Baker’s Mat Review #BakersMat

by Heather

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I’ve never been a big fan of cooking or baking. Yes, I’m female, a wife, and a mommy and not a huge fan of cooking for my family (no, I’m not trying to stereotype anyone!). Does that make me strange? I don’t know … my husband is a really good cook so we always just defaulted to him. It isn’t that I can’t cook or bake; I simply never liked doing it because it is such a pain in the butt. Let’s be honest, it’s time consuming and messy. Then, after all is said and done someone has to clean up the mess and that is normally me. Pain in the butt!

Lately I’ve been spending more time at home so I’ve tried to delve into the world of food but baking has still been a pain. Take a second and go look at your baking sheets. Go ahead, I’ll wait. … … are they in good condition? Are any of them icky? Do they look burnt up? We have some that are permanently stained which means every time we want to put something in the oven we have to cover it with aluminum foil. Now, think about the last time you baked cookies on your baking sheet. Did they burn? Were they really brown on the bottom? Did they stick to the pan? Did they leave bits behind when you tried to pry them off the pan? See, I told you it’s a pain in the butt!!! BUT (see what I did there … a play on words!) I’ve found a solution and my family is thrilled about it.

Cookies, biscuits, cinnamon rolls, and French fries later I am able to use our oven with ease thanks to the Baker’s Mat. Imagine a world where you don’t have to apply spray, parchment paper, or aluminum foil to your baking sheet. A world that doesn’t require a gym membership and extensive weight just to pry yummy, freshly baked cookies off the cookie sheet? The silicone Baker’s Mat fits perfectly on a cookie sheet and cleans easily with soap and water.

Last night, after a long week, we decided to bake Oatmeal Raisin Cookies using our Baker’s Mat. I love that the mat allows us to slide the cookies off the baking sheet by simply using our fingers; a spatula is not needed which cuts down on the dishes! ;) Since the silicone mat provides a barrier between the pan and the cookies everything bakes evenly and the bottoms of the cookies don’t come out overdone. I did notice that the cookies came out chewier than normal; however, our family really likes chewy cookies so this didn’t bother us. If you are looking for a user friendly, time saver that will help in the kitchen the Baker’s Mat is perfect!

To purchase a Baker’s Mat (or two) click HERE.


  • Dishwasher safe
  • Cleans easily with soap and water
  • FDA approved
  • Handles extremely temperatures of the freezer, microwave, and all types of ovens; even the dishwasher. Withstands temperatures from -40°F to 480°F (-40°C to 249°C).


To catch up with Baker’s Mat, check out their WEBSITE by clicking HERE. They have recipes!!!

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To PURCHASE a Baker’s Mat click HERE.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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1 comment

lisa July 3, 2014 - 10:09 am
Thank goodness, I'm not the only one! I don't like to cook. I'm not good at it. My husband is an excellent cook so instead of suffering through my half edible attempts at a meal. He cooks.

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