’t that impressed. A friend had the air-bake type sheets….
    wasn’t all that impressed with hers. Sister-in-law got a Pampered Chef baking stone. Liked it for pizza or bread. Cookies? Not so much. Then I tried a Nordicware. (Cue heavenly choirs….) Plain aluminum Nordicware. Love them! Best cookie sheets ever in my opinion. I have four which is just right for batch baking in my kitchen. I gave the hubs the Wilton pans to use when he’s grilling but threatened mayhem and murder if he so much as looked like he was even thinking about touching my Nordicware, lol!

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      Tessa — September 15, 2017 at 4:18 pm

      Haha!! Glad we’re on the same page 🙂

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    Judy Holt — September 15, 2017 at 7:12 am

    When I was in high school, we made corrugated aluminum pizza pans, and I have been using them for cookies for years.. never had a problem. Since they are corrugated, the surface isn’t completely flat and the bottom cooks better.

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      Tessa — September 15, 2017 at 4:19 pm

      Wow, I would have no idea how to make something like that! What a cool project.

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    Debbie — September 15, 2017 at 7:00 am

    I love my Nordicware baking sheets. Sometimes Costco has them in the fall very reasonably priced.

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      Tessa — September 15, 2017 at 4:19 pm

      Good tip!

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    Linda S. — September 15, 2017 at 6:23 am

    Love my unlined Wilton Aluminum cookie sheets….learned years ago that they bake the best for me❣️

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    Ann Godfrey — September 15, 2017 at 5:21 am

    Hi Tessa. I used to use nonstick baking sheets but then realized the cook all food very differently then aluminum. The bottoms of scones and cookies were darker even though I stayed within the suggested baking times. After switching to aluminum, I noticed a big difference. The bottoms of the scones and the cookies were more to my liking. I do not even like non stick dark muffin pans as well.

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      Tessa — September 15, 2017 at 4:19 pm

      Thanks for sharing that, Ann!

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    Renee — September 15, 2017 at 4:27 am

    I’ve bee using the insulated air sheets for 25 years. I got them as a wedding gift and they are the best thing ever. As you said the chewy texture is something that my family LOVES so these work best for us. The problem is that I don’t know can figure out what brand they are and I’ve tried others and they don’t stack up. If anyone know a trick to figure out what the brand is since I can’t seem to find it… I’m all ears!

    Happy Baking!!

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    Cindy — September 15, 2017 at 4:01 am

    I purchased a set of air pans a while back. More expensive than I would normally spend but I anticipated great results. Unfortunately every cookie I baked was hard and dried out – almost like it was dehydrated. I baked until the top had a touch of brown so I tried again at a lesser bake time. Cookies were pale but still dried out. What gives?

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      Tessa — September 15, 2017 at 4:21 pm

      Oh that’s interesting, and why I typically prefer to bake on the most standard pans I can find. Sometime’s it’s not worth having to experiment so much to get it right!

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    Sam — September 15, 2017 at 3:13 am

    Having spent a lifetime in the restaurant business, I go with Vollrath & parchment paper. Before I try this recipe I’m curious as to why you didn’t use espresso powder. Also, I’d like your take on the Epicurious article last spring, “Is Real Vanilla Always Better Than Imitation Vanilla.” I found it very interesting!

  56. #
    Hetta le Roux — September 15, 2017 at 2:48 am

    I need a recipe for the perfect Icing for petite fours. Please HELP

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    Helene H — September 15, 2017 at 2:28 am

    I use the standard food service half sheet pan lined with parchment paper and have had no issues baking on it, sweet or savory. I have 5 of these.

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    Patricia Pines — September 14, 2017 at 7:17 am

    This is a great post! I have three Vollrath Cookies Sheets that I’ve used for the last several years. I’ve found they work best for me. You should see my collection of baking pans before I found these! You should do a post on any differences with pan liners, like silpat versus parchment. I would like to see your results, if any. Thanks!

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    Stacy O. — September 12, 2017 at 1:23 pm

    Do you ever use a silpat liner on your cookie sheets?

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      Tessa — September 12, 2017 at 3:13 pm

      I generally prefer to use parchment paper, even less clean up! For this test I baked the cookies directly on the pans.

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    Marsha — September 12, 2017 at 4:48 am

    I love to bake cookies and I use Pampered Chef baking stones. They work well for me. Have you used them? Any thoughts?

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      Tessa — September 12, 2017 at 3:16 pm

      My mom had a pampered chef baking stone when I was growing up and I just found that option to be too much of a burden to wield (heavy!) and clean, especially when I want to bake multiple batches in a short period. I only use a baking stone for artisan bread and pizza now.

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