Favorite Things Thursday

I bake a lot. I know based on the lack of posting these days, it doesn’t seem like it, but I do.

Ok, you know that sticky residue on your baking pans, that no matter how many times you scrub your pan it won’t come off? You know what I’m talking about right? Well, I hate to tell you but it is from Non-Stick cooking spray. That stuff will kill your pans. You can not use it and grease your pans by hand, but that is just a P.I.A. !

Well, BAK-Klene ZT No-Stick Baking Spray to the rescue.

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This stuff is the Bomb-Diggity. It doesn’t leave that sticky junk on your pans.

It’s not the cheapest stuff around. I get mine from Williams-Sonoma for $9.95┬áBUT, it lasts a long time and if it saves my pans from getting all gross…I would probably pay twice that amount!

**Remember Favorite Things Thursday ARE NOT sponsored posts, just things I LOVE**

Comments

  1. 1

    I absolutely adore that spray. I learned the hard way that the cheap-0 stuff costs way more when you have to replace the pans. One fab. clerk at the WS in King of Prussia gave me the scoop and I have not looked back since.

  2. 2

    Found you on Pinterest. I am definitely going to look for this. I hate what Pam does to my pans.

  3. 3

    Ok .. why am I just hearing about this now????

  4. 4

    This spray is great! Pays for itself by not ruining your pans. I dont plan to ever be without it.

  5. 5

    Good to know. Thanks for sharing.

  6. 6

    I wish I could find it in Spain!!!

  7. 7

    i ordered it cant wait to get it i also just got some new pans so i dont want to ruin them like i did the older set with all that sticky gunk on them Thanks for the info

  8. 8

    I sooooo need that. My baking sheets are a hot mess!

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    Oh yes, that sticky residue is the worst. I try to eliminate it as much as possible by wiping any excess overspray from my pans before they go in the oven. Here’s a tip though – on the rare occasion I see a spot of that sticky residue, I remove it easily with a paste made from baking soda and water. Works like a charm and my cake pans always look new.