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Tips for Using Silicone Bakeware

Tips for Using KitchenAid Silicone Bakeware

Silicone bakeware is very versatile.

  • Refrigerator, freezer, and microwave are safe.
  • Heat resistant up to 500° F.
  • Heats and cools quickly and allows for even heat distribution.
  • Flexible for easy removal of baked goods and easy storage.
  • Dishwasher safe for convenient and thorough cleaning.
  • Safely goes from freezer to oven (and vice versa) without damaging bakeware.
  • Safe for use with metal utensils, but knives or serrated blades should not be used.

NOTE:  

  • Do not use on a gas or electric stovetop or under a broiler.

Cleaning

  • Before using, wash in Dishwasher or wash by hand in warm soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly.
    • If washing by hand, soak pan in warm water, wash with mild detergent, rinse and air or towel dry.
    • Do not scour with abrasive cleaners or scouring pads.
    •  Acids from some foods may stain the silicone pan but will not affect the performance of the bakeware.

Baking Tips

  • For perfect release, spray a thin layer of cooking spray.
  • Fill evenly with batter and bake.
  • Cooking time may vary slightly than with traditional metal bakeware; therefore, adjustments in time and temperature may be necessary.
  • Place Silicone Bakeware on a baking sheet for easy transfer from counter to oven.
  • When using in the microwave, place pan in the center of the turntable.

Removing Baked Goods

  • Before removing baked goods from the pan, allow to cool completely.
  • To remove the baked goods, invert the pan and apply pressure to the bottom and carefully peel the bakeware away from the baked goods.

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