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Silicone Baking Mat Set of 2 $6.45 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Arcade Mall via Amazon AU

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Coson Home Silicone Baking Mat Macaron Mat Sheet, Pro Non-Stick Reusable Sheet Food Safe Tray Pan Liners Set of 2, 11.6x16.5 inches (LxW)

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  • These are great. Got a set from Aldi about a year ago that need replacing so grabbed these. Good price.

  • -1

    Assuming these are bakeable

    • ABSOLUTELY SAFE MATERIAL: Made of the highest quality food grade silicone fiberglass mesh, which provides consistent heat distribution and promotes even baking. Which temperature resistance range: -40~230°.

      • temperature resistance range: -40~230°.

        Yeah… Some ovens go hotter and you sometimes go beyond 230°.

    • +2

      Assuming these are bakeable

      No, this baking mat is suitable only for outdoor gardening and home entertainment purposes.

      • too small for that !!

  • A replacement for baking paper?

    • Yes. Better for some use cases,

  • I've been watching baking videos and was browsing for a baking mat yesterday and this shows up today. What are the chances?

    • +6

      Google created ozbargain just to send you targeted ads.

      Longball game.

    • +1

      Google wants you to 'allow Cookies' to be baked on these mats 🍪😂

  • These are coming up as $8.45 for me.

    • +2

      There’s a $2 coupon to apply, mine didn’t work the first 3x I clicked it. Then it worked and got them for $6.45. Hope that helps

    • +2

      Click Apply coupon. Might need to be logged in or a Prime member if you're not.

  • Good price!

  • Not really great for stuff that requires no moisture in the product. Eg. Macaroons.

    • +3

      This. My partner has been doing a bit of baking. We have a silicone baking mat that my partner's sister no longer uses for patisserie school, and she has tried macaroons and choux buns. The silicone does not transfer enough heat through to the base of these. The choux didn't rise properly compared to baking paper, and the macaroons stuck, maybe because they hadn't baked enough on the bottom. Maybe you could alter the timing for macaroons, but she didn't use the silicone a second time to try it.

  • +1

    Aaaaand its gone

  • +1

    Currently unavailable.

    We don't know when or if this item will be back in stock.

  • +1

    Out of stock just as I added it to my cart

  • Silicone Baking Mats in general review from my bro knowledgeable cook of the fam, "cleaning is too hard, not recommended"

    • The cook and the cleaner are not usually the same person :/

      We have some that look crappier than this. You get used to it.. Mostly.

      • Well said. What would you recommend to clean?

        • Just regular kitchen detergent.. Mine are smooth and thin, I stretch them over a wire cake rack so i can scrub them. Mine are hard to dry as you have to hang them up or over stuff; difficult when they like to stick to things and themselves. Tall kids bottle rack and again wire cake racks work.

        • +1

          Like most other clean ups, immediately after finishing with warm water and a clean scrubber. Get the cheap scrubbers at the reject shop and use a new one every time you need to scrub the cling ons in the mat. Works every time for me.

          • +1

            @soyea: A new scrubber every time? Might as well use disposable baking paper then

        • +1

          I tried handwashing these to start but agree, it is way too hard if you want to get them not greasy feeling. But I just put them in the dishwasher now. As long as I drape it over a plate it doesn't end up thrown around and ends up far cleaner than if I try to hand wash it.

          • @EBC: The firm ones or flimsy ones?

            (Flimsy ones are about as thick as a couple of sheets of paper)

            • +1

              @justtoreply: Yep these thin ones are the type I have. Granted the dishwasher I have sucks but generally if I have a row of 5 or 6 plates I will put one end between the first and second and the other end between the 5th and 6th. Seems to hold it in place well enough that it doesn't (often) end up at the bottom of the dishwasher.

  • Oh I'll be baking alright.