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    Cookie Sheets and Oven Temperature

    Ransomed by Fire
    Mon Sep 16, 2013 1:12 am
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    I was looking at some instructions for a cookie mix. It says to use one temperature if you are using a dark cookie sheet and a different temperature for a light cookie sheet. I'm using an old lightweight cookie sheet that's kind of a greyish color now with a dark blue silpat. So, where does this put me on the scale of what temperature to use?
    auzzi
    Mon Sep 16, 2013 8:40 am
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    Dark bakeware absorbs more heat than lighter coloured bakeware, Subsequently, dark cookie sheets burns the bottoms, if the temperature is too high.

    The silpat is irrelevant as it does not absorb or contribute to the heat ..If your bakeware is greyish, go with the "light bakeware" temperature ...
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