Perfect size for cutting up as muffin liners”
The 10 x 15 inch size and flat surface makes it the perfect size to cut up into 5-inch square liners to make liners for muffins and cupcakes, at a fraction of the cost of "tulip" liners. Just push a 5-inch square into a muffin cup and fill with batter as usual.
Published 21 Jan 2013
This review is for an older version of this product
It's just sheets of paper”
But it's oh so handy. I would hate to be without this!
Published 16 Oct 2012
All the parchments sold by Lakeland are brilliant! Would not be without this product. Very convenient.
Published 13 Jul 2011
Hooray for Baking Parchment!”
by Mrs Gillian Widdicombe
This is a great product I find it so easy to use, better than in a roll which always seems to roll off the table when cutting to size! These sheets are just about the right size for lining the walls of tins and base lining tray bakes. I have never been able to wipe the parchment clean and reuse and I dont really think that I would want to because of cross contamination. Never the less this is a great product.
Published 27 Feb 2011
by Ms Wright
What a fantastic product, perfect in size for a swiss roll and can also be cut to the desired size. So easy to use and doesn't stick! Thanks Lakeland.
Published 12 Feb 2011
Never Without It”
by Joan Harper
I've been using baking parchment since the 70's when I started making Pavlovas. It quickly replaced greaseproof paper which, frankly pales in comparison, for all my baking needs. It is sooooo versatile, and is the first thing I reach for every time I'm in my nearest Lakeland shop which sadly is about 40 miles away. Thank goodness for websites! But back to the point in hand. This is probably one of the best products Lakeland has ever stocked.
Published 22 Jan 2010
the cooks friend”
by Paul Blake
this is really the most useful stuff in the world, I get through quantities of it. In fact, I wish they did bumper packs of 500 sheets, it's so incredibly useful. Wonderful as a mat for rolling out pastry, almond paste, or icing, the perfect size to line a non-stick baking tray whose non-stick has lost its non, handy for wrapping sandwiches, cheese, or things with a tacky surface (we use it for our home-made quince paste). And it works a treat to cut templates for airbrush painting, too.
Published 10 Jan 2009