Vollrath 68085 Customer Reviews
Product Code: 175-68085
I use the cookie sheets to bake cookies, artisanal bread, scones,and pizza.
a baking sheet that should last a very long time.
I make very thin linzer cookies, so I have to roll out the dough on the sheet and remove the excess. Since these cookie sheets are thick and sturdy, I can get an even thickness - no sagging in the middle. The best part is how evenly the cookies bake, from the edge to the middle of the sheet. It makes my labor of love a little less laborious and more joyful. I am so happy with them, I ordered a whole bunch to give to to Mom and friends, and more for me of course!
These cookie sheets were highly recommended on cooksillustrated website which is why I purchased them. These are the best cookie sheets I've ever used- I don't think you can burn cookies on these sheets even if you tried. I highly recommend this product! The only downside in my opinion is they take longer than average to cool however that problem can certainly be solved by purchasing extra cookie sheets! I also highly recommend ordering from Katom- the best prices!
I got the recommendation for these cookie sheets from Cooks Illustrated and they were right; the cookies come out slightly crisp on the bottom and moist on top...a wonderful combination. But, you have to adjust your cooking time to account for the heft of the sheet. They take longer to heat up and seem to never cool down between uses. I'm glad I bought three to rotate. Also, you can use parchment paper to prepare the cookies and put them on a warm sheet. The problem is is that by the time I've figured out the correct cooking time, the batter is almost gone. It could be a learning curve. I've used them three times for cookie recipes that yield only 2 dozen...not a lot of time to figure out the cooking time. One time I got it right though (in a 4 dozen cookie recipe) and the results were great. I'll keep on trying since I had to throw out my old pans.
These cookie sheets had the highest rating from a well-known, no-advertising cooking magazine, and KaTom had the best price.
This is an excellent cookie sheet; I bought a second after using my first for a year. It's sturdy, so it doesn't warp. It's silver in color, so it doesn't burn the bottom of the cookies. It isn't non-stick, and so it takes a bit more effort to clean unless you use parchment paper, but it's not a problem in any case.
I have been baking for 40 years and wish I had these cookie sheets when my kids were young and I baked a lot of cookies. These are the best I have ever owned. No twisting and warping in the oven and cookies are perfect.
Cookie sheets. Sheets are very heavy;; so I assume they will hold up lots better than the ones I've owned over the years. So far I have made chocolate chip and oatmeal raisin cookies on them. They have come out well and the sheets clean up easily.
This cookie sheet is built really well. It's retained its shape after months of steady cooking, and I haven't had any problems with its heating distribution. The only cons, and they are slight, would be the hole-punch on one end (seems unnecessary), don't put it through the dishwasher--or at least don't let it sit and dry in the dishwasher. I did this and it left the sheet with a cloudy and smeared finish. It hasn't affected the performance, but it certainly doesn't look as appetizing to cook on anymore. And finally, i wish the rims were a bit higher so I could grab it better with mitts on. Again, the cons are limited, and the pros outweigh them immensely. A strongly recommended sheet.