Wilton cookie sheet reviews

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This story was updated in October 2021 to replace sold-out items and add in three new top-tested picks, including a Best Baking Pan Set for Cooks pick and a Baking Pan Set with Lids pick. The list reflects top-performing items from Kitchen Appliances Lab tests overseen by Deputy Director Nicole Papantoniou, as well as others that have performed well in our recent road tests.

Whether you're an accomplished baker or just starting out with your first kitchen, a baking pan set is a must. You can collect the pieces over time, but a packaged, uniform set is an easy way to get all the essential pans you need that are designed to work together. Most baking sets come with five to 10 pans to help you tackle baking and roasting; some include a rack that can be used for cooling — and if it's heat safe, it can also be used for roasting and as a trivet.

Types of baking pans

Here, a list of the most common pans professional chefs say you'll want to stock in your kitchen. When shopping for a baking set, you can find the one that includes the pans essential to your baking style:

  • Eight- or nine-inch cake pans, so you can easily make a tiered cake
  • A nine- by 13-inch rectangular pan for cakes and casseroles
  • An eight- by eight-inch or nine- by nine-inch square pan for brownies and bars
  • A half sheet tray that can be used for cookies but can also tolerate high oven temperatures for roasting chicken and veggies
  • A six- or 12-count muffin tin for muffins and cupcakes
  • A loaf pan for banana bread or two-person lasagna

How we test baking pans

In the Good Housekeeping Institute, we tested 14 baking pan sets for performance and ease of use, including nonstick options (and, yes, nonstick cookware is safe — read more on the topic below). We made over 200 cookies and roasted almost 20 pounds of broccoli to ensure even cooking in the oven, easy cleaning and no warping. We whittled down the offerings to those baking pan sets that are a cinch to clean, can handle repeated washing and can stand up to high heat. We chose sets that can turn out evenly browned, level cakes with a fine texture, bake uniform cookies and provide consistently roasted veggies.

We tested baking stalwarts like Wilton as well as faves from our stainless steel cookware tests like All-Clad and Anolon. Our kitchen experts believe these are the best baking pan sets you can buy in 2021:


Best Overall Baking Pan Set

10-Piece Non-Stick Bakeware Set



This Circulon baking pan set scored perfect scores in our performance and ease-of-use tests. Cake and cookies came out evenly browned and had a fine texture with few air pockets, and broccoli also came out nice and consistently crisp. The pans are super easy to clean, and the wide rims allow for easy handling. We like that the set comes with two round cakes pans so you can easily make a tiered cake, a cover for the rectangular baking pan so goodies can be stored or transported easily, and a rack that can be used for cooling, roasting or as a trivet. 

  • Cakes baked evenly with a fine crumb
  • Good assortment of pans
  • Includes lid for 9x13-inch pan

Best Value Baking Pan Set

6-Piece Commercial II Non-Stick Bakeware Set
Chicago Metallicamazon.com


This Chicago Metallics set can't be beat for its performance, ease of use and price.It earned perfect scores in our tests for performance and was just shy of a perfect score for ease of use since the pans lack handles. We love the sharp corners and straight sides that produce professional-looking cakes, brownies and bars. The only downside is that it includes just one round cake pan. 

We also tested the Chicago Metallic Professional Non-Stick 8-Piece Bakeware Set, which ranked just a smidge below the featured Commercial set. In terms of performance, the only difference was that the cookies took a little longer to bake than the manufacturer's instructions. The Professional set includes eight pieces instead of six, and comes with two half sheet trays, two round cake pans and a rack, instead of square baking pan. 

  • Great price
  • Good performance results

Best Baking Pan Set with Lids

13-Piece Naturals Bakeware Set
Nordic Warecrateandbarrel.com



The Nordic Ware Naturals sheet pans are amongst the most common sheet pans we use in both the Kitchen Appliances Lab and Test Kitchen for testing. Like the bakeware pieces in this set, they're made of aluminum, which means they heat quickly and evenly. They also allow the ingredients to brown well. The pans benefit from greasing or lining with parchment before use since they are not coated with a nonstick material– a traditional method professionals and traditionalists can appreciate. They're sturdy and will last you a long time, especially if you skip the dishwasher, which causes aluminum to discolor. 

The pans are lightweight and come with lids so you can cover baked goods for storage as well as easily take your creations on the go. The assortment of sizes is useful, as is the included cooling rack. 

  • Lightweight
  • Includes numerous lids
  • Some people may prefer nonstick

Best Baking Pan Set for Beginners

9-Piece Baking Set with Utensils


This set delivers on all the basics for new bakers, including three nylon utensils that help prevent scratching. The pieces are nonstick with oversized handles that are easy to grasp — the 9x13-inch cake pan even comes with a lid that has a carrying handle. 

In our tests, Wilton came out on top for their nonstick ability and even browning. The set is dishwasher safe, but we recommend hand-washing (as we do all nonstick cookware and bakeware) for the longest-lasting results. 

  • Good starter set
  • Lid has a carrying handle
  • On the pricier side for a minimal assortment of pans

Best Non-Slip Baking Pan Set

6-Piece Premier Countertop Safe Bakeware


Each pan in this set from Calphalon has silicone grips on the bottom, so you can place the pan directly on your counter straight from the oven. Since these grips also make the pans nonslip, keep in mind they might be a little difficult to take out of the oven. In our tests, the cookie sheet produced impressively even cookies, and we like the assortment of pans that are included in this set.

  • Pans have crisp edges for professional results
  • Non-slip grips on bottom of pan
  • Pans don't slide out of oven as easily as other pans

Best Basic Baking Pan Set

5-Piece Advanced Nonstick Bakeware Set


For minimalists or those with small kitchens, Anolon's Advanced Nonstick Bakeware set has the most useful assortment of pans to get started, including two round cake pans and a square pan for cake or brownies. The half sheet tray resembles a cookie sheet with shallow edges, but is still rimmed, which makes it good for roasting juicy foods. It also has a large surface area. The cooling rack is an added bonus that can be used to cool cookies or serve as a trivet or roasting rack. All of the pans performed well in our tests, and they scored the highest for ease of use.

  • Sturdy
  • Only essential pieces
  • Though handles are helpful, wide rims make pans feel a little bulky

Most Durable Baking Pan Set

10-Piece Pro-Release Bakeware Set

$199.99 (49% off)


All of the All-Clad Pro-Release pans are solid and sturdy, made of heavy gauge aluminum. The cookie sheet has a wide, comfortable handle and pairs well with the rack for cooling (it's also oven-safe for roasting). The set performed very well across baking and roasting tests, but be warned that broccoli caused some staining, and the pan required some elbow grease to clean. We like the assortment of pans, which includes two round cake pans, a half sheet tray, a rectangular pan and a square pan. The quarter sheet pan is a bonus that will go to good use in most kitchens. 

  • Wide assortment of pieces
  • Thick material feels strong in hand

Most Stylish Baking Pan Set

7-Piece Texturra Performance Non-Stick Bakeware Set


Wilton is known for baking, so it's no surprise that its eight-piece Texturra set was one of the top performers in our tests. The pans feature a wavy, textured pattern, which, according to the brand, allows for more airflow and even baking. One downside is the pattern imprinted on the bottom of our cakes, so we recommend lining the pans with parchment if you'd like to avoid that. 

In our tests, we were impressed with the nonstick coating that caused the cookies to practically slide off the pan – in a good way! The set includes a loaf pan and muffin tin for breads and quick breads as well as an oblong pan for focaccia as well as snacking cakes. We're also fans of the handles, which made rotating and moving easy. 

  • Performed very well in all tests
  • Easy to handle
  • Textured pattern imprinted on bottom of cake

Best Baking Pan Set for Cooks

6-Piece Seasoned Cast Iron Bakeware Set



Best known for cast iron skillets, Lodge recently introduced seasoned cast iron bakeware. While heavy, cast iron offers even heating and optimal temperature retention, which comes in handy when making foods like casseroles or quiche that benefit from gentle cooking for the perfect golden crust and fluffy, not overcooked interior. It can also be nonstick if you build up the coating and maintain it right. 

At 15 inches in diameter, the pizza pan in this set stands out, since cast iron can get really hot (up to 600ºF in this case) and make crispy crusts. The handles with silicone grips help with maneuvering the pans in and out of the oven – just be sure to always use mitts until the pan completely cools to prevent any potential burns. (Remember: Cast iron takes longer to cool than aluminum and other common bakeware materials.) 

The pans can be washed with soap and water, but never put them in the dishwasher (and for tips on how to maintain them, read the How to Season Cast Iron section). 

  • Will last a lifetime when taken care of properly
  • Good heat retention
  • Heavy
  • Require more maintenance than typical baking pans

Best Baking Pan Set for Frequent Bakers

10-Piece Eminence Nonstick Bakeware Set



During our tests, this set stood out for ease of use and would be a great addition to any baker's kitchen. Each of the pans has generous handles that make them easy to grab and rotate, and they're super simple to clean. In addition to including the pieces we value most (two round cakes pans, a half sheet tray, a rectangular pan and a square pan), the set comes with a rack and two loaf pans to meet all your baking needs as well as a cover for the rectangular pan for easy transporting and storage.

  • Versatile assortment
  • Large handles
  • Rimmed handles may seem a little bulky to some

11What to look for when buying a baking pan set

✔️ MATERIAL: Many baking pans are made of aluminum or aluminized steel, which is valued for being lightweight and conducting heat evenly. Thicker, more durable pans are usually more expensive, as they perform well and generally last a long time. Ceramic is common for pie pans due to its gentle heating and retention properties; glass is a good choice for savory cooking like casseroles. (We largely stuck to testing aluminum and aluminized steel for its versatility and popularity.)

✔️ NONSTICK VS. NONCOATED: Baking pans treated with a nonstick coating don't require greasing but often lose their effectiveness over time. Pans that aren't nonstick will last longer but require greasing and/or lining with parchment for the best results. In general, the browning in nonstick pans is not as robust as with non-coated pans, which can be a good thing for desserts but less desirable for savory foods. In our tests, many of the nonstick baking sheets were still able to brown broccoli well. One caveat: Nonstick pans often can't handle high oven temps, so they're not recommended for broiling.

✔️ VARIETY: Look for a set that suits the foods you cook and bake the most. We like sets that include at least two round cake pans so you can make a layered cake and one or more half sheet pans for cookies and roasting. We also like eight-inch square pans for thick brownies and a nine-by-13-inch pan for sheet cakes and savory foods.

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Are you looking for the very best cookie trays? Maybe your baking sheets are scratched or an odd size, or maybe it’s just time for some new ones?

If so, you’ve come to the right place. At Foodal, we’re rather picky when it comes to bakeware.

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Cookies are one of the most popular baked foods in the United States, and I know I like to bake a lot of them. But sometimes your pans can get stained, scratched, warped, or worn out, or you realize that you simply don’t have enough of them.

In my kitchen, I love a fresh-out-of-the-oven chewy chocolate chip variety dipped in milk (lactose-free for me). But what I really hate – and I’m sure you would agree – is when I overbake my treats!

The ones that fall apart when you try to transfer them to the cooling rack come in at a close second-to-worst. Though these are often the most delicious, sometimes I just lack the patience that’s required for them to survive the baking process.

If your treats are burning even when you follow the recipe or they’re not cooking evenly, it’s easy to blame your oven for this. But the number one thing you should really be questioning is your choice of bakeware.

We searched all over for the best quality baking sheets for the job, and I think you’re going to be quite impressed with what we found.

Below I’ll share our number one pick first. We’ll also discuss what to look for in terms of:

Following that, we’ll explore the other options that we found to be great products.

To give you a quick rundown, these are the:

Before you bake another botched batch, let’s take a look at what’s available and dig into the options. Shall we?

Bottom Line Up Front – Our Top Rated Model

We believe the Nordic Ware Natural Aluminum Commercial Baker’s Half Sheet is the very best for baking cookies, for most people.

It’s made from natural aluminum, which tells us it’s durable and not coated with any toxins, but it will still hold up well in hot environments.

Nordic Ware Natural Aluminum Commercial Baker’s Half Sheet

Although it’s a baker’s half, it fits nicely in a standard oven. Based on our in-house testing, it can hold about 20 round treats at once, if you use about a tablespoon of dough per cookie, made from a batter that doesn’t spread significantly during baking.

This sheet might be the only one you’ll ever need, but it’s so nice you might want to buy two. You have that option. But if you’re looking for pans that come conveniently packaged as a set, keep reading for some of our favorites.

Our top pick from Nordic Ware is commercial quality and guaranteed never to rust. It’s also made in the USA and is priced rather low, so even the most budget conscious shoppers can surely justify this purchase.

It does well at your average 350°F, but has been shown to hold up nicely at higher temperatures upwards of 500°F as well, which is perfect for roasting sweet, caramelized vegetables or making pizza.

This product is available on Amazon.


  • The perfect size. Fits in standard ovens, holds a large amount of baked goods, and allows room for heat circulation.
  • Light color. Allows for even cooking and no unwanted burning/browning.
  • Made of aluminum. Made to last, free of toxins, and won’t warp due to high temperatures.
  • Versatile. Thanks to the rim, you can use this pan to roast vegetables and other foods. It will even survive trips through the broiler without any damage.

If you’re looking for a high quality sheet that’s built to last, this Nordic Ware pan is a good option for most bakers.

It will lightly brown the bottoms of what you’re baking without burning, and cookies will easily come off the sheet – IF you’re sure to use baking spray or a sheet of parchment paper.

That’s right – you should always remember to prep your pan first when using one of this type for baking. It’s recommended that you season natural aluminum before using it.

You can do this by placing a teaspoon of cooking oil (such as coconut, since it has a high smoke point) on the baking sheet, spreading it around with a clean towel, and baking it for 30 minutes at 400°F. Let it cool completely, and after that, it should be ready to go.

You can read more about seasoning cookware here.

Nordic Ware  Commercial Baker’s Half Sheet with Cooling Rack and Nonstick Silicone Baking Mat in Aqua

Or better yet, the pan is also offered as part of a set that includes a silicone baking mat and cooling rack. No more seasoning before use required!

You do have to hand wash this product, but I haven’t found any high quality pans that you can put in the dishwasher reliably without compromising the quality. However, a simple wash by hand with soap and water cleans this sheet up very nicely.

If you’re looking for a good pan for baking delicious goodies for years to come, I’m confident you’ll be very happy with this product.

Check prices and read all of the customer reviews on Amazon now.

Things to Look For

There are some key factors and features you want to be aware of before you make your purchase.

These include things like…


Most standard ovens have a baking rack that’s around 22 inches wide, so I recommend a sheet that’s the standard 13-by-18-inch size (a baker’s half) as it’s not too big, giving the heat room to circulate. And it’s not too small either, allowing you to bake a large quantity of treats at once.

Another perk of going with a standard size is that precut parchment paper is a perfect fit, with no trimming required.

If you have a commercial extra-large oven, you could get away with using a full-size sheet pan, which measures 26 by 18 inches. But that’s going to be too big for most ovens. Smaller sized sheets also work, it will just take longer to get through your dough if you are baking in batches.

Sometimes I’ll make a batch and only bake half, saving the rest of the dough in the freezer until another sweets craving strikes. This is a great technique to use during the holidays – freezing your dough in portions, and then taking a little out to bake a small batch when you have company.


When it comes to these products, we found six different styles that are very popular today: nonstick, aluminum, stainless steel, carbon steel, ceramic, and insulated.


Nonstick usually means it’s a thinner sheet of steel that has been coated with a thin layer of polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE)/Teflon – which often means it’s more prone to heat warping, scuffs, and uneven cooking.

If you’re hesitant about potential exposure to toxins and chemicals, you’ll want to avoid the nonstick options, as they’re usually coated with chemicals that may off-gas when heated to high temperatures.

The good thing about using this style is you don’t have to worry about oiling your pan or using parchment paper, and food comes off very easily without it.

However, you will eventually have to replace your nonstick pans, since the coating does wear off over time (but where does it go? Does the same monster that eats your socks ingest the PTFE coating as well? Or perhaps it is lining your gut…).


Aluminum is the material that’s preferred by many cooks, since it’s thick, durable, and affordable. Pans made from this material seem to hold up well in the long run, and it’s possible to avoid scuffs and discoloration, as long as you keep them out of the dishwasher. It’s also known for heating up evenly and uniformly.

If you go with this option, it’s important that you use some kind of barrier between the food and the pan, such as cooking oil or parchment paper, as food will get stuck to the bottom if you’re not careful.

Silpat Premium Nonstick Silicone Baking Mat, available from Amazon

I prefer to use silicone and fiberglass baking mats such as the French-made Silpat shown above. Baking mats like these can be used thousands of times before you’ll need to replace them, and they make cleanup a breeze.

Aluminum is also a better conductor of heat than iron, steel, or most other materials. In fact, other than copper, it is the best heat conductor that’s commonly available in cookware.

Why is this important to you?

Since aluminum can transfer heat so quickly, it can also lose that heat just as fast, meaning once you remove a tray from the oven, you don’t have to worry about the material taking a long time to cool down, continuously radiating heat the whole time.

This process happens relatively quickly, and the rapid heat loss helps to prevent scorching.

Read our full review of Silpats and other top-quality silicone baking mats here.

Stainless Steel

Admittedly, this is not our favorite material for sheet pans. But we have received a lot of questions about it from readers, and we wanted to make sure we included it in our review.

It tends to warp easily, and is not the best conductor of heat available. Mirror finishes can scratch and fade with use, and this is not the most nonstick material out there either.

However, uncoated stainless means you won’t have to worry about the potential for any leaching chemicals, and pans made with stainless steel are durable and heavy-duty, despite their tendency to warp at high temperatures.

You might notice different numbers in the descriptions for these products, including 18/0, 18/8, and 18/10. These numbers refer to the percentages of chromium and nickel in the stainless steel, with the 18 referring to the content of chromium, and the second number referring to the nickel content.

Chromium is known for its ability to resist rust, and nickel provides a shiny silver appearance.

Carbon Steel

Carbon steel is another popular option.

Like cast iron, steel is not a great heat conductor. It takes a long time to get up to the correct temperature, and a long time for the energy to dissipate after it has been removed from the heat source.

Thinner, cheaper versions of carbon steel pans can exhibit hot spots, and they don’t spread thermal energy very well from the source point. If you have your tray sitting directly above an electric coil, for example, it will become much hotter in the location nearest to the coil than it is anywhere else.

These thinner versions work much better in convection ovens where the majority of the thermal energy is carried by the air, rather than radiating from electrified points.

However, there is a catch – carbon steel does excel at some baking applications. Here’s the deal:

The thicker versions are excellent for baking artisan breads and pizzas.

Why is this?

Well, it’s for the same reason that they make a poor choice in the thinner material – their reluctance to gain or shed thermal energy makes them ideal for retaining that heat, once they are finally up to temperature.

NerdChef Ultimate Steel Stone High-Performance Baking Surface for Pizzas – 14.25 x 16 x 1/2 Inches, available on Amazon

For pizzas and breads, you want a baking surface that can store and radiate thermal energy no matter what is placed on top of it.

If you have the oven set to 500°F and the cooking surface is up to temperature, you don’t want that surface changing temperature (much) once a food item with a lot of mass is placed on top of it.

Cast iron is the ideal choice for this, due to its ability to store heat energy, and this is why thicker examples are sometimes used in place of baking or pizza stones.

Some of the higher end versions like the NerdChef model recommended above are available in 1/4-, 3/8-, and even 1/2-inch thicknesses.


Probably one of the more rare options out there, you do find ceramic sheet pans occasionally, and there are some high quality options on the market.

Rather than being ceramic all the way through, these pans are typically comprised of a steel tray with a smooth or textured surface that is coated in nonstick ceramic.

These pans are safe to use at high temperatures, and they’re free of the chemicals that you’ll find in other types of nonstick coatings.


These usually have a bit of a lip and are designed to achieve even cooking on the top, bottom, sides, and center. For whatever reason, we’ve found that this type of pan can be more difficult to find these days.

Due to the insulation, this type does take longer to heat up and bake all the way through. But this is a wonderful option for light colored treats, like shortbread and Linzer cookies.

These sheets take a little longer to cool down as well, so use caution when they’re first removed from the oven. They should be hand washed and air dried completely to avoid any water damage.

Rimmed vs. Rimless

Which of these options is better? This is a difficult question to answer, as there are pros and cons to both. That being said, what are commonly referred to as “baking sheets” are usually the ones with the rimmed edges, and cookie sheets are those without edges.

A rim can actually block the circulation of hot air in your oven, preventing cookies from baking evenly. Without the edge, you usually have more available baking space as well.

Closeup closely cropped horizontal image of a rimmed metal sheet pan lined with parchment paper and filled with slice droasted carrots, beets, and other vegetables with sprigs of rosemary, on a gray speckled countertop.

I have found both styles to be very useful. But if you only have room in your cabinets for one pan in this category, get a rimmed product.


They are multi-use pans, which I’m a big fan of. Not only can they work well for producing delicious baked goods, they can also serve double duty as a roasting pan in some instances. These can be used to bake veggies or other foods that give off liquids without having to worry about the mess dripping all over the bottom of your oven.


With this option, the size of the rim can vary dramatically, from thin to thick and short to tall. When using this style, I have found that as long as I have enough work space in the pan, I don’t mind the rim.

Closely cropped horizontal image of oatmeal raisin cookie dough portioned on a silicone pan liner set into a sheet pan.

I will say that these tend to be thicker, they are often made from aluminum, and they don’t bend or warp at high temperatures. They also make great roasting pans for cooking vegetables.

You can easily chop your broccoli or carrots and potatoes, put them in the pan, toss them with oil and fresh herbs, and bake. You won’t have to worry about any of the veggies spilling out, and this type of pan is easy to put into and take out of the oven.

The problem with the rimmed option is that the rim makes it a little more challenging to remove delicate goodies from the pan, and this can sometimes result in broken pieces.

But it’s not the end of the world, especially if you’re willing to wait – treats usually harden up after a few minutes out of the oven.


It’s easy to remove delicate foods from these, as you can just slide your baked goods off the sheet and onto a cooling rack or serving platter. The problem with this style is that they’re usually thinner, and can start to show signs of wear a lot faster.

If you’re like me and you’re sometimes a bit too quick to take your precious cookies out of the oven, this can also mean your baked goods will start to slide right off the pan and onto the door of the oven or the floor. Nobody wants that!

Closeup of cutout Christmas cookies decorated with white sugar icing on a rimless metal baking sheet, on a black background.

They’re also less versatile, so no veggie roasting or cooking meat with these, unless you’re okay with vegetables potentially falling to the bottom of your oven, or juices dripping off the pan and burning, creating a nasty mess to clean up later.

I don’t think this factor is too important if you’re trying to weigh the pros and cons of which might be better. Both styles can work really well, and neither is necessarily a deal breaker for making a good recipe. Just keep your baking goals in mind when you make your decision.

Dark vs. Light Surface Color

You may have noticed that baking sheets also come in different colors or shades. Some are light, and some are dark. And this isn’t just for ornamental effect. The main difference that will have an effect on your baking is in how the pans absorb heat.


The darker colored sheets are going to heat up faster and absorb more heat, which is great if you want a really crispy crust or brown bottom. On the flip side, this is usually not the best for making sweet treats, unless you’re preparing a rustic galette or a pizza.

If you do fall in love with a dark pan and don’t want the bottom of your baked goods to brown, simply layer the pans with one or two sheets of parchment paper or silicone mats – this provides a little extra insulation from the heat, and helps to keep the bottoms from burning.


These have the opposite effect, cooking more slowly and evenly – which is great for when you don’t want the bottoms of whatever you’re making to be super brown.

If you specialize in sweet treats, I would opt for a lighter colored pan like the Nordic Ware option described above. Although it’s lighter, it’s still capable of browning the bottoms if you wish, without as much risk of burning.

If you purchase a high-quality pan that’s made to last, like our top pick from Nordic Ware, then you’ll have a lot more versatility when you bake as well.

Baking and Cookie Sheet Pan Reviews: Your Other Options

Still shopping? If you’d like to see some more options for this kitchen staple, we’ve gathered a list of picks that stood out to us, to help you in your comparison shopping.

Anolon Nonstick Steel 3-Piece Set

If you’re in need of multiple pans, this might be the product for you, since it comes as a set of small, medium, and large for a total of three. All are made of steel and they are nonstick with a bronze-toned coating to provide even baking and browning, and a nice rim. Or, if you prefer, they’re available in a graphite color as well.

Anolon 3-piece set of rimmed pans in graduated sizes in bronze, isolated on a white background.

Anolon 3-Piece Set in Bronze

The price for all three pans is one of the lowest I have seen, which has me wondering… How do they do it?

Overall reviews are positive, and happy customers are pleased with their durability as well as the ease of stick-free cooking.

Top-down view of a rimmed Anolon baking pan in graphite, isolated on a white background.

Anolon Large Pan in Graphite (Part of a 3-Piece Set)

Though these pans are technically dishwasher safe, hand washing is recommended. If you treat your cooking equipment with care, and you appreciate the versatility of different size options, this might be a wonderful set for you.


  • Great value, with 3 sheets for less than the price of 1 from other brands.
  • Nonstick material makes cleanup easy.
  • Heavyweight material holds up to 450°F and it’s warp-resistant.
  • Set includes 3 sizes: large (17 x 11 inches), medium (15 x 10 inches) and small (13 x 9 inches).

They stack very well, so if space is an issue in your kitchen, you don’t have to worry with these. If you’re trying to find an overall good deal, look no further than this set.

Read the reviews and check prices on Wayfair now.

Farberware Nonstick Steel 3-Piece Set

If a silvery hue is more in line with your kitchen aesthetic, try this set from Farberware. Three matching nonstick steel pans with 1.5-inch rims are included in this set – a large 17” L x 11” W pan for baking cookies, and smaller 15” L x 10” W and 13” L x 9” W pans for roasting veggies or reheating leftovers.

Farberware Nonstick 3-Piece Set

These pans have a shallow moat around the flat surface inside, to catch the liquid runoff from juicy foods. And they’re from Farberware, a trusted brand in this category for over a century. Dishwasher safe, though hand washing is recommended.


  • Steel with nonstick coating is oven safe up to 450°F.
  • A variety of sizes offers versatility, with good value for the price.
  • Easily stackable for storage.
  • Rimmed edges keep baked goods in place with no risk of drips.

If you’re looking for a heavy-duty product from a brand you can trust, give this set a try.

Farberware Nonstick Cookie Pan in Rose Gold, 10 by 15 Inches

And if you’re in need of just a single pan, say, one that measures 10 by 15 inches from the same Farberware line in a pretty rose gold color, one of those is available as well.

Check prices now on Amazon.

Rachael Ray Nonstick Carbon Steel 3-Piece Set

This 3-piece set comes with small, medium, and large baking pans as well, all of which are made from durable carbon steel that resists warping. The pans have a long-lasting nonstick finish to provide excellent food release, making for easy cleanup.

Rachael Ray Nonstick Bakeware 3-Piece Baking and Cookie Pan Set with Marine Blue Grips

I’ve used Rachael Ray products in the past and I have never been disappointed. I usually feel pretty confident buying products promoted by people who cook a lot.

These pans are dark in color, and they hold heat well. They’re rimmed with extra wide handles, making them very easy to pull out of a hot oven.

Plus, they provide a pop of color, which I always appreciate. You can choose from a selection of color options for the handle grips. These would make a nice gift for the baker in your life.


  • Set includes a variety of sizes: 9 x 13, 10 x 15, and 11 x 17 inches.
  • Rimmed edges keep baked goods from slipping off.
  • Extra-wide handles help to easily grab pans from the oven.
  • Nonstick material helps to quickly clean and remove food.
  • Also available in a 5-piece set, should you need a bigger selection.

If you’re thinking about these pans but you’re not totally convinced, another nice thing about them is that a portion of the proceeds go to Yum-O!. Rachael’s nonprofit helps kids and parents to develop healthy relationships with food, which is something future generations really need.

Read customer reviews and check prices on Amazon now.

TeamFar Stainless Steel 2-Piece Set

As I’ve mentioned previously, rust-free stainless steel is an option for those who aren’t fans of baking on aluminum.

These pans from TeamFar are comprised of durable 18/0 magnetic stainless. Easy to hand wash, they can also be placed in the dishwasher. Sets of two pans are available in a large size, measuring 15.8 x 12 inches. They have a deep, nearly 1-inch rim all the way around the edge and a nonstick mirror finish.

TeamFar Stainless Steel Cookie Sheets, Set of 2

Users do report the occurrence some sticking, so greasing these pans before use with nonstick oil spray or your choice of cooking lubricant is recommended. Otherwise, be sure to line them with parchment paper or silicone baking mats.

Placing these pans under the broiler or cooking certain foods can lead to staining, but any unsightly marks can usually be scrubbed off with steel wool. Unfortunately, this may also lead to scratching.


  • Uncoated stainless steel, with no unwanted chemicals.
  • Sturdy and heavy duty, so they’re sure to last.
  • Dishwasher safe
  • A deep rim keeps foods and liquids where you want them.

Keep in mind that although these are heavy-duty pans touted as “resistant” to warping, they will warp, and this can lead to uneven baking. Some users recommend placing your pans in the oven while it preheats so they can heat up gradually, reducing the tendency to bend. These pans are also heavier than aluminum options.

Check prices and read customer reviews now on Amazon.

Wilton Recipe Right Nonstick Aluminum

Another classic aluminum pan, this affordable option from Wilton is perfect for the budget-conscious among us.

Wilton Recipe Right Cookie Pan, 17 1/4 by 11 1/2-Inch

It’s dishwasher safe with an easy-release nonstick coating, and measures 17.25 by 11.25 inches with a rim around the edge, and slightly more extended handles on either of the shorter sides.

These handles even have holes conveniently placed in either end, if you prefer to hang your pans for storage.

A limited 5-year warranty means you can rest assured that you probably won’t need to buy another pan for awhile, but keep in mind that this product is prone to warping at high temperatures.


  • Lightweight nonstick aluminum.
  • Dishwasher safe.
  • Can be stacked or hung up for storage.
  • Limited 5-year warranty.

If you’re a fan of this simple, no frills option, read customer reviews and check current prices on Amazon now.

Farberware Nonstick Carbon Steel

This pan is made from carbon steel and seems to hold up just as well as aluminum. It is also nonstick, making cleanup easier, but it’s suggested that you don’t use it at temperatures above 450°F.

Farberware Nonstick Bakeware 11-by-17-Inch Cookie Pan

That being said, this would not be a good pan for roasting, but it’s great for baking sweet treats. It has a small rim and a bit of an edge, making it easy to remove from the oven as well.


  • Nonstick inside and out, for easy cleanup.
  • Durable, heavy-duty construction resists warping and heats evenly.
  • At 11 x 17 inches, it’s a little smaller than the Nordic, but big enough to fit at least a baker’s dozen.
  • Perfect for baking sweet treats at lower temperatures.

This is an excellent product for the price. If you don’t mind washing it by hand and keeping it away from sharp utensils, this pan could last you a very long time.

However, it doesn’t rank as high as the Nordic Ware, as some users found that it warped after a number of uses in a hot oven.

Check prices and read customer reviews on Amazon now.

Anolon Advanced Nonstick Carbon Steel

If you’re more of a minimalist, a world traveler who keeps the majority of your kitchen gear in storage while you’re on the road, or an empty-nester looking to pare down your collection of belongings, the Anolon Advanced pan is a great option.

Anolon Advanced Nonstick Carbon Steel Pan

Heavy-duty carbon steel is resistant to warping and safe for use at oven temperatures up to 450°F. And the medium-tone color, somewhere between dark and light, helps to promote even browning.

Measuring in at 10 by 15 inches with round edges and a tall interior rim (referred to in Anolon’s marketing copy as a “shallow outside wall”), happy customers love the SureGrip™silicone handles that mean you can eschew your oven mitts with confidence – if you’re careful, at least.

With a lifetime limited warranty to boot, what’s not to love about this versatile pan?


  • Warp-resistant heavy-duty carbon steel.
  • Medium color (between light and dark) provides even browning.
  • Sturdy SureGrip handles provide comfort and ease of use.
  • Limited lifetime warranty.

Read customer reviews and check current prices on Amazon.

All-Clad Stainless Steel

If a higher end stainless option is what you’re after, go for the All-Clad 9003TS. This 18/10 stainless steel baking sheet is available in a 14-by-17-inch size.

All-Clad 9003TS 18/10 Stainless Steel Baking Sheet Ovenware, 14-Inch by 17-Inch, Silver

Open on three sides, this type has an angled lip on one side for putting it in and taking it out of the oven. Users note that this sheet is not completely flat, and it has a slight raised lip around the entire inner perimeter.

Comprised of sturdy 18/10 stainless steel with premium tri-ply construction, it comes with a limited lifetime warranty and is made in the USA. This product is also dishwasher safe.

Touted as being induction compatible and resistant to warping, this pan is safe for use in high oven temperatures up to 600°F. That’s the highest rating we’ve seen! Some users have reported that the edges are more sharp than expected, and warping has been reported as well.


  • A rimless option that’s perfect for baking cookies.
  • Sturdy stainless is durable, and long-lasting.
  • Product includes a limited lifetime warranty.
  • Made in the USA.

If you’re a holiday baking fanatic and a fan of the All-Clad brand, look no further than this sturdy, rimless option.

Check prices and read reviews now on Amazon.

Norpro Stainless Steel

If you are looking for a less expensive option of the cookie sheet style, try this product from Norpro. This 18/0 stainless cookie sheet is available in 12-by-16-inch or 14-by-12-inch sizes. It has a short, open rim on three sides and a flat side on the other, so you can easily slide those cookies right off onto your cooling racks.

Norpro 12 x 16 Inch Stainless Steel Cookie Sheet

Keep in mind that these pans are not insulated or coated with anything nonstick. Hand washing is recommended, and some users have reported that the pans scratch easily if scrubbed with abrasive materials.

There is a common problem with these pans, and that has to do with the way they are packaged. Many customers report that the glue from the label is hard to remove, but it’s nothing that a little WD-40 shouldn’t fix – one happy customer suggests peanut butter for easy removal.

Others report that this product stains easily, or they complain that whatever they are cooking slides right off when they don’t want it to. But this is really a testament to its inherent nonstick properties without the use of any additional coatings like Teflon. Unlike other products in the stainless category, happy customers did not report a tendency to warp with these pans.


  • Warp-resistant, sturdy stainless steel.
  • Rimless style is perfect for baking cookies.
  • Naturally nonstick.
  • Good value for the price.

A little easier on the wallet than other options, these stainless pans are reported to be truly warp resistant, which is a real treat.

Read more about this product and place your orders now on Amazon.

Wezvix Stainless Steel

Need something a little larger, or perhaps a little smaller? Rimmed stainless options from Wezvix are available in a variety of sizes, from small and narrow 7-by-9-inch toaster oven pans to large 19.6-by-13.5-by-1.2-inch half sheet trays, or even a whopping 24-by-16-by-1.3-inch pan.

Wezvix Stainless Steel Baking Tray, 24 x 16 Inches

Made of 18/0 stainless steel with a shiny mirror finish, these pans have a generous 1.3-inch raised rim around all four sides in the largest size, and shorter rims in smaller formats. The rolled edge around the sides makes them easy to hold, and these are dishwasher safe.

They also have a tendency to warp. The manufacturer notes, “If the baking sheet warps or bends during working, do not worry, because it will return to its normal shape when cooling.”

Unfortunately, when cooking liquids pool in unintended places or cookies slide around and bake unevenly, “worry” is often taken to new heights more akin to anger and frustration.


  • Available in a wide variety of sizes.
  • Stainless steel with a mirror finish.
  • Dishwasher safe.
  • Easy to put in and take out of the oven.

They may warp, discolor, or scratch easily if sharp or abrasive tools are used on them, but this is simply the nature of stainless, not a manufacturing defect. Many users are very happy with these pans.

Check current prices and read customer reviews on Amazon now.

Farberware Hybrid Ceramic Nonstick

If you’re intrigued by the idea of a ceramic-coated pan or you’re looking for a colorful option that will look great on Instagram, say no more – you’ve found your winner.

Farberware Hybrid Ceramic Nonstick Baking Sheet in Aqua

Available in striking aqua, purple, or a copper brown, these pans from Farberware measure 11 x 17 inches, and they’re safe for use at temperatures up to 500°F. Comprised of steel coated with PFOA and PTFE-free nonstick ceramic, cleanup is easy – and they’re even dishwasher safe.

Farberware Hybrid Ceramic Nonstick Baking Sheet in Purple

A textured surface not only improves durability and makes these pans resistant to warping, it also allows for better airflow and even cooking of your baked goods. A rim with a gutter around the edge of the “quilted” cook surface catches liquids, and wide handles provide for easy insertion in and removal from the oven.


  • Available in vibrant aqua or lavender.
  • Ceramic-coated steel is nonstick and durable.
  • Textured surface promotes airflow and even cooking.
  • Rimmed edge provides versatility and ease of use.

Read more about this product and check current prices on Amazon.

GreenLife Ceramic Nonstick

“Green” is in the name, and you know you can count on chemical-free cooking with this product that’s free of PFAS, PFOA, lead, or cadmium. Comprised of heavy-duty steel with a ceramic nonstick coating, these pans are easy to clean and oven safe up to 450°F.

GreenLife Ceramic Nonstick Cookie Sheet in Turquoise

These pans are turquoise outside and white inside, and they measure 18.3 x 12.8 inches with a 1-inch rim around the edge. A selection of matching bakeware in a variety of options from muffin tins to cake pans is also available, if you want to round out your set.

GreenLife is careful to point out that extra care should be used when baking in ceramic-coated steel. The manufacturer recommends letting these pans cool completely before rinsing, and hand washing with a soft sponge. Use of butter or oil to lubricate your pans is okay, but application of spray oils is not recommended as this can lead to unwanted buildup. And only nylon or wooden utensils should be used, to prevent scratching.


  • Ceramic-coated steel is nonstick, and free of unwanted chemicals.
  • Available in an attractive turquoise and white color palette.
  • Smooth cook surface is easy to clean.
  • Other products are available, if you are looking for a matching set.

If you take good care of them, these pans will provide beauty and stick-free cooking for years to come.

Check current prices and reviews from customers on Amazon.

Gotham Steel Nonstick “Copper”

When I first laid eyes on this product, I got really excited because I’d never seen a copper baking sheet before. But alas, these are copper in color only.

Nonetheless, this pan is a unique option in the ceramic category. It’s made of something different, and perhaps far more interesting, than copper would be.

Square image of twelve cookies in three rows on a copper-colored Gotham Steel rimmed baking sheet, on a gray kitchen counter with baking ingredients, a mixer, and measuring implements.

Gotham Steel Nonstick Cookie Sheet in Copper

Comprised of aluminum coated with a Ti-Cerama™ surface, titanium is combined with ceramic to create a durable and nonstick product.

Measuring 18 by 12 inches with a 1-inch rim, this pan is dishwasher safe, oven safe up to 500°F, and you can even use metal utensils on it without having to worry about scratches.

The nonstick coating is chemical free, it won’t peel, and the manufacturer claims that you won’t even need any butter or oil to grease this baby up – it’s plenty nonstick on its own (referred to as “super nonstick,” and marketing copy reads, “Just give the pan a tip, and watch them slip”!), so you can save a few calories.

Twenty-piece Gotham steel cookware and bakeware set with copper colored pans, isolated on a white background.

Gotham Steel 20-Piece Aluminum Nonstick Cookware and Bakeware Set

It’s thick with a sturdy rim so it won’t warp, even at high temperatures. It will look nice alongside those copper pans in your collection even though it isn’t really made of copper (and besides, it’s much easier to clean and maintain than real copper would be).


  • Won’t warp, even at high temperatures.
  • Aluminum with Ti-Cerama coating is durable and nonstick.
  • Dishwasher safe.
  • Scratch resistant, and you can use those metal utensils.

If you try this pan and you’re hooked, Gotham Steel offers a variety of matching cookware and bakeware in this line, so you can deck out your whole kitchen. Their 20-piece set makes a lovely gift.

Has this pan piqued your curiosity? Find out more now on Wayfair.

Calphalon Insulated Nonstick Steel

What about insulated options, you ask? We found one that we think is worth giving a closer look.

The insulated nonstick cookie sheet from Calphalon is made of heavy-gauge steel that heats evenly, and it’s warp resistant and safe to use at temperatures up to 500°F.

Rimless baking sheet with raised short sides for easy oven removal, isolated on white background.

Calphalon Insulated Nonstick Cookie Sheet, 14 by 16 inches

Interlocking nonstick layers provide easy release of baked goods, and the nonstick finish is designed to be long-lasting. In fact, Calphalon describes the stick-free abilities of these pans as being two times better than that of their Classic Bakeware line. And this product comes with a full lifetime warranty, so you can trust that it will last.

Dishwasher safe, this pan measures 14 by 16 inches with a slightly raised edge on two sides. An interior layer of air provides protection from unwanted browning, so it’s the perfect option for those more delicate baked goods.

Using nylon or wooden tools rather than metal is recommended, to prevent scratching. Allow this pan to cool completely before washing, and avoid the use of cooking oil sprays as they may lead to unwanted buildup and decrease the effectiveness of the nonstick coating in the long run.


  • Insulated steel with interlocking nonstick layers and a layer of air prevents unwanted browning.
  • Oven safe at high temperatures, and warp resistant.
  • Superior nonstick coating, an improvement on Calphalon’s Classic Bakeware line.
  • Full lifetime warranty.

Read more about this product now on Wayfair.

Made In Aluminum

The Made In sheet pan is manufactured in Wisconsin from commercial grade 3004 aluminum. It is lightweight yet durable, with an 18-gauge thickness.

There are two options available: a quarter or a half sheet pan. The quarter sheet pan has measurements of 9.5 by 13 inches, and the half sheet pan has measurements of 17.75 by 13 inches. Both pans have a 1-inch rim around the edge.

Horizontal image of two baking sheets in different sizes

Made In Quarter Sheet and Half Baking Sheets

Designed in collaboration with a restaurant industry professional, Chef Matt Horn, this option is made to withstand the daily wear and tear of both restaurant and home kitchens. And since this product is chef-approved, you know you’ll be choosing a solid option!


  • Made in the USA
  • Fully recyclable aluminum
  • Oven safe up to 450°F
  • Should be handwashed

The pans are covered under Made In’s limited lifetime warranty. Learn more about the company’s warranty policy here.

If you decide you are interested in a pan with a nonstick coating, Made In also offers a half sheet pan made with the same 3004 commercial grade aluminum with a durable PFOA-free PTFE coating. In testing, I found this pan to be sturdy and high-quality. Baked goods slid off with ease, and hand washing was a breeze.

KitchenAid Nonstick Aluminized Steel

If you and your KitchenAid stand mixer are culinary besties, make room for one more in the friend group! The company produces a nonstick aluminized steel baking sheet crafted with the same sturdiness and reliability as your favorite appliance.

Overhead image of rimmed silver-colored aluminum baking sheet with raised rim around all four sides, isolated on white background.

KitchenAid Nonstick Aluminized Steel Baking Sheet

With its extended handles, you’ll be able to have a secure grip when lifting in and out of the oven. The light color and aluminized steel construction are helpful for even heat distribution and can withstand oven temperatures up to 450°F.

The exterior measurements are 21 by 14 by 1 inches, and the interior measurements are 13 by 18 by 1 inches.


  • Coated nonstick scratch-resistant surface
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Aluminized steel construction
  • Wide, extended handles

Check current prices and read more about this product on Wayfair now.


Time to Bake!

A good cookie sheet is one you’ll be making delicious memories with for years to come. Get a good one such as the Nordic Ware commercial-grade offering that we recommended above, and you’ll never have to worry about buckled sheets or heat warping again.

Our #1 Recommended Pick for Most People – the Nordic Ware Nature Commercial Baker’s Half Sheet

No matter how often you bake, you’ll need a good quality sheet. Whichever you decide to go with, I’m confident you’ll be happy with your purchase.

Once you get that new baking sheet, the real question is: what type of cookies are you going to make first? Read my 10 Tips for Baking Perfect Cookies Every Time before you get started.

Horizontal closely cropped image of freshly baked chocolate chip cookies arranged in rows on a brown aged metal sheet pan with a short rim, on a beige background.

Feel free to ask any additional questions you might have in the comments below, and be sure to let us know what pan you go with. Happy baking!

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About Allison Sidhu

Allison M. Sidhu is a culinary enthusiast from southeastern Pennsylvania who has returned to Philly after a seven-year sojourn to sunny LA. She loves exploring the local restaurant and bar scene with her best buds. She holds a BA in English literature from Swarthmore College and an MA in gastronomy from Boston University. When she’s not in the kitchen whipping up something tasty (or listening to the latest food podcasts while she does the dishes!) you’ll probably find Allison tapping away at her keyboard, chilling in the garden, curled up with a good book (or ready to dominate with controller in hand in front of the latest video game) on the couch, or devouring a dollar dog and crab fries at the Phillies game.

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The 8 Best Cookie Sheets for Easy Baking, According to Thousands of Amazon Reviews

By and large, the Nordic Ware Commercial Baker's Sheet is considered the overall best cookie sheet to bake with, according to thousands of glowing customer reviews. The commercial-style baking sheet—which comes in a half sheet and an extra large option—is sturdy and made of pure aluminum, which means it should remain rust-free for its lifetime. Bakers especially love that the durable design with a reinforced steel rim doesn't warp with heat and holds up well over time. 

The larger size is currently the number one best-selling baking sheet on Amazon, with nearly 25,000 five-star ratings to its name. One Amazon shopper said it's "by far the most frequently used item in my kitchen," while another praised its even heat distribution that results in "beautifully baked" cookies. "These sheets bake cookies with even browning and [have] a nice flat top that is perfect for decorating."

Buy It: Starting at $28; amazon.com

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Wilton Cookie Sheets Reviews


I run my own small, home-based baking business and I use Wilton all the time. They hold up well. They are heavy duty, they bake evenly, they are easy to clean. I have tried many brands of cookie sheets and so far, Wilton is my favorite.


Lansing, MI



After reading the rave reviews I bought the 3-piece set of cookie sheets. They are very nice to look at and I like having different sizes. First thing I made was chocolate chip cookies. I was very surprised that the cookies stained the sheet significantly. The cookies didn't slip off the sheet, either, as I would have expected. All three of the sheets have stained after making cookies, no matter what kind they were. Since I needed to resort to lightly spraying before baking, now that is getting baked on! I envision throwing these out in the future. What really mystifies me is the bottoms are discoloring too, even though I make sure my counters are clean. WILTON: Would you please tell your customers how to clean your cookie sheets??


Hurricane, Utah



Wilton cookie sheets area very great in quality, they area made of a great heavy aluminum material. I love the fact that it's made of such a great thick material you always get perfectly evenly cooked cookies every time no burnt cookie bottoms! They are the perfect baking essential to make wonderful cookies for sure! These cookie sheets are so simple to clean just wash it off it's that easy and they don't stick as long as you use a good cooking spray on the surface as recommended. The cookie sheets never warp either they stay nice and flat. Most cookie sheets turn really dark brown over time, and I really haven't had that issue with these. Performance Very wonderful performance, the cookies never get burnt on the bottom and they always cook very evenly through! Ease of Cleaning Super simple to clean, I just hand wash mine since it's so easy to do it's pretty much effortless. Durability Extremely durable cookie sheets, they don't warp and don't turn colors at all like most cookie sheets I've had in the past. Design Great design, and wonderful materials. Doesn't Stick Does very well with not sticking, I still always use a small amount cooking spray whenever I bake cookies with them.





I believe the quality of these pans honestly depends on the batch. I bought the large, industrial sized cookie sheet a few years back. It works great, cooks evenly, and is a breeze to clean. All it needs is to be wiped down with soap and water and a paper towel. Done. Clean. That's it! For a deeper clean now and then, I will put it in the dish washer. No rush, just a sparkly cookie sheet! I purchased a smaller, average sized cookie sheet by Wilton. Awful. Everything sticks to it, it does not cook evenly, and it is starting to rust. Clearly not dishwater or even water friendly! However, my grandparents have the same one, bought a month or two after, and it works as well as my large industrial cookie sheet. I believe the quality depends on batch and are hit or miss. My grandparents purchased their cookie sheet at the same store, just a month or two later. They have zero issues. I honestly don't understand how this is possible, but it is! Maybe I just got a bad one.





Wilton cookie sheets are absolutely amazing. I have been baking for a number of years and have tried countless brands of cookie sheets. Everything pales in comparison to Wilton cookie sheets. The cookies I bake on these cookie sheets come out perfect each time. They are not dark in color so it is not necessary to lower the oven temperature to prevent these cookies from burning. I find that the cookies bake evenly, spread out nicely, and taste delicious. I have uses these cookie sheets for years and find that they continue to be a great investment even after heavy use. Many cookies sheets will stain and darken over a period of time. These cookie sheets have not stained or darkened with continued use. They are a bit on the expensive side, but the quality of cookies that you get after using these cookie sheets is well worth the higher price you pay upfront. Wilton is a great company!





Over the holidays my friends and I always get together to bake Christmas cookies. After having problems with some of my trays not heating evenly and my cookies burning, I decided to try the Wilton Cookie Sheets. I'm really glad I did! These trays cook my cookies evenly, and I don't have to worry about anything burning on the tray. Also, the cookies don't stick to the tray. I normally leave the cookies on the cookie sheet too long, and they crack when I take them off. This did not happen with the Wilton Cookie Sheets. They are relatively easy to wash because you don't have to worry about anything sticking to the sheet. I always wash them by hand. I don't think they would be that great if they were put in the dishwasher. Performance These bake really evenly no matter where you put a cookie on the tray. Ease of Cleaning These are easy to clean because the cookies don't really stick to the sheet. Design I like that these have sides because I can bake things on the sheet that tend to spill over the side of cookie trays that don't have edges.





I purchased these Wilton Cookie Sheets 2 years ago, solely for cookie baking. I had previously purchased other Wilton pans that were less than stellar. I have only ever used parchment paper to line the sheets (no non-stick sprays and no cookies directly on the pan) this has prevented discoloration for the most part. 2 year later the Wilton Cookie Sheets are still in very nice condition. Just a word to the wise, I have contacted Wilton before about discoloration and non-stick coatings coming off (even when using all plastic utensils). There response was that they are only to be used with BAKING and not cooking things like french fries and meat products. The Wilton Cookie Sheets are great, but Wilton's overall customer service leaves MUCH to be desired. I also can't judge how the non-stick features are nor how the pans would hold up when NOT using parchment paper.





Cookie sheets make baking so much easier. These are great because they're cheap, they last forever, and they make evenly cooked baked goods! They are a product that any cook must have in their house. You don't need a cooking spray or any aluminum foil on these because they're non-stick. There are so many uses for these that they're worth every penny. I recommend these to anyone and everyone!





These Wilton Cookie Sheets are perfect and so durable. I make cookies just about every week and these are still in perfect condition. I've never had cookies sheets that the cookies actually don't stick to. Another great quality is that it's so easy to clean.





Wilton's cookie sheets are heavy duty, fairly non-stick and all around awesome multi-purpose pans. I have only one Wilton cookie sheet and lament this every time I make cookies. In fact, because I have only one of their brand of cookie sheets, and like it so much better than my other pans, I usually bake cookie bars on it instead of individual cookies. These pans are so much better than other cookie sheets because of their heavy duty construction. Wilton cookie sheets have thicker metal than traditional cookie sheets with no sides. Because of this, they don't twist and warp during baking. They also distribute heat much more effectively than thinner sheets. The cookie sheet that I own is not advertised as non-stick, but it does seem to have a coating that helps prevent things from sticking. I have very little difficulty getting cookie grease off this pan, despite the fact that I often use pan spray rather than parchment paper. I think this pan is a great multi-use pan and have made many things in it other than cookies. It is great for making pizzas if you don't mind a rectangular shaped pizza. I bake free-form bread loaves on it and it is superb for genoise (a think cake used to make a jellyroll). I love this pan! I'm hopeful that I will get another for Christmas.


Forsyth, MO




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The Nordic Ware Natural Aluminum Commercial Baker’s Half Sheet is the best all-purpose baking sheet we’ve found for everything from baking cookies to roasting vegetables. Over the past five years, we’ve spent more than 45 hours testing 15 sheet pans and cookie sheets. After making 24 batches of cookies, six pizzas, and many pounds of oven fries, we found that the Nordic Ware bakes as evenly as sheets twice the price and won’t buckle at high heat like cheaper models.

We chose the Nordic Ware Baker’s Half Sheet as our top baking sheet in our original 2013 review, and after years of heavy use at home and in our test kitchen, we’ve found it still lies flat and bakes cookies to an even golden brown. Some aluminum sheet pans may perform on a par with it, but the Nordic Ware consistently costs the least for a pan of its quality. It’s a durable workhorse of a pan that can handle a wide variety of tasks, from roasting crisp oven fries to cooking a quick sheet pan dinner.

If our main pick sells out, the Artisan Half Size Aluminum Baking Sheet is a decent runner-up. Like the Nordic Ware, it’s made of strong, uncoated 18-gauge aluminum that stands up to high heat. In our tests it browned oven chips a little darker than the Nordic Ware, and it costs more than our main pick, a price bump with which we saw no increase in performance. Better to get the Nordic Ware, if you can.

We prefer the added versatility of a rimmed sheet, but if you like rimless cookie sheets, we recommend the Vollrath Wear-Ever Cookie Sheet. In our testing, this two-handled sheet was easy to rotate in the oven, capable of baking cookies evenly, and simple to clean. Made of 10-gauge aluminum, it’s even thicker than our main pick, which is necessary to keep it from warping without the structural support of rims. It isn’t as versatile as our main pick, because it can’t contain roasting vegetables or the juices from a sheet pan dinner.

Why you should trust us

In addition to editing cookbooks (several sweet and several savory), Christine has also reviewed a wide variety of kitchen equipment for Wirecutter, including pie plates, casserole dishes, and food processors. Marguerite Preston, who worked on the 2018 update to this guide, is Wirecutter’s kitchen editor and a former professional baker. She has written guides to cake pans, bread machines, cookie baking equipment, and more.

Who should get this

If you cook or bake at all, you should own a solid baking sheet. Really, you should own several. A quality rimmed baking sheet doesn’t cost much, and it’s one of the most useful pans you can own. You need one for baking cookies of course, but it’s also great for roasting vegetables, making pizzas, toasting nuts, catching drips from a pie as it bakes, or cooking a quick sheet pan dinner.

Too many kitchen cupboards house a hodgepodge of clunker baking sheets. You know the kind. Warped. Wobbly. Dented.

Too many kitchen cupboards house a hodgepodge of clunker baking sheets. You know the kind. Warped. Wobbly. Dented. So thin they’re apt to char the undersides of cookies before browning the tops. “If you go to a cookie party with home bakers, you’re going to get a lot of cookies that are burned on the bottom and underdone on top,” baker and cookbook author Alice Medrich told us, pointing to the prevalence of low-quality pans. So if your pans are flimsy and bent out of shape, or if you find yourself constantly burning cookies—and you know that your oven temperature is accurate—consider replacing your set with some of our picks.

How we picked

A good baking sheet needs to do just two things: It needs to cook your food evenly, and it needs to withstand the abuse that comes with regular kitchen use. After talking to experts, testing 15 pans, and researching many more over the years, we’ve learned what features are necessary for a pan to be both reliable and durable. Here, in order of importance, are our criteria:

Rimmed vs. rimless
Baking sheets come with or without rims, and each design has its merits. We focused mostly on rimmed sheets because most experts prefer them for their versatility. They’re the way to go if you ever want to do anything besides make cookies and a few other baked goods (like bread and pizza). The rim keeps oils and juices from roasting meat or vegetables contained, and allows you to stir food around without having it slide off onto the bottom of your oven. Rimless sheets are made specifically for baking cookies and can make it easier to slide a batch directly onto a cooling rack. Cook’s Illustrated (subscription required) also found that rimless sheets will bake your cookies a few minutes faster, because they allow for better air circulation. But as long as you pull them out of the oven a little sooner, you won’t notice a difference between cookies baked on a rimless pan and cookies baked on a rimmed one. Both sheets should produce cookies with golden-brown bottoms and lightly browned tops.

Aluminum for even baking
Whether you go rimmed or rimless, look for a bare aluminum pan. Although sheets also come in aluminized steel and even tri-ply construction (an aluminum core sandwiched by stainless steel), bare aluminum conducts heat more efficiently, especially for baking; it heats up quickly and evenly and will cool down quickly once you take it out of the oven. Steel tends to heat unevenly, causing hot pockets on the sheet. Tri-ply sheets are expensive, and may retain heat longer than bare aluminum ones, meaning you risk overbaking cookies after you’ve pulled them out of the oven.

Heavy-gauge and warp-resistant
A pan should be relatively thick so that it’s durable and bakes evenly. “It doesn’t need to be super-heavy,” Alice Medrich told us, “but it needs to be heavy enough so that it doesn’t warp.” A thinner pan will also heat up quickly and may burn the bottoms of cookies.

If looking for specific gauges, note that smaller gauges correspond to thicker metal sheets. Most of the well-reviewed heavy-gauge aluminum sheets we found ranged from 18 gauge on the thin end (about 0.0403 inch thick) to 12 gauge on the thicker end (0.0808 inch thick). Both of our favorite rimmed baking sheets are 18 gauge, which is plenty thick to keep them from warping. Our rimless cookie sheet pick is made of thicker 10-gauge aluminum, which helps it stay flat without the added structural support of rims.

Bare metal beats nonstick coatings
Over the years, we’ve ruled out all nonstick baking sheets because they’re not nearly as durable as bare aluminum. Nonstick finishes can degrade at high temperatures and will inevitably scratch and lose their efficacy over time, so they’re not great for a pan you may want to use regularly for heavy-duty tasks like high-heat roasting. If you do need a nonstick surface for, say, baking cookies, it’s much better to line your pan with a sheet of parchment paper. This method is not only foolproof, but it also makes cleanup nearly effortless and adds a little insulation to the sheets, which helps prevent burnt bottoms.

Also, as Alice Medrich pointed out, “A lot of the nonstick pans are dark, and I find that dark pans get cookies too dark on the bottom before the top of the cookie is done.” It’s better to use light-colored bare aluminum for the same reason it’s better to wear a white T-shirt than a black one on a hot, sunny day: dark colors absorb heat, light colors reflect it. A dark pan retains too much heat and is liable to burn baked goods.

We’ve ruled out all nonstick baking sheets because they’re not nearly as durable as bare aluminum.

Standard sizes are most useful
Although you’ll find plenty of rimmed “jelly roll” baking sheets at grocery and kitchen-supply stores, they’re often thin and wobbly. The best rimmed baking sheets are the aluminum half-sheet pans used in commercial kitchens and adopted by many home bakers and cooks. These pans generally measure 13 by 18 inches (half of a 26-by-18-inch full sheet pan), and we’ve tried to stick to this size in our testing. Many rectangular cooling racks are also designed to fit snugly in a half-sheet pan, which is a great setup for roasting meat or glazing a bundt cake.

Simple is better
The best pans we’ve tested have all been simple, bare aluminum baking sheets, which rarely cost more than $20 (and usually less). A basic, inexpensive pan is your best option because it’s the most versatile—it can handle roasting potatoes just as well as baking delicate lace cookies—and because the less it costs, the more pans you can buy.

Some baking sheets come with special features meant to promote even baking, but these often cost more and don’t make a huge difference for most tasks. For example, insulated cookie sheets, which consist of two thin sheets of metal sandwiching an air pocket, will bake cookies much more slowly and will prevent them from burning. These pans can be good for baking delicate cookies such as meringue and tuiles, but for anything else they’re unnecessary. Plus, both of our experts say you can just as easily bake delicate cookies on a regular sheet pan (particularly with a sheet of parchment paper).

Other pans have perforated or slightly ridged surfaces to promote even browning. The ridges are supposed to help hot air circulate, and also keep things from sticking. Though the slight ridges on our favorite cake pans do seem to offer those benefits, it’s important to note that the cake pans also have a nonstick coating. Without that coating, things like oven fries do inevitably stick to a baking sheet in spots (the same is true of all bare aluminum pans), and it’s a pain to scrub residue out of the ridges.

How we tested

Four different sheet pans with baked sugar cookies on them.

Over the years, we’ve run numerous tests on our baking sheets. For the most part, each test helped us evaluate one of two things: how durable a pan is, and how evenly it bakes. To test the latter, we always bake cookies, because they require some precision and are quick to show hot spots.

For every test, we’ve baked honey florentines to see how evenly the pans would bake delicate cookies that can burn easily. In 2013, we also baked sturdy slice-and-bake cookies and monitored for even browning on the tops and bottoms. In 2015, we tried roll-out sugar cookies, but they browned unevenly because we rolled them to uneven thicknesses, so we scrapped that test for our 2018 update. Instead we made sugar drop cookies, which we shaped precisely using a portion scoop. For each test, we baked one sheet pan at a time and placed it on the middle oven rack. We always lined the pan with parchment paper, and rotated it 180 degrees halfway through baking.

Because pans can warp at high temperatures, we tested their sturdiness by roasting things at high heat. In 2013 we baked pissaladière on whole wheat dough at 450 degrees Fahrenheit for 30 minutes, as well as sweet potato fries at 425 °F for 35 minutes. In 2015 we baked oven potato chips at 500 °F. And in 2018 we made oven fries, roasting potatoes at 425 °F for about 40 minutes. Afterward, we checked to see if the pan still lay flat on the counter or if it wobbled. We also noted how easy it was to wash off oil and stuck-on potato bits by hand. Most manufacturers advise against putting bare aluminum pans in the dishwasher because doing so can tarnish the metal, so it’s important that they clean up relatively easily. That said, we put our sheet pans in the dishwasher in the Wirecutter test kitchen, and although it has discolored them, it hasn’t affected their performance.

Our pick: Nordic Ware Natural Aluminum Commercial Baker’s Half Sheet

Homecut fries baked in a sheet ban, sitting on top of another sheet pan.

The 18-gauge Nordic Ware Natural Aluminum Commercial Baker’s Half Sheet performed as well as or better than every other baking sheet we tested. It baked cookies more evenly than sheets twice the price and didn’t warp at high heat (an issue with cheaper pans and even a few pricier ones). Although you might find a comparable pan at a kitchen-supply store, the Nordic Ware is the best option that’s readily available online. It also happens to be one of the most consistently inexpensive aluminum pans we’ve found in our years of research.

In every test, the Nordic Ware sheet baked evenly, with no noticeable hot spots or cool spots. In our 2013 testing, it uniformly browned the bottoms of our slice-and-bake cookies while also evenly browning the tops. Delicate honey florentines caramelized nicely on the Nordic Ware without becoming too dark. The bottom of the pizza crust for our pissaladière also baked evenly with no noticeable dark or light spots. Several other sheets we tried, such as the Chicago Metalworks model and the Vollrath Wear-Ever Standard Duty Half-Size Sheet Pan, browned the bottom of our cookies slightly unevenly.

Six sugar cookies baked perfectly in a nordic ware sheet pan.

The Nordic Ware sheet also didn’t warp at high temperatures. During our high-heat tests—at 425 °F, 450 °F, and 500 °F—the pan didn’t buckle or bend. And even after several years of use, all the Nordic Ware pans in our test kitchen still lie flat. In comparison, several other pans we’ve tested, including both the most expensive one (Vollrath 13-gauge) and the least expensive one (Bakers and Chefs 18-gauge) warped slightly after just one round of roasting at 450 °F.

The Nordic Ware sheet pan also comes in ¼ and ⅛ sheet sizes. We love these and think they’re useful to have in addition to the ½ sheet size. They’re good for little things like toasting nuts or baking a few pieces of fish, and they’re easier to wrap up and fit in your fridge. The ⅛ sheet fits in all of our toaster oven picks, and the ¼ sheet also fits in the Cuisinart toaster oven and the Breville Smart Oven (our large toaster oven pick and our runner-up, respectively). This is handy because they’re of better quality than the pans that typically come with toaster ovens.

Flaws but not dealbreakers

Of course, the Nordic Ware sheet pan isn’t perfect. I found that a regular nylon scrub pad slightly scratched the surface of the aluminum. The metal is also soft enough that utensils could scratch the surface a bit, but that’s the case with all of the pans we tested. In all, the scratches are minor and purely cosmetic, so we don’t think they’re a dealbreaker.

A close up of the minor scratches on the surface of the nordic ware sheet pan.

And as with all bare aluminum sheet pans, oils and fats bake onto the aluminum, and they can be annoying to get off. We have a few tricks for preventing and removing such stains below under Care and maintenance. Also remember that if you throw the Nordic Ware pan in the dishwasher, it will turn dull and tarnished. That won’t affect its performance, but if you want to keep the pan gleaming you should wash it by hand or line it with foil before roasting vegetables. And you should line it with parchment before making cookies. (Don’t grease a cookie sheet—your cookies will spread too much and may burn on the bottom.)

While Nordic Ware pans used to have a completely smooth surface, they now include a slightly raised logo on one end. We’ve tested pans both with and without the logo, and found they performed the same—the logo isn’t large enough to make for uneven baking, or to leave an noticeable impression in cookies. But it can be a little trickier to clean between the raised letters, which may lead to a buildup of baked-on oils around the logo. Since it’s just a small patch, we don’t think it’s a dealbreaker, especially given that Nordic Ware’s pans are consistently the most affordable and high-quality baking sheets we’ve found. If the logo does bother you, our runner-up, the Artisan, has a completely smooth baking surface.

Long-term test notes

After years of heavy use both at home and in Wirecutter’s test kitchen, all our Nordic Ware Baker’s Half Sheet pans still perform really well. We’ve roasted vegetables at 500 °F without the pans warping and used a pan to support casseroles and pies. We’ve noticed some discoloration from baked-on fats, but the pans still function just as well as the first time we used them.

Runner-up: Artisan Half Size Aluminum Baking Sheet

Thin cookies baked on Artisan Half Size Aluminum Baking Sheet with a bowl of cookies in the background.

If our main pick is unavailable, the Artisan Half Size Aluminum Baking Sheet is a great alternative. It was one of several aluminum sheet pans we tested that baked about on a par with the Nordic Ware, and of those, it tends to be the closest in price to our top pick. Like the Nordic Ware, it baked cookies evenly to a nice golden brown, and never warped in our battery of high-heat tests. We did, however, hear some crackling sounds when this pan was hot and sitting outside of the oven, suggesting that it moves slightly as it adjusts to the temperature change.

Five well baked sugar cookies in an Artisan Half Size Aluminum Baking Sheet.

As it turns out, Vollrath (another top maker of sheet pans) owns Artisan. However, a Vollrath representative told us that Artisan pans are made in a different factory than Vollrath pans. We’ve tested both, and confirmed that they’re not identical. Artisan pans are made of a sturdy 18-gauge aluminum, the same thickness as our top pick. The Vollrath rimmed baking sheet we tested (not to be confused with the Vollrath cookie sheet we recommend below) is 13-gauge, but despite being thicker, still warped at a relatively low 375 °F. Plus, it costs nearly $10 more than the Artisan.

Great for cookies: Vollrath Wear-Ever Cookie Sheet

Twelve chocolate cookies baked on a Vollrath Wear-Ever Cookie Sheet.

The Vollrath Wear-Ever Cookie Sheet isn’t as versatile as a rimmed baking sheet, but it’s great specifically for baking cookies. This heavy-gauge sheet bakes gently and evenly, and has two open sides that allow you to slide cookies right onto a cooling rack. Raised handles on the short ends make it easy to rotate in the oven. It also has a small hole on one end if you want to hang it on a pegboard or on a hook inside a cupboard. Like other Vollrath Wear-Ever bakeware pieces, this sheet comes with a limited lifetime warranty that doesn’t cover “misuse”—so no overheating. Warping, however, probably won’t be a problem with this sheet, because cookies generally require baking at 375 °F or below.

Rimless cookie sheets in general are more awkward to maneuver than rimmed sheet pans. When pulling sheets like the Vollrath from the oven, you have to be careful that the parchment paper doesn’t slide right off onto the oven rack. However, of the three rimless sheets we tested, the Vollrath was the easiest to use because its two handled ends were better at preventing parchment from sliding than the single handle on each of the other rimless pans.

Cook’s Illustrated (subscription required) chose this sheet as its top pick, and the Vollrath also gets high marks on Amazon. We still think the Nordic Ware half sheet represents a better overall value, but if you don’t mind storing a single-purpose pan and don’t want rims, the Vollrath works well.

Care and maintenance

The best way to clean aluminum sheet pans is to hand-wash them with a nylon pad or some other soft, abrasive scrub pad. We’ve run our aluminum sheets through the dishwasher without any effect on their performance, but the detergent and heat do tend to discolor the metal.

Baking on a layer of parchment will keep your pans spotless and create a nonstick surface (as well as a small amount of insulation) for your cookies. Parchment paper that’s 12 inches wide should fit directly into a sheet pan. (You’ll need to fold or cut wider paper a bit at the edges.)

The competition

The Focus Foodservice Commercial Bakeware 18 Gauge Aluminum Half Sheet Pan is mostly well-reviewed on Amazon, and in our tests it performed on a par with the Nordic Ware pan. It tends to be a little more expensive than our picks, however, and we also noticed that most of the negative reviews on Amazon complained of pans arriving dented. But this would be another good option if our main pick and runner-up are both unavailable or overpriced.

A close up of the residual baked potato on the nordic ware sheet pan.

In 2018 we tested the Nordic Ware Prism Half Sheet to see how its ridged surface compared with the smooth aluminum bottom of our top pick Nordic Ware pan. It browned sugar cookies slightly less than pans with a smooth surface (a plus if you’re baking delicate cookies), but it was difficult to scrub stuck-on potato from between the ridges. Ultimately we don’t think it’s worth paying almost twice as much as our top pick for the Prism.

The USA Pan Aluminized Steel Cookie Sheet and USA Pan Aluminized Steel Jellyroll Pan are more similar to the cake pans we love: They have the same corrugated bottom to promote even browning. Unfortunately, they both also have a nonstick coating, which is fine for cake pans but not great for baking sheets (which need to withstand higher temperatures and more frequent abuse from spatulas). We tested the cookie sheet anyway, which might have been good just for cookies, but found that it baked a bit faster than the Vollrath or Wilton cookie sheets. It also has only one handle, making it awkward to rotate in the oven.

We featured the Members Mark Half Size Aluminum Sheet Pan from Sam’s Club as our runner-up in our 2013 guide. In our tests, it baked cookies (and everything else) as well as the Nordic Ware, and you get two for the price of one of our main pick. The pan did buckle in high heat, which isn’t a big deal if you use it only for making cookies. But because this pan is available exclusively at Sam’s Club stores, it isn’t the easiest to find. If you do happen to be in a store, we recommend snagging a set.

The Vollrath Wear-Ever Heavy-Duty Half-Size Sheet Pan (13-gauge, model 5314) used to be Cook’s Illustrated’s (subscription required) top choice for sheet pans and is currently a runner-up. Surprisingly, this pan warped slightly while baking our honey florentines, when the oven was set at only 375 °F. It warped even worse during our sweet potato test at 425 °F.

We tested the 12-gauge, very thick Half Sheet Pan by Island Ware for our 2015 update. It baked cookies very nicely and didn’t over-brown roasted potato chips. But it didn’t perform any better than the much less expensive Nordic Ware, and since then appears to have been discontinued.

Silverstone’s Hybrid Ceramic Nonstick Bakeware Cookie Pan browned cookies relatively evenly in our tests, but the pan feels a little flimsy. We could wiggle it a lot more than a sheet pan, and we worried that it might buckle over time. We were also not clear on if the bright (albeit attractive) turquoise finish (it also comes in red) would chip over the long term. It was a hair wider than the tested sheet pans, too, and barely fit in our oven.

Circulon’s carbon steel Bakeware 11″ x 17″ Cookie Pan baked cookies evenly in our 2015 tests, but our baked potato chips wound up over-browned or burned in spots. It’s a sturdy-feeling pan, but it has a nonstick surface that will wear off over time.

The Wilton Jumbo Aluminum Cookie Sheet baked cookies nicely in our tests, but we found that with just one handle, it was difficult to rotate in the oven. As its name suggests, this sheet is big—it’s 14 by 20 inches—and it was the only one we tested that didn’t fit into a compact oven (which measures only 18½ inches deep and about 14 inches wide).

At around $100, All-Clad’s Cookie Sheet is much too expensive for us to consider for this review. It also has a rim on only one side, making it hard to maneuver in the oven and less versatile than a rimmed baking sheet.


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Marguerite Preston

Marguerite Preston is a senior editor covering kitchen gear and appliances at Wirecutter, and has written guides to baking equipment, meal kit delivery services, and more. She previously worked as an editor for Eater New York and as a freelance food writer. Before that, she learned her way around professional kitchens as a pastry cook in New York.

Christine Cyr Clisset

Christine Cyr Clisset is a deputy editor overseeing home coverage for Wirecutter. She previously edited cookbooks and craft books for Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, and she started reviewing kitchen gear back in 2013. She sews many of her own clothes, which has made her obsessive about high-quality fabrics—whether in a dress or bedsheets.

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