Test results for a selection of silicone bakeware from 10 brands priced from $10 to $50
We included, where available, a range of products from each brand - a muffin pan, a cake pan and baking sheet. We also compared their performance to traditional non-stick metal bakeware.
We tested for:
Cooking performance – baking a range of treats: sponge cakes and choc-banana muffins in the pans, and foccaccia on the baking sheets.
Ease of use – cleaning, storage & versatility, handling and dishwasher use.
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Please note: this information was current as of January 2006 but is still a useful guide to today's market.
- All the silicone bakeware we tested cooked well.
- Some bakeware is easier to use.
- Silicone bakeware cools to the touch faster and is easier to store than regular bakeware. It can also go in your dishwasher without rusting.
- Price isn't an indicator of performance.
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- JAMIE OLIVER BY TEFAL
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