This is the latest Flexible Non-stick Silicone Bakeware. Scroll down to find Jumbo (extra large) silpat. Oven, Freezer & Dishwasher Safe to -40F to 500 F. Silicone bake ware bakes better because it does not burn the outsides of baked good. Muffins rise better in silicone, I have tried these myself.
FDA Approved! Easy to Clean 

H2409 Silpat 11 7/8 x 16 H2409 

 

H2398 Commercial Size Silpat 16.5"x 24.5"  (fits 18x26 sheet pan) H2398  



The "poor man's silpat"

$3.99
Regency Parchment Paper  30 Sq. Ft. 12" wide
Withstands temperatures up to 450
Resist scorching

Makes clean up a snap!

(not for broiler)

 

$5.49
Ateco Parchment Paper  30 Sq. Ft. 14 3/4 " wide 33" 8" long
Withstands temperatures up to 450
Resist scorching

Makes clean up a snap!

(not for broiler)

9.99
Silicone bakeware is completely flexible, offering quick release of cakes, muffins and breads. There's no need to grease the pans - just use a light coating of vegetable spray first. Stain-resistant and completely hygienic, these flexible pieces won't retain odors or flavors.
Oven, microwave, freezer safe from -40 F to 500 F

Silicone Round   cake pan 9 
4710

9.99
Silicone bakeware is completely flexible, offering quick release of cakes, muffins and breads. There's no need to grease the pans - just use a light coating of vegetable spray first. Stain-resistant and completely hygienic, these flexible pieces won't retain odors or flavors.
Oven, microwave, freezer safe from -40 F to 500 F

Silicone Kugelhopf  cake pan 9 
4714

9.99
Silicone bakeware is completely flexible, offering quick release of cakes, muffins and breads. There's no need to grease the pans - just use a light coating of vegetable spray first. Stain-resistant and completely hygienic, these flexible pieces won't retain odors or flavors.
Oven, microwave, freezer safe from -40 F to 500 F

Silicone 6 cup muffin  pan 8.5 x1 2.5  
4719

9.99
Silicone bakeware is completely flexible, offering quick release of cakes, muffins and breads. There's no need to grease the pans - just use a light coating of vegetable spray first. Stain-resistant and completely hygienic, these flexible pieces won't retain odors or flavors.
Oven, microwave, freezer safe from -58 F to 428 F

Silicone Zone  angel food pan  10 x1 4   
#834255001815

9.99
Silicone bakeware is completely flexible, offering quick release of cakes, muffins and breads. There's no need to grease the pans - just use a light coating of vegetable spray first. Stain-resistant and completely hygienic, these flexible pieces won't retain odors or flavors.
Oven, microwave, freezer safe from -58 F to 428 F

Silicone Zone  Holiday Bell cake  pan 12 inch long 10 inch wide at base   
#834255003710

9.99
Silicone bakeware is completely flexible, offering quick release of cakes, muffins and breads. There's no need to grease the pans - just use a light coating of vegetable spray first. Stain-resistant and completely hygienic, these flexible pieces won't retain odors or flavors.
Oven, microwave, freezer safe from -58 F to 428 F

Silicone Zone  rectangle cake pan  9"x13"
   #834255004052


$13.99
Silicone 9 inch loaf pan


$14.99
Silicone 11 inch loaf pan

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27576 Ynez Road H-9
Temecula CA 92591

In business since 1984 family owned and operated! Proud to offer our silicone bakeware.

 

Hello, Today I thought it would be a good idea to talk about a relatively new product. Have you seen or tried a silpat baking sheet? This is a really great tool! If you like to bake, it is something you will really want to have in your kitchen! What a silpat baking sheet is, is a sheet of silicone. What you do with it is line a cookie sheet or a jellyroll pan and you will never have to be concerned about whatever you are baking getting stuck to the pan. (This is a blessing when it comes to clean up as well.) No more greasing or spraying your pans. No more baked on grease on your baking sheets. BUT, that is not the only way you can use it. This surface is a wonderful surface for rolling out pie crusts. (You can use less flour and get a more tender crust.) I like to pat out a pizza crust on a cookie sheet with a silpat on top. Then top it right there, and put the whole thing right into the oven. How about letting your next loaf of "rustic" bread do its final rising on a silpat lined baking sheet and pop the whole thing into the oven. It works really well. My favorite usage though, is for shaping and baking focacha. Here' what I do: I prepare my favorite Italian bread loaf recipe in the usual way until just before the last rising. Then I remove the dough from the bowl to a silpat lined baking sheet. I shape the dough into a rectangle and pat it out until it covers the silpat. Cover with a clean cloth, and let it rise for about 45 minutes. Remove the cloth, and "dimple" the dough with your fingertips. (Now for the "good stuff") Drizzle olive all over the loaf and top with your favorite toppings. I like to use julianned basil, minced garlic, a few sliced ripe olives. and diced sun dried tomatoes. (It makes my mouth water, just thinking about it.) Put the topped loaf into a 350 degree oven until golden brown. I like it best when it has cooled just enough so you can pick it up comfortably, but it is still good cold. Maybe you can come up with other ways to use the silpat baking sheet. If you do, how about emailing the suggestion to me and I'll pass your email on to anyone checking out this web page. Any other questions or suggestions??? Let me hear from you and I'll get back to you as quickly as I can. Until next time. Helen