Favorite Non-Toxic Bakeware
My favorite non-toxic bakeware items I use in the kitchen. Avoid toxins and chemicals leaching out into your food from unhealthy non-stick coatings and instead use safer, toxic free aluminum, stainless steel, glass and silicone baking dishes.
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Along with eating clean ingredients, I also like baking on clean and toxic free baking dishes. The chemicals in teflon non-stick bakeware are extremely bad for you.
Choose the safer, healthier route and bake on aluminum, stainless steel, silicone and glass.
I use these non-toxic stainless steel baking sheets to roast vegetables and also to bake cookies. They come with a non-toxic stainless steel cooling rack/baking sheet that is great for kale chips and roasting meat!
I’ve been using these non-toxic silicone silpats to line my baking sheets and prevent sticking. I used to use parchment paper, but since it isn’t recyclable I’m trying to avoid them to cut back on my landfill contribution.
When I’m roasting smaller batches of vegetables and making a small batch of cookies, I like using these quarter sheets.
A glass loaf pan is such an easy swap for nonstick. I use this to make meatloaf, and also baked breads.
I love using silicone muffin pans even more since they’re flexible and you can easily remove the muffins. No need for muffin liners! Just be sure to put them on a rimmed baking sheet before filling and baking. They are super flexible and your batter will pour out with a sturdy bottom.
Perfect for casseroles or sheet pan cakes!
Use for smaller casseroles or brownies or square cakes!
I love these for baking cakes. The silicone is non-toxic. The top has a reinforced stainless steel ring to keep the pan sturdy.
These are perfect for your springform pan needs! A glass bottom, and a silicon ring.
My very favorite mixing bowls. They stack inside each other for easy storage.
11. Glass Pie Dish
Glass if 100% safe for baking, perfect for pies!
I love these for small batch desserts, or my lava cakes!
This is great for casseroles or for my frozen berry crumble.
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