When I first discovered silicone cookware, I thought it was incredibly good. It can perfectly replace those disposable cupcake boxes and a lot of silicone oil paper.
Silicone muffin pans and cake pans seem like a dream. What is silicone cookware?
Silicone is a synthetic "rubber" that contains bonded silicon and oxygen， and in some cases carbon. Although these are natural elements and combined with the rich content of silicon in sand and rocks, the silicone bakeware can contain various other materials besides oxygen, silicon and carbon.
Generally speaking, silicone bakeware is heat-resistant, freezing and oven-safe, but it can only reach a maximum of 428 degrees Fahrenheit or 220 degrees Celsius. However, it should not be placed in a dishwasher, and since it is not biodegradable and currently cannot be recycled, it is not completely environmentally friendly.
Silicone cookware also needs to be fully dried before storage, otherwise it may degrade and become discolored and sticky. This happened to some of my silicone cake "pans", so I learned my lesson and stored them more carefully.
Benefits of silicone cookware
Silicone cookware seems to be an excellent alternative to non-stick muffin pans and cake tins.
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