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Simple Tip: Use Two Cookie Sheets

How many baking sheets/cookie pans do you have? If you answered one, then you may want to make your life easier by investing in a second one. When making cookies, a quick time-saving tip is to use two pans. While the first pan is in the oven, you can place the dough on the second pan. When the first pan comes out of the oven, pop the second pan in! While the second pan is baking, allow the first pan to cool — run it under cold water if necessary — and then portion out the cookies. Keep this up until you're finished! This way there's always something in the oven and your total baking time decreases!

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Diana172 Diana172 9 years
It warps the pan? I've never done that, wow.
ALSW ALSW 9 years
Good grief. I probably have 4 or 5, but I usually use two as well. And, yeah, some of mine are warped, but they still work!
redsugar redsugar 9 years
I put 'em on parchment and then pull of the hot ones and put on the cold ones and pop the pan back in the oven. I have three cookie sheets.
mominator mominator 9 years
Not only that but it warps the pan Alltta. I just have one and know from experience. I need to invest in another one.
Diana172 Diana172 9 years
I have a lot, but I don't use them that way.
Allytta Allytta 9 years
but you're not supposed to poor cold water on hot surface of any pots, pans ect... it says so in the manual - it ruins the surface and anti-stick stuff.
fragiletearz fragiletearz 9 years
I have 5, and I fill up 2...Yep I'm the gray crayon of the box
partysugar partysugar 9 years
I have about 6 cookie sheets so I fill all of them up with cookies and find it saves a lot of time.
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