Cookie Sheets a DEAL! (Plus, It’s A Great Excuse To Eat Cookies!)

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I love cookies.

I first discovered cookies as a little tiny TV anchor growing up in Danville, Alabama.  Ever since then, I haven’t been able to get enough of cookies. I love oatmeal, sugar, chocolate chip, lemon, pecan, and all kinds that you can dream up.

I was doing my Deal or Dud shopping run when I came across some Wilton 3-in-1 cookies sheets. The Wiltons cost $9.99.  Being the enterprising reporter I am, I determined quickly that if I could do a Deal or Dud on cookie sheets, I could then in turn, eat cookies.

Is this a great country or what?

But when I got to the cashier, she told there was a “Mercedes of Cookie Sheets” from a company called Chicago Metallic.  It cost $16.99 and was a heavier and sturdier cookie sheet.

The Wiltons did fine.  But we turned the sheet loaded with cookies up on its side and the cookies stayed on the pan.    We got a spatula and removed the cookies easily.   And there was no cookie residue left on the cookie sheet.  The Wiltons were $9.99 for a small, medium, and large pan.

I was skeptical of how a cookie sheet could be a “great cookie sheet.”  But the Chicago Metallic was awesome.   We put a bunch of cookies on the sheet; put them in for 14 minutes at 350.

This was the cool part.  It’s a non-stick pan the packaging claims.  About 60 seconds out of the oven, we turned the cookie sheet up on its side and the cookies actually started to slide down the pan. It was actually pretty cool!  I loved it.

The Wilton 3-in-1 cookie sheets are a DEAL!  The Chicago Metallic cookie sheet was a great DEAL! We loved it!