Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Pampered Chef Stoneware

So I'm trying out a new cookie recipe tonight and suddenly it occurs to me "What Works for Me."

Since I've been married, we've always had at least one pice of Pampered Chef Stoneware in our house. I grew up with my mom using them as a consultant, and now as a wife and mom, I don't know what I'd do without it.

For financial reasons, we just have a flat round stone. We use them mostly for pizzas and cookies. We find that our cookies bake more evenly and quickly in the oven. They are also less likely to stick and burn.

My mom has also had further luck with the bar pans and bakers for bar cookies, lasagnes, and such. Everything seems to
bake more thoroughly and have a consistent heat throughout.

Stoneware definately Works for Me.

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6intow said...

I definitely agree! I love stoneware. I have the loaf pans that I use constantly. I would love to have more, but it is pricey. It also keeps food warmer longer for serving. I can't think of a downside to stoneware!

Unknown said...

I will have to use my stoneware on cookies. I am always looking for new ways to cook a better cookie. Thanks for the insight!

Milehimama @ Mama Says said...

I love the stoneware. In one house we moved into, I found a BRAND NEW one in a box in the storage area - bonus!

I do wish they had a little lip for getting it out of the oven. I make anything I'd use a cookie sheet for on it!

Jane Anne said...

I use my stoneware for everything! I think I use the flat round one and the rectangular bar pan the most. You should host a show. You probably know this since your mom was a consultant- that is the easiest way to get the products without paying a fortune!

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Buffie said...

I love my stoneware and use it a lot. The pizza stone was the piece I started with and I slowly built up my collection of stoneware pieces. It's pricey so it's taken about 10 years for me to build it up, but it's worth every penny I've spent.

Heather@justdoingmybest said...

I have several stones and love them! They are great for even cooking and clean-up is great. When baked on cheese peels right off under the water, you know it's good.

Home School Dad said...

We will definitely try that next time we make cookies.

Angela @ Nine More Months said...

My mom has one of those for pizza. It turns out so great!

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