Mrs. Anderson's Baking is one of the most popular cookware brands in the U.S. for a reason. Its products are made to exacting standards with the highest quality in mind.
Mrs. Anderson's Company Mission
Georgette Anderson started her company as a home baker herself, so she knows what you need to succeed with every recipe in the kitchen. However, Mrs. Anderson's Baking also makes its products of a high enough quality that some of the world's best professional bakers use them in their shops and kitchens.
With that in mind, you get the best of both worlds: Bakeware that's easy for a novice to use successfully, but of a high enough quality that professionals still rely on it.
Benefits of Mrs. Anderson's
Mrs. Anderson's Baking products include natural materials to ensure a high standard of quality and peace of mind. These are just a few of the benefits you get from using them:
- Made from natural glass fibers and silicone approved by the FDA
- Durable - can be stored at temperatures ranging from minus-40 to 480 degrees Fahrenheit
- Natural non-stick surface
- Easy to clean, with no cross-contamination from one use to the next
Top Mrs. Anderson's Product
Mrs. Anderson's makes a number of fine baking products, including:
Mrs. Anderson Baking Silicone Oven Mat
This high-quality, non-stick baking mat is large enough for just about any recipe. Measuring 11.625 by 16.5 inches, that's nearly 200 square-inches of surface space where you can put your cookies and other baked goods.
And because this baking sheet can be stored in your freezer after being used in the oven, you know it's durable and built to last.
Baking Recipes, Tips, and Advice
If you make the (wise) investment in a Mrs. Anderson's Baking product, it can start you on a path of really loving the entire process of baking things from scratch. Here are some suggestions to help you on your way:
Make Your Own Girl Scout Cookies at Home
Everyone loves Girl Scout cookies, but they're only available at certain times of year, and you never know where they're going to be sold. So why wait? Use these great recipes to make some of the favorites on your own.
Cookies for Breakfast? Here's How
Cookies are often viewed as a sweet treat that has to be a guilty pleasure, but that's not necessarily the case. You can use all-natural ingredients to make this healthy, savory, breakfast-style spin on cookies - loaded with superfoods and fuel for the rest of the day.
Cooking Bacon in the Oven
And while you're baking at breakfast, did you know it's often wiser - and healthier - to bake bacon than to fry it in a pan? It's also less labor intensive, meaning there's no standing over a stove waiting for the bacon to crisp: Just pop it in the oven and go about your other breakfast business.
Baking Chicken, Made Simple
If you want to try baking for dinner, too, this collection of recipes for healthy chicken dishes will serve you well. With 13 tastes to try, you'll find plenty of inspiration to make use of your new baking sheet.
Baking with Avocado… Instead of Butter?
It may sound crazy, but some people believe that a healthier way to bake is to cut out the butter and use avocado instead. To test that theory, we at Thrive tried it out in our office, and you might be surprised to learn what we discovered.