Non Toxic Bakeware – Non Toxic Cake Pans, Muffin Pans, Cookie Sheets

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Non Toxic Bakeware

Non Toxic Bakeware – Non Toxic Cake Pans, Muffin Pans, Cookie Sheets

 

I really enjoy making cupcakes and cookies with my daughter during the holiday season.  She gets really intrigued with the whole process of cooking including preparing and mixing ingredients, shaping the dough, decorating and sprinkling the cupcakes and cookies.  Therefore, I decided to explore more baking things such as loaves, pies and cakes with her during this holiday season.  I don’t usually bake things such as cakes or cookies so I don’t have many bakeware items such as cake pans or loaf pans.  Therefore, I wanted to find some non toxic bakeware for this holiday season.  Also I’ve been getting lots of inquiries about non toxic bakeware including non toxic cake pans, non toxic baking sheets, non toxic muffin pans lately.  Therefore, I decided to research further to share non toxic bakeware with my readers as well as getting some bakeware for me to use with my daughter during this holiday season.  In this post, I share with you what materials to avoid when getting bakeware and what non toxic bakeware is available. 

 

 

What Materials To Avoid In Bakeware

 

Nonstick Coatings

When you bake things on a baking pan, baked goods can stick to the surface.  Now this can be a problem when you try to preserve the shape of muffins or cakes.  If they stick to the surface of the pan after being baked, they end up breaking when you try to take them out of the pan.  Therefore, many bakeware have nonstick coatings.  While nonstick coating provides nonstick properties and conveniences, they are made of harmful chemicals.  A chemical coating commonly used for nonstick is polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE), known as Teflon.  This synthetic chemical was made with perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) in the past.  PFOA is classified as a possibly carcinogenic to humans by the IARC.  It is also linked to negative health risks such as liver damage, thyroid disease and immune system problems.  Consequently, PFOA are banned or phased out with some exemptions in many countries and products due to harmful risks to your health.  Many nonstick cookware doesn’t use PFOA any more since 2015.  

PFOA has been replaced with other chemicals such as GenX or PFBS.  However, the replacement chemicals, GenX and PFBS are still harmful as PFOA according to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).  GenX has been shown to cause cancer in lab animals and cause many of the same health problems as PFOA.  According to the EPA’s 2021 report, a safe daily dose of GenX is 3 ng/kg of body weight whereas a safe daily dose for the chemical the GenX replaces, perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA), is 20 ng/kg.  PFOA has been linked to cancer in people and to the reduced effectiveness of childhood vaccines and other serious health problems at even the smallest doses according to the Environmental Working Group (EWG).  The GenX chemical has even a lower safe daily dose limit than the harmful PFOA.  PFBS is not as toxic as PFOA, PFOS, PFNA, PFHxS and GenX but it can still have harmful effects on the thyroid and kidney, reproduction and development.  Therefore, although some nonstick bakeware or cookware may claim the products are PFOA free but the replacement chemicals used for the nonstick coatings may still be as harmful.  

When Teflon nonstick coating is in tact, it is considered to be safe.  However, when a nonstick cookware is overheated, the nonstick coating starts to break down and releases toxic fumes.  The toxic fumes can cause polymer fume fever and the fumes can actually kill birds.  Teflon does not recommend cookware and bakeware in ovens hotter than 500 °F (260 °C).  According to the Teflon, higher temperatures can discolor the surface of coating or cause it to lose some of its nonstick properties.  Nonstick coatings can break down over time by being used in high heat especially for extended periods or too often.  Nonstick coatings can also get damaged by being scratched with metal utensils.  Being washed in the dishwasher may also damage the coating.  When the nonstick coating gets disintegrated, degraded or damaged, you may be exposed to toxic chemicals such as GenX or PFBS.  If the nonstick coatings wear down over time or get damaged, it is recommended to replace the the cookware or bakeware.  However, it may be hard to spot when the nonstick coating is worn off with the naked eye.  

 

 

Ceramic Coated Nonstick Bakeware

Ceramic coated bakeware may seem like a healthy, safe option since it is nonstick without any PFOA or PFOS chemicals. Examples of cookware that uses a ceramic nonstick coating are Greenpan or Farberware nonstick ceramic cookware.  However, there are some questions that can be raised.  Ceramic coated nonstick cookware is usually made of metal such as hard anodized aluminum coated with a nonstick layer of ceramic. What is concerning is that ceramic nonstick coating may contain nanoparticles.  Thermolon, for example, is a nonstick coating found on Green Pans and is made with the sol-gel process which uses nanoparticles.  However, there are some concerns with nano products that use nano technology.  Some scientists are concerned that nanoparticles can enter our bodies through air or food and cause negative health implications.  When the nonstick ceramic coating is in tact, the coating may not pose any threats.  However, the nonstick ceramic coating can wear off easily with normal use making the pan’s coating thin and vulnerable to damage.  When nonstick coating is thin, ceramic coating can easily be scratched and chipped by metal utensils.  Once coating is chipped, cookware can release nanoparticles and aluminum into food.  A 2016 study found that nanoparticles gets released when ceramic coated cookware has surface wear and damage from scratches or chipping.  It may not be easy for people to notice the nonstick coating being worn off.  Also, it may be easy for some people to damage the coating with utensils.  Having a possibility of nanoparticles being released into food does not make me feel ceramic coated nonstick bakeware may be a good idea.

 

 

Silicone Bakeware

Silicone is considered to be inert, relatively non reactive.  However, some studies suggest that silicone bakeware can leach into food.  One study by the Swiss Federal Office of Public Health concluded that up to 212°F (100°C), silicone elastomers can be considered as inert.  Around 302 °F (150°C), silicone elastomers start to degrade.  The total release of volatile substances was measured by simply weighing the moulds before and after the heating.  The higher the temperature, the more weight loss occurred.  Increasing the temperature accelerated the rate of the degradation process of the moulds.  Also, even after 100 hrs of heating, substances continued to migrate.  They concluded that silicone baking moulds are not inert enough for use in all the range of temperatures indicated by the manufacturers.  Another study observed migration of siloxane from silicone moulds with different foods and concluded that a higher fat content of the food increased migration.  The study found that migration of siloxane from silicone moulds were greater in meat loaf than milk-based desserts.  Another study also concluded that meat loaf had a much higher amount of migration of siloxanes from silicone moulds than cake.  There are limited studies available on how food reacts with silicone so more studies are needed.  However, silicone may not be inert in some situations as these studies suggest.  In general, silicone bakeware is heat-resistant up to 428 degrees Fahrenheit (220 degrees Celsius) and it may not be safe at very high temperatures or beyond the recommended temperatures.  Also, some silicone bakeware is not made of 100% silicone and contain fillers or additives.  These fillers and additives can cause odors during use of silicone bakeware or may also migrate into food.  If consumers do not ensure that silicone bakeware is made of 100% silicone, they could end up getting silicone bakeware with harmful fillers or additives without knowing.  With some of the concerns I listed, a silicone material may not be the confident choice for bakeware.

 

 

Non Toxic Bakeware

Non toxic bakeware materials of my choice is glass, stainless steel and cast iron without nonstick coatings.

 

Glass: Glass bakeware can be made with tempered soda-lime glass or borosilicate glass.  Tempered soda-lime glass is stronger than the regular glass but it may break if it experiences sudden temperature changes.  However, when it breaks, it breaks into small, circular pieces which is much safer than small sharp pieces.  It is more resistant to impact breakage. Borosilicate glass has a high tolerance to heat and extreme resistance to severe temperature changes.  Therefore, it is more thermal shock resistant than soda lime glass.  It can handle sudden temperature changes from freezer to oven without cracking.  However, when it breaks, it shatters into small jagged shards which can cause injury.  Borosilicate glass is also more expensive to produce than tempered soda lime glass.

I prefer the borosilicate glass for bakeware since I sometimes bake frozen meat on a bakeware and sometimes I want to use the bakeware when it is still hot (when needing to bake something else right after baking something).  However, if you never use the bakeware with the temperature change from cold to hot temperature (or vise versa), whether the glass is borosilicate glass or not may not matter.  However, if you would like the bakeware to withstand extreme temperature changes without cracking or shattering, borosilicate glass may be the better choice for you.

 

Stainless Steel: Stainless steel is non toxic overall.  However, if you cook acidic food in stainless steel for a long duration, stainless steel cookware may release iron, chromium or nickel at very low levels.  This is considered not a health concern to most people and stainless steel material should be safe.  However, if you have iron, chromium related health problems, you may consult with the doctor first.  Also, some people may be allergic to nickel.  Therefore, if you are allergic to nickel, 18/0 stainless steel cookware which has no nickel may be a better choice.

 

Cast Iron: Cast iron is naturally nonstick without nonstick coatings.  However, I have seen some cast iron bakeware with nonstick coatings.  Therefore, you may want to check that cast iron you are getting does not have any nonstick coating. 

 

 

Non Toxic Cake Pans

 

Simax Clear Glass Fluted Bundt Cake Pan – Non Toxic Cake Pan

 

Bake a gorgeous cake with this bundt pan!  

Material: Borosilicate Glass (heat and cold proof with a high thermal shock resistance)

Cadmium and lead free

Size: 10-inches in diameter and  5-inches deep

Shape: Round

Temperature: Bundt pan can withstand temperatures between 572° and -40° Fahrenheit (300°/-40° Celsius)

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also oven, freezer, microwave safe

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Simax Clear Glass Shallow (4.75”) Bundt Pan – Non Toxic Cake Pan

 

Material: Borosilicate Glass (heat and cold proof with a high thermal shock resistance)

Size: 8-inches in diameter and 4-inches deep

Shape: Round

Temperature: Bundt pan can withstand temperatures between 572° and -40° Fahrenheit (300°/-40° Celsius).

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also oven, freezer, microwave safe

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Fox Run Round Cake Stainless Steel Baking Pans – Non Toxic Cake Pan

 

Material: Stainless steel

Size: Overall dimensions: 9.75 x 9.75 x 1.5 inch

          Interior dimensions: 9 x 9 inch

Shape: Round

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, and also oven safe

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Norpro 9-Inch Stainless Steel Cake Pan – Non Toxic Cake Pan

 

Cake pan and also great for savory dishes like deep dish pizza, small casseroles or a breakfast strata

Material: stainless steel with mirror finish

Size: 9”/23cm inside top, 8”/20cm inside bottom, 1.5”/4cm tall/deep

Shape: Round

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P&P CHEF Stainless Steel Bakeware Tier Cake Pan Set – Non Toxic Cake Pans

 

Perfect to make chiffon, cheese, mousses, and ice cream cake for gift, birthday, desserts, afternoon tea, they can be also used as pizza pan, pies plate, fruit container, and food serving pan

Material: Stainless steel with mirror finish

Size: inner diameter 9½ inch, outer diameter 10 inch, Height 2 inch

Shape: Round

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, oven safe and Freezer Safe, Not microwave oven safe

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TeamFar 8 Inch Cake Pan Set of 2 – Non Toxic Cake Pans

 

Perfectly used to make layer cakes for several persons at any occasion, Such as birthday cake / desserts, Perfect to separately bake the cake when making tier cake, instead of cutting sponge cake into several tiers, Ideal gift for families or friends

Material: Stainless steel with mirror finish

Size: 8 inch cake pan

Shape: Round

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

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E-far Stainless Steel Round Cake Pans – Non Toxic Cake Pans

 

This metal bakeware set (set of 2) is great for baking cake, quiche, deep dish pizza, fruit cobblers, flan and gelatin molded desserts, or broiling steaks and ribs in the oven, also as a good choice for serving fruits and vegetables

Material: Stainless steel with mirror finish

Size: Inner size: 8 x 2”, Outer size: 8½” x 2

Shape: Round

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

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E-far Stainless Steel 9½ Inch Round Cake Baking Pans – Non Toxic Cake Pans

 

This metal bakeware set (set of 3) is great for baking cake, quiche, deep dish pizza, fruit cobblers, flan and gelatin molded desserts, or broiling steaks and ribs in the oven, also as a good choice for serving fruits and vegetables.

Material: Stainless steel with mirror finish

Size: Inner size: Inner size: 9½” x 2”, Outer size: 10” x 2”

Shape: Round

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

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Deedro Store 8 Inch Cake Pan Set of 3 – Non Toxic Cake Pans

 

Perfect to create all kinds of cakes for gift, birthday, afternoon tea, celebration, wedding, Fit in oven, pot, air fryer to make cakes, steam veggies, roast chicken wing, Even efficient as a serving pan for serving salad, fruits and meats (Set of 3)

Material: food-grade premium 430 stainless steel

Size: Inner size: 8”x 2”, Outer size: 8½” x 2”

Shape: Round

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

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E-far Stainless Steel Cake Pans – Non Toxic Cake Pans

 

This bakeware set is great for baking cake, deep dish pizza or broiling steaks and ribs in the oven, Round racks are perfect for cooling cake, pies, Also great for steaming vegetables, elevating foods above the grease, Fits in Air Fryer Pressure Cooker.

Total 4 Pieces (2 cake pans + 2 round racks)

Material: Stainless steel with mirror finish

Size:

  • Cake Pan: Inner Diameter: 8 x 2 inch Outer Diameter: 8½ x 2 inch
  • Cooling Rack: Diameter : 7½ x 1 inch

Shape: Round

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

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Stainless Steel Cake Push Pan, Egg Bites Molds & Parchment Paper – Non Toxic Cake Pan

 

You can enjoy making individual small size cakes for birthday parties, sous vide egg bites, lava cake, brownie cake, bread pudding, carrot cake, lemon cake, key lime pie, meatloaf, or lasagna…the possibilities are endless!

Material: 18/8 Stainless steel

Size: 7 x 7 x 2.5 inches

Shape: Round

Dishwasher Safe:  Yes, also oven safe and fits perfectly inside your instant pot, ninja foodi, or other 6qt or 8qt pressure cooker.

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Non Toxic Pie Pans

 

Simax Glass Fluted Cake Dish 11 inch – Non Toxic Pie Pan

 

Material: Borosilicate Glass (heat and cold proof with a high thermal shock resistance)

Cadmium and lead free recycled glass

Size: 11-inches in diameter and is two inches deep

Shape: Round

Temperature: Baking dish can withstand temperatures between 572° and -40° Fahrenheit (300°/-40° Celsius).

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also oven, freezer, microwave safe

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Simax Glass Pie Pan for Baking 10.25 inch – Non Toxic Pie Pan

 

Use for all your cakes, quiches, tarts, casseroles, fruit desserts, and more.

Material: Borosilicate Glass (heat and cold proof with a high thermal shock resistance)

Cadmium and lead free recycled glass

Size: 10.25-inches in diameter

Shape: Round

Temperature: Baking dish can withstand temperatures between 572° and -40° Fahrenheit (300°/-40° Celsius).

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also oven, freezer, microwave safe

Made In: Czech Republic

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Simax Glass Pie Pan for Baking – Non Toxic Pie Pan

 

Use for all your cakes, quiches, tarts, casseroles, fruit desserts, and more.

Material: Borosilicate Glass (heat and cold proof with a high thermal shock resistance)

Cadmium and lead free recycled glass

Size: 11-inches in diameter

Shape: Round

Temperature: Baking dish can withstand temperatures between 572° and -40° Fahrenheit (300°/-40° Celsius).

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also oven, freezer, microwave safe

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Lodge 9 Inch Seasoned Cast Iron Pie Pan

 

Material: Cast iron

Size: 31.6 x 25.4 x 4.3 centimeters (9 Inch diameter)

Shape: Round

Dishwasher Safe: No, hand wash only, stove-top, oven, broiler and grill safe

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Non Toxic Loaf Pans

 

Simax Glassware Loaf Baking Pan – Non Toxic Loaf Pan

 

Large glass loaf dish is perfect for baking quick breads, cake, and meatloaf.

Material: Borosilicate Glass (heat and cold proof with a high thermal shock resistance)

Cadmium and lead free recycled glass

Size:11 inches long x 4.8 inches wide x 3 inches deep

Shape: Rectangular

Temperature: Baking dish can withstand temperatures between 572° and -40° Fahrenheit (300°/-40° Celsius).

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also oven, freezer, microwave safe

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Superior Glass Loaf Pan With Cover – Non Toxic Loaf Pan

 

Ideal for baking casseroles, pastas, bread, meat loaves, and pound cakes.

Material: Borosilicate Glass (heat and cold proof with a high thermal shock resistance)

Size: 25.4 x 7.6 x 7.6 cm

Shape: Rectangular

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also freezer, oven, microwave safe

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OXO Good Grips Glass Loaf Pan With Lid – Non Toxic Loaf Pan

 

This loaf baking dish is great for making breads, pound cakes and more.

Material: Borosilicate Glass (heat and cold proof with a high thermal shock resistance)

Size: 27.2 x 15.2 x 8.1 centimeters (6-inch x 10-inch dimension marking)

Shape: Rectangular

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also microwave, freezer, oven safe

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Fox Run Loaf Pan Stainless Steel Baking – Non Toxic Loaf Pan

 

This baking pan is not only great for sweet treats like banana bread and cake, but also works wonderfully for savory meals such as bread or meat loaf.

Material: 18/8 Stainless Steel

Size: 9.5 x 5.25 x 2.5 inches (inner dimension 8.5″x4.5″x2.5″)

Shape: Rectangular

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, 

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Lodge 8.5 x 4.5 Inch Seasoned Cast Iron Loaf Pan

 

Material: Cast iron

Size: 8.5 x 4.5 Inch

Shape: Rectangular

Dishwasher Safe: No, hand wash only, stove-top, oven, broiler and grill safe

 

 

 

Non Toxic Baking Dish

 

OXO Good Grips Glass 3 Qt Baking Dish with Lid – Non Toxic Baking Dish

 

Material: Borosilicate Glass (heat and cold proof with a high thermal shock resistance)

Size: 39.6 x 24.6 x 7.6 centimeters

Shape: Rectangular

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also microwave, freezer, oven safe

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Anchor Hocking 8-InchSquare Glass Baking Dish with TrueFit Cherry Lid – Non Toxic Baking Dish

 

Material: Glass

Size: 8-inch glass baking dish

Shape: Rectangular

Temperature: Safe up to 425°F

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also microwave, freezer, oven safe

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Bayou Classic Cast Iron Rectangular Cake Pan

 

Material: Cast Iron

Size: 9 X 13 x 2 inches

Shape: Rectangular

Dishwasher Safe: No, hand wash only, stove-top, oven, broiler and grill safe

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Norpro 8 Inch Stainless Steel Square Cake Pan – Non Toxic Cake Pan

 

More than a cake pan! Use for your cinnamon rolls, sticky buns, brownies, corn bread and fruit cobblers! Also great for savory dishes like small lasagnas, manicotti, enchiladas, casseroles and meat loaf!

Material: Stainless steel with a mirror finish

Size: 7.5″/19cm inside top, 7″/18cm inside bottom, 1.5″/4cm tall/deep

Shape: Square

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also oven safe

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Lindy’s Stainless Steel 9 X 13 Inches Covered Cake Pan – Non Toxic Cake Pan

 

Material: 18/10 stainless steel

Size: 13 x 9 x 3.3 inches

Shape: Rectangular

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

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Non Toxic Muffin Pans

 

E-far Stainless Steel Muffin Pan Tin for Baking – Non Toxic Muffin Pans

 

This metal muffin pan set is perfect for cupcakes, cornbread, brownies, biscuit/egg/sausage muffins, pastries, meat loaves, Also great for making frittatas, bacon cinnamon rolls, cranberry oatmeal bites, mini lasagnas.

Each pan has 6 standard cups, 2-pack set gives you the flexibility to use one in a toaster oven or two in a convention oven, Compact muffin pans can be stacked together to save storage space

Material: stainless steel

Size: Overall pan size: 11.44” x 7.12” x 1.25” (cavity top dia.2.75”, bottom dia. 2” )

Temperature: Oven Safe up to 450℉

Dishwasher Safe:  Yes, also oven safe

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TeamFar Stainless Steel Muffin Pan – Non Toxic Muffin Pans

 

Many muffin recipes can be created with these muffin baking trays, Such as making muffins, hash brown egg nests, chicken pot pie cups, stuffed fish recipe, mini quiches..

Muffin tins set of 2

Material: 18/0 stainless steel

Size: 11.3”L × 7”W × 1.2”H, Each set with 6 cup, Inner cavity size: 2.6” and Bottom Cup Diameter × 2”.

Dishwasher Safe:  Yes, also oven safe

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Fox Run 12-Cup Muffin Stainless Steel Baking Pans – Non Toxic Muffin Pan

 

Try using it for cupcakes, muffins, cornbread, and more!

12 individual slots

Material: Stainless steel

Size: 10.5 x 13.75 x 1.25 inches

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

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COMMERCIAL CHEF Cast Iron Biscuit Pan, Pre-seasoned Cast Iron Cookware for Muffins & Scones

 

Material: Cast iron

Size:  Each circle is 3.5” x 1”.

Shape: Round

Dishwasher Safe: No, hand wash only, stove-top, oven, broiler and grill safe

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Non Toxic Baking Sheets

 

Checkered Chef Stainless Steel Baking Sheet Set – Non Toxic Baking Sheet

 

Material: 304 Stainless steel 

Size: Outer rim: 13″ x 18″
Inner surface (actual baking surface) is about 12″ x 16.5″

Shape: Rectangular

Temperature:  Oven Safe up to 500℉

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

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Fox Run Stainless Steel Cookie Sheet Baking Pan – Non Toxic Baking Sheet

 

Perfect for daily use for baking Cookies, French Fries, Flatbread/Thin Crust Pizza, Macaroons, Biscuits, Vegetables, as well as other all-purpose baking needs

Material: 18/0 Stainless steel 

Size: Overall dimensions: 14.25 x 16.75 x 0.5-inch, Interior baking surface: 16.75 x 14 inches

Shape: Rectangular

Temperature: Oven safe to 536 degrees Fahrenheit

Dishwasher Safe: Hand wash in warm, soapy water and towel dry

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Norpro 12 Inch x16 Inch Stainless Steel Cookie Sheet – Non Toxic Baking Sheet

 

Great for cookies, pastries, biscuits, pizza, fries, and more

Material: Stainless steel 

Size: 16-Inch/40.5cm long by 12-Inch/30.5cm wide

Shape: Rectangular

Dishwasher Safe: Hand washing recommended

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P and P Chef Stainless Steel Baking Sheets – Non Toxic Baking Sheet

 

 

Material: Stainless steel with mirror finish (Tray 18/0 stainless steel, Rack 18/8 stainless steel)

Size: Pan Size: 19.6″ x 13.5″ x 1.2″ inches / Rack Size: 18.75″ x 12.5″ x 0.75″ inches

Shape: Rectangular

Dishwasher Safe: Easy clean by hand and also dishwasher safe 

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TeamFar Baking Sheet Set of 2 – Non Toxic Baking Sheets

 

Material: 18/0 Stainless steel 

Size: Outer measured 16 x 12 x 1 inch, Inner measured 15 x 11 inch

Shape: Rectangular

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

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TeamFar Stainless Steel Baking Sheet with Rack Set – Non Toxic Baking Sheets

 

 

Material: 18/0 Stainless steel  with mirror finish

Size:  Outer measured 16 x 12 x 1 inch, Inner measured 15 x 11 inch

Shape: Rectangular

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

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Non Toxic Bakeware Set

 

E-far Metal Baking Pan Set Include Round Cake Pans – Non Toxic Bakeware

 

Best for baking biscuits, breads, cakes, cookies, cupcakes, muffins, bacon and potatoes, Also great for cooking roast meats and broiled vegetables.  Can bake an evenly-browned, level cake with a fine texture, even cookies, and consistently roasted veggies.

E-far 6-piece bakeware set includes: Two 8-inch round cake pans, 12.4×9.7-inch baking/roasting pan, 12.4×9.7-inch cookie sheet, 9¼x5-inch loaf pan and 6 cup muffin pan.

Material: Stainless steel

Temperature: Oven-safe up to 450℉

Dishwasher Safe: Yes

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P&P CHEF 6-Piece Stainless Steel Small Toaster Oven Pan Set – Non Toxic Bakeware

 

6 pieces bakeware set is sufficient for small baking needs, Ideal for cake/brownie/bread/muffins, Also great to bake meat/vegetables/lasagna, Cool cookie or roast chicken wings

P&P CHEF 6-Piece bakeware set includes, 12.5 x 9.7 x 1-inch toaster oven pan, 11.6 x 9 x 0.6-inch cooling rack, 8 x 2-inch square cake pan, 11.3 x 7 x 1.25-inch muffin pan, 9 x 5 x 2.5-inch loaf pan, 8 x 2-inch round cake pan.

Material: Stainless steel

Dishwasher Safe:  Yes, also oven safe but not microwave safe

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TeamFar Stainless Steel Bakeware Set of 8 – Non Toxic Bakeware

 

The bakeware sets are ideal for making Cupcakes, Muffins, Lasagna, Brownies and etc., Also great for broiling vegetables or storing leftovers, Roasting casseroles, A wonderful gift for your families and friends who loves baking.

Complete 8 pieces, Including large & medium lasagna pan set of 2, 8-in round cake pan set of 2, 6-cup muffin pan set of 2, 9¼-Inch loaf pan and 8-in square cake pan.

Material:  Stainless steel

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also oven safe

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TeamFar Stainless Steel Bakeware Set of 11 – Non Toxic Bakeware

 

The bakeware sets are ideal for baking Cakes / Brownies / Breads / Muffins, Also great for roasting Meats / Veggies / Lasagna, Serving Fruits / Snacks / Leftovers.

Complete 11 pieces, including a 12.3-inch lasagna pan, 8-in round cake pan set of 2, 8-in square cake pan set of 2, 12.5-in toaster oven pan set of 2, 9¼-in loaf pan set of 2, 11.3-in muffin pan set of 2

Material: Stainless steel

Dishwasher Safe: Yes, also oven safe

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TeamFar Stainless Steel Bakeware Set – Non Toxic Bakeware

 

Satisfy your daily different kinds of pastries tasks, Such as making Cupcakes, Muffins, Cookies, Brownies, Lasagna and etc., Also great for storing leftovers, Roasting casseroles.

6 piece bakeware set includes 12.3 x 9.75 x 2-inch rectangular cake pan, 12.5 x 10 x 1-inch toaster oven pan, 8 inch round cake pan set of 2, 11.3 x 7 x 1.25-inch muffin pan, 9.25 x 5 x 2-inch loaf pan.

Material: Stainless steel

Dishwasher Safe:  Yes, also oven safe

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Final Thoughts

Baking involves heat so some materials can get react with food during cooking and release some chemicals that can be harmful.  Surprisingly, replacement chemicals used for banned or phased out nonstick coating chemicals such as PFOA or PFOS can still be harmful.  Although some people say nonstick coatings and ceramic non stick coatings are safe as long as the coatings are in tact, the coating can wear off or get damaged during use.  Sometimes, people may not even realize the coatings are worn off or damaged and keep using the bakeware.  Also, it seems that silicone material is affected by high heat and it can leach siloxane, fillers or additives into food.  Then maybe silicone may not be the ideal choice as a bakeware material which involves heat.  I always liked glass, stainless steel and cast iron as non toxic cookware and bakeware materials.  Now that I found non toxic bakeware for cakes, cupcakes and cookies, I am looking forward to this holiday season baking and spending time with my daughter.  Happy baking!

 

 

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