Use parchment paper on any pan. It will prevent the cookies from sticking. Oven tray is fine, make sure you have parchment paper or else, the cookies will stick on the tray. a pizza pan would work you need something flat and solid not the tray or aluminum foil.
You CAN bake cookies on aluminum foil, but you should be aware that they will cook faster and the bottoms will brown more and get crispy. I would suggest using a slightly lower temperature and briefer baking time.
Can I use tin foil instead of baking paper?
Yes, if you run out of parchment paper, aluminum foil can come in very handy! It is, as the name suggests, a thin layer of aluminum and it is a great alternative because it is affordable, flexible, as well as dependable. It also performs much better heat transfer when used for cooking, baking, roasting, and grilling.
Use Aluminum Foil as Substitute
While this foil is a ready-to-use kitchen item, did you know that this can be an excellent substitute to parchment paper when baking cookies? Yes, you read it right! This can be used to line your baking pans ready for baking. As you use this foil, greasing the pan up is no longer needed.
What can I use if I don’t have a baking pan?
You may use a drip tray or cookie sheet to provide enough structure at the bottom of the pan. If you are making cookies and dough-based products, it is unnecessary to patch the corners of your aluminum foil pan. Aluminum foil can also be used to resize your large pan into the right pan for your recipe.
Can I use oil instead of parchment paper?
Greased baking sheet or pan
Another substitute for parchment paper? Simply oil your baking sheet or pan! Typically parchment paper is used for easy cleanup: especially for roasted vegetables. It might not be necessary if you spread on oil or butter in a thin layer.
How can I bake without parchment paper?
You can either apply some oil, butter, or cooking spray. All you need to do is grab a paper towel (you can also use a pastry brush or your fingers), apply a thin amount of either ingredient, and then apply it evenly onto the baking surface, including corners.