Collection: SHEET PANS

Our sheet pans are versatile kitchen essentials that deliver consistent and reliable results for roasting vegetables, baking cookies, and cooking meats.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What are sheet pans and what are they used for in commercial baking?

    • Sheet pans are flat, rectangular metal pans that are primarily used for baking products such as cookies, sheet cakes, breads, and pastries. They are also ideal for roasting vegetables or meat and can serve as a catch-tray underneath other pans.
  • What are the different sizes of sheet pans?

    • The most common sizes of sheet pans include full-size (18" x 26"), two-thirds size (16" x 22"), half-size (18" x 13"), and quarter-size (9" x 13"). Please refer to each product description for specific dimensions as exact sizes may vary.
  • Are sheet pans dishwasher safe?

    • The dishwasher safety of sheet pans varies based on the material and finish of the pan. Some sheet pans are dishwasher safe, while others require hand washing to maintain their quality and lifespan. Always refer to the manufacturer's instructions for proper care.
  • What materials are sheet pans typically made from?

    • Sheet pans are commonly made from materials such as aluminum, aluminized steel, stainless steel, and non-stick coated metals. The choice of material can influence the pan's heat conductivity, durability, and reaction with certain foods.
  • What is the difference between perforated and non-perforated sheet pans?

    • Perforated sheet pans have small holes in them to allow air to circulate around the food, making them ideal for items that need to be crispy or thoroughly cooked. Non-perforated sheet pans lack these holes and are versatile for a wider range of baking tasks.
  • Can all sheet pans be used for all types of ovens?

    • While most sheet pans are designed to withstand the high temperatures of commercial baking ovens, it's essential to check each product's specific heat tolerance. Some sheet pans may not be suitable for certain types of ovens like convection or conveyor ovens.
  • How can I prevent my sheet pans from warping?

    • Warping can occur when sheet pans are exposed to sudden changes in temperature. To avoid this, let your sheet pans cool down naturally before washing them in cool water. Also, investing in heavy-duty, high-quality sheet pans can minimize the risk of warping.
  • Does Baker's Authority offer bulk pricing on sheet pans?

    • Yes, Baker's Authority offers competitive pricing for bulk orders on sheet pans. For specific bulk order pricing, please contact our customer service team.