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1/2 Price Bakeware from £1.24 @ morrisons
1/2 Price Bakeware from £1.24 @ morrisons

1/2 Price Bakeware from £1.24 @ morrisons

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Original Poster

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some of whats on offer ;-)

let's bake something:) heat added

hot thanks

Ty love will be good for uni xx

thanks

Banned

baking hot deal
might grab a few

what is the quality like?

blackdragon;8182894

what is the quality like?



I bought a baking sheet and found it to be flimsy. It warped in the oven and the black nonstick coating was exactly that - it didn't even stick to the baking sheet.
Sorry to be negative but that's what I found.

Spend a bit extra on something thicker and with a reputable name -it'll be money well spent and last a lot longer - I've got my Mums prestige baking sheets and bun trays - must be 30 years old at least!

Good for the price paid,but if you want quality that will last then look elsewhere..Hot for the price paid from me.

Banned

any chance you know how much the muffin tray is now - been looking for one but only got into baking so rather not spend too much money at the mo cos knowing me i might go off and find another hobby.... (if you know that will great - will save me a wee trip )

gah, voted hot but the quality is blatantly suspect.

[SIZE="5"]if you really want teflon flaking off in your food, proceed.[/SIZE]

Original Poster

As you can tell from my posts I pretty much buy everything from Morrisons. I have always used their bakeware and never had any problems.

The only way Teflon is gonna flake, is if you mistreat it i.e. use a scourer or metal untensils. So rest assured and buy with confidence:thumbsup:

I've had the Crispy Bake Oven Tray for a few years and no problems. Great for oven chips and no teflon flaking off either.

davek;8183122

I bought a baking sheet and found it to be flimsy. It warped in the oven … I bought a baking sheet and found it to be flimsy. It warped in the oven and the black nonstick coating was exactly that - it didn't even stick to the baking sheet. Sorry to be negative but that's what I found.Spend a bit extra on something thicker and with a reputable name -it'll be money well spent and last a lot longer - I've got my Mums prestige baking sheets and bun trays - must be 30 years old at least!



Totally agree - buy cheap buy twice!

ianshona;8185350

As you can tell from my posts I pretty much buy everything from … As you can tell from my posts I pretty much buy everything from Morrisons. I have always used their bakeware and never had any problems.The only way Teflon is gonna flake, is if you mistreat it i.e. use a scourer or metal untensils. So rest assured and buy with confidence:thumbsup:



Or if it's poor quality. I dont have a scourer and I'm don't have any metal utensils, mainly silicon or plastic.

What about the warping? My experience is a bad one - maybe I got a duff sheet.
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