Flexible and non-stick, this macaron baking sheet is the ideal tool for making homemade, professional looking macarons every time. The black silicone construction is heat resistant up to 428 degrees F and turns the macarons out easily. Also handy for baking cookies, meringues, and biscuits, it has small ridges that hold the batter in to prevent oozing. Makes 18 macarons 2,7 inch in diameter at a time.
- 30 cm x 40 cm - 18 macarons in 6,8 cm diameter
- Heat resistant up to 428 degrees F
- Care instructions:
- Dishwasher safe.
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