Okay, so I'd like for a portion of my blog to be dedicated to product testing, not in a lab somewhere wearing a white coat and goggles and following some sort of scientific order, but right here in my own house in my own kitchen/laundry room/bathroom etc....For example, what product exists that will remove the Crayola chalk stains from my son's Tae Kwon Do uniform? Haven't found one yet! How about chocolate milk? My kids are currently on chocolate milk restriction right now...for SEVERAL weeks in a row, EVERY time my kids drank chocolate milk it spilled. Ruined; MANY adorable outfits ruined! Hopefully I'll find something for stains soon, but this post is about wax paper and Christmas desserts, or would-be Christmas desserts.
I have some recipes that call for having a pan lined with parchment paper to ensure easy removal from the pan after baking. However, running low on cash for my holiday bash and running out of both parchment paper and wax paper I stand in the aisle of the grocery store comparing labels, wax paper in one hand and parchment in the other.
Here's my peppermint cream brownie...that WILL NOT come out of the wax paper lined pan.
Here's how it came out...with wax paper melted into it...just lovely.
Next time you have baking projects, your safe bet is definitely parchment paper!