If you love baking, chances are your cookie sheets are the bane of your existence. We’ve got easy tips and tricks you’ll love!
With all the wild claims doing the rounds, what really works when it comes to cleaning your cookie sheets. We don’t want to be scrubbing and tubbing, but we do want something that works. There is no doubt that it seems the baking soda and hydrogen peroxide is one of the most popular and works a treat.
There is however, another idea that we have found and you simply won’t believe what the item is that produces such results. Now there is no need to throw out your old Cookie Sheets! Scroll our post to the short video, you are definitely going to want to know this clever kitchen hack! We have also included how to re-season your cast iron pots and skillets so scroll the page to the end and don’t forget to Pin your favorites.
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How To Clean Cookie Sheets Like A Pro
All you need is a combination of Baking Soda and Hydrogen Peroxide in the correct proportions and they’ll work wonders! Here’s what you need to do -:
Put 1/4 cup of baking soda in a small glass bowl and squirt in hydrogen peroxide until it makes a nice paste. Rub it into the offending area, be sure to wear rubber gloves and use a sponge.
Clean Cookie Sheets with Dryer Sheets Video
The next idea we are sharing with you is a total cracker and one we have never heard of before. Can you believe that you can use Dryer Sheets to bring your Cookie Sheets up to store condition! It’s true. Click Play above to watch the video ⇑
15 Amazing Chocolate Chip Combinations
Here’s some great ways to ramp up your Cookies. We found 15 ways to get the best Chocolate Chip Cookies. You are going these delicious flavor combinations via She Knows
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