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Post Info TOPIC: What size cookie sheet are you using?


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What size cookie sheet are you using?


Which cookie baking sheet are you using for your RV?  I will measure my oven this weekend for dimensions but am curious what ones you like that fit in a toaster oven and your RV convection oven.

 

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I'm interested in hearing the answer to this also. My oven is 15x15 and toaster oven is 9x11. I decided a pizza pan would serve dual purpose in the regular oven but I'd like to find the biggest possible cookie sheet for the toaster oven.

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Looking online, Kitchen Collection (which we find in many outlet malls) has a 2-pack of "Hamilton Beach Set of 2 Mini Slider Cookie Sheets - 08122" for $5.99. These are 11-1/4" by 8-1/2" each.

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I bought an Wilton 10.25 x 15.25 for my convection microwave. It's a little less deep than the oven but that's what I wanted because the back of the oven bakes hotter than the rest (we have a Frigidaire Professional convection microwave. We replaced the original and I'm a bit disappointed that it bakes hot in the back (same problem I had with the original). I do rotate the baking sheet 1/2 way through baking...especially cookies or biscuits or scones. I have a Breville toaster oven (not convection) and I bought a Wilton 10x8.5 toaster oven sheet for it. Got both at BB&B.

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The biggest one that fits with the turntable turned off. Conv/microwave does a fine job baking.

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