every batch a beauty with Calphalon Classic cookie
sheets. Whether you like them chewy, gooey, crispy
or crunchy, the consistent thickness of our cookie
sheets assures even baking across the entire batch.
Colors affect baking performance because they
conduct heat differently. That's why our cookie
sheets feature a medium grey color which gives
cookies a golden brown color while protecting baked
goods against over browning. (You may want to choose
our insulated cookie sheet when you want a moist,
cakey cookie instead of a crisp one). Our reinforced
nonstick surface means sticky fillings release
easily, and moist or delicate cookies slide off the
sheet in one perfect piece. Calphalon Classic
bakeware is dishwasher safe too, so clean-up is a
piece of cake!
Calphalon Classic Nonstick Bakeware Cookie Sheets Features
nonstick is Calphalon's most durable nonstick ever
grade construction ensures a lifetime of performance
wide assortment of traditional shapes
safe for easy clean-up
steel construction resists rusting
design for expert results
Professional Results with Classic Nonstick Bakeware:
Always start with a thoroughly clean pan. Wash the pan with
hot, sudsy water and a dishcloth or Dobie pad.
Because Calphalon bakeware conducts heat more efficiently
than some other brands, we recommend that you experiment
with oven temperatures and baking times. The first few times
you bake, watch foods closely as they approach being "done."
If they brown faster than before, reduce the temperature in
increments of 25° or reduce baking time in 5 minute
increments until you get a feel for the pan and the results
If recipes call for it, feel free to use cooking sprays with
Calphalon Classic Nonstick Bakeware. In fact, we recommend
that you follow recipe directions to the letter for greasing
and flouring pans.
Use only nylon, wood or coated utensils with your nonstick
bakeware. This will help prevent scratches and maintain the
appearance and performance of your bakeware. Using metal
utensils on any nonstick surface will damage the surface
Always remove food from the pan before slicing or cutting.
The nonstick surface of Classic Nonstick Bakeware makes it
easy to remove foods cleanly and whole.
our Nonstick Bakeware:
Calphalon Classic bakeware is dishwasher safe, but
handwashing is recommended to preserve the performance of
Wash Bakeware after every use.
Before you wash the bakeware, allow it to cool. Placing a
hot pan in cool water can warp the pan and create sudden
steaming and hot water spattering, which can cause burns.
Use a sponge or dishcloth with hot, sudsy water to remove
food from the pan's baking surface and exterior surfaces.
For burned-on or stubborn spots caused by high baking
temperatures, use Soft Scrub and a soft nylon-covered
cleaning pad. (Keeping the exterior free of built-up grease
and food stains help maintain the pan's appearance and
DO NOT IMMERSE OR SOAK INSULATED BAKEWARE. Insulated
bakeware is designed to "breathe" and is not watertight.
Soaking can result in water collecting in the airspace
between the pan layers. (The nonstick finish releases foods
easily, so you should never really need to soak any Classic
To dry out an insulated pan in which water has collected,
place the pan upside down in a 250°F oven for 30 minutes.
Do not use abrasive cleaners or scouring pads on Classic
Nonstick Bakeware. These will damage the pan's nonstick
surface and exterior coating, and void the Lifetime
Do not stack or nest bakeware items without a protective
layer. This can result in scratches in your nonstick
surfaces. When storing bakeware (whether stacking, nesting,
or storing "bookshelf" style), place a linen towel or paper
towel inside or between each item to prevent one from
scratching the next.
Every Calphalon Classic Nonstick Bakeware item is covered by
our Lifetime Warranty. Calphalon will repair or replace any
item found defective in material or workmanship when put to
normal household use and cared for according to
instructions. Minor imperfections and slight color
variations are normal.
This excludes damage from misuses or abuse, such as improper
cleaning, overheating, use of caustic cleaners, knives or
sharp utensils, neglect, accident, alteration, fire, theft
or use in commercial establishments.