The Best Pans for Baking Cakes and Cookies

Your bakeware materials and surfaces affect your baking more than you think-not every pan is created equal.

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It is common to think that the more expensive the product, the better it is. However, when it comes to bakeware, there is no need to break the bank.

 

Here's a pro tip for evenly cooked cakes and cookies: instead of using higher-priced, dark aluminum, and non-stick baking surfaces, go for the lighter-colored, lightweight, and glossy pans.

 

Unlike glossy pans, dark and dull-finished pans often heat up too quickly-which may explain cakes with over-baked edges or cookies with burnt bottoms and undercooked tops.

 

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