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An alternative for parchment paper when baking?


Is there anything else that can be used for baking gooey cookies (such as rugelach) when parchment paper isn't available?

 

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    vespawoolf 4 years ago

    I think that's a great idea.

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    Margie Lynn 16 months ago

    I always wonder if you could bake with wax paper, thanks for info!

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    vespawoolf 3 years ago

    Thank you for your answer, peachpurple. That does work well for most cookies. But for making candies, such as caramels, there is more of a problem with sticking and parchment is necessary.

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    vespawoolf 4 years ago

    That's a great point. Reusing parchment is gentler on the environment, too.

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    vespawoolf 4 years ago

    Great answer, thanks! I also love silpats. Mine bit the dust and I bought a cheaper brand to replace it, but it smokes in the oven! I think oiling a paper bag is a good idea.