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I love my kitchen and spend more on gadgets and gizmos for it than on anything else in my life. Lakeland is one of my favourite shops and I could spend hours either online or in the shops just browsing everything that they have to offer.
One of the things that I have used more than almost anything else I have ever bought is the Magic Liner which is an ingenious product that has saved me so much time and effort when it comes to food sticking and also with cleaning my over trays after cooking and baking.
The magic liner comes as a sheet in different sizes and it can also be cut to shape specific tins. It has some sort of coating on it which stops things sticking to it and it really does stop things sticking and it doesn't matter if it is the stickiest dough it will just brush off afterwards even if you have a disaster and burn something that you are cooking it won't stick to the sheet.
It makes baking so easy when everything just slides off without having to try and prise it free and it is also really versatile and can be used for loads of different foods. Basically anything that you want to cook on the over can be placed on this to stop it sticking.
It also makes the clearing up easier too as using the liner means that it stops my over tins from getting bits of food stuck to them which I then need to scrub off. I can just put the liner in the sink and give it a quick wipe with a cloth to remove any grease and then it is good to use again. It can also be used in the dishwasher.
The liner is safe to use up to temperatures of 260 degrees Celsius and Lakeland say that it can be withstand up to 5 years of use but I have had one for ages and think it may even be longer than 5 years and it is still going strong.
The liner costs ££5.49 for the smaller sheet and £9.49 for the larger one. Personally I would get both as you will find them indispensable once you start using them for the first time.
I bake a lot at home and I have to say that Lakeland is like some kind of baking porn for me (as a website - and also in their hard copy catalogue whenever it drops through the door!). Their products always seem to work and offer excellent value for money. This product reinforces that belief once again.
These non-stick sheets come in two sizes, 33 x 100cm which fits a larger baking sheet and costs £9.49 and 25 x 50 cm which costs £5.49 and is the one I own as most of my baking sheets are nearer to this size.
Effectively this is simply a sheet of thin plastic, coated with "PTFE" which is something magic that prevents sticking. You literally put the sheet on top of your tray and then whatever you are baking or cooking will not stick, things slide off this sheet very easily and I have used it for meringues, biscuits and canapes with ease. Not once has anything failed to glide off the sheet!
The great thing is that it is easily reusable, I literally soak mine in the washing up bowl for a minute or so and then wipe - once dried it is ready to use again! I store mine in between a few of my heavier cookery books to ensure it keeps it's shape and this seems to work fine.
Given the amount of use I get out of these sheets I believe that they are fantastic value for money and the time and effort they save makes them a fantastic buy for anyone who bakes regularly.
I absolutely adore cooking and baking but one thing that I hate is food sticking and unnecessary washing up. I had read about these Lakeland non stick magic liners for several years on and off thanks to review sites and so I decided that the time was right when I spotted one in store recently. These come in different sizes including the 33 x 100cm and 25 x 51cm ones that I now own. The larger one is currently £9.49 and the smaller one £5.49 which may seem pricey initially, as I thought they were, but actually turns out to be fantastic value for money.
These liners are very thin and they are coated with PTFE to make them non-stick and resistant to temperatures of 260 degrees. As I don't cook above 220 degrees ever this is ideal for me and should be for anyone else really. This is so simple to use and just needs to be placed on to a baking tray and then you put your food on top of this, as you would tin foil or greaseproof paper, and then the food will stay un-stuck!
I have used this for more than just cooking and I have also used this to provide me with a cool surface for rolling out home made pastry. I tend to put this in the fridge when I take out my pastry to bring it up to room temperature and this liner is ideal for this. Because it is cool and completely flat, as well as thin, it allows me to roll my pastry to any required thickness as well as use my cutters which do not cause any damage at all to the liners, well as long as I take care of course. I have used these liners for a variety of foods including pastry based products; sausage rolls, croissants (not home-made I must say!), brioche and also baked goods such as flapjacks, cheese straws, cookies, meringues and much more. I've not had a single piece of food get stuck to these liners yet and as far as I am concerned that makes them magic! I've used these liners for simple packet food too such as battered meats, chips etc and I've had no problems with those sticking either but I don't really have that problem very often with foil or other liners anyway.
These liners are very simple to clean and I tend to just use a sponge on mine. I like to soak them in hot water for a few minutes and then just wipe them clean using hot soapy water. They comes up clean no problem at all and I just leave mine balanced between some grooves on my dish drainer until they are completely dry where I store them with my other baking trays and related items. Of course both of my liners are very thin to store and I normally just tuck them among some chopping boards so that they keep their shape and are simple to find when I need them.
I would definitely recommend these because they are cheaper than buying lots of tin foil or greaseproof paper and best of all they work fantastically. I do not have to pick tin foil off food now and I have no problems using them or giving them a quick swish after to make sure that they are clean. I've not had any food stick to these and for that reason I am rating them 5 out of 5 stars.
==Lakeland Magic Non-Stick Liner==
I love to do a lot of baking and general cooking but one thing that I do really hate is the cleaning up that comes with the baking. My biggest bug bear has got to be cleaning the oven trays after any sort of cooking as things just seem to stick to them and they take a lot of scrubbing to bring up clean.
This Lakeland Magic Non-Stick Liner cost me £4.99 pence for a small sheet as it does come in a larger size which costs more at £8.99 pence. The smaller sheet measures 50 cm by 25 cm and is a good enough size to fit in the small oven tray comfortably.
The sheet is made from a material which is coated in something called PTFE and it is basically like a Teflon sheet of non-stick glossy stuff. The idea of the product is that you can use it to cook anything on and it won't stick and will cause less cleaning of trays and the like. The sheet itself will need a wipe over after use but anything that goes on the sheet such as my rock cakes simply bake and slide off the sheet after cooking with no real mess being made at all.
You can cook a variety of food on the tray liner and it is suitable to be cut to size if you so desire. The sheet itself is said to have around a 5 year life expectancy and I have had mine a couple of years now and it is still looking good although the tan colouring of the product does seem a little darker than it initially did.
It works just as well now after tons of use than it did when I first bought it from Lakelake online and I can certainly say that this has saved me hours of soaking and scrubbing trays and thus a lot of time and energy. I think this is a wonderful product which really is worth a top score rating of 5 out of 5 stars and I would recommend it to anyone who cooks or bakes.
I do hope that this has been of some help/interest to you
Many thanks for taking the time to read.
I regularly use my Lakeland Magic Non-stick Liner when I'm baking - and I have to admit that I find that using this has made my baking so much easier because of its convenience. The Lakeland Magic Non-stick Liner does come in different sizes that the sheet I own measured 33 cm x 100 cm - and then I was able to cut this into three squares to cover three different baking trays. The 33 cm x 100 cm magic sheet cost me £9.49 - which equates to around £3.15 per baking tray sheet - which I feel is a really good price.
The idea of these sheets is that they are placed onto the baking tray / roasting tray and it helps to ensure that the food placed on it will not stick to the tray - and that the tray is also protected. The sheets are made of a thin, plastic like fabric which can be withstand heat up to 260 degrees centigrade and so for domestic ovens this is more than fine.
This sheet does work - and it works well. Since I have been using it, I no longer have anything sticking - even when I've accidentally burnt something. Things just lift off it without any need to scrape.
After it has been used, it can just be wiped over, or alternatively it can go in the dishwasher. I tend to just wipe it over because it's very easy to clean and with minimal cleaning any grease just lifts off of it with no problem whatsoever.
Overall, I would recommend this product and I am very pleased with my purchase.
I have been baking more and more each day and now I am really starting to enjoy it, so as I am enjoying it I like to make sure that I have all of the tools and accessories so that I can make cooking easier and more enjoyable baking something that does not go wrong.
This is when I decided to pop into my local Lakeland shop and shop around for some ideas and possibly make a few purchases as long as they do not break the bank. This is when I came across non stick liner, which is just like foil or baking paper but it is more durable and can be used again and again for cooking all types of food.
The non stick liner comes in various sizes to suit your individual needs and cut be cut to suit the shape and size you require. The food that you place onto the liner glides on and off the paper with ease.
The liner helps a lot when you are cooking cakes and roast dinners, but it can also be used for rolling out pastry, icing or marzipan as it allows you to slide it off the sheet and place it over the cake you are decorating.
About the Lakeland non stick liner, it is a PTFE coated fabric sheet which is heat resistant to up to 260°C. It boasts that it can with stand up to 5 years of constant use and can be used in the microwave, freezer and the dishwasher.
At the moment the sheet is available in Lakeland in two different sizes a 25 x 50cm sheet which costs £5.49 or there is a 33 x 100cm sheet for £9.49. I purchased the smaller of the sheets originally, but I loved the sheet so much I recently purchased the larger sheet and cut it to line all my tins and dishes, so that they are ready to use when needed.
There is also no need for an oil or butter to make sure the items do not stick, making your cooking slightly healthier.
The non stick liner makes your life so much easier, over the years I have spent a lot of money on pots, pans and trays that are non stick, but unfortunately the non stick does not always work properly after a while. I have also found after a lot of cleaning the item the non stick is not as effective, which means they are deemed pointless and need replacing which can be costly. The non stick sheets can be used everywhere I line any pan or tin with it so that your food is guaranteed not to stick and burn.
The sheet also makes your pots and pans easy to clean as there is nothing stuck to the pan which requires soaking before it can be cleaned effectively. The non stick sheet is so easy to clean it takes a few seconds by hand in hot soapy water, or placed into the dishwasher and as it is made from a robust material it will last you years.
Not only do I use this to line my roasting time I also line my grill pan with it for ease of cleaning. When I am baking a sponge I have purchased a further liner and have now cut some of the sheet to size at the bottom of the tin to make sure that the cake does not stick to the pan as greasing it only does not hold a guarantee that the cake will release from the tin with ease.
I now use these in most of my cooking and do not know where I would have been without them for all these years, these are well worth every penny and are worth investing in for your kitchen. They are also helping me do my part to save the environment as I used to use for and grease proof paper and throw it away after use, now I have no waste just a liner to use again and again.
I cannot comment if they last for years the first sheet I purchased is coming up to a year old and is still doing the job perfectly.
I bought this Magic Non-Stick baking tray liner from Lakeland last year and although it's basic, it's definitely one of the most used products in my kitchen arsenal. The one I had originally measured 33 x 100cm which is huge, but it's very easy to chop it into shapes and sizes more suitable for your needs.
The Liner is made of a thin fabric which has been coated with PTFE to give it's non-stick properties. You simply place it on your baking tray and pop your food on top in exactly the same way as you would if you were using bog standard greaseproof paper. The Liner is heat resistant up to 260* and works a treat.
I've cooked so many different things with it; cookies, meringue nests, flapjacks, cheese straws - the list could go on forever, but what I will tell you is that nothing (not even the flapjacks!) have got themselves stuck to the Liner and I've had a 100% non-stick success rate. It's not just baked goods that this Liner is useful for and I regularly use it to line my baking trays when cooking fish fingers or homemade burgers for the kids, in fact anything that would usually stick to the bakeware will be vastly improved by using this clever little item - admittedly, this is nothing that a sheet of Non-Stick Bacofoil couldn't achieve but considering the price of tin foil these days the cost issue makes these Liners well worth buying.
My most recent surprise (and I am surprised sometimes that particular things haven't stuck) was a piece of Young's Battered Cod, there's something about this product that means I always rip off the bottom layer of batter as I attempt to remove it in one piece from the baking tray - and let's face it, the soggy bottom batter is always the nicest when dipped in Tartare Sauce and enjoyed with the perfectly cooked cod. On a whim I tried it using a Liner and was shocked when the fish literally slid off in one piece onto my plate!
The Liner is amazingly easy to clean, depending on the fat content of whatever you're cooking (or the amount of general gunk it deposits on your Liner) it will usually need just a swish in hot soapy water. It's rare I actually have to 'wash' it using any amount of elbow grease as food waste just wipes off into the bin leaving a clean (if a bit grubby looking) Liner which needs a simple wipe over with the cloth and then leaving to drain for a few minutes before putting it away.
The Liner takes up absolutely no room when you're storing it, I pop mine upright between some cookery books to keep it flat and also so that I know where it is when I next come to use it. Mind you, I've gotten myself into such a habit of using it now that I might as well keep it out at all times as the Liner is used at least once most days and sometimes more than once.
£5.99 from Lakeland - and an absolute godsend.
I like to cook and bake but one thing that drives me crazy is cleaning out the oven, the trays, the tins and roasting dishes. Thanks to Lakeland I no longer have to think twice before getting stuck in these days as I use their liners which, in my opinion are fantastic.
I own 2 but would like to buy more because you can cut them to fit sandwich tins, frying pans etc. At the moment I use mine as shown in the picture for baking - they are especially useful for scones and florentines -
plus I pop them inside roasting tins or flat trays. After cooking the food just glides off and I can pop them in the dishwasher so no need to tackle all the trays. When I think of how much time I spent cleaning our very large roasting dish it makes me cross!
The largest one I own is 33 x 100 cm ( which cost £9.49) but I have the smaller one too which measures 25 x 50cm and was just over £5. I have to admit that I saw some similar (so I thought) liners in Poundworld last year but when I used them I found them OK but nowhere near the same quality and they were not as easy to get clean.
I use mine for different things such as rolling out pastry and icing (it does not stick) and will be using it for the marzipan for my Christmas cake. I have kneaded bread dough on it plus salt dough (for Christmas decorations) plus I have made some small chocolates which I was hoping to give away as presents but ate them instead.
They are PTFE coated and heat resistant up to 260 degrees c. They can go in the freezer and microwave as well as the oven and dishwasher. To date I have had no problems whatsoever and there has been no staining or discolouration. Lakeland say the liners 'will withstand 5 years or more of constant use' and I have to believe it. It seems the only way you can ruin them is by cutting into them - so just make sure you remove your swiss roll, roulade etc onto another surface before slicing.
If there are any crafters reading this may I say these are a heck of a lot cheaper than buying those heat resistant craft mats you may have seen on shopping channels. I have successfully done all my heat embossing on these and you know how hot those heat guns get!!
I am planning to buy more in the near future and would highly recommend them if you, like me, hate clearing up after a session in the kitchen.
A full, well-deserved 5 stars from me for this simple yet effective, reasonably priced 21st century product :))
I do a lot of cooking and baking and make most of our meals totally from scratch. One thing I hate though is trying to wash melted cheese from a baking tray where I have made a pizza or spending ages creating something lovely only for it to weld itself to the tin no matter how well greased!
One day at work my colleague told me about Lakeland Magic Non Stick Liner, she uses it all the time and said it had saved her many hours of soaking baking tins to get them clean. I went on line and ordered some there and then.
Magic Non-Stick Liner is sold in 2 sizes, 25cm's x 50cm's and 33cm's x 100cm's. I ordered the larger size which cost £9.49, the smaller size is £5.49.
My Magic Liner arrived and it was packaged in a long purple/pink box which I have long dispensed with. The liner is a nasty brown colour and feels like a platicy/ rubbery type of material. Its actually made from Polytetrafluoroethylene ( PTFE) coated non-stick fabric. The liner can withstand heat up to 260 degrees and can be used in the oven, microwave, freezer and dishwasher. Lakeland claim that "food simply glides off" the magic liner so I was keen to put it to the test.
I cut my liner to fit 2 of my baking trays and kept the rest until I decided where to use it. The liner is easy to cut, I had no problems. The first thing I tried the liner with was pizza, I make my own and always add more cheese than I should so always have some cheese to soak from the tin. Once cooked I removed from the oven and yes, the food does just slide from the liner, brilliant!!
To say I was impressed was an understatement, there was no gradually easing the spatula around the edge of the pizza and no soaking the messy tin. Although the liner is dishwasher proof I don't own one but a quick dunk in the washing up bowl and wipe with a cloth and that was it. The liner looked good as new.
Lakeland Magic Liner can withstand constant use for at least 5 years. I've since made numerous things using this product including scones, meringues, and cookies to name a few. The food doesn't stick at all and no matter what I cook cleaning it is easy.
I have now cut a piece to go in my microwave, its much easier than getting the glass plate out to wash when Mark boils his milk over which he does regularly.
It can also be used on your work surface to roll out pastry or knead dough. I have since bought some more Magic Liner to use for this purpose, once again its so much easier than scraping pastry or dough from my work surfaces.
All in all this is a fabulous product from Lakeland, its so easy to use, works every time and as its so long lasting its very economical. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this it makes life so much easier when cooking.
Lakeland also do a version of this to go in the bottom of the oven too.
I am not huge on baking but will do it will my children on a lazy sunday afternoon. We like to bake cookie, cakes and scones, i used to use grease proof paper to line my trays to stop the food sticking and to save on the cleaning as i don't have a dishwasher and standing washing dishes is the worst job when it comes to housework.
I discovered lakeland's only after i was given a gift voucher for the store until then i had no idea, shopping in the store was like christmas so many cool and wonderful gadgets i wanted but very pricey so i opted to spend my voucher on two non stick liners for my trays.
Lakeland's magic non stick liners cost £4.99 for the smallest liner measuring roughly 9 inches long and 19 inches wide. The biggest sheet size is 12 inches long and 38 inches wide and costs £7.99. I purchased one of each size.
Lakeland's magic non stick liners are like sheets of grease proof paper just ever so slightly thicker, these are light brown on colour. Each side of the non stick liner has a different surface, one side a smooth glossy feel and the other rough and bumpy texture. You can cut these liners into the perfect size for the backing tray. I did have to trim an inch from my small non stick liner so it would fit one of my baking trays. The good thing about the liners is they can be used in the frying pan, for me this is wonderful for me as every time i brown meat in the pan it sticks not with the liner in it.
To use the Lakeland's magic non stick liners position them into trays or pots with the rough textured side down so you can cook like normal on the glossy side. You don't notice the liner at all not even the frying pan. The food does not sick to the liners at all and when removing the food or baking from the liners the food just slides of nicely with no encouragement. To clean the Lakeland's magic non stick liners just a wipe over with a damp cloth and they can be used again. The life span for the Lakeland's magic non stick liners is five years and even though i have only had mine for one year and they have been used at least once twice a week they are both still like new.
Lakeland's magic non stick liners bring a pleasure to cooking and baking, i like the fact there is no real cleaning involved and my scones down stick to the trays now, no more fork digging on the tray to release a scone.
I think these are great and are also reasonably priced saves a small fortune on grease proof paper.
I highly recommend Lakeland's magic non stick liners for easier cooking and baking.
I did have some experiences of Lakeland products before buying their Magic Non-Stick Liner back in March of this year. I find Lakeland products can sometimes be a little expensive, but in general you get what you pay for and I had bought some ingenious products from them. The Lakeland Magic Non-Stick Liner comes in two sizes, priced at £5.49 for the 25cm X 50cm sheet, and £9.49 for the 33cm X 100cm sheet which I own. I opted for the larger size as I do like to cook buns and cookies etc. in large batches. The liner has a non-stick coating to it, making it easy to clean and prevents your food from sticking to the surface. Having a heat resistance of 260C it is ideal for use with an oven tray and the liner is also dishwasher safe.
The liner has a PTFE non-stick coating to give it the added benefit of being easily wiped clean. The sheets can be cut to size to fit various different cooking trays and tins. The liners are sold with the claim they can withstand 5 years of constant use, so they are built to last. As I use the sheet for cooking cookies, pizzas and chips on I think it is great that they simply slide off the liner.
I am glad I bought the larger liner size, and I could really do with the smaller one too to line tins with. The price did seem steep before I tried the product, but I am happy with what I paid, looking back. With the 5 year claim from Lakeland I know it will last me a long time yet, the liner is still in great condition. As I don't need to use an abrasive cloth to clean them I can imagine they will live up to their claim and can recommend these sheets to anyone that does a lot of home baking.
I don't know how Lakeland continue to consistently do it but they have a knack of coming up with some excellent products and this non stick baking liner is another great example. I paid £5.49 for this baking sheet and it has lived up to the claims made about it and also shows no sign of its performance dipping after 6 months of use.
It looks like a normal baking sheet and is very supple so it fits snuggly over a conventional baking tray and has measurements of 25x50cm so that it fits your standard baking tray.and can be cut to suit your needs. I have used this both for baking cakes and also for cooking some food such as oven chips and chicken pieces and it has been excellent no matter what food you use. It can also be used in the microwave however I have not used it in one but it says you can on the packaging instructions.
You do not need to add anything to the baking sheet as it is non stick and there is no need to treat it with anything after use as it retains its non stick qualities after cleaning. It is easy to remove bakes goods from it and they come away really easily, I was skeptical at first when I used it but now I'm a big fan. It is supposed to have a life span of five years and it will be interesting to see how long it does in fact last. Made from Teflon it has similar non stick qualities to a frying pan.
It is easy to clean with a cloth and water along with your other dishes. It does not retain any odours and looks like new still even after six months of use. It has been a great purchase and I certainly recommend it.
== Lakeland Magic Non-Stick Liners ==
I have said in previous reviews just how much I hate doing the washing up. However, I do love to bake and I find that food, due to the texture of unbaked products, tends to stick to the trays I use in the oven. Lakeland is a fabulous site/ shop that sells an array of household products which give solutions to everyday problems. I happened to find this product from just browsing randomly around the site and it wasn't something I actually went looking for.
A 25x51 cm sheet is £5.49 while a 33x100cm sheet will cost you £9.49. As I had never bought this product before, I went with the smaller of the two available sheets. I wish I had bought the bigger one now. These sheets can be cut down to whatever size you need them to be and this makes it easier to put them in and on different ovenware. I have also used mine on its own in the oven for cooking pizzas and this way, none of the toppings or cheese end up on the bottom of the oven. The sheets can be washed with your normal washing up and they are also dishwasher safe which is amazing considering what this product is.
The special thing about these sheets is that they are non-stick, coated with PTFE and are heat resistant, apparently withstanding heats of up to 260 degrees centigrade. Lakeland also boast that these sheets will last 5 years or more which is something I cant wait to test out. I have had my sheet for nearly 6 months now and it is still in fabulous condition. Will it last another 4 and a half years though? As for the non-stick part of the description, this is definitely true. I use my sheet a lot for baking brownies and cookies which you obviously don't use any casing for. After they are done, they slide right off the sheet that I placed on top of my baking tray. There is no more scraping baked good off of trays if you use these sheets. Any product I have tried has come off really easily.
I am so glad that I took a risk on what seemed like a very expensive product. These sheets work exactly as described and I have never had any problems with mine. Everything I have tried cooking on it has just come straight off it and they are super easy to clean. There is no scrubbing with these sheets and generally, they only need a quick wipe in order to get any remaining food. I could not be happier with this product and now highly recommend them.
My partner purchased a magic non-stick baking liner among a number of other random kitchen items in Lakeland a couple of months ago and I had not come across them or heard of them before this time. I was slightly dubious at first about using a reusable baking sheet but have to say it has been a pretty good investment for our kitchen.
The appearance of the liner is similar to a single use baking sheet, being a dark beige/golden colour and very flexible. The difference with the Lakeland sheet is that it is more like a thin sheet of plastic which is reusable and thus much more hard wearing. The sheet has dimensions of 25cm x 50cm as bought which is too big for the average sized baking tray, but it is intended to be cut to size and so you get a couple of decent sized sheets from it. The sheet is easily cut with a decent pair of scissors or stanley knife.
Once cut to the appropriate size you are able to immediately use the sheet for cooking, you simply place the sheet on your normal baking tray and add your desired food. This is not just for bakery goods, you can cook anything from chips to breads to fish and the magic is that you do not need to grease it up to high heaven, the food does not stick to the sheet. I use it for most quick dinners and for roasts and have found it to be a godsend with great results for removing foods without a struggle or mess. My normal error before finding this product was to use tin foil in the oven and end up chewing on stray bits of foil that have stuck to my food.
The non-stick coating used on this baking liner is known as PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) which is more commonly known as Teflon and is used in a large amount of non-stick pans and cookware. The Lakeland non-stick liner is heat resistant up to 260 degrees centigrade and is stated as being able to be consistently used for up to 5 years.
To clean the sheet is very easy depending on what you have cooked on it you can either brush the debris or crumbs off or leave it to soak with your dishes and simply wipe clean and dry. I was worried it might start to smell after a few uses of grease or plastic but if cleaned appropriately there is no smell left at all. It is also dishwasher safe however I have never washed it this way.
The product is also;
Oven safe (of course!).
All in all I am very impressed with this baking sheet, it definitely lives up to the claims and is great value for money even if you only get a couple of years use out of it at £5.49 a pop.
** Lakeland Magic Non-stick Liner **
I have always enjoyed cooking and especially baking. I see it as a fun activity and I can always relax while being busy in the kitchen. On the Sunday we always try to make something new and normally we succeed but as everyone we have our little mishaps too. One problem we used to have is the struggle to get the for example cookies of our baking tray. Such a hassle sometimes and it such a shame when some of the cookies break because it doesn't look as pretty anymore.
We saw this Lakeland Magic Non-stick Liner in the shop and thought it was a good idea to try it out. They come in different sizes and the smaller one (25x50cm) costs around 5 pounds. I didn't mind spending that amount of money if it was going to help us with our struggle and hassle. The larger ones (33x100cm) are around 10 pounds which is still a good price. It may sound expensive but it's really handy to have.
The liner is quick thick and better than I expected at first. It felt quite strong and not something that would easily break. When we purchased the liner of course we had to try it out with baking our favourite cookies and to my surprise it really worked. The cookies didn't stick and would just slide of the liner and also left no traces on the baking tray. We can actually now create the perfect cookies and now they wont break anymore. The liner also says clean and doesn't become sticky or anything and that also gives me the feeling we can use this one for a while so you don't need to run back to the shop every month or so.
I think the money was well spent on this product and saved us from a lot of hassle and just annoyance on a lovely Sunday. Making cookies is always so easy to do but the trouble of getting it of the baking tray was the worse part of it but not anymore. Great to use and five stars!