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I was strolling through the aisles in our store one day and these new silicone baking mats caught my eye. Sure, I’ve seen silicone baking mats before, but these ones were different. They’re cute! They have a flower design on them. I’ve never really wanted one before, but the design on these ones tipped me over the edge and I got two of them. The regular baking sheet size and a small 8″ round.
These are non-stick high grade silicone baking mat. When choosing Nidaba, you don’t have to settle for low quality mats that stain, burn and are simply boring! Nidaba has carefully crafted their mats to be 16 1/2” x 11 5/8” to fit your US half sheet pans. They have angled corners to ensure a perfect fit and they are thicker and stronger measuring at 0.80mm thick vs. the standard 0.40mm. They are able to withstand temperatures up to 450°F.
Save money! Nidaba silicone baking mats are reusable. Now you can replace your cooking sprays, aluminum foils and parchment paper to achieve a non-stick surface! Just think about how nice your pans will stay over the years.
Nidaba’s mats are BPA free, allowing your food to have a clean, odor free surface to bake on every time. These mats are top-rack dishwasher safe and hand washing is a breeze! Eliminate the stress of soaking and scraping those large pans!Now, I was wondering what to do with these silicone mats other that just using them as a non-stick surface for my baking sheets and cake pans. I remembered watching one of our gals making a cake roll one day in the store. She used a silicone baking mat to roll the cake and it turned out beautifully. So, that’s my tip I’m going to share with you today. You could use these for any cake roll recipe, but here’s my favorite that I’ll share with you today.
Let me share with you today something delightful that you can make on a whim when you need a special little treat for a special occasion of just to satisfy a sweet tooth. These pie pops are basically little hand pies, but I’ve added a stick to make them more fun for the kids.
You probably have all the ingredients in your pantry right now, so let’s get to it.
First, make your pie crust. Roll it out to about 1/8″ thick (maybe a little thicker, depending on how you like it). Cut your desired shape out of the rolled out dough with a cookie cutter. Repeat until you have used all your dough.
Divide your dough shapes in half and lay half on a silpat or parchment-lined baking sheet. Put about a teaspoon of strawberry jam in the center of each shape. Add a few chocolate chips if you’d like. Next, add a sucker stick. (The stick isn’t absolutely necessary, but it sure does make them fun.)
Place the other half of your dough shapes on top of each bottom piece and seal the edges with the tines of a fork.
Bake at 350° for 20-25 minutes.
Remove from the oven and allow to cool completely before picking them up. If you don’t let them cool completely, the sticks will spin and the pie pop will fall off because the jam is still warm and liquidy, so it won’t hold to the stick until it’s completely cool.
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